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Find AA meetings in Grand Rapids, Minnesota to help you on your road to recovery. Our comprehensive directory of AA meetings in Minnesota includes open, closed, speaker, and other specialized meetings, all of which are designed to help you get sober and remain sober.

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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
7:30 PM Friday Nite As Bill Sees It Group Friday Nite As Bill Sees It Group #169212 1701 SE 5th Ave Grand Rapids English   Open Meeting
10:00 AM Monday Morning A.A. Group Monday Morning A.A. Group #611186 3725 1st Ave Hibbing English   Open Meeting
7:00 PM Nashwauk Friday Night Group Nashwauk Friday Night Group 304 3rd St Nashwauk Closed Meeting   English
7:30 PM Longville Group Longville Group #118696 5043 MN-84 Longville Closed Meeting   English
8:00 PM Friday Night Group Friday Night Group #128161 3725 1st Ave Hibbing Big Book   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access

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Grand Rapids, Minnesota AA Meetings

Named for the Mississippi River rapids nearby, Grand Rapids is a city in Itasca County, Minnesota. Like many other cities in the state and across America, Grand Rapids has Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings available to help residents with alcohol addiction. AA is the oldest organization established to help individuals find sobriety from alcohol and the creator of the 12-step method. The 12 Steps of AA are a program that you may choose to use to process your alcohol addiction, heal your relationships, and look to the future. AA is not affiliated with any other organization, including any religious entity, so while the 12 Steps refer to connecting with a higher power, this higher power can be any deity, idea, or force that makes you feel motivated, loved, and hopeful. While the steps are generally designed to be sequential, they are also designed to be worked in a continuous and ongoing manner throughout recovery. If you attend step meetings, you may have the opportunity to work with a senior AA member as a peer mentor known as a sponsor. Step AA meetings in Grand Rapids are one of the most known types of AA meetings, but you can attend any meeting type that makes you feel supported, including process-style, discussion, and speaker meetings. AA Minnesota meetings in and near Grand Rapids are listed in the directory.

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