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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
10:00 AM Squad 5 Ham Lake Squad 5 13536 MN-65 Ham Lake Open Meeting   Wheelchair Access
10:00 AM Monday 10 A.M. A.A. Group Monday 10 A.M. A.A. Group #167098 1315 N 3rd St Princeton Closed Meeting   Discussion   English +   Literature
10:00 AM Forest Lake AA Groups Forest Lake Alano 156 NW 3rd St Forest Lake Closed Meeting   English   Step Meeting
5:30 PM Squad 22 Blaine Alano 13536 MN-65 Ham Lake Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Women's Meeting
5:30 PM Andover Alano Squad 11 Women's Meeting Andover Alano (Old St Patrick's Church) 3556 181st Ave NW Andover Closed Meeting   Discussion   English +   Women's Meeting
6:00 PM Women in Spirit Hosanna Lutheran Church 9300 Scandia Trail N Forest Lake Big Book   Closed Meeting   English +   Women's Meeting
6:00 PM Squad 40 Blaine Alano 13536 MN-65 Ham Lake English   Open Meeting
6:00 PM Grace Monday Night Recovery Grace Counseling Services 21471 Ulysses St NE Bethel Discussion   English   Open Meeting
6:00 PM Courage to Change Burnett Medical Center 257 W St George Ave Grantsburg Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
6:30 PM Into Action II Glen Cary Lutheran Church 15531 Central Ave NE Ham Lake Closed Meeting   English   Step Meeting
6:30 PM Women's 12X12 At Central Central Lutheran Church Door #1 1103 School St NW Elk River Closed Meeting   English   Step Meeting +   Women's Meeting
6:30 PM Andover Alano Men's AA Andover Alano (Old St Patrick's Church) 3556 181st Ave NW Andover Closed Meeting   English   Men's Meeting +   Step Meeting
6:30 PM Squad 4 Anoka Today Alano 2700 N Ferry St Anoka Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Women's Meeting
7:00 PM Princeton Group Princeton Alano Bldg 1315 N 3rd St Princeton Big Book   English
7:00 PM Sunnyside AA Sunnyside Free Lutheran Church 22745 Typo Creek Dr NE Stacy Closed Meeting   English   Step Meeting
7:00 PM Osceola AA United Methodist Church 306 River St Osceola Closed Meeting   Discussion   English
7:00 PM Bad Mom's Blaine Alano 13536 MN-65 Ham Lake Child-Friendly   Discussion   English +   Open Meeting   Women's Meeting
7:00 PM Scandia Monday Night Elim Lutheran Church 20971 Olinda Trail N Scandia Big Book   Closed Meeting   English +   Wheelchair Access
7:00 PM Primary Purpose Group North Branch United Methodist Church 6500 Main St North Branch Big Book   Closed Meeting   English +   Step Meeting   Wheelchair Access
7:00 PM The Daily Reprieve Big Book Study Group Access Church 4359 392nd St North Branch Big Book   English

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Rush City, Minnesota AA Meetings

Rush City is in Chisago County, Minnesota. The town is approximately 30 minutes from Hazelden-Betty Ford Treatment Center in Northern Minnesota. If you live in the local area and suspect you have an alcohol addiction, you may be interested in our online registry of AA meetings in Rush City. Many people who suspect that they have problematic drinking decide to learn about the Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) 12-Step program of recovery. No one can tell a person that they are an alcoholic; instead, it’s up to each individual to decide for themselves whether or not drinking alcohol is problematic. A qualified mental health care provider often diagnoses various types of substance use disorders. Still, in the end, it’s up to each person to take a personal inventory of drinking history and decide for themselves whether their alcohol use is problematic. Attending AA Minnesota meetings—such as those in Rush City—is not dependent on formal alcohol substance use diagnosis. Instead, many people get involved with the program as a means of self-discovery. If you suspect that you may have a drinking problem and are considering trying an AA meeting, you can find local and national AA meetings on our online meeting registry; our digital database is updated on an ongoing basis.

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