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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
6:00 AM AA Underground AA Underground 3233 Farm Rd 123 Springfield Closed Meeting   English
6:00 AM AA Underground Pasta Express Republic Road 3025 W Republic Rd Springfield English
6:30 AM SOS Group SOS Group 1850 E Division St Springfield Closed Meeting   English
8:00 AM The Three Legacies Group The Three Legacies Group 1950 S Glenstone Ave Springfield Closed Meeting   Discussion   English
10:00 AM Trusted Servants Woodland Heights Presbyterian Church 722 W Atlantic St Springfield Discussion   English   Open Meeting
12:00 PM Downtown Group Springfield Downtown Group Springfield 2005 East Kearney Street Springfield Open Meeting   Wheelchair Access   Wheelchair-Accessible Bathroom
12:00 PM T.G.I.F. T.G.I.F. 1722 S Glenstone Ave Springfield English   Open Meeting
12:00 PM T G I F 1614 South Glenstone Avenue T G I F 1614 South Glenstone Avenue 1614 South Glenstone Avenue Springfield Bathroom Available   Open Meeting   Wheelchair Access
12:00 PM SOS Group SOS Group 1850 E Division St Springfield Closed Meeting   English
12:00 PM Stepping Stones Stepping Stones 2005 E Kearney St # O Springfield English   Open Meeting
12:00 PM The Three Legacies Group The Three Legacies Group 1950 S Glenstone Ave Springfield Closed Meeting   Discussion   English
12:00 PM TGIF Group Lamplighter Inn & Suites 1772 Glenstone Avenue Springfield English
12:00 PM Kickstand Group - Central Office Kickstand Group - Central Office Online Springfield, MO 65804 Springfield Big Book   Closed Meeting   English
12:00 PM Stepping Stones Stepping Stones Recovery & Activity Center 2005 E Kearney St Suite K Springfield Discussion   English   Open Meeting
12:00 PM Kickstand Meeting Central Office Online 1722 S Glenstone Ave w202 Springfield Big Book   English   Temporary Closure
4:00 PM HOW Group Schweitzer Church 2747 E Sunshine St Springfield English
4:00 PM The Three Legacies Group The Three Legacies Group 1950 S Glenstone Ave Springfield Closed Meeting   English
4:00 PM HOW Group HOW Group 1721 S Meadowview Ave Springfield English
10:00 AM Shepherd Of The Hills Shepherd Of The Hills 180 Claremont Dr Branson Big Book   Child-Friendly   English +   Open Meeting
12:00 PM No Missed Steps Group No Missed Steps Group 226 Church St Marshfield English   Open Meeting   Wheelchair Access

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Springfield, Missouri AA Meetings

Several of Springfield’s residents are dealing with alcohol dependency. There are lots of debilitating consequences for drinking compulsively and excessively, from physical, psychological, and financial troubles to even death. Usually, if an individual with a dependence on alcohol tries to quit drinking suddenly, they are going to suffer from several negative ramifications including withdrawal symptoms and possibly depression. In order to curb these effects, remedies such as detox and medicines are used. For rehabilitation, peer support treatments such as Alcoholics Anonymous are utilized. The group support therapy has proven to be extremely effective. Its vast success has led it to become very popular across the world. So popular is Alcoholics Anonymous that it dominates alcohol addiction treatment within the United States. Its famous 12 Steps method has played a major role in helping many people attain long-term sobriety. The 12 Steps promotes accountability and responsibility to Alcoholics Anonymous or AA members. It also encourages them to strive to attain a spiritual transformation through prayer and meditation. However, Alcoholics Anonymous is not a religious organization, nor is it partisan, political, or discriminatory. The locations of AA meetings Springfield MO can be found on AlcoholicsAnonymous.com. The site also lists AA meetings Missouri from other areas in the state.

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