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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
7:00 AM Sober at Seven D24 Online Philadelphia, PA Philadelphia English   Open Meeting
6:00 AM Sunrisers D51 / GSO #634439 Online 330 S Bellevue Ave Langhorne Big Book   Closed Meeting   English +   Wheelchair Access
6:00 AM Morning Wake Up D24 Online 14 E Mill Rd Flourtown Daily Reflections   English   Wheelchair Access
6:00 AM First Call D51 / GSO #706417 8744 New Falls Rd Levittown English   Grapevine   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
6:00 AM The Next Step Plymouth Meeting Friends Meeting House 2150 Butler Pike Plymouth Meeting Big Book   English   Open Meeting
6:00 AM Freedom Through the Steps D23 / GSO #665432 Online 301 N Main St Doylestown Closed Meeting   English   Literature +   Wheelchair Access
6:00 AM Jump Start Your Day D38 Online Philadelphia, PA Plymouth Meeting Big Book   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
6:30 AM 562 Daily Porch Meeting D31 / GSO #161837 746 Panmure Rd Haverford English   Open Meeting
6:30 AM We Shall Know Peace We Shall Know Peace 61 E Rte 70 Evesham Township Daily Reflections   Discussion   Literature +   Open Meeting
6:30 AM Wake Up D30 / GSO #600690 Online 225 Lancaster Ave Malvern Big Book   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
6:30 AM WK Big Book St David's Episcopal Church 763 Valley Forge Rd Wayne Big Book   English   Open Meeting
6:45 AM Global Sunrise - Online for the Hearing Impaired Wilmington, DE Online Trolley Square Wilmington English   Open Meeting
7:00 AM Sunrise to Serenity D24 / GSO #177720 276 N Keswick Ave Glenside Discussion   English   Open Meeting
7:00 AM Chester-Woodlyn D54 / GSO #112235 1937 W MacDade Blvd Woodlyn Closed Meeting   Discussion   English
7:00 AM Simple at Seven D24 / GSO #705806 Online 14 E Mill Rd Flourtown Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
7:00 AM Eye Openers D24 610 Church Rd Flourtown Discussion   English   Open Meeting
7:00 AM Dawn Patrol dawn patrol 292 W Main St Newark Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Step Meeting   Wheelchair Access
7:00 AM Hair of the Dog D44 / GSO #645736 501 E Miner St West Chester Closed Meeting   Discussion   English +   Wheelchair Access
7:00 AM 562 Group D31 / GSO #161837 Online 562 W Lancaster Ave Haverford English   Literature   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
7:00 AM Sobriety D23 / GSO #111817 979 W County Line Rd Hatboro Big Book   Closed Meeting   English +   Wheelchair Access

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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania AA Meetings

Philadelphia, or popularly known as Philly, is the largest city in the state of Pennsylvania. Being among the largest cities in the country means that there are many residents who are struggling with alcohol addiction in the city and the surrounding areas. Alcohol use disorder is very common in Pennsylvania including Philadelphia. AA meetings Philadelphia work with the goal of enabling its members to achieve long-lasting sobriety and remain sober for as long as possible. Of course, there are many reasons for people to be led down the path of alcohol addiction and some of them include genetic factors, family history, and starting to drink very early in life. Whatever the cause may be, AA meetings are there to provide much-needed support that members deserve during their treatment. Achieving sobriety may be a very exhausting and difficult process and that is why joining AA meetings is the right thing to do if you don’t want to go through this all by yourself. Alcoholics Anonymous Pennsylvania can offer you everything you need in order to get started. Also, by supporting and encouraging each other through the ups and downs of the recovery process, they create a strong bond that members appreciate and love coming back to. Give us a call to get started today.

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