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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
7:00 AM Awakenings Group ACOA Club 5 Points (Behind Chick-Fil-A) 2015 College St Columbia Discussion   English   Open Meeting
12:00 PM High Noon High Noon 357 Wattling Rd Columbia Big Book   Discussion   English +   Open Meeting   Wheelchair Access
12:00 PM Back To Basics Group Columbia Back To Basics Group Columbia 400 River Road Columbia Closed Meeting   Discussion
12:00 PM Horseshoe St. Davids Episcopal Church 605 Polo Rd Columbia Discussion   English   Open Meeting
12:00 PM Brown Bag St. John's Episcopal Church 2827 Wheat St Columbia Closed Meeting   Discussion   English
12:00 PM Third Tradition Group St. Martin's in the Fields Episcopal Church 5220 Clemson Ave Columbia Big Book   Closed Meeting   English
12:00 PM Smokestack Smokestack 1819 Platt Springs Rd Columbia Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
12:00 PM Renegades Grace United Methodist 410 Harbison Blvd Columbia Discussion   English   Open Meeting
5:30 PM Broad River Road Saint Andrew's Lutheran Church 1416 Broad River Rd Columbia Discussion   English   Open Meeting
5:30 PM Five Points Happy Hour Group ACOA Club 5 Points (Behind Chick-Fil-A) 2015 College St Columbia Discussion   English   Open Meeting
5:30 PM Shandon Happy Hour Shandon United Methodist Church 3407 Devine St Columbia Closed Meeting   Discussion   English
5:30 PM Smokestack Smokestack 1819 Platt Springs Rd Columbia Discussion   English   Open Meeting
6:30 PM St. John's Discussion St. John's Episcopal Church 2827 Wheat St Columbia Closed Meeting   Discussion   English
6:30 PM Primary Purpose (LGBTQ+) St. Martin's in the Fields Episcopal Church 5220 Clemson Ave Columbia English   LGBTQ+   Literature
12:00 PM Camden Meeting Place 1104 Church St Camden Closed Meeting   Discussion   English
12:00 PM Lunch Hour Alano Inc. 590 Louis St Orangeburg Big Book   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
12:00 PM Into Action St. Albans Episcopal Church 403 Park Rd Lexington Discussion   English   Open Meeting
5:15 PM Happy Hour Alano Inc. 590 Louis St Orangeburg Big Book   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
7:00 PM Twilight All Saints Episcopal Church. 1001 12th St Cayce English   Open Meeting
7:00 PM Newberry Aveleigh Presbyterian Church 1610 Martin St Newberry Big Book   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access

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Columbia, South Carolina AA Meetings

Columbia is South Carolina’s capital. There are AA meetings in Columbia, SC that help support residents who have alcohol use disorder. These meetings, along with other AA meetings in South Carolina are as diverse as they are effective, allowing you to choose whichever operating mechanism makes you feel more comfortable. If you would like to take your friends and family members with you for support, you can select open meetings, which are available to everyone. If you’re more of a private person, then closed meetings might be better for you. These meetings are only open to people with alcohol use disorder, allowing you to enjoy the highest levels of discretion. AA has no membership dues and meetings are also free. Alcoholics Anonymous uses a twelve-step program to help people live sober lives. The only real requirement to join AA is to have the desire to stop using alcohol. There are several different types of meetings including, speaker meetings, discussion meetings, 12-step meetings, Big Book meetings, and more. You can find listings of AA meetings in Columbia, SC by browning this directory. If you are looking for formal rehab treatment you will have to look elsewhere, as AA only provides peer support. For help with other options outside of AA meetings in South Carolina, give our specialists a call today.

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