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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
6:00 AM Keep It Simple Sunrise Wed Online Meeting Keep It Simple Sunrise Wed Online Meeting Online 725 American Avenue Waukesha Wheelchair Access
6:00 AM Keep It Simple Sunrise In-Person & Waukesha Memorial Hosp 725 American Ave Waukesha Closed Meeting   English
6:15 AM Read that (Big) Book Meeting Walworth County Alano Club (W.C.A.C) 611 E Walworth Ave Delavan Big Book   Closed Meeting   English
6:30 AM Upon Awakening Upon Awakening Online 153 Green Bay Rd Thiensville English
6:30 AM Upon Awakening Thiensville Upon Awakening Online Meeting In-person Online 153 Green Bay Rd Thiensville Virtual
7:00 AM 7:00am Meeting 7:00am Meeting 1521 N Prospect Ave Milwaukee English
7:00 AM Daily Reflections Racine Alano Club 1140 Douglas Ave Racine Closed Meeting   English   Wheelchair Access +   Wheelchair-Accessible Bathroom
7:30 AM Love and Tolerance Big Book Study Love and Tolerance Big Book Study 6229 W Forest Home Ave Milwaukee English
7:30 AM Janesville Early Risers Group 12 & 12 Drop in Center 402 W Delavan Dr Janesville English   Open Meeting   Wheelchair Access
7:30 AM Delavan Sunny Side Up Wednesday Meeting Walworth County Alano Club (W.C.A.C) 611 E Walworth Ave Delavan English   Open Meeting
8:00 AM Gump Group Gump Group 201 Wrigley Dr Lake Geneva English
8:00 AM Lake Geneva Gump Group Lake Geneva Gump Group 1724 W Main St Lake Geneva Closed Meeting   English
8:00 AM Lake Area Wed 8 a.m. Gp Lake Area Wed 8 a.m. Gp N60w35878 Lake Dr Oconomowoc English   Wheelchair Access
9:30 AM Fort Atkinson Morning Group Fort Atkinson Morning Group 302 Merchants Ave Fort Atkinson Closed Meeting   English   Wheelchair Access
9:30 AM Burlington Came to Believe 12 & 12 CLUB 724 North Pine Street Burlington Closed Meeting
10:00 AM 059 DAILY 059 DAILY Online Meeting Online Wauwatosa, WI 53213 Wauwatosa English   Temporary Closure
10:00 AM Joe and Charlie Meeting Benjamin House 4848 Co Hwy H Caledonia Closed Meeting   English
10:00 AM How To Club How To Club 8930 W National Ave West Allis Closed Meeting
10:00 AM Step Into Promises Step Into Promises 1715 Creek Rd West Bend English
10:00 AM Wed AM Gp 10 AM Wed AM Gp 10 AM 11936 N Port Washington Rd Mequon English

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Wales, Wisconsin AA Meetings

Wales is a small village in Waukesha County, Wisconsin; Welsh immigrants first settled the community. If you have alcohol use disorder and live or work in Waukesha County, finding AA meetings in Wales may help you employ an addiction recovery program in your local community.

Once you locate AA meetings Wisconsin that you are interested in attending, you may have some initial reservations. It’s common to feel uncomfortable with the thought of showing up with a group of strangers and divulging personal information about alcohol misuse. You may be relieved to find out that this is not the way the Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) program works.

Often, a beginner attending their first several meetings shows up and simply listens. Listening to experienced AA group members talk about their experience, strength, and hope from working the 12 Steps, often helps beginners break through their denial about having an alcohol addiction. Hearing relatable recovery stories can do more for a person in the beginning stage of recovery, than being uncomfortable with divulging information that is not pleasant to talk about. Of course, if you feel comfortable sharing at a new AA group, you’ll be encouraged to do so. Remember that what you say in AA is kept confidential. Other group members will listen to what you have to say without judging or giving advice.

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