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Girdwood Group

250 Egloff Drive, Anchorage, Alaska 99587

Girdwood Group

37.5 miles away from Crown Point, Alaska

Aurora Group Anchorage

10821 Totem Road, Anchorage, Alaska 99516

Aurora Group Anchorage

49.8 miles away from Crown Point, Alaska

As Bill Sees It Anchorage

10830 Elmore Road, Anchorage, Alaska 99516

As Bill Sees It Anchorage

50 miles away from Crown Point, Alaska

Alley Cats In Person

8141 Briarwood Street, Anchorage, Alaska 99518

Alley Cats In Person

52.2 miles away from Crown Point, Alaska

Ten Spot

2222 East Tudor Road, Anchorage, Alaska 99507

Ten Spot

54.1 miles away from Crown Point, Alaska

Totem Group

2311 Pembroke Street, Anchorage, Alaska 99504

Totem Group

54.8 miles away from Crown Point, Alaska

Mens Stag Anchorage

2300 Oak Drive, Anchorage, Alaska 99508

Mens Stag Anchorage

55.5 miles away from Crown Point, Alaska

Do It Sober Anchorage

3103 Spenard Road, Anchorage, Alaska 99503

Do It Sober Anchorage

55.6 miles away from Crown Point, Alaska

Slap Happy

2824 East 18th Avenue, Anchorage, Alaska 99508

Slap Happy

55.6 miles away from Crown Point, Alaska

Lost and Found Anchorage

3900 Wisconsin Street, Anchorage, Alaska 99517

Lost and Found Anchorage

55.6 miles away from Crown Point, Alaska

5th and I Group

1145 C Street, Anchorage, Alaska 99501

5th and I Group

56.6 miles away from Crown Point, Alaska

AA In 4D

, Anchorage, Alaska 99501

AA In 4D

57.3 miles away from Crown Point, Alaska

AA MEETING FAQS

Essential Answers for Your Journey to Recovery

What are AA meetings?

AA is a program created to help its members get sober. Attendance is free at an AA Meeting in Crown Point, Alaska as the funding is accepted on a donation from its members.

AA is one of most commonly known programs in the United States and around the world that helps countless men and women achieve sobriety in the pursuit of lifelong recovery. They are usually small groups of recovering alcoholics who share their recovery journey and are there to help new members get sober.

The Best Method of Selecting an AA Meeting in Crown Point, Alaska

Alcohol Addiction is a disease of the mind, body, and soul. AA has curated meetings to help with each individual piece of your sobriety. If you are in search of a meeting on the first three steps, you should choose a beginner meeting. If you are looking to get more in touch with your spiritual side, attending a meditation meeting would be an ideal choice. If you are in search of stories of inspiration for overcoming alcoholism, a speaker meeting is a good starting point. If you are through your steps and are now working on the traditions of AA, a tradition meetings will help. If you want to attend a single gender group, you can go to a men’s or women's meeting where you won't find anyone of the opposite gender there. The fact of the matter is there is a meeting for everyone. Try different meetings out until you find one that fits your needs.

How to Get The Most From a meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous in Crown Point, Alaska

In order to benefit the most from your first Alcoholics Anonymous meeting you should remain open minded. Everyone had preconceived notions of what these meetings were and generally it is the same misconception. The best advice I ever got was to sit down, shut up, listen to the message, and humbly ask for help. Regardless of the meeting, there will be the same message of recovering from hopelessness. The process of recovering from that hopeless state is in asking for help from another person suffering from alcoholism which you will find in any meeting you choose to start with.

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