Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings in Avondale, Arizona

Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous are both free of charge, and yet, both have helped millions of people. There are so many ways to get the help and support that is needed to leave a life of substance abuse behind for good.

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SUNDAY

RED EYE GROUP

Times: 6:45 am

Address: West Valley Fellowship 919 N. Dysart Rd. Suite W Avondale, AZ

GOODALE MEN’S STAG

Times: 7:30 am

Address: West Valley Fellowship 919 N. Dysart Rd. Suite W Avondale, AZ

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MONDAY

RED EYE GROUP

Times: 6:45 am

Address: West Valley Fellowship 919 N. Dysart Rd. Suite W Avondale, AZ

BAGNASSTY

Times: 12:00 pm

Address: Church at Litchfield Park 300 N. Old Litchfield Rd. Avondale, AZ

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TUESDAY

RED EYE GROUP

Times: 6:45 am

Address: West Valley Fellowship 919 N. Dysart Rd. Suite W Avondale, AZ

THIRST QUENCHERS

Times: 4:00 pm

Address: West Valley Fellowship 919 N. Dysart Rd. Suite W Avondale, AZ

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WEDNESDAY

RED EYE GROUP

Times: 6:45 am

Address: West Valley Fellowship 919 N. Dysart Rd. Suite W Avondale, AZ

IRONWOOD MEN’S STAG

Times: 8:00 pm

Address: Raul & Theresa’s Restaurant 519 W. Main St. Avondale, AZ

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THURSDAY

RED EYE GROUP

Times: 6:45 am

Address: West Valley Fellowship 919 N. Dysart Rd. Suite W Avondale, AZ

THURSDAY NIGHT 12×12

Times: 7:00 pm

Address: West Valley Fellowship 919 N. Dysart Rd. Suite W Avondale, AZ

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FRIDAY

RED EYE GROUP

Times: 6:45 am

Address: West Valley Fellowship 919 N. Dysart Rd. Suite W Avondale, AZ

AA BOOTLEGGERS GROUP

Times: 8:30 pm

Address: West Valley Fellowship 919 N. Dysart Rd. Suite W Avondale, AZ

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SATURDAY

RED EYE GROUP

Times: 6:45 am

Address: West Valley Fellowship 919 N. Dysart Rd. Suite W Avondale, AZ

AA MEETING

Times: 12:00 pm

Address: West Valley Fellowship 919 N. Dysart Rd. Suite W Avondale, AZ

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SUNDAY

SERENITY ON SUNDAY AFG

Times: 7:30 am

Address: Litchfield Park First Baptist Church 901 E. Plaza Circle Litchfield Park, AZ

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MONDAY

MONDAY NIGHT AFG

Times: 7:00 pm

Address: Banner Estrella Medical Conference Center 9201 W. Thomas Rd. Phoenix, AZ

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TUESDAY

PRIMARY PURPOSE AFG

Times: 7:30 pm

Address: St. Helen’s Catholic Church 5510 W. Cholla St. Glendale, AZ

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WEDNESDAY

CIRCLE OF GROWTH AFG

Times: 7:00 pm

Address: Litchfield Park First Baptist Church 901 E. Plaza Circ le Litchfield Park, AZ

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THURSDAY

NEW LIFE AFG

Times: 12:00 pm

Address: Vineyard Church 255 N. Litchfield Rd. Goodyear, AZ

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FRIDAY

FRIDAY NIGHT INSIGHT AFG

Times: 6:00 pm

Address: Fellowship Hall 8910 N. 43rd Ave. Glendale, AZ

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SATURDAY

COURAGE TO BE ME ADULT CHILD AFG

Times: 10:00 am

Address: Salvation Army 17420 N. Avenue of the Arts Surprise, AZ

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What is Alcoholic Anonymous?

Alcoholic Anonymous is an international fellowship of people who desire to get help with their drinking addiction. This group is open to everyone regardless of age, race, religious views, and political views. AA programs have the single purpose of supporting people who are wanting to live free of their drinking addiction.

AA has literature that educates people in how to get free and stay free from alcoholism. Having the knowledge and support from others they need, they can move forward into recovery and leave their alcoholism in their past. As they begin their journey to recovery, they will need to meet in an AA group at least once a week. Many have met in groups every day for 30 to 90 days to jumpstart their recovery.

Here are a few facts about AA Meetings:

  • Alcoholics Anonymous meetings are led by people who have been sober for a long period of time. They want to share their story and recovery with others seeking recovery.
  • AA meetings do not cost members any fees. They are encouraged to make contributions.
  • Members are required to keep discussions confidential. Meetings are not to be discussed with others outside the meeting. Members need to know their information and stories are confidential.
  • Alcoholics Anonymous meetings are open to all people who want to stop drinking.
  • AA follows the 12 Steps of Recovery.

What Are Al-Anon Meetings?

Al-Anon Meetings are for people who are worried about a loved one who has a drinking problem. These meetings give support and encouragement, helpful literature, and friendships to people who have a family member or friend with an alcohol addiction.

At these meetings family members learn how to cope with the challenges of someone else’s drinking. They learn that they cannot control their loved one and keep them from turning to alcohol. Al-Anon helps people learn better ways to deal with their loved one. It gives family members an opportunity to hear the experiences of other people who have been placed in similar situations and how they have learned better ways to respond in stressful situations. They learn that drinking affects everyone in the family. The best way to learn how to cope better is to come to the meetings and listen to veterans tell their stories and learn from their experiences.

Many times people feel responsible for their loved ones drinking. They feel embarrassed by their loved ones behaviors. They often feel that if their loved one really loved them they would stop drinking. At Al-Anon Meetings, they learn from others that they are not the reason for their loved ones drinking problem. They receive encouragement and hope at these meetings. They learn from the literature and the experience of others to take positive action to make positive changes that will help them respond in a healthier way to their loved one. They learn that they cannot control others. The only control they truly have is how they respond. People who attend Al-Anon Meetings have a greater sense of freedom and victory in their lives. They are empowered to support their loved one to move forward to recovery but also understand their limits. They come to accept what they cannot change and work towards making changes in their own lives.

How Do I Know if I Need Support Groups or Professional Treatment?

When people are ready to get help with their drinking or drug addiction, it is important that they receive the right treatment they need to have success in their recovery journey. They may wonder if alcohol and drug rehab is necessary or can they just attend support groups. This is a decision that they should not make on their own. They will need to seek professional help from quality staff at an alcohol and drug rehab facility. Once contact has been made, a professional intake person will give assessments and questionnaires that will give them the information to help decide what is the best care needed in each situation. Based on the data received, people will either be directed to a rehab facility,  an outpatient program, or support groups. An expert team will help them make this very important decision. People may benefit from outpatient treatment if:

  • They have already gone through a rehab program.
  • Have a strong support system at home.
  • They have not been in an addiction for long.
  • They have a mild addiction.
  • They do not have a long history of relapsing.

Get More Information About Recovery Meetings in or Near Avondale, AZ

At Springboard Recovery, it is our goal to give people support, encouragement, and education they need to make a complete recovery from their addiction and to maintain their sobriety as they enter back into their lives. It is vital that if you are struggling with an addiction to reach out and contact us. We have qualified staff and health professionals that are standing by and ready to  help you decide what you need to do to start your recovery.  The reality is that some people do not need to go into a drug and alcohol rehab. However, this is not for you to decide by yourself. It is extremely important that you seek the help of medical professionals to determine if you need the help and support of a drug rehab.

Some people may benefit by going to outpatient care. There are also support groups that can help you stay on track. These support groups do not take the place of individual counseling. They are in addition to individual counseling. These groups do provide encouragement to continue in recovery. They provide friendships and sponsors for added accountability.

Avondale, Arizona  has many options available to people who are wanting to leave their lives of drug and alcohol addiction behind them. There are also programs that support and bring encouragement to loved ones who need to learn how to walk this journey with their family members.

Would you like to know more about the recovery meetings in the Avondale, Arizona area? Please contact us today.

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