CHOOSE A DAY TO SEE AVAILABLE PATIENT MEETINGS

SUNDAY

The Third Step Group

Times: 6:30 am, 8:00 am, 10:00 am

Address: Cedar Lake Fellowship 401 E. Empire St. Bloomington, IL

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MONDAY

The Third Step Group

Times: 6:30 am

Address: Cedar Lake Fellowship 401 E. Empire St. Bloomington, IL

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Oakland Ave Noon-Time Group

Times: 12:00 pm

Address: St. Matthew’s Rectory 1920 E. Oakland Ave. Bloomington, IL

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Keep it Real Group

Times: 5:00 pm

Address: Cedar Lake Fellowship 401 E. Empire St. Bloomington, IL

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Monday Night Solutions

Times: 7:00 pm

Address: St. Patrick of Merna 1001 N. Towanda Barnes Rd. Bloomington, IL

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TUESDAY

The Third Step Group

Times: 6:30 am

Address: Cedar Lake Fellowship 401 E. Empire St. Bloomington, IL

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Oakland Ave Noon-Time Group

Times: 12:00 pm

Address: St. Matthew’s Rectory 1920 E. Oakland Ave. Bloomington, IL

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12 & 12 Group

Times: 8:00 pm

Address: Cedar Lake Fellowship 401 E. Empire St. Bloomington, IL

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WEDNESDAY

Pontiac Alano Group

Times: 9:00 am

Address: 1400 N. Division St. Pontiac, IL

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The Downtowners Group

Times: 2:00 pm

Address: Second Presbyterian Church 404 N. Prairie St. Bloomington, IL

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Freedom of Choice

Times: 5:30 pm

Address: Crang-Bennett American Legion Post 103 219 N. Elizabeth St. Clinton, IL

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THURSDAY

The Third Step Group

Times: 6:30 am, 12:00 pm

Address: Cedar Lake Fellowship 401 E. Empire St. Bloomington, IL

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Oakland Ave Noon-Time Group

Times: 12:00 pm

Address: St. Matthew’s Rectory 1920 E. Oakland Ave. Bloomington, IL

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Fairbury Group

Times: 5:00 pm

Address: Trinity Lutheran Church 100 W. Cherry Fairbury, IL

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FRIDAY

Pontiac Alano Group

Times: 9:00 am

Address: 1400 N. Division St. Pontiac, IL

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A Vision for You Group

Times: 7:00 pm

Address: St. Mary’s Church 527 Jackson St. Bloomington, IL

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Young at Heart Group

Times: 8:00 pm

Address: Cedar Lake Fellowship 401 E. Empire St. Bloomington, IL

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SATURDAY

The Weekenders Group

Times: 6:30 am

Address: Cedar Lake Fellowship 401 E. Empire St. Bloomington, IL

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The Hall Group

Times: 8:00 am

Address: Logan County Title Company 507 ½ Pulaski St. Lincoln, IL

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Friends of Bill

Times: 7:00 pm

Address: Church of God 720 E. Woodlawn St. Clinton, IL

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CHOOSE A DAY TO SEE AVAILABLE FAMILY MEETINGS

SUNDAY

Sunday Night Steppers AFG

Times: 6:00 pm

Address: Trinity Lutheran Church 1960 E. Johns Ave. Decatur, IL

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Hilltop Sunday Night AFG

Times: 7:30 pm

Address: Hilltop Club 115 N. Western Ave. Peoria, IL

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MONDAY

Monday AM AFG

Times: 10:00 am

Address: First United Methodist Church 211 North School St. Normal, IL

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Fourth Step AFG

Times: 5:30 pm

Address: Mennonite Church of Normal 805 S. Cottage Ave. Normal, IL

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TUESDAY

Tuesday Afternoon AFG

Times: 1:30 pm

Address: St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church 1920 E. Oakland Ave. Bloomington, IL

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Pontiac AFG

Times: 6:00 pm

Address: Pontiac Alano Club 1400 North Division St. Pontiac, IL

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WEDNESDAY

Riverside 12 Steppers AFG

Times: 6:00 pm

Address: Serenity Club 612 S. 3rd St. Pekin, IL

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THURSDAY

Thursday Afternoon AFG

Times: 1:30 pm

Address: St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church 1920 E. Oakland Ave. Bloomington, IL

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FRIDAY

Friday Morning AFG

Times: 9:30 am

Address: First English Lutheran Church 725 E. Forrest Hill Ave. Peoria, IL

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SATURDAY

Serenity Seekers AFG

Times: 10:00 am

Address: St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church 1920 E. Oakland Ave. Bloomington, IL

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Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-Anon Meetings Happening In and Around Bloomington, Illinois

What is Alcoholics Anonymous?

AA or Alcoholics Anonymous is an international organization that is a peer-led, support group for those struggling with alcohol addiction. The group is made up of men and women of all ages. It focuses on developing a satisfying life without the use of alcohol. Membership is free to anyone who is wanting to actively work towards sobriety.

A few facts about Alcoholics Anonymous:

  • The organization has been around since 1939.
  • The program focuses on AA’s Twelve Step Program and walking through each step as participants work towards recovery.
  • Anyone, willing to admit they have a substance abuse problem and wanting to work towards their sobriety is welcome to be a part of AA.
  • AA creates a safe environment for those wanting to work on their recovery that builds members up, strengthens one another, and offers hope.

There are several AA meetings happening in and around Bloomington, IL weekly.

STRUGGLING WITH AN ALCOHOL PROBLEM?
YOU’RE NOT ALONE!

Getting and staying sober is very challenging, but with the right support network and tools, it’s completely attainable.


What is Al-Anon?

Al-Anon is an organization that provides family and friends a place to learn how to cope with a loved one’s drinking addiction. The group offers participants to learn from others who have also experienced similar circumstances. They focus on the idea of “one day at a time” when looking at the situation, rather than trying to fix the complex problem quickly.

A few facts about Al-Anon:

  • The group focuses on how drinking affects everyone in the family.
  • The group empowers participants to play a more positive role in the family’s future.
  • The group dates back to 1939.
  • Meetings are open forums, where participants are welcome to share their experiences.
  • Membership is free.

There are several Al-Anon meetings happening in and around Bloomington, IL weekly.

The Need for Alcohol Abuse Treatment in Bloomington, IL

People struggle with alcoholism everywhere, and this includes the state of Illinois.

The city of Bloomington, IL is located in McLean County, according to their most recent Community Health Needs Assessment:

  • 37.1% of motor vehicle crash deaths involved alcohol.
  • 32% of 12th graders reported use of alcohol.
  • Emergency Room visits that involved alcohol was
  • 22.6% of adults reported heavy or binge drinking behavior.

Specifically in the city of Bloomington, IL:

  • Alcohol use is higher in Bloomington, IL than the rates of McLean County overall.

Get More Information about AA and Al-Anon Meetings in Bloomington, IL

Here at SpringBoard Recovery, we understand the complexity of finding the right course of treatment. We understand that addiction not only affects the person struggling but their loved ones as well. We are here to help and provide the best options to help point you in the right direction.

Along with AA and Al-Anon Meetings happening in Bloomington, IL, you can also find other types of meetings happening as well:

Contact us today if you or a loved one are ready to make the step towards recovery.