Daily, Weekly, and Monthly Recovery Meetings
No matter when you visit the Wolfe Street Foundation, you're sure to find a support meeting just about to start! Whether you're searching for an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, looking for family recovery support, seeking a Twelve Step Tradition meeting to start or work your program, or hoping to find a new pathway to recovery at a newcomers' meeting, you'll be right at home at the Wolfe Street Foundation.
Browse our regular meetings below - and don't hesitate to chat with us or give us a call if we can help you find the right fit!
A Guide to "Open" and "Closed" Recovery Support Meetings
In the Alcoholics Anonymous (and many other Twelve Step) Traditions, meetings are designated as Open or Closed. It is helpful to understand this distinction to choose a meeting that is right for you.
Open Meetings welcome anyone interested in Alcoholics Anonymous programs of recovery from alcoholism. Nonalcoholics may attend open meetings as observers - but they should reserve active participation in discussion for those alcoholics in attendance.
Closed Meetings are for AA members only - although they welcome those who have a drinking problem and "have a desire to stop drinking."
Generally speaking, discussion at all AA meetings should be focused primarily (and often exclusively) on topics identified by the group and relevant to addiction to alcohol. Other addictions may be discussed in their relevant Twelve Step Tradition meeting or other recovery support group meetings.
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If you don't see a support meeting here that meets your needs, fill out the contact form, click "Let's Chat!" below, or give us a call. We are here to help you find recovery - whether you or someone in your family is struggling with addiction.
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