Alcoholic Anonymous (AA) meetings welcome anyone who is facing a drinking problem. The only requirement is the willingness to leave alcohol use and addiction. These meetings have a spiritual nature and focus on the 12-step program principles. They help to expel the obsession to drink and provide empowerment to lead alcohol-free and fulfilling lives.
The peer support offers encouragement and the energy to pursue further treatment if necessary. Members do not only find encouragement but can also offer hope to others. The beauty of the AA meeting is the give and take that happens there. The Boulder meetings vary in topic, tone, and mood.
There are many meetings across the Boulder region and can be found in the morning, afternoon, or at night throughout the week. They are offered in places like community centers, houses of worship, and private homes. Among the major AA meetings are held at First United Methodist Church, St. Andrews Church, and Mental Health Partners. Take a look at our listing to locate AA meetings closer to your residence.