Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) welcomes any individual who is troubled by alcohol use and other related issues. The AA meetings possess no education or age prerequisites. In essence, they are philosophical, but not political or religious. In all the groups, the participants adhere to twelve key steps to discourage the desire to abuse alcohol and enable members to pursue healthy and satisfying lifestyles. AA meetings are acceptable places to share the uphill challenge to overcome alcoholism with peers undergoing the same. Through the peer support, AA meetings in Columbus, Ohio offer safe places to unpack the weight of addiction in an understanding and encouraging environment.
There are about 20 AA meetings held daily in the Columbus area at various locations and different times. The meetings are held in places like libraries, private homes, community centers, and religious centers. Some major meetings are held at New Faith Baptist Church, Livingston Ave United Methodist Church, and New Life Methodist Church. You can find more places in our AA meetings listing to identify the one that suits your schedule.