Founded in 1935 in Ohio by Bill Wilson and Dr. Bob Smith, Alcoholic Anonymous is a network comprising men and women from all over the world which aims to assist former alcoholics throughout their recovery course while maintaining sober mind. Apart from alcoholics and their concerned family members, AA meetings are open to everyone irrespective of race, gender, and age. It is free to join AA meetings as funding comes from donations and personal contributions.
AA meetings give an open space where people struggling to do away with the booze air their ups and downs in their course to soberness. 165 AA meetings are held every week in Sacramento, California. Meetings are held in locations like HI-Flyers 2077 Alhambra Dr Cameron Park, Attitude Adjustment 96 West Main St Woodland, Elk Grove Fellows Native Sons Hall 9151 Grove St Elk Grove, and Grass Valley Fellow 154 Olympia Park just to list a few. Millions of people attest to have dropped their drinking habits with the support of AA meetings. Explore the list of our AA meetings and join at any time to grasp an opportunity to soberness.
Scheduling of AA meetings can change at any time and thus our listing may not be accurate. It is recommended to contact them before attending a meeting.