You may join the Alcoholics Anonymous to connect with other people who desire to abstain from alcohol abuse and recover from their dependence to it. Alcoholic Anonymous meetings are held across the United States and other nations with a goal to help people abstain from alcohol and regain control of their lives, and these meetings have been shown to help millions of people recover from alcoholism.
Meetings labelled “closed” are only available to alcoholics who desires to stop drinking, while “open” meetings can be attended by anyone including non-alcoholics as observers. However, some meetings may cater to specific demographics such as age, gender, occupation, and sexual orientation to make recovery more effective for such members.
If you live in San Diego, you may visit any of the 69 AA meetings held daily in the city. Some of the AA groups in San Diego include Sunrise Promises Club, Sunrise Meetings Club, and Eye Opener Group.
Visit the official websites of the various San Diego AA meetings or contact the San Diego central or service office to confirm the locations as well as the days and times for meetings.