AA Meetings in Brighton, Michigan

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  • Fellowship Group Alcoholics Anonymous

    First United Methodist Church
    116 Brighton Lake Road, Brighton, Michigan, 48116

    Monday
    12:00:00
    Direction
  • Michigan Oaks

    803 West Main Street, Brighton, MI, 48114
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/803+West+Main+Street+Brighton+MI+48114

    Thursday
    19:30:00
    Direction

Please note that AA meeting locations and schedules tend to change often and quickly. Please always check these times to be accurate. If you have new information about an AA meeting, please inform us at [email protected]

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Who Answers

In case you or your close ones encountered alcohol addiction and/or battling it now in Brighton, Michigan, AA meetings might be a great place to start journey to recovery. Attending Alcoholics Anonymous meetings is a great way for people struggling with drinking issues to network with people aiming for the same goal – to reach and maintain sobriety.
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For people struggling with illicit or prescription substances NA Meetings in Brighton, Michigan are available.

For people seeking inpatient or outpatient treatment options rehab centers in Michigan are also available.

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