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Meetings happen on a daily basis at AA Columbus GA, and with the ever-increasing number of alcohol users, the problem of alcohol dependency continues to spiral out of control. AA meetings in Columbus GA provide a safe space where those battling alcohol dependency can meet, talk to professionals, share their experiences with peers, and learn practices that are instrumental in their journey to recovery. Those looking to find the best support groups in Columbus GA can easily find a good number of them, situated in serene vicinities.

Here is a List of AA groups in Columbus, Georgia:

  • The Happy Hour Group Alcoholics Anonymous

    The Agape Center
    214 8th St, Columbus, Georgia, 31901

    Monday
    18:00:00
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  • Back to Basics Group Columbus

    214 8th Street, Columbus, GA, 31901
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/214+8th+Street+Columbus+GA+31901

    Thursday
    20:00:00
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  • Bill W Group Columbus

    4026 Macon Road, Columbus, GA, 31901
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/4026+Macon+Road+Columbus+GA+31901

    Monday
    20:00:00
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  • Bill W Group Last Thu

    4026 Macon Road, Columbus, GA, 31901
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/4026+Macon+Road+Columbus+GA+31901

    Thursday
    20:00:00
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  • College Step Study

    4700 Armour Road, Columbus, GA, 31901
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/4700+Armour+Road+Columbus+GA+31901

    Saturday
    09:30:00
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  • College Step Study Breakout

    4700 Armour Road, Columbus, GA, 31901
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/4700+Armour+Road+Columbus+GA+31901

    Thursday
    18:30:00
    Direction
  • College Step Study Last Sun

    4700 Armour Road, Columbus, GA, 31901
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/4700+Armour+Road+Columbus+GA+31901

    Sunday
    18:00:00
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  • College Step Study Last Wed

    4700 Armour Road, Columbus, GA, 31901
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/4700+Armour+Road+Columbus+GA+31901

    Wednesday
    19:00:00
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  • Downtown Group 8th Street

    214 8th Street, Columbus, GA, 31901
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/214+8th+Street+Columbus+GA+31901

    Saturday
    20:00:00
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  • Early Bird Group Columbus

    214 8th Street, Columbus, GA, 31901
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/214+8th+Street+Columbus+GA+31901

    Saturday
    07:30:00
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  • East Highland Group

    1301 17th Street, Columbus, GA, 31901
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/1301+17th+Street+Columbus+GA+31901

    Friday
    19:00:00
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  • Fountain City Group

    214 8th Street, Columbus, GA, 31901
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/214+8th+Street+Columbus+GA+31901

    Friday
    20:00:00
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  • Happy Hour Group Columbus

    214 8th Street, Columbus, GA, 31901
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/214+8th+Street+Columbus+GA+31901

    Monday
    18:00:00
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  • Just AA Group Columbus

    2100 Hilton Avenue, Columbus, GA, 31901
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/2100+Hilton+Avenue+Columbus+GA+31901

    Sunday
    19:00:00
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  • Keep It Simple Group Columbus

    214 8th Street, Columbus, GA, 31901
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/214+8th+Street+Columbus+GA+31901

    Wednesday
    18:00:00
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  • Moon Road Group

    7775 Moon Road, Columbus, GA, 31901
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/7775+Moon+Road+Columbus+GA+31901

    Monday
    18:30:00
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  • Nueva Esperanza Columbus

    1953 Torch Hill Road, Columbus, GA, 31901
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/1953+Torch+Hill+Road+Columbus+GA+31901

    Saturday
    19:30:00
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  • South Columbus Group

    800 32nd Avenue, Columbus, GA, 31901
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/800+32nd+Avenue+Columbus+GA+31901

    Tuesday
    19:00:00
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  • South Columbus Group Last Fri

    800 32nd Avenue, Columbus, GA, 31901
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/800+32nd+Avenue+Columbus+GA+31901

    Friday
    19:00:00
    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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Columbus AA meetings Overview

Georgia is currently addressing binge drinking in youth between the ages of 9 to 25, which has posed a major public health problem for years. The risk factors of alcohol abuse are numerous, inclusive of unintended pregnancies, vehicle crashes, fetal alcohol, violence, suicide, and others. The essence of AA is to mitigate the excesses connected with drinking by helping alcohol-dependent individuals to control their cravings, avoid alcohol, and recover from the negative impact of alcoholism in their lives. AA meetings Columbus GA comprises both online and offline sessions. The online sessions are pre-booked and allow you the opportunity to attend AA from the comforts of your home. While the physical, and offline, sessions are available at different timing of the day.

How Do Alcohol Anonymous Meetings in Columbus Look?

Like every other AA group around the world, Columbus AA meetings are a group of people under one roof with one common problem — alcohol dependency. The aim of the group is to support each other and share strength, experiences, and hope for recovery. The fellowship accepts people from all backgrounds, races, ethnicity, gender, social status, educational level, and others. AA is completely free and no form of payment is imposed on members. The primary goal is to stay sober and help each other through the abstinence journey.

There Are Various Types of Meetings in AA, Here Are Some of the Types of AA Meetings Available:

  • Open Meetings: These meetings are open to non-alcoholics such as family members, friends, stakeholders, medical personnel, and any other person that wishes to know how AA works.
  • Closed Meeting: A meeting is considered a closed one when it only allows only AA members who are in recovery from alcoholism.
  • Single-Gender Meetings: There are meetings specifically for men and those for only women. These types of meetings are strictly for a single-gender in order to encourage gender-sensitive conversations and allow more openness.
  • Beginner Meetings: As it implies, these types of meetings are for individuals who are relatively new to AA and are still unfamiliar with the rules, culture, and fundamentals of AA. These meetings equip new persons with the resources and tools to begin their journey towards recovery.
  • Demographic-Specific Meetings: these meetings accommodate specific demographics by placing them in categories that are most suited to them. Some of these demographics include men and women that identify with the LGBTQ community.

How to Get the Most from an AA meeting in Columbus, Georgia?

In order to get the best from an AA meeting, there are simple strategies that are very helpful:

  • Be punctual for every meeting
  • Be consistent
  • Maximize the opportunities in the meeting by taking on tasks and challenging positions
  • Build a network of friends in AA to support each other through recovery
  • Be disciplined
  • Be attentive during sharing sessions
  • Ask questions for clarity
  • Endeavor to share successes and challenges to get better counsel on what new strategies to implement
  • Volunteer for activities

Need Help that AA Groups Can’t Provide? Find Alcohol Rehab Centers in Columbus Georgia

AA is mostly considered aftercare, which may take months to years, depending on the peculiarity of the condition. The first step, however, for a person who has a serious addiction to alcohol is rehab. Rehabilitation roughly takes 30 to 90 days for most people and after that, Al-anon begins. Choosing the most suitable rehab for your loved one is a major determining factor in recovery. Our free helpline is open 24 hours daily to provide counsel and great options on what rehab is best for your loved ones, as well as a list of the most popular rehab facilities in Columbus, Georgia.

For people struggling with illicit or prescription substances NA Meetings in Columbus, Georgia are available.

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


Page Sources

  1. Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities, Substance Abuse Prevention, https://dbhdd.georgia.gov/bh-prevention/substance-abuse-prevention

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