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The Cascade Mountains and the scenic view of Salem isn’t the only reason to visit. There are a number of AA meetings in Salem where one can seek a solution for alcohol abuse. Do you have a need to enroll in an AA meeting in Salem?
We have a broad list of some of the best Salem AA meetings to attend for alcoholism.

  • Five-O at the Big House Alcoholics Anonymous

    Salem
    2586 12th place, Salem, Oregon, 97302

    Sunday
    16:00:00
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  • Five-Oatthebighouse Alcoholics Anonymous

    Salem OR
    2586 12th Place, Salem, Oregon, 97302

    Sunday
    19:00:00
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  • Group One Alcoholics Anonymous

    SOS Club
    18th and Center Street, Salem, Oregon, 97301

    Friday
    19:30:00
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  • Rule 62 Big Book Study Alcoholics Anonymous

    Telephone Meeting
    712-432-3900 Salem, OR 97305, Salem, Oregon, 97305

    Friday
    10:00:00
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  • Way Home Group Alcoholics Anonymous

    Downtown
    685 Marion St, Salem, Oregon, 97301

    Sunday
    17:30:00
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  • Way Home Group Alcoholics Anonymous

    Downtown Area
    685 Marion St, Salem, Oregon, 97301

    Monday
    17:30:00
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  • Way Home Group Alcoholics Anonymous

    Downtown
    685 Marion St, Salem, Oregon, 97301

    Saturday
    17:30:00
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  • 12 Traditions Book Study

    Salem, OR, 97301
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/Salem+OR+97301

    Monday
    10:00:00
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  • Action Group Salem

    1305 5th Street Northeast, Salem, OR, 97301
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/1305+5th+Street+Northeast+Salem+OR+97301

    Tuesday
    19:00:00
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  • Capital Discussion Group

    1998 Lansing Avenue Northeast, Salem, OR, 97301
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/1998+Lansing+Avenue+Northeast+Salem+OR+97301

    Thursday
    19:30:00
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  • Capital Park

    410 19th Street Northeast, Salem, OR, 97301
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/410+19th+Street+Northeast+Salem+OR+97301

    Wednesday
    07:00:00
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  • Children of Chaos Salem

    1705 12th Street Southeast, Salem, OR, 97301
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/1705+12th+Street+Southeast+Salem+OR+97301

    Thursday
    19:00:00
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  • Daily Reprieve Salem

    600 State Street, Salem, OR, 97301
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/600+State+Street+Salem+OR+97301

    Monday
    12:00:00
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  • Downtown Group Salem

    1444 Liberty Street Southeast, Salem, OR, 97301
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/1444+Liberty+Street+Southeast+Salem+OR+97301

    Monday
    07:00:00
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  • Heard It From the Grapevine

    1305 5th Street Northeast, Salem, OR, 97301
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/1305+5th+Street+Northeast+Salem+OR+97301

    Saturday
    08:30:00
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  • Intergroup Committee Meeting

    1797 Center Street Northeast, Salem, OR, 97301
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/1797+Center+Street+Northeast+Salem+OR+97301

    Monday
    19:00:00
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  • Mens Stag Salem

    3825 D Street Northeast, Salem, OR, 97301
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/3825+D+Street+Northeast+Salem+OR+97301

    Tuesday
    19:00:00
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  • Next Frontier Meeting

    Salem, OR, 97301
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/Salem+OR+97301

    Thursday
    17:30:00
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  • Oficina Intergrupal Hispana De Salem

    Salem, OR, 97301
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/Salem+OR+97301

    00:00:00
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  • One Page at a Time Salem

    Salem, OR, 97301
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/Salem+OR+97301

    Monday
    19:30:00
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  • Pioneer Group Salem

    375 Taybin Road Northwest, Salem, OR, 97301
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/375+Taybin+Road+Northwest+Salem+OR+97301

    Wednesday
    19:15:00
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  • Primary Purpose 5th Street Northeast

    1305 5th Street Northeast, Salem, OR, 97301
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/1305+5th+Street+Northeast+Salem+OR+97301

    Monday
    06:00:00
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  • Primary Purpose Gaines Street Northeast

    555 Gaines Street Northeast, Salem, OR, 97301
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/555+Gaines+Street+Northeast+Salem+OR+97301

    Sunday
    06:00:00
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  • Saturday Morning Back to Basics Bigbook

    Salem, OR, 97301
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/Salem+OR+97301

    Saturday
    08:00:00
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  • Second Chance Group Salem

    939 Oak Street Southeast, Salem, OR, 97301
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/939+Oak+Street+Southeast+Salem+OR+97301

    Sunday
    08:30:00
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  • Step of the Month AA Group

    582 High Street Southeast, Salem, OR, 97301
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/582+High+Street+Southeast+Salem+OR+97301

    Saturday
    08:00:00
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  • Sticks and Stones

    3825 D Street Northeast, Salem, OR, 97301
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/3825+D+Street+Northeast+Salem+OR+97301

    Sunday
    19:30:00
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  • Take the Cotton Out Speakers Meeting

    1444 Liberty Street Southeast, Salem, OR, 97301
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/1444+Liberty+Street+Southeast+Salem+OR+97301

    Saturday
    19:00:00
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  • The Mens AA Underground Meeting

    582 High Street Southeast, Salem, OR, 97301
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/582+High+Street+Southeast+Salem+OR+97301

    Saturday
    09:30:00
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  • The Wayout

    Salem, OR, 97301
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/Salem+OR+97301

    Monday
    19:00:00
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  • Unity Group Salem

    1777 Fabry Road Southeast, Salem, OR, 97301
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/1777+Fabry+Road+Southeast+Salem+OR+97301

    Wednesday
    19:30:00
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  • Way Home Group

    685 Marion Street Northeast, Salem, OR, 97301
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/685+Marion+Street+Northeast+Salem+OR+97301

    Monday
    17:30:00
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  • Willamette Valley Intergroup

    687 Cottage St NE, Salem, OR 97301, United States
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/687+Cottage+St+NE+Salem+OR+97301+United+States

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  • Willamette Valley Intergroup, Inc

    Salem, OR, 97301
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/Salem+OR+97301

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  • Women of Principle Salem

    1444 Liberty Street Southeast, Salem, OR, 97301
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/1444+Liberty+Street+Southeast+Salem+OR+97301

    Tuesday
    17:30:00
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  • Womens AA meeting Good to be here

    Salem, OR, 97301
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/Salem+OR+97301

    Monday
    19:00:00
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  • Womens Topic Salem

    Salem, OR, 97301
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/Salem+OR+97301

    Monday
    12:00:00
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  • Y A N A You Are Not Alone

    1305 5th Street Northeast, Salem, OR, 97301
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/1305+5th+Street+Northeast+Salem+OR+97301

    Friday
    19:30:00
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  • You are Not Alone Womens Meeting

    Salem, OR, 97301
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/Salem+OR+97301

    Sunday
    12:00:00
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  • You are Not Alone Womens Meeting Big Book Study

    Salem, OR, 97301
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/Salem+OR+97301

    Saturday
    12:00:00
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Online AA Zoom Meetings in Salem, Oregon

  • 12 Traditions Book Study

    Meeting ID: 465458005

    Password: 284630

    Monday
    10:00:00
    Join Virtual
  • Next Frontier Meeting

    Meeting ID: 89557855970

    Password: Frontier

    Thursday
    17:30:00
    Join Virtual
  • One Page at a Time Salem

    Meeting ID: 89566136012

    Password: Luv&Servis

    Monday
    19:30:00
    Join Virtual
  • Saturday Morning Back to Basics Bigbook

    Meeting ID: 804970538

    Password:

    Saturday
    08:00:00
    Join Virtual
  • The Wayout

    Meeting ID: 84773522194

    Password: 155351

    Monday
    19:00:00
    Join Virtual
  • Womens AA meeting Good to be here

    Meeting ID: 5734798433

    Password: 0220

    Monday
    19:00:00
    Join Virtual
  • Womens Topic Salem

    Meeting ID: 86202168013

    Password: 951724

    Monday
    12:00:00
    Join Virtual
  • You are Not Alone Womens Meeting

    Meeting ID: 726933187

    Password: 632400

    Sunday
    12:00:00
    Join Virtual
  • You are Not Alone Womens Meeting Big Book Study

    Meeting ID: 726933187

    Password: 632400

    Saturday
    12:00:00
    Join Virtual

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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Salem AA Meetings Overview

AA meetings Salem Oregon have all-day-round schedules for flexibility and are open to accepting new members of any background, social status, gender, and age. What is the significance of AA meetings in Salem Oregon? Alcohol addiction is a major problem in Salem. Statistics show that there are 1,000 alcohol-related deaths in Oregon yearly. Alcohol has been named as one of the five leading causes of death in Oregon, especially among people aged 35 to 64 years. There are over 50 Salem Oregon AA meetings, both online and offline. Those who are unable to visit the physical branches for one reason or the other can opt for the option of an online AA meeting. Online AA meetings are particularly useful in areas where there is a pandemic or unfavorable weather conditions. AA Salem Oregon creates an atmosphere of acceptance, where anyone with the will to stop alcohol abuse is taken in and counseled on the traditions and literature of Al-Anon. There is no discrimination or stigmatization no matter the background of the individual.  

How do Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings in Salem Oregon Look?

If you have made up your mind to attend AA meetings in Salem Oregon then there are a variety of meeting types that you should be aware of. 

These meeting types provide empowerment, motivation, and support in the recovery journey. They include:

  • Open Meetings: AA meetings may be exclusive or open to all. Open meetings allow anyone with interest to attend, this includes friends, family, new members, boss, colleagues, community members, medical practitioners, and other random visitors
  • Closed Meetings: These meeting types are exclusive to individuals who have an alcohol problem. Those who do not identify as alcoholics are not allowed to attend these meetings.
  • Beginner Meetings: When starting off with AA there is uncertainty about where to begin or how to get started on your journey. Newcomer meetings are specially designed to welcome new members and teach them the ways of AA, providing them with literature, and the necessary tools to begin their journey.
  • Demographic-Specific Meetings: Some communities are focused on individuals with special needs such as those that identify with LGBTQ. These demographic may be treated differently as there may be peculiar causes that have led to their addiction. 
  • 12-Step Meetings: The doctrine of AA was created by the founders of AA. These pioneers discovered the twelve actions of AA that is so widely used across various parts of the world. These actions are called the twelve steps and are important for the first few years of recovery. 
  • Big Book Study Meetings: The Big Book of AA is a resource written in 1939 by one of the founders of Al-Anon. The book is titled “The Story of How More Than One Hundred Men Have Recovered from Alcoholism.”  The book contains the history of Al-anon and the successes of the 12 steps in recovery. The resource is used to inspire members to live a life of sobriety.

Get the Most from an AA Meeting in Salem, Oregon

How does one make the most of their time in AA? What is the best way to expedite recovery from alcoholism while attending AA meetings? Here are a few ways to ensure that AA meetings take root and make significant changes in the life of a loved one.

  • Get a Sponsor: Someone who has been through AA and has managed to stay sober for a long period is in the best position to be a sponsor to those who are still starting out on their journey. This is because such a person has the experience and knowledge to share as well as the best counseling.
  • Length of Attendance:  Statistically, those that attended AA between 5 months to 5 years showed better results than those who didn’t attend up to that length of time.
  • Frequency of attendance: Attending AA at least weekly or monthly improves one’s chances of recovery.
  • Combining AA with Other Forms of Treatment: In many cases, addiction can be severe and requires more than regular AA; combining other forms of treatment may be necessary to prevent relapse. 

Need the kind of help that AA Group cannot provide? Find Alcohol rehab centers in Salem, Oregon

Alcohol rehabilitation centers are the best options for alcohol addiction. The facility provides a serene environment, 24-hour intensive medical health care, accommodation for inpatients, and a well-equipped facility for recovery. 

For more information on what rehabilitation facilities are best for your loved one, contact our free 24-hour helpline. 

Source:

  1. Oregon Department of Human Services https://www.co.marion.or.us/HLT/PH/PS/prevention/Documents/marionadultalcoholusesummary.pdf 

For people struggling with illicit or prescription substances NA Meetings in Salem, Oregon are available.

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

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Dr. Ahmed Zayed

Dr. Ahmed Zayed is a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery. He is graduated from the University of Alexandria, Egypt. Dr. Ahmed Zayed has a passion for writing medical and health care articles and focuses on providing engaging and trustworthy information to readers.