Alcoholics Anonymous is a worldwide organization that aims to give support to alcoholics all throughout their recovery journey while keeping their sobriety. It was first introduced in Akron, Ohio by Dr. Bob Smith and Bill Wilson. AA meetings are open to people of all genders, races, and ages. Attendees may come alone or with family and friends. There are no other requirements aside from your commitment to stop abusing alcohol and remain sober.
AA meetings offer a great support system. People share and learn from each other’s experiences, making it easier to move forward and attain the common goal of quitting drinking spirits. It is very easy to find an AA meeting in Tucson and in all of Southern Arizona. There are a total of 480 meetings weekly at 140 locations. The most popular ones include Benson Sobriety House, 22nd Street Baptist Church, Catalina Wednesday Night Meeting, and many more.
AA meetings have been proven effective in saving people from the many physical and mental side effects of alcoholism. Don’t wait to get started! AA meetings are great ways to meet others in recovery.
The information listed in this page is for reference only. Schedules and location of meetings may change any time.