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Tulsa has seen a rise in the number of cases of alcoholism and substance abuse over the last few years. Whether it is the individual lives that get affected because of addiction or the financial burden it places on the economy, the negative impacts can be disastrous. Alcoholics Anonymous plays an important role in handling this situation to some extent.

  • Beginner's Big Book Study Group Alcoholics Anonymous

    Fellowhship Congregational Church
    2900 S. Harvard tulsa, OK 74105, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 74105

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    12:00:00
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  • Beginner's Big Book Study Group Alcoholics Anonymous

    Fellowhship Congregational Church
    2900 S. Harvard tulsa, OK 74105, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 74105

    Tuesday
    12:00:00
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  • Beginner's Big Book Study Group Alcoholics Anonymous

    Fellowhship Congregational Church
    2900 S. Harvard tulsa, OK 74105, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 74105

    Wednesday
    12:00:00
    Direction
  • Beginner's Big Book Study Group Alcoholics Anonymous

    Fellowhship Congregational Church
    2900 S. Harvard tulsa, OK 74105, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 74105

    Friday
    12:00:00
    Direction
  • Beginner's Big Book Study Group Alcoholics Anonymous

    Fellowhship Congregational Church
    2900 S. Harvard tulsa, OK 74105, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 74105

    Saturday
    12:00:00
    Direction
  • Beginnger's Big Book Study Group Alcoholics Anonymous

    Fellowhship Congregational Church
    2900 S. Harvard tulsa, OK 74105, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 74105

    Thursday
    12:00:00
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  • Celebrate Recovery Alcoholics Anonymous

    Southern Hills Baptist Church
    5590 S. Lewis Ave, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 74105

    Friday
    18:00:00
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  • La Nueva Vida Alcoholics Anonymous


    1500 Irving St, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 74106

    Friday
    14:30:00
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  • Lambda Unity Alcoholics Anonymous

    Community Of Hope
    2545 S Yale Ave, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 74114

    Wednesday
    19:00:00
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  • Lambda Unity Alcoholics Anonymous

    Community Of Hope
    2545 S Yale Ave, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 74114

    Friday
    19:00:00
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  • Lambda Unity Alcoholics Anonymous

    Community Of Hope
    2545 S Yale Ave, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 74114

    Saturday
    17:30:00
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  • Open Arms Alcoholics Anonymous

    Dry Dock
    New London Square, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 74105

    Saturday
    21:00:00
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  • S.O.S. Sharing our Sobriety Alcoholics Anonymous

    Tulsa, OK
    Unanimity Club tulsa, OK 74137, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 74137

    Tuesday
    17:30:00
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  • Twelve & Twelve Group Alcoholics Anonymous

    St Luke's Episcopal Church
    4819 E. 9th tulsa, OK 74112, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 74112

    Wednesday
    19:03:00
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  • Twelve & Twelve Group Alcoholics Anonymous

    St Luke's Episcopal Church
    4819 E. 9th tulsa, OK 74112, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 74112

    Saturday
    19:30:00
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  • Northeast Central Service Office

    Tulsa, OK, 74101
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/Tulsa+OK+74101

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  • Northeast Oklahoma

    4833 S Sheridan Rd #410, Tulsa, OK 74145, United States
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/4833+S+Sheridan+Rd+#410+Tulsa+OK+74145+United+States

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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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Tulsa AA Meetings Overview

Just like the other cities of the United States, Tulsa Oklahoma shows an increasing trend when alcohol related statistics are studied. According to the NSDUH report by SAMHSA, 22.1% of adults aged 12 years and above were involved in binge drinking in the city in the past one month. One report by the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services states that Oklahoma has the 11th highest rate of alcohol poisoning in the nation. Although Alcoholics Anonymous plays its part to some extent to tackle this worsening situation, more efforts are needed to bring these statistics down. 

For this reason, several AA meetings Tulsa are held on a daily basis so that anyone who wishes to leave their addictive behaviors behind can join a meeting and move towards recovery through the guidance and support of their fellow members. These groups include Beginner’s Big Book Study Group, Lambda Unity Alcoholics Anonymous, Open Arms Alcoholics Anonymous, and others. These groups provide a safe and conducive space for the members where they can learn to manage their emotions and triggers in a healthy manner and achieve recovery. They are also taught ways on how to prevent relapse.

How Do Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings In Tulsa, Oklahoma Look?

AA Tulsa groups hold regular meetings every week with the same generalized pattern that involves a set number of members and one group moderator. The responsibilities of the moderator include welcoming and introducing new members of a group to make them feel acceptable, overseeing the proceedings of the session, making sure that everyone gets an equal opportunity to express themselves, and most importantly, to maintain decorum in the sessions so there is no kind of judgment, criticism, or bullying of any kind from any group member. 

Some Al Anon Tulsa meetings are gender specific with some open only to men whereas others open to only women. Then there are the LGBTQ+ group meetings where members of this community can join without the fear of being bullied or criticized. In Tulsa AA meetings, the 12 steps of the Big Book are studied and each member is taught how to apply that step in their daily lives to become much better versions of themselves which is far away from addiction. The experienced members serve as a beacon of light for the newcomers who follow their advice and guidance on how to remain abstinent and achieve ultimate sobriety.

Get The Most From An AA Meeting In Tulsa, Oklahoma

To get the most out of an Alcoholics Anonymous Tulsa meeting, everyone needs to express themselves and learn from each other’s expressions. As a newcomer, it is essential for a member to acknowledge his problem, speak up in meetings, and try to learn from the other member’s advice. Although it is not compulsory for the members to express themselves; nobody can force them if they don’t want to, but they must do so in order to get the most out of these meetups. It is the duty of the experienced members to guide the newcomers so they too can become sober and prevent relapse.

Need Help That AA Group Can’t Provide? Find Alcohol Rehab Centers In Tulsa, Oklahoma

Not all addiction cases can be solved through Alcoholics Anonymous; some cases that are far along require professional treatment at a drug and alcohol rehab facility. Once the members graduate from their treatment program, then they can join an AA group as part of an aftercare program. For anyone who is looking for rehab centers’ information, Addiction Resource provides a huge directory of related information. They also provide a 24/7 helpline where anyone can call and get the desired information about rehab centers in a particular city. Using that information, they can decide which particular center to choose.

Resources:

  1. Substance Use and Mental Disorders in the Tulsa MSA. SAMHSA. https://www.samhsa.gov/data/sites/default/files/NSDUHMetroBriefReports/NSDUHMetroBriefReports/NSDUH-Metro-Tulsa.pdf
  2. Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services. Oklahoma.gov. (2017). https://oklahoma.gov/content/dam/ok/en/odmhsas/documents/a0001/tulsa-alcohol-summit-tw-2016.pdf

For people struggling with illicit or prescription substances NA Meetings in Tulsa, Oklahoma are available.

For people seeking inpatient or outpatient treatment options rehab centers in Oklahoma 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.