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Alcoholics Anonymous is well-known throughout the United States and around the world. There are plenty of AA meetings in Texas and you can find them below. Our listings are regularly updated, so please feel free to bookmark this page. With our up-to-date AA meeting directory, we can also help you find AA meetings near Texas and elsewhere.

What are AA Meetings All About?

The international fellowship of Alcoholics Anonymous finds its origin in the work of its founder, Bill Wilson. He wrote a book called Alcoholics Anonymous, today known as The Big Book. Published in 1939 and still in print, it contains some of the tenets that later evolved into the 12 Steps of AA and 12 Traditions of AA

Alcoholics Anonymous has grown exponentially and Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings can be found all over the world. AA meetings in Texas make it possible for self-confessed alcoholics to find the help and support that they need — all within the context of a community of people who can identify with each other.

Even though they all have one central purpose, AA meetings formats vary. Some feature a main speaker and others are centered around group discussions. No personal information is required of anyone and no one has to talk if they do not want to. No money is required of anyone who attends.

Choosing the Right AA Meeting in Texas

Location is an obvious and important factor that will come into play when you decide which AA meeting in Texas to attend. However, it is not the only thing you should take into consideration. Meeting formats vary and group members differ. Your personal preferences will become apparent once you visit different locations.

Before you attend a session, you might want to know whether it is an “open” or “closed” meeting. “Open” AA meetings are open to friends, family, and anyone who wishes to attend. “Closed” meetings are reserved for alcoholics. 

AA meetings in Texas vary in format, and if you are new to the community at large, it is a good idea to attend one that is focused on discussing the 12 steps of Alcoholics Anonymous and 12 traditions of Alcoholics Anonymous. However, it is more important to simply attend an AA meeting nearby. You can then ask questions and determine whether you would like to return or visit another group nearby.

Finding an AA group that you are comfortable with can take some time. When you find one that you think will suit you best, you can consider it your home group. After some time, you can track your progress with a sobriety calculator.

Taking Advantage of AA Meetings

If you attend an AA meeting in Texas and want to take full advantage of what it has to offer, it is a good idea to maintain a positive attitude and be open to the learning opportunities that you will encounter. Over the decades, members of AA groups all over the world have achieved a life of sobriety.

Having a home group is also important. A home group is one that you attend regularly and participate in. If you are comfortable talking to someone within the group who has a few years of sobriety under their belt, it is a good idea to do so. They can keep you accountable, and in Alcoholics Anonymous lingo, they become your sponsor.

With that said, you can be proud of yourself for seeking help. Our list of AA meetings in Texas is regularly updated, so please bookmark this page. We can just as easily help you find AA meetings near Texas or elsewhere.

When you have made some progress, please see how far you have come with our sobriety calculator.

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