AA(Alcoholics Anonymous) Meetings in Saint Cloud MN

Good News Assembly Of God Church
712 17th Avenue South
Saint Cloud, MN, 56301
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Good News Assembly Of God Church
712 17th Avenue South
Saint Cloud, MN, 56301
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7:00 PM AA Meeting Directions
Place Of Hope
511 9th Avenue North
Saint Cloud, MN, 56303
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7:30 PM AA Meeting Directions
Atonement Lutheran Church
1144 29th Avenue North
Saint Cloud, MN, 56303
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7:00 PM AA Meeting Directions
Hope Covenant Church
336 4th Avenue South
Saint Cloud, MN, 56301
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6:00 PM AA Meeting Directions
First Presbyterian Church
373 4th Avenue South
Saint Cloud, MN, 56301
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7:30 PM AA Meeting Directions
Salvation Army
400 Highway 10 South
Saint Cloud, MN, 56304
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8:00 PM AA Meeting Directions
Saint Cloud Library
1300 West Saint Germain Street
Saint Cloud, MN, 56301
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12:30 PM AA Meeting Directions
Saint Cloud Library
1300 West Saint Germain Street
Saint Cloud, MN, 56301
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7:00 PM AA Meeting Directions
South Side Boys & Girls Club
1205 6th Avenue South
Saint Cloud, MN, 56301
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4:00 PM AA Meeting Directions
Salem Lutheran Church
90 Riverside Drive
Saint Cloud, MN, 56301
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7:00 PM AA Meeting Directions
Bethlehem Lutheran Church
4310 County Road 137
Saint Cloud, MN, 56301
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7:00 PM AA Meeting Directions
Atonement Lutheran Church
1144 29th Avenue North
Saint Cloud, MN, 56303
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10:00 AM AA Meeting Directions
Bethlehem Lutheran Church
4310 County Road 137
Saint Cloud, MN, 56301
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7:00 PM AA Meeting Directions

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AA(Alcoholics Anonymous) Meetings

AA(Alcoholics Anonymous) is an international mutual aid fellowship that supports across multiple language and cultures to overcome alcoholic addictions. AA's program extends beyond abstaining alcohol. Its goal is to effect enough change in the alcoholic's thinking "to bring about recovery from alcoholism" through "an entire psychic change," or spiritual awakening. AA meetings are held at multiple locations and throughout the week depending on the location. AA members are offered recovery based on a twelve step program including group meetings. There are no social, religious, economic, racial, ethnic, national, gender, or class-status membership restrictions. There are no dues or fees for meetings; in some cases people contribute in meetings to help cover the expenses incurred for the rent of facility space.

**We have no affiliation with AA Groups or Organizations and this information is just to make life easy for addicts in search of AA meetings within their interested locations.