National 12 Step Meetings
Anonymous 12 Step Groups
is a growing repository of meeting data for all well-known established 12 step groups. From coast-to-coast, this is a growing and free resource to update meetings for all anonymous 12 step groups. The purpose is simple. Provide necessary logistics via maps, precisely the location of a community of people seeking recovery in a private setting. Often times, there isn’t one resource that compiles the meeting locations for all groups, thereby making attendance quite difficult and threatening to one’s recovery. We hope that with your participation, we collectively are able to achieve this goal.
“Many have recovered from a seemingly hopeless state of mind.”
- Step 1 “We Admitted We Were Powerless…” Explanation by an Anonymous Member
- Step 2 “Came To Believe…” Explanation by an Anonymous Member
- Step 3 “Made A Decision…” Explanation by an Anonymous Member
- Step 4 “Made A Searching And Fearless…” Explanation by an Anonymous Member
- Step 5 “Admitted To God, To Ourselves…” Explanation by an Anonymous Member
- Step 6 “We’re Entirely Ready…” Explanation by an Anonymous Member
- Step 7 “Humbly Asked Him…” Explanation by an Anonymous Member
- Step 8 “Made A List Of All Persons…” Explanation by an Anonymous Member
- Step 9 “Made Direct Amends…” Explanation by an Anonymous Member
- Step 10 “Continued To Take Personal Inventory…” Explanation by an Anonymous Member
- Step 11 “Sought Through Prayer and Meditation…” Explanation by an Anonymous Member
- Step 12 “Having Had A Spiritual Awakening…” Explanation by an Anonymous Member
Some meetings are known as dual-identity groups which encourage attendance from certain demographics Some areas have, for example, women’s groups; men’s groups; and gay, lesbian, and transgendered groups. There are also in some areas beginner’s groups as well as “old-timer” groups that limit who can share, or speak during the meeting, by the length of time the members have in that fellowship.
12 Step Meetings & Anonymous Support Groups is a the resource for cataloging all meetings of all groups in the country.
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