Oak Hills Meeting

First Covenant Church
Sunday
10:00 AM
Sunday
12:30 PM

Women Seeking Recovery

Hamilton Club
Sunday
4:00 PM
Sunday
6:00 PM

Sunday Early Bird

Hamilton Club
Sunday
9:30 AM
Monday
12:30 PM
Monday
5:30 PM
Tuesday
12:30 PM
Tuesday
5:30 PM

Simply Ladies

48th Street Club
Tuesday
5:45 PM

Starting Over

25th and E
Tuesday
7:30 PM

Down Under Group

Hamilton Club
Tuesday
8:00 PM
Wednesday
12:30 PM
Wednesday
5:30 PM
Wednesday
8:00 PM
Thursday
12:30 PM

12 Step Group

Hamilton Club
Thursday
5:30 PM

Thursday Nite Live

Hamilton Club
Thursday
8:00 PM
Thursday
11:00 PM
Friday
12:30 PM

AA After Work

Hamilton Club
Friday
5:30 PM

Friday nighters

Hamilton Club
Friday
8:00 PM
Saturday
10:00 AM
Saturday
12:30 PM

Hami Big Book Study

Hamilton Club
Saturday
2:30 PM

Sat. Night Sober

Hamilton Club
Saturday
5:30 PM

Sat. Nite Sober

Hamilton Club
Saturday
8:30 PM

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Alcoholics Anonymous is a collective of international mutual aid fellowships made up of individuals who are dedicated to helping one another achieve a life of freedom from alcohol use disorder. More commonly referred to as AA, the organization was founded in 1935 and popularized the first 12-step program for overcoming alcohol addiction. These 12 steps are a group of principles that are aimed at dispelling the obsession to drink alcohol in order to help individuals live happier and fuller lives.

Alcoholics Anonymous meetings are non-professional, self-supporting, apolitical, and multiracial, and they are widely available to anyone regardless of age, gender, education level, or religious belief.

Continue your journey to sobriety by joining an AA meeting near you and reaching out to a community of individuals who are going through the same challenge. If you’re having difficulty finding Alcoholics Anonymous meetings in or near Omaha, Nebraska, please explore our AA resources by clicking the button below.