Attending mutual aid support group meetings is an important part of the recovery process. People in recovery attend meetings to help themselves and help others. Members of the Alabama Collegiate Recovery Community are expected to attend and fully embrace a recovery lifestyle. This “Find a Meeting” page is designed to help all who have a desire to stop using locate a meeting on campus and in the Tuscaloosa area.
|Monday||Noon||Al-Anon||Hybrid: CRC South Lawn Office Building Room 1002 & Zoom ID: 294 271 437
|Tuesday||7 p.m.||Eating Disorders Anonymous||CRC South Lawn Office Building Room 1002|
|Wednesday||7 p.m.||Tuscaloosa Young People||CRC South Lawn Office Building Room 1002|
|Thursday||Noon||Al-Anon||Hybrid: CRC South Lawn Office Building Room 1002 & Zoom ID: 294 271 437|
|Thursday (Aug. 25th-Nov. 17th)||7 p.m.||Recovery Night||Farrah Hall Room 120|
|Friday||7 p.m.||Tuscaloosa Young People||CRC South Lawn Office Building Room 1002|
* The University of Alabama does not affiliate with any particular 12-step denomination or other specific type of mutual aid support group. Our on campus and virtual spaces are open to all and can be reserved by various autonomous groups who wish to carry their messages of hope and support surrounding different types of addiction and recovery.
Search for AA meetings held in the greater Tuscaloosa area.
Get out there and find a meeting that works for you and Keep coming back!