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Lincoln County, Mo. - It's okay to ask for help.

Those who are seeking meetings to discuss alcholol addiction can attend Alcoholics Anonymous in Lincoln County.

For those who would like to attend A.A., here is a list of meetings in the Lincoln County Area. 

Alcoholics Anonymous is an international fellowship of men and women who stuggle with a drinking addiction. 

It is nonprofessional, self-supporting, multiracial, apolitical and available almost everywhere. 

There are no age or education requirements. Membership is open to anyone who wants to do something about his or her drinking problem.

Lincoln County has local meeting areas for anyone to attend, some are online and others are in person. 

There are also closed sessions only for those who desire to stop drinking. A.A. Meetings near Troy: 

• Sunday 7 p.m. Hawk Point, St. Mary’s Church, Parish Hall. 

• Monday 7 p.m. Troy, Krumbly Burger. 

• Tuesday 7 p.m. Troy, Zion UCC 725 Main St. 

• Tuesday 7 p.m. Elsberry, 1st. Christ Church 6th and Broadway.

• Wednesday 10:30 a.m. Troy, Zion UCC 725 Main St. In person and in Zoom [Closed]

• Wednesday 7 p.m. Troy, Moscow Mills Methodist Church. [Closed]

• Thursday 7 p.m. Troy, Krumbly Burger.

• Thursday 7 p.m. Winfield, Winfield Baptist Church, 3700 State Highway 47.

• Friday 7:30 p.m. Troy Lincoln Co Council on Aging, 1380 Boone Street. 

• Friday 8 p.m. Troy, Zion UCC 725 Main St. 

For A.A. meetings near you, download the free “meeting guide” app for the Mobile device.