Buddhist Recovery in Atlanta Georgia Area

Buddhist Friends of Bill W.


Decatur - Monday at 8:00 PM, Wednesday at Noon, and Thursday at 7:30 PM  at Shambhala Meditation Center

Shambhala Meditation Center of Atlanta at 1447 Church Street Decatur, GA 30030.  We usually meet in the main shirne room, but sometimes there will be a sign telling you to go to some other location in the center.  The name of the group is "One Breath at a Time".  We start off with 10 minutes of sitting meditation, then read from selected literature on Buddhism and the 12 Steps.  After that it's just like a regular open discussion meeting.    For more information contact Tom at 404-237-6968

Roswell - Sunday at 6:30

Bodhi Tree Recovery Group.  114 Sloan Street, Roswell Ga.  For more information contact Shea at 678-644-1601.

Woodstock/Kennesaw area -  Thursday at 7:00 PM  (There is also  a meeting  focused on meditation only on Tuesday at 7:00 PM)

One Breath at a Time; A study of the twelve steps from a Buddhist perspective.  The Center for Yoga,  1205 Parkside Lane, Suite 1204, Woodstock, Ga 30189.  For more information contact Forrest at 770-856-8323

Refuge Recovery Johns Creek and Midtown

Refuge Recovery - Johns Creek - Tuesday  7:30pm to 8:30pm - DecisionPoint Wellness 10700 State Bridge Rd #6, Johns Creek, GA 30022
Refuge Recovery - Midtown - Thursday 7:00pm to 8:00pm - Foundations Atlanta 1708 Peachtree St. NW, Suite 300, Atlanta, GA 30309

Refuge Recovery Contact:      RefugeATL@gmail.com
                                                Meeting website: https://twohandssangha.org/programs/
                                                Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/RefugeRecoveryAtlanta
                                                585-348-PATH (7284)

Listing of Buddhist Recovery meetings all over the world are availiable on the  Buddhist Recovery Network


If you know of other meetings that should be listed here, contact Tom at  404-237-6968

Note - The status of these meetings is not clear and may change faster than I change this web site.   They may or may not be considered offical AA or NA meetings and may not be listed in any of the directories.  All are welcome.

If you are in AA, NA, Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Annonymous, or any other 12 step recovery program, you may like these meetings.  If  you are a Buddhist, or are interested in Buddhism or meditation, you may like these meetings.