There are several active groups in Illinois, Minnesota, Wisconsin. They aren't organized in a large organization like the WTS but they do exchange speakers with nearby groups, and have annual conferences that are recorded and posted online.
They vary in teachings greatly from those that base everything on the Studies in the Scriptures of Russell to those that barely mention him.
I met with a couple that were not ex-jws who became Bible Students, 4th generation Bible Students. Still sounded like jws in many ways. Still use the cross in their worship. Do look for people to teach their truth, many doing so online. Some move nearer a congregation when they get baptized. Women give talks and handle study groups in the more liberal ones.
Search a little bit in the US and you will find a group usually not to far from you. Some have websites and newsletters.
That was my first year out; my grandparents had been Bible Students and started the first congregation in my area...they all either left or switched over about 1931. I realized that many jws were totally ignorant about that time. 1959--Divine Purpose (which is a joke as a history book and out of date) 1975 Yearbook, and finally the 1993 Proclaimers book (carefully edited but still an eye opener for some jws enough to leave).
I found the group in Elgin, Illinois, to be a nice group who purchased a church. It has an attached kitchen and when a visiting speaker comes they have a potluck and everyone is invited. They have classes for children, child care room for children during the adult meeting, committees that organize and visit the sick, the lonely, the depressed, help with finances. They have live music presentations by people in their group. Much different from jws. Nobody is pressured to accept the old teachings of Russell, they just have moved on.