Find AA Meetings in Middletown, Maryland

Find AA meetings in Middletown, Maryland to help you on your road to recovery. Our comprehensive directory of AA meetings in Maryland includes open, closed, speaker, and other specialized meetings, all of which are designed to help you get sober and remain sober.

Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
6:00 AM Morning Meditation Frederick Morning Meditation Online 12 East Church Street Frederick
6:45 AM Early Bird Group Frederick Early Bird Group Online 115 West 2nd Street Frederick
12:00 PM Red Door at Noon Red Door @ Noon Online 6909 Maryland Avenue Frederick
12:00 PM Club Noon Frederick Club Noon Online 205 Bucheimer Road Frederick
3:00 PM Host of Friends Frederick Host of Friends Online 12 East Church Street Frederick
5:30 PM The Keystone Group Frederick The Keystone Group 205 Bucheimer Road Frederick
5:30 PM Happy Hour Frederick Happy Hour Online 12 East Church Street Frederick
6:30 PM Back Alley Group Frederick Back Alley Group Online 8350 Pinecliff Park Road Frederick
7:00 PM Burning Desires Group Burning Desires Group 112 South King Street Shepherdstown
7:00 PM Sisters in Sobriety Frederick Sisters in Sobriety Online 115 W 2nd St Frederick
7:00 PM Boonsboro As Bill Sees It Boonsboro As Bill Sees It Online 64 South Main Street Boonsboro
7:00 PM As Bill Sees It Boonsboro As Bill Sees It Online Boonsboro
7:00 PM Awakening of the Spirit Awakening of the Spirit Online 115 West 2nd Street Frederick
7:30 PM Lovettsville Womens Step Meeting Lovettsville Women's Step Meeting Online 12942 Lutheran Church Road Lovettsville
8:00 PM One Step At A Time Frederick One Step At A Time Online 4548 Araby Church Road Frederick
8:30 PM Open Season Frederick Open Season 205 Bucheimer Road Frederick

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Middletown, Maryland AA meetings

Middletown is a small rural community in Frederick County, Maryland, and has been disturbed by cases of alcohol use disorder and alcohol addiction among several locals. Alcoholics Anonymous has, for decades now, committed its resources and personnel to ensure that residents battling with alcohol addiction can access all the support they need to overcome the addiction. Several AA meetings in Middletown have been established to offer treatment and adequate care to every resident battling alcohol addiction at no cost whatsoever. These meeting sessions are characterized by a serene and friendly atmosphere, well-tailored to ensure that no member is left behind regardless of their prevailing circumstance. AA meetings Maryland hosts have recorded several success stories, and among members are some who benefitted from recovery programs and achieved sobriety. Alcohol addiction treatment involves alcohol detoxification, thorough check-up and medical observations, and medications—all handled by trusted professionals. Participants then proceed with recovery programs, from counseling sessions to the 12-step approach technique, candlelight meetings, and therapy. Open meetings allow other residents to join sessions, and not only does this allow family and loved ones to join in for support, but it also helps participants heal from isolation (which is usually associated with addiction). Call our specialists today for inquiries.

AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

Not finding the meeting you are looking for in Middletown? Find other AA meetings in Maryland for more times, types and availabilities.

Frederick (4.3 Miles Away)
Jefferson (9.2 Miles Away)
Boonsboro (11.4 Miles Away)
Walkersville (16.0 Miles Away)
Brunswick (16.1 Miles Away)
Adamstown (16.1 Miles Away)
Point of Rocks (18.7 Miles Away)
Lovettsville (22.2 Miles Away)
Shepherdstown (22.5 Miles Away)
Ijamsville (22.9 Miles Away)
Smithsburg (23.4 Miles Away)
New Market (24.5 Miles Away)

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