Find AA Meetings in Prince Frederick, Maryland

Find AA meetings in Prince Frederick, 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
7:00 AM North Beach North Beach 8912 Chesapeake Avenue North Beach
7:00 AM Sunrise Sobriety Dunkirk Sunrise Sobriety Dunkirk 37 Jewell Road Dunkirk
10:00 AM As Bill Sees It Lusby As Bill Sees It Lusby 9463 H G Trueman Road Lusby
12:00 PM A Vision For You Huntingtown A Vision For You 1250 Emmanuel Church Road Huntingtown
12:30 PM Bedouin Group Bedouin Group Online 901 Dares Beach Road Prince Frederick
12:30 PM Bedouin Group Bedouin Group Online 901 Dares Beach Road Prince Frederick
6:00 PM North Beach Big Book North Beach Big Book 8912 Chesapeake Avenue North Beach
7:00 PM Charlotte Hall Charlotte Hall 29449 Charlotte Hall Road Charlotte Hall
7:00 PM Basic Text Mechanicsville Basic Text Mechanicsville 28297 Old Village Road Mechanicsville
7:30 PM The Harmony Group Beginners Meeting The Harmony Group Beginners Meeting 155 East Mount Harmony Road Owings
7:30 PM Daily Reprieve Step Meeting Daily Reprieve Step Meeting 150 Ball Road St. Leonard
7:30 PM Daily Reflections Lusby Daily Reflections Lusby 20 Appeal Lane Lusby
8:30 PM Hughesville Thursday Evening Meeting Hughesville Thursday Evening Meeting 8505 Old Leonardtown Road Hughesville

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Prince Frederick, Maryland AA meetings

Prince Frederick is a small community in Calvert County, in the U.S. state of Maryland. Alcoholics Anonymous was established to assist individuals who struggle with substance use disorder. The method of assistance was done by the establishment of meetings, whereby persons affected by these substances are able to receive treatments, and those who need further assistance are referred to the various rehab centers and addiction recovery programs. Residents of Prince Frederick are able to access these meetings by way of the local directory listing. Persons who suffer from alcohol addiction should ensure that they receive the proper treatment as it may result in long-term treatment. The effects of these disorders are that they can lead to long illnesses and breakdown family structure. At the AA meetings in Prince Frederick, the treatment process consists of the 12-Step approach, medical detoxification, an inpatient facility program, medication supervision, counseling sessions. AA meetings Maryland are counseled by former members who were once part of the program and have now volunteered their time to assist. At the AA meetings Maryland warmth is displayed and members are allowed to speak openly about the experiences trying to stay drug-free, while there are others who prefer to have private sessions. Large and small group meetings are encouraged, also spiritual ones. Members are encouraged to be vigilant with the treatment process. As they would like to maintain sobriety and being alcohol-free.

AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

Huntingtown (6.1 Miles Away)
Port Republic (6.6 Miles Away)
St. Leonard (10.1 Miles Away)
Sunderland (13.7 Miles Away)
Chesapeake Beach (17.3 Miles Away)
Hughesville (17.4 Miles Away)
Owings (17.6 Miles Away)
Charlotte Hall (18.4 Miles Away)
Lusby (18.7 Miles Away)
Hollywood (20.9 Miles Away)
Dunkirk (23.5 Miles Away)
Waldorf (24.8 Miles Away)

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