Find AA Meetings in Waldorf, Maryland

Find AA meetings in Waldorf, 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
11:30 AM Andrews Suitland Andrews Group 6016 Allentown Road Suitland
12:00 PM The Inspiration Group The Inspiration Group Online 11610 Rubina Place Waldorf
1:00 PM Andrews Suitland Andrews Group 6016 Allentown Road Suitland
6:30 PM Clinton 6 30 Clinton 6:30 9314 Piscataway Road Clinton
7:00 PM Back to Basics La Plata Back to Basics La Plata Online 1200 Charles Street La Plata
7:00 PM Charlotte Hall Charlotte Hall 29449 Charlotte Hall Road Charlotte Hall
7:00 PM Stepping Sober Group Step Meeting Stepping Sober Group Step Meeting 8470 Marshall Corner Road Pomfret
7:00 PM Basic Text Mechanicsville Basic Text Mechanicsville 28297 Old Village Road Mechanicsville
8:00 PM Nueva Ilusion Nueva Ilusion 6505 Old Branch Avenue Temple Hills
8:00 PM Andrews Suitland Andrews Group 6016 Allentown Road Suitland
8:30 PM Hughesville Thursday Evening Meeting Hughesville Thursday Evening Meeting 8505 Old Leonardtown Road Hughesville
8:30 PM Saint Charles Step Meeting Saint Charles Step Meeting Online 11610 Rubina Place Waldorf
8:30 PM Accokeek Accokeek 600 Farmington Road West Accokeek

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Waldorf, Maryland AA meetings

Located 23 miles southeast of Washington, D.C., Waldorf is a large census-designated place in Charles County, Maryland. If you would like support with a decision to quit drinking, Alcoholics Anonymous offers AA meetings in Waldorf. You can find information on times, locations, and contact numbers for AA meetings in Waldorf, as well as other AA meetings Maryland, in our online directory. AA meetings in Waldorf offer a warm, friendly atmosphere where you can learn about and take part in the 12 Step program to recovery. You’re also encouraged to bring along any family members or friends for moral support. AA meetings in Waldorf are led by veteran AA members who have benefited from the organization’s 12 Step program and want to help others succeed on their path to sobriety. AA has helped millions of people stay on their path to recovery. However, AA does not provide professional treatment for alcohol use disorder. Treatment usually starts with a detox process where an addictions specialist will supervise your withdrawal from alcohol and prescribe medications, if you’d like, to help manage your withdrawal symptoms. Cognitive and behavioral therapy options are also available to help you heal emotionally and give you the mental tools to live a healthy life. If you’d like help finding professional treatment in your area, our addiction specialists can help. They’re available to answer your call 24/7.

AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

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Accokeek (9.4 Miles Away)
Pomfret (10.3 Miles Away)
Fort Washington (12.9 Miles Away)
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Cheltenham (14.4 Miles Away)
Clinton (14.9 Miles Away)
Hughesville (15.4 Miles Away)
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Temple Hills (19.3 Miles Away)

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