Bolton, located in Worcester County is a town full of people that are daily affected by alcohol use. They might be affected in different ways including seeing a close relative or friend suffer from the addiction. AA Massachusetts is one of the countless outstanding communities of the Alcoholics Anonymous that prioritize helping alcohol users become and stay sober. A nonprofit fellowship of men and women found in more than 150 countries, Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) enables its members to share the outcome of their addiction and refrain from any further use of alcohol. AA practices community interventions that include forming new relationships, rebuilding old ones and strengthening one’s faith in God or any other higher power. AA meetings Bolton follow the 12 Steps, a carefully set principle members use to avoid relapse and stay sober. These meetings have helped thousands repair their relationships with loved ones, overcome fears and develop their skill sets. AA meetings are available to anyone regardless of the individual’s age, gender, ethnicity or background. To attend one of these meeting you can give us a phone call or go to our website to find the scheduled meetings and hopefully signup. Our AA community is dedicated to assist those suffering from alcohol addiction and help them become independent of alcohol.
Bolton, Massachusetts AA Meetings
- Please note that AA meeting locations and times tend to change often and quickly, so always check before assuming these times are accurate.
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