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Find AA meetings in Chatham, Massachusetts
Chatham is a town found in The County of Barnstable, Massachusetts. It is home for many people that are daily affected by the excessive use of alcohol. Intoxication induced aggressive and manipulative behaviors can lead to many broken relationships and families. These damages would get harder and harder to fix as time goes by if the addict doesn’t receive professional help and address his or her drinking issue. If an addict is determined to quit drinking, he or she can be sober with just a little bit of help and support. AA Massachusetts is one of the many branches of the Alcoholics Anonymous. Alcoholics Anonymous is a nonprofit organization formed to aid individuals under the influence of alcohol and to help them overcome their addiction. Unfortunately, if an individual has been addicted to alcohol for a long period of time it is very likely that past intoxication behaviors have highly damaged or worse, ended the alcohol user’s relationships. These relationships could have played a huge part during the user’s journey to sobriety. And due to the lack of it, it’s important for alcohol users to form new and stable relationships within the AA community. Chatham AA meetings provide the perfect environment for making new friends and forming new relationships. These new relationships and a strong faith are very important for achieving Sobriety. That’s why we try to incorporate them in our AA meetings as much as possible. Chatham AA meetings are very suitable to meet new people with similar struggles and hardships. Under the protection of our confidentiality, a member would be able to freely attend the meetings. A member’s name would only be displayed using the initials of the individuals first and last name. Our doors are always open for anyone willing to overcome their alcohol addiction.