Find AA Meetings in Chilmark, Massachusetts

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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
6:45 AM Early Bird Tisbury Early Bird Tisbury 66 William St Tisbury
12:00 PM St Andrews Parish House Tuesdays at 12 PM St Andrews Parish House Tuesdays at 12 PM 51 Winter Street Edgartown
5:15 PM Big Book Discussion Tisbury Big Book Discussion 66 William St Tisbury
8:00 PM Closed Step Tisbury Closed Step Tisbury 66 William St Tisbury

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Chilmark, Massachusetts AA meetings

Chilmark is a town located on Martha’s Vineyard in Dukes County, Massachusetts, United States. It is known to be home for many individuals that are struggling with alcohol addiction. Alcohol users are often disconnected from loved ones and society as a whole. This exclusion causes the individual to be mentally unstable and socially introverted. But this doesn’t imply that alcohol addiction can’t be cured and that the individual can’t achieve sobriety. If addicts receive professional help they would be able to fix their drinking issues. AA Massachusetts is among the many AA societies that are committed in helping excessive alcohol users overcome their addiction. Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is a nonprofit, international and voluntary organization founded by Dr. Bob Smith and Bill Wilson to support alcohol users that are battling their addiction. Similar to how many obese patients won’t try to exercise or diet until a horrifying heart attack, alcohol users that are highly addicted to alcohol are the ones who heavily participate in the AA. Unfortunately, these symptomatic Alcohol users are the one who have the most broken relationships. This makes it very important that they form new relationships that would help them as a support system in the AA community. AA meetings in Chilmark provide a platform where individuals having the same issues can come and help each other achieve sobriety. We take our members’ privacy very seriously. An attendant’s or a member’s name would only be displayed using initials of the individuals first and last name. Due to this our members feel a lot more comfortable while verbalizing their thoughts and feelings. You are very welcome if you want to join our community and become a member. You can always go through our website for more information.

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AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

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