Dartmouth, Massachusetts AA Meetings

Find AA meetings in Dartmouth, Massachusetts to help you on your road to recovery. Our comprehensive directory of AA meetings in Massachusetts includes open, closed, speaker, and other specialized meetings, all of which are designed to help you get sober and remain sober.

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Find AA meetings in Dartmouth, Massachusetts

Dartmouth, found in Bristol County, Massachusetts, United States, has a lot of residents that are struggling with alcohol abuse. This issue in the society has been and continues to be the cause of many dysfunctional lives and families. This makes it a matter that requires a great deal of awareness and care in the community. Founded by Bill Wilson and Dr. Bob in 1935, the non-profit fellowship Alcoholics Anonymous was formed with the need to help people struggling with alcohol abuse as they themselves were once a victim of the problem. Alcoholics Anonymous was able to exceed 2 million members in more than 150 countries by early 21st century. AA Massachusetts is open to people who are struggling with alcohol addiction and want to attend to their drinking problems regardless of their race, ethnicity and gender. To achieve this goal, Alcoholics Anonymous Massachusetts holds meetings on a regular basis to help its members to the best of its ability. As all AA meetings, AA meetings in Dartmouth MA carry out a carefully molded 12 step approach that can be rearranged to better cater to each individual. But, all AA meetings have the same 12 traditions as defined in the main governing book of Alcoholics Anonymous. Through these meetings, many people were able to help themselves and others get better and find a better path.

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