Find AA Meetings in New Bedford, Massachusetts

Find AA meetings in New Bedford, 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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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
9:00 AM Serenity Sisters 2 Serenity Sisters II 35 Kearsarge Street New Bedford
5:00 PM Brothers In Arms New Bedford Brothers In Arms New Bedford 360 Coggeshall Street New Bedford
7:00 PM South Side South Side 121 Mt Pleasant St New Bedford
7:00 PM Luz Da Noite Portuguese Luz Da Noite Portuguese 157 Davis Street New Bedford
8:00 AM Saturday Morning Little Compton Saturday Morning 182 Willow Avenue Little Compton
8:00 AM Recovery Cafe Recovery Cafe 67 Main Street Acushnet
10:00 AM Saturdays in the Park Saturdays in the Park 514 Park Avenue Portsmouth
10:30 AM Live And Learn Live And Learn 67 Main Street Acushnet
11:00 AM Old Courthouse Old Courthouse 11 Gibbs Avenue Wareham
5:00 PM High Five High Five 144 Front Street Marion
6:30 PM Solution Solution 783 Dartmouth Street Dartmouth
7:30 PM Freedom to Live Freedom to Live 12 Highland Avenue Westport

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New Bedford, Massachusetts AA meetings

New Bedford is the sixth-largest city in Massachusetts, in Bristol County, United States.
This location has several homes being impacted by alcohol use disorder (AUD), which adversely impact their lives and livelihood. AUD leads to a specific state of vulnerability with an inability to make sober decisions. The problem causes a breakdown in domestic affairs, as well as negatively impacts the economic climate. AA meetings in New Bedford develop part of the worldwide network of the 12 step approach programs, which belongs to an international network of alcoholics anonymous, where people may easily source aid. Research studies have shown that over eighty percent of alcoholics do not look for aid because they are unsure where to go, or they lack the confidence to ask for help. AA Massachusetts meetings have altered that, as there are numerous locations throughout the state and also the nation. People that were previously alcoholics anonymous meetings to provide well-need advice to aid to recoup from alcoholism and accomplish full, continual recuperation. AA meetings mainly make use of a 12-step technique, which has actually been confirmed to have a high success rate. AA meetings provide top-level treatment and also support for people looking forward to attaining full healing. AA meetings in New Bedford offer a method for the individual with AUD looking for aid in relation to dependency healing.

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AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

Fairhaven (2.5 Miles Away)
Dartmouth (4.8 Miles Away)
Acushnet (5.4 Miles Away)
Westport (9.6 Miles Away)
Mattapoisett (9.9 Miles Away)
East Freetown (12.8 Miles Away)
Marion (16.0 Miles Away)
Fall River (18.0 Miles Away)
Tiverton (18.3 Miles Away)
Wareham (22.5 Miles Away)
Berkley (23.1 Miles Away)
Lakeville (23.3 Miles Away)

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