Find AA Meetings in Sheffield, Massachusetts

Find AA meetings in Sheffield, 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
6:45 AM I Dont Have a Clue I Dont Have a Clue Online 20 Franklin Street Lee
7:00 AM Lakeville Daybreak Group Lakeville Daybreak Group 41 Sharon Road Salisbury
12:00 PM Lakeville Nooners Group 634126 76 Sharon Road Salisbury
12:00 PM Keep it Simple Great Barrington Keep it Simple Great Barrington Online 251 Main Street Great Barrington
12:00 PM Grateful Lee Group Grateful Lee Group 20 Franklin Street Lee
5:30 PM Ray of Hope Lee Ray of Hope Lee Online 20 Franklin Street Lee
6:45 PM Sober On Saturday Lee Sober On Saturday 25 Park Plaza Lee
7:30 PM A Vision For You Group Hillsdale A Vision For You Group 9310 New York 22 Hillsdale
8:00 PM Canaan Young Peoples Group 687386 4 Church Street Canaan
8:00 PM Tower Group Stockbridge Tower Group Online 4 Main Street Stockbridge

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Sheffield, Massachusetts AA meetings

Sheffield is a town in Berkshire County, Massachusetts; it is part of the Pittsfield, Massachusetts Metropolitan Statistical Area and the town includes Egremont and Great Barrington villages. Our online directory of AA meetings in Sheffield may interest you if you have an alcohol addiction and live or work in Berkshire County. Whether you are new to the AA Massachusettes program, or you’re a seasoned AA member (old-timer) who recently moved to the area, Alcoholics Anonymous meetings in MA, such as those in Sheffield, will welcome you with open arms. Someone new to AA’s addiction recovery program may find it confusing. AA is a fellowship of those in recovery dedicated to helping others overcome addiction. People who have been in Alcoholics Anonymous for some time and have worked the 12 Steps (called “old-timers”) teach newcomers about the Steps and integrate them into daily life. AA group members focus on Step work in addition to regular meetings and service (volunteer) jobs. A newcomer is taught about AA’s 12 Traditions and the 12 Steps and integrating these spiritual principles into their day-to-day lives. There are no dues or fees for membership in AA, and anyone can join the group provided they want to stop drinking. Members may not offer advice to other members during meeting discussions. If you need a more structured addiction treatment program (such as a 24/7 residential program), we can help. Call one of our experienced treatment professionals to learn more about the inpatient and outpatient rehab programs available near you.

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AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

Canaan (7.7 Miles Away)
Egremont (8.7 Miles Away)
Great Barrington (9.5 Miles Away)
Salisbury (11.5 Miles Away)
Copake Falls (12.5 Miles Away)
Hillsdale (15.9 Miles Away)
Millerton (18.8 Miles Away)
Lee (24.8 Miles Away)
Colebrook (25.3 Miles Away)
West Stockbridge (27.1 Miles Away)
Ghent (27.5 Miles Away)
Philmont (28.9 Miles Away)

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