Southborough, Massachusetts AA Meetings

Find AA meetings in Southborough, 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 Southborough, Massachusetts

Southborough is a city in Worcester County, Massachusetts; the town incorporates the smaller villages of Cordaville, Fayville, and Southville. Those residing in Worcester County who are coping with alcohol use disorders may want to view our online directory of AA meetings in Southborough. Our online directory of AA Massachusettes meetings offers a list of various AA meeting dates and times in Southborough and the surrounding areas. Meetings in our directory include open and closed discussion group meetings, speaker meetings, gender-specific meetings, specialty meetings, and more. Meetings that are only offered to those who wish to stop using alcohol are called “closed AA meetings.” Closed discussion meetings are not as formal as other AA meetings. Participation in closed meetings is encouraged, but you are not expected to talk if you are new to the group; many newcomers simply listen at their first meeting. Some closed meetings of Alcoholics Anonymous involve group members discussing how each member integrates the 12 Steps into daily life. The group leader of an open AA discussion meeting acts as the facilitator. The group leader makes sure introductions are made and facilitates the group discussion. Open meetings tend to focus on topics related to AA’s 12 Steps and the AA program in general; the overall goal of open meetings is to educate group participants. Open meetings can teach you how AA works, the benefits of the program, and inform you about the things AA can’t provide (for example, AA cannot guarantee that a person will stay sober). Contact one of our trained treatment specialists today if you need information about various types of addiction treatment available, including inpatient or outpatient rehab.

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