Stockbridge, Massachusetts AA Meetings

Find AA meetings in Stockbridge, 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 Stockbridge, Massachusetts

Stockbridge is Berkshire County in western Massachusetts; it is part of the Pittsfield, Massachusetts, Metropolitan Statistical Area. Stockbridge is a year-round resort area in Massachusetts. Newcomers and experienced AA members (called “old-timers”) can join AA meetings in Stockbridge. Our online database of AA Massachusetts meetings can assist you in finding local addiction recovery groups. The AA directory has various types of meetings listed, including open meetings, meetings for special interests, meetings for beginners, and Step, Tradition, and Big Book meetings. The kinds of AA meetings may be very confusing to a beginner. The following is a breakdown of the different types of meetings. Anyone interested in AA can attend Alcoholics Anonymous open meetings, which educate participants about the program. Some open meetings include speakers. Speakers are experienced AA members in sobriety who share their stories of AA recovery with the other group members. Meetings for men or women only, meetings for young people (usually those in their late teens or early twenties), meetings for doctors or lawyers, or LGBT groups are examples of special interest groups. AA’s beginners’ meetings are facilitated by a sober AA member with some experience in AA. A beginners’ meeting is often utilized a discussion group format with questions and answers to help beginners learn about AA; these meetings may also discuss Steps one, two, or three. “The Big Book” is the primary source used in AA for understanging the 12 Steps and 12 Traditions.

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