Webster, Massachusetts AA Meetings

Find AA meetings in Webster, 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 Webster, Massachusetts

Webster is a town in Worcester County, Massachusetts. If you live or work in the local area and search for an addiction recovery program, our online directory of AA meetings in Webster may help. Membership in the AA addiction recovery program is available to anyone who wants to quit drinking. Webster is a town in Worcester County, Massachusetts. If you live or work in the local area and search for an addiction recovery program, our online directory of AA meetings in Webster may help. Membership in the AA Massachussetts addiction recovery program is available to anyone who wants to quit drinking. Recovery, unity, and service are considered three critical elements of AA’s program. The recovery process is straightforward, it involves going to meetings, getting a sponsor, and working the 12 Steps. Unity is about each AA group member coming together; no single person is in charge. Finally, service involves volunteer work that directly or indirectly helps newcomers achieve sobriety. Meeting service may be as simple as setting up the meeting room before a meeting, cleaning it up afterward, or greeting newcomers. If you are an experienced AA member, commonly referred to as an “old-timer,” service work may involve signing up as a speaker to tell your recovery story or becoming an AA sponsor.

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