Find AA meetings in West Bridgewater, 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 West Bridgewater, Massachusetts
West Bridgewater is located in Plymouth County, Massachusetts; the town is located approximately 25 miles south of Boston and about 35 miles east of Providence, Rhode Island. Our online directory of aa meetings in West Bridgewater is available for those living or working in Plymouth County with alcohol use disorder. It is natural to have questions when you are brand new to the AA Massachusettes Alcoholics Anonymous AA program. A common question newcomers have is about AA lingo. Many sayings and catchphrases were originally coined by the program’s founders, Bob Smith, and Bill Wilson. In the years after AA was founded, other catchphrases became popular. Some AA terms were specifically created to protect group members’ anonymity.. Standard AA saying include the code phrase, “Friends of Bill W,” (public AA meetings may be announced using the code phrase). Working the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous, volunteering, and helping those newly sober are examples of “working the program.” This is reflected in the AA saying, “It works when you work it.” If you need assistance finding an AA meeting in Massachusetts, contact one of our addictions specialists. Inpatient or outpatient rehab programs are available in many cities and towns across the country.
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