Find AA Meetings in New Buffalo, Michigan

Find AA meetings in New Buffalo, Michigan to help you on your road to recovery. Our comprehensive directory of AA meetings in Michigan includes open, closed, speaker, and other specialized meetings, all of which are designed to help you get sober and remain sober.

Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
10:00 AM Morning Glory Michigan City Morning Glory - 21 211 East 6th Street Michigan City
11:30 AM Gratitude Group La Porte Gratitude Group 1621 Roberts Street La Porte
5:30 PM Double Bubble Double Bubble - 21 211 East 6th Street Michigan City
7:00 PM 12 Steps 12 Traditions 12 Steps 12 Traditions - 21 221 Charles Street Michigan City
7:00 PM Newcomers Group La Porte Newcomers Group 1621 Roberts Street La Porte
8:00 PM Real Life Big Book Group 8 00 PM Real Life Big Book Group 12 Michigan Street East Three Oaks

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New Buffalo, Michigan AA meetings

New Buffalo is a city located in Berrien County, Michigan. Though a small area, it still has some residents affected by alcohol addiction. Various reasons might lead to alcohol addiction. However, stress is one of the major ones. If you noticed that you started having drinking problems, it is recommended to avoid stressful situations as much as it is possible. AA meetings Michigan organizes groups of people that work together on each individual’s recovery process. They are all supportive and willing to help each other on their journey to a successful recovery. The process of recovery is not an abrupt process that can be solved overnight. Individuals might experience many withdrawal symptoms as well as possible relapses. Therefore, AA meetings in New Buffalo offer encouragement and a pleasant atmosphere for all good and bad times through your recovery process. There is even a possibility to choose the type of meeting you would like to attend. Types of meetings are divided mainly according to people’s preferences, such as open, closed, women’s only, LGBT, and many more. If you have never attended AA meetings before, a beginners type of meeting is our recommendation. There you will get all the necessary guidance and introduction to the tools and methods. Feel free to contact us for more details.

AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

Lakeside (8.7 Miles Away)
Long Beach (10.2 Miles Away)
Three Oaks (11.1 Miles Away)
Michigan City (15.4 Miles Away)
Rolling Prairie (16.4 Miles Away)
La Porte (20.5 Miles Away)
Bridgman (23.0 Miles Away)
Chesterton (31.2 Miles Away)
Buchanan (32.1 Miles Away)
Stevensville (33.5 Miles Away)
South Bend (34.3 Miles Away)
Berrien Springs (37.1 Miles Away)

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