Find AA Meetings in Ashland, New Hampshire

Find AA meetings in Ashland, New Hampshire to help you on your road to recovery. Our comprehensive directory of AA meetings in New Hampshire 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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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
7:30 AM Attitude Adjustment Group Plymouth Attitude Adjustment Group Plymouth Online 231 Main Street Plymouth
7:30 AM Early Step Group Laconia Early Step Group Online 18 Veterans Square Laconia
9:00 AM Beginners Awareness Group Laconia Beginners Awareness Group 92 Pine Street Laconia
9:00 AM Beginners at Home Group Beginners at Home Group Online Laconia
11:00 AM Covered Bridge AM Group Covered Bridge AM Group 11 School Street Plymouth
3:00 PM Afternoon Delight Group Laconia Afternoon Delight Group 71b Beacon Street West Laconia
7:00 PM Saturday Night Original Group Plymouth Saturday Night Original Group Plymouth Main Street Plymouth
7:00 PM Saturday Night Big Book Study Group Saturday Night Big Book Study Group 18 Veterans Square Laconia
7:00 PM Lakes Region Young Peoples Group Lakes Region Young People's Group 22 Pleasant Street Laconia

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Ashland, New Hampshire AA meetings

Ashland is a town in Grafton County, New Hampshire. There are AA meetings in Ashland set up to offer assistance to the residents in the area with alcohol use disorder (AUD). You can find information about these meetings within this directory, or continue browsing for other AA meetings in NH. Alcohol use disorder is a clinical condition where an individual struggles to stop misusing alcohol, even though it might be causing them problems due to its adverse effects. AUD is quite difficult to recover from because of the accessibility, legality, high cultural acceptability, and the promotion of alcohol globally. Group support therapies such as AA, or Alcoholics Anonymous, provide the necessary knowledge, techniques, and guidance that significantly aid any attempt to stop using alcohol and attain long-lasting sobriety. AA meetings provide safe, highly supportive, compassionate, and confidential environments where people with alcohol use disorder can go to learn how to cope with, and eventually overcome the condition. There are several different types of AA meetings including discussion meetings, 12-step meetings, speaker meetings, and more. You can get a great deal of support from AA meetings in Ashland, but they are not intended to be formal rehab treatments. Contact our specialists today if you are looking for options that can provide more than what is possible with AA meetings in NH.

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AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

Meredith (8.8 Miles Away)
Plymouth (9.4 Miles Away)
Center Harbor (10.1 Miles Away)
Moultonborough (16.3 Miles Away)
Campton (17.7 Miles Away)
Bristol (17.8 Miles Away)
Carroll County (18.9 Miles Away)
Laconia (19.5 Miles Away)
Gilford (23.1 Miles Away)
Belmont (26.6 Miles Away)
Franklin (29.0 Miles Away)
Danbury (30.1 Miles Away)

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