Find AA Meetings in Farmington, New Mexico

Find AA meetings in Farmington, New Mexico to help you on your road to recovery. Our comprehensive directory of AA meetings in New Mexico 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
6:45 AM Hi Nooners Group Farmington Hi-Nooners Group -08 2650 La Plata Highway Farmington
12:00 PM Toll Free Group Toll Free Group 309 West Animas Street Farmington
12:00 PM Daybreak Group Farmington Daybreak Group -08 Online 312 North Orchard Avenue Farmington
12:00 PM 4th Dimension Group Farmington Fourth Dimension Group -08 404 West Animas Street Farmington
5:30 PM 4th Dimension Group Farmington Fourth Dimension Group -08 404 West Animas Street Farmington
7:00 PM Sisters in Sobriety Farmington Sisters in Sobriety Group -08 2650 La Plata Highway Farmington
12:00 PM Aztec Group East Chaco Street Aztec Group 123 East Chaco Street Aztec
7:00 PM Aztec Group East Chaco Street Aztec Group 123 East Chaco Street Aztec
8:00 PM Bloomfield Group North Church Street Meeting is part of D-8 307 North Church Street Bloomfield

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Farmington, New Mexico AA meetings

Farmington, New Mexico and the surrounding San Juan County comprise one of the four Metropolitan Statistical Areas in the state. The commercial hub for northwestern New Mexico and the Four Corners region of where the state borders Arizona, Utah, and Colorado, Farmington offers residents many resources, including treatment for alcohol use disorder. For many individuals, the road to recovery requires several types of treatment. For example, you may need medically supervised detox to manage withdrawal symptoms before you enter an inpatient alcohol rehab program and then transition out to regular Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings and family therapy sessions. However, wherever you are on your recovery journey, you can attend AA New Mexico meetings. AA does not require that you have a formal diagnosis, does not have an intake process, and does not charge any fees. AA meetings are generally held in public buildings multiple times a week—sometimes multiple times a day—and the only requirement to attend is having a desire to stop using alcohol. Find AA meetings in Farmington that meet your recovery needs in the directory. If you feel you also need other alcohol addiction treatment resources, call to speak to an addiction specialist about your options.

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AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

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Silverton (130.0 Miles Away)
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