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Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico AA meetings
While stationed at Holloman Air Force Base in Otero County, New Mexico, you may receive highly specialized training, education, and other military resources. You may also need additional resources to address alcohol misuse. Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is often one of the most accessible resources for individuals who want to stop using alcohol. AA meetings in Holloman Air Force Base are held in public buildings typically on most or all days of the week at multiple times, are confidential, and are free of charge. You are not required to have a formal alcohol addiction diagnosis or even to have achieved a specified metric of sobriety to attend—the only requirement is a desire to stop using alcohol. The openness of this peer support community often makes it the first step an individual takes toward recovery, but the framework also makes AA a helpful support for transitioning out of inpatient treatment or supplementing outpatient treatment, such as individual or family therapy. To find AA New Mexico meetings—on or off base—search the directory. To find professional treatment, such as a detox facility to help you get through alcohol withdrawal, call to speak with one of our alcohol treatment specialists about your options.