Find AA Meetings in Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota

Find AA meetings in Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota to help you on your road to recovery. Our comprehensive directory of AA meetings in North Dakota 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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10:00 AM Choose Wisely Campaign Group Choose Wisely Campaign Group #000415855 Online Minot, ND Minot English   Literature   Open Meeting
10:00 AM 515 Group 515 Group #110759 515 5th Ave NW Minot Closed Meeting   English   Wheelchair Access
10:00 AM 700 Group 700 Group #110760 700 16th Ave SW Minot English
6:30 PM 700 Group 700 Group #110760 700 16th Ave SW Minot Candlelight   Closed Meeting   Discussion +   English   Wheelchair Access
8:00 PM 515 Group 515 Group #110759 515 5th Ave NW Minot Closed Meeting   English   Wheelchair Access

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Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota AA Meetings

As its name suggests, Minor Air Force Base is an Air Force installation in North Dakota’s Ward County region. The base is home to thousands of people and a few AA meetings in North Dakota that help these people with possible addiction challenges. AA meetings in Minor Air Force Base cater to those who have alcohol use disorder. AA does not have oversight by a centralized governance but it does the 12 Traditions of AA do dictate the governance of AA. The 12 Traditions of AA address questions of finances, purpose, public relations, donations, and public relations. The 12 Traditions of AA focus on the welfare of the group and its members. The group must be governed by a nameless hierarchy, and the ultimate purpose of its members is the welfare of the group over the individual. Moreover, the 12 Traditions prohibit AA groups from involving themselves in any business. While the 12 Traditions are fundamental to AA’s philosophy, they are also a practical guide for how AA groups should operate. You can learn more about the operations of local AA groups by attending meetings. Find listing of AA meetings in Minor Air Force Base in our directory. For help with formal rehab treatment that cannot be provided through AA meetings in North Dakota, call our specialists today.

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