Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for AA membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions. AA is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization, or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy, neither endorses nor opposes any causes.
Today's AA Meetings
Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety. Unity Group. Calvary St. Georges Episcopal Church. Sound Reflections Group. Came to Believe Group. First Things First Group. Early Bird Women's Group Young peoples meeting aa near me. Bethsaida Community Building. Step Back Into Life Group. Eleventh Step Conscious Contact Group. Studio At Billings Forge. Lambda Group of AA. Triangle Community Center. Sunday Open Discussion Group. South Congregational Church.
Sunday Morning Breakfast Group. Sunday Serenity Group. Centerbrook Meetinghouse. Hooked On The Book Group. Community Health Resources. No Frills Group.
It's a Miracle Group. Grupo 28 de Julio. Grupo Hispano de Norwalk. Serenity in the Valley Group. Johnson Memorial Hospital. Out of the Dark Group. Sunday Barn Speaker Group.TUMBLR OLDER NAKED WOMEN
The Kitchen Table Group. Sunday Morning Serenity Group. As Women See it Group Women. Expect a Miracle Group. Tully Center, Conf Room C.
As Bill Sees It Group. Danbury Hospital Sun Morning Group. Danbury Hospital - 3rd Floor. Hardware City Group. New Hope Group. Daily Monday thru Sunday Group. Our Lady of Mercy Parish Hall. Sunday Morning Group. Sunday A. Almond Joy Group. Friendship Group.
Sunday Reflections Group. John Pettibone Community Center. Stillwater Group. Out To Lunch Bunch Group. Re-al Noon AA Group. Sunday Across the Hall Group. Not High Noon Group.Casey R. - AA Speakers - Young Person in Alcoholics Anonymous
Discussion, Newcomer, Open, Wheelchair Access. Daily Reflection Group. St Thomas Aquinas Church. Common Solution Group. Brunch Bunch Group. Trumbull Sunday Afternoon Group.
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Long Hill United Methodist Church. Steps on Sunday Group. I Can't Do it Alone Group. Open Hearth Meeting. Big Book, Open, Wheelchair Access. Unity Group Women. Sandy Hook Sunday Afternoon Group. Newtown Senior Citizens Center.
Sunday Solutions Group. Cheshire Sunday Afternoon Group. Cheshire United Methodist Church. Riverton Sunday Group. Riverton Congregational Church. Sunday Afternoon Group. St Pauls Episcopal Church. Staircase Group. Any Given Sunday Group. Old Enough Group.
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Saybrook Sunday Afternoon Sobriety Group. Grupo Empezando A Vivir. Luke's Church. Sunday Afternoon Discussion Group. Club 12 Group. St Emery's School Club The Way Out Group. Full Moon Foglifters Group.
Back to Reality Group. Overcoming Fear Group Men. Are you starting to get low marks? Are you skiving off work? Do you ever try to stop or drink less - and fail? Have you begun to drink in the morning, before school or work? Do you gulp your drinks as if to satisfy a great thirst? Do you ever have loss of memory due to your drinking? Do you avoid being honest with others about your drinking?FREE COUGAR SEX DATING
Do you ever get into trouble when you are drinking? Do you often get drunk when you drink, even when you do not mean to?
Do you think you're big to be able to hold your drink?