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Individuals can learn from peers with lived experience, share their struggles, and become inspired in a healthy and secure environment. Each person’s journey to recovery is valued, and each person is met where they are in their recovery.
• Telephone counseling and one-on-one peer coaching• Telephone support• Various peer-led treatment programs
• Peer Fellowship• Various on-site meetings such as AA, NA, DAA, Al-Anon, and SMART Recovery• Health and wellbeing activities• Goal planning• Skill development workshops• Fun Social Activities• Peer Fellowship
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Acushnet, Bourne, Dartmouth, Fairhaven, Fall River, Freetown, Lakeville, Marion, Mattapoisett, Middleboro, New Bedford, Rochester, Wareham, and Westport are towns and cities in District 3.
District 3’s current A. A. meeting schedule (updated on 07/11/2019). (It is revised from aaboston.org Monthly Bulletins and compiled from Eastern MA region List 2015 A.) Here is a printable version of the District 3 A.A. meeting schedule: Current Meeting List Excel; Current Meeting List PDF The location of District 3’s service meeting and mailing address can be found at the bottom of this list.
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By using the button on this page, you might be able to locate other Alcoholics Anonymous meetings in the Fall River, Massachusetts area. You may also look at Better Addiction Care’s tools to find other places in the region.
Alcoholics Anonymous is an international network of mutual assistance fellowships made up of people who are committed to helping one another live a life free of alcoholism. The group, better known as AA, was founded in 1935 and popularized the first 12-step program for overcoming alcoholism. These 12 steps are a set of guidelines aimed at overcoming the addiction to alcohol in order to help people live healthier and more fulfilling lives.
Alcoholics Anonymous meetings are non-professional, self-supporting, apolitical, and multiracial, and they are freely open to everyone regardless of age, ethnicity, education level, or religious belief.
Enter an AA meeting near you to continue your sobriety journey and connect with a group of people who are facing similar challenges. If you’re having trouble locating Alcoholics Anonymous meetings in or near Fall River, Massachusetts, please click the button below to look through our AA tools.
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Except for the fact that I am a nun: an alcoholic nun, I suppose none of this is unusual to AA members. On bad days, I prayed to God to “get me out of this dilemma so I can stop drinking.” I was deceiving myself in my tiny mind. However, I did not realize this until years later, after I had been sober.
District Three covers the following towns (in alphabetical order): Acushnet, Bourne, Dartmouth, Fairhaven, Fall River, Freetown, Lakeville, Middleboro, Marion, Mattapoisett, Rochester, Wareham, and Westport.