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*ADVISORY. DUE TO THE PANDEMIC, MANY IF NOT ALL MEETINGS HAVE MOVED ONLINE. FOR A RELIABLE LIST OF ONLINE MEETINGS, CLICK HERE.

 

CONCORD

Monday

 

Come As Your Are  AA

Virtual Online Meeting:

Zoom Meeting ID:

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Unitarian Universalist Church

Pleasant Street

6pm

LITTLETON

 

Friday

 

Out to Lunch Bunch  AA

1st Congrgational Church

Main Street

12pm

 

MANCHESTER

 

Sunday

 

All Together Group  AA

Unitarian Church

Union Street

6pm

Tuesday

 

Open Door  AA

Hope for New Hampshire Recovery

Wilson Street

6pm

 

NASHUA

 

Monday

 

Sober, Grateful, and Free  AA

Unitarian Church

58 Lowell Street

pm

 

NEW CASTLE

 

Sunday

 

Stepping Over the Rainbow  AA

Congregational Church

65 Main Street

pm

 

 

PORTSMOUTH

 

Friday

 

Gay Together in Sobriety  AA

North Church

Parish Hall

Spinney Road

(enter in rear)

pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sours: https://www.gayandsober.org/meeting-finder-new-hampshire

Find AA Meetings Near New Hampshire

Search Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings in New Hampshire

Alcoholics Anonymous meetings are held all throughout the United States and around the world. There are numerous AA meetings in New Hampshire, as listed below. Our AA meeting directory is updated regularly, so please feel free to bookmark this page. We can also help you find AA meetings near New Hampshire and elsewhere.

What Are AA Meetings All About?

Still in print today, a book called Alcoholics Anonymous was published in It was written by Bill Wilson &#; one of the founders of AA &#; and is sometimes called The Big Book. It contains some of the central tenets that led to the formation of the 12 steps of AA and the 12 traditions of AA. 

The fellowship of Alcoholics Anonymous has grown and expanded all over the world with one central purpose: to help people live a life of sobriety. All AA meetings in New Hampshire have that purpose, but their meeting formats vary. For example, some meetings are led by a main speaker or two while others make heavy use of group discussions. No one in AA has to talk or reveal any personally identifiable information.

Thanks to the AA groups and AA meetings in New Hampshire, alcoholics can learn to live without alcohol. A key feature of Alcoholics Anonymous is its community, which is made up of recovering alcoholics. It provides those who are struggling with alcoholism an environment in which they can address their alcohol problem. They can benefit from what Alcoholics Anonymous has to offer free of charge; membership does not involve signup or membership fees.

Which AA Meeting Is Right for You?

AA groups worldwide have one purpose, and it is to help alcoholics remain sober. However, one AA meeting in New Hampshire is not going to be exactly the same as another. AA meetings in New Hampshire vary in terms of their format and feel. With all of us having our own, unique needs and personalities, one AA group or AA meeting will not work for everyone. If a specific AA meeting in New Hampshire does not suit you well, you have other options.

An AA meeting in New Hampshire is going to be “open” or “closed.” “Open&#; AA meetings are open to non-alcoholics and “closed” meetings are exclusively for alcoholics.

If you are new to Alcoholics Anonymous, you might want to look for an AA meeting in New Hampshire that focuses on the 12 traditions of Alcoholics Anonymous and the 12 steps of Alcoholics Anonymous. Any AA meeting in New Hampshire will talk about them somewhat, but you need to develop a solid understanding of them and some AA meetings focus on them more than others. Instead of letting that hold you back from getting started, however, you should simply attend an AA meeting &#; any AA meeting in New Hampshire. Afterward, you can decide whether you want to return or try another group instead.

It might take a while before you find a New Hampshire AA group that suits your needs and personality. When you find one, you can consider it your home group. After some time, you can check your progress with a sobriety calculator.

Benefitting from AA Meetings

In order to be successful in your recovery from alcohol addiction, you should have a positive attitude and be receptive to all that AA has to offer. No one can be positive 24/7, but the right mindset will help you make the most of your time in AA. Alcoholics worldwide have achieved long-term sobriety with Alcoholics Anonymous. So can you.

Of course, you might relapse if you fail to attend meetings regularly. If you are part of a New Hampshire AA group that you feel comfortable in, please talk to someone within the group who has been sober for a number of years. They can keep you accountable and be there when you need to talk to them.

Our list of AA meetings in New Hampshire is updated regularly, so please feel free to bookmark this page. We can also help you find AA meetings near New Hampshire or elsewhere.

When you have made some progress, please see how far you have come with our sobriety calculator.

Sours: https://www.aa-meetings.com/aa-meeting-location/new-hampshire/
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amNew Hope

GSO Grp #:

Online

21 Front StExeterLocation Temporarily Closed, Online Meeting, Open, Step Meeting amGood Morning Portsmouth

GSO Grp #:

Online

State StreetPortsmouthDiscussion, Location Temporarily Closed, Online Meeting, Open, Speaker amHampton In-Person

United Methodist Church

Lafayette RdHamptonDiscussion, Newcomer, Open, Wheelchair Access amWhat&#;s Good About Today

Lion&#;s Club of Kittery

In-person and Online

State RdKitteryDiscussion, Online Meeting, Open, Speaker, Wheelchair Access amBeach Bums Meeting - In Person

North Beach Picnic Tables

Ocean BlvdHamptonDiscussion, Open, Speaker amWomen&#;s Acceptance GroupWomen

GSO Grp #: TBD

Online

Rogers RdKitteryDiscussion, Location Temporarily Closed, Online Meeting, Open, Women amNever Alone Again

GSO Grp #: TBD

Online

12 Channel StBostonDiscussion, Location Temporarily Closed, Online Meeting, Open, Speaker amEyeopener Group - In Person

New Frontiers Church

1 Gosling RdPortsmouthDiscussion, Open, Speaker amExperience, Strength, and Hope

Safe Harbor Recovery Center

Islington StPortsmouthDiscussion, Literature, Open, Wheelchair AccessNoonNever Alone Again

GSO Grp #: TBD

Online

12 Channel StBostonBig Book, Discussion, Location Temporarily Closed, Online Meeting, OpenNoonHi-Nooners

United Methodist Church

Miller AvePortsmouthDiscussion, Open, Speaker pmGetting Closer to God

GSO Grp #: TBD

Online

Main StPortsmouthDiscussion, Location Temporarily Closed, Meditation, Online Meeting, Open, Speaker, Wheelchair Access pmExeter Big Book Group - In Person

Stratham Community Church

6 Emery LnStrathamBig Book, Discussion, Open pmNew Castle Original Group - Status Unknown

Congregational Church

Main StNew CastleDiscussion, Open, Speaker, Wheelchair Access pmNever Alone Again

GSO Grp #: TBD

Online

12 Channel StBostonLocation Temporarily Closed, Online Meeting, Open, Speaker pmLiving in the Solution

United Methodist Church

Miller AvePortsmouthDiscussion, Open, Speaker pmBack to Basics - In Person

York-Ogunquit United Methodist Church

US-1YorkDiscussion, Newcomer, Open, Speaker pmHelp Yourself Group - In Person

United Methodist Church

In-person and Online

Lafayette RdHamptonDiscussion, Online Meeting, Open, Speaker, Wheelchair Access
Sours: https://www.seacoastaa.org/meetings/
Does Alcoholics Anonymous Work?

Hotline

State Meetings NH AREA 43

Zoom Meetings

Beginner & Newcomer Zoom Meetings

Service Office Information

Resources

Online AA Meetings

You can now find the NH State list for online meetings here

COVID Announcements

Message from the Area 43 Chair

Area Suggestions on Group Reopening

Stay at Home Guidelines

Need help, or just need to talk to someone? The hotline is available 24 hours a day. Please email the NHAA Hotline: [email protected] for information on virtual/online AA meetings and how to access them.

What is A.A.?

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. Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.

Reprinted with permission from the AA Grapevine, Inc.

A message for Young People in A.A.

Sours: https://www.nhaadistrictorg/

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