- Approximately 35 meetings per week, to provide help and support to those wishing to recover from alcoholism.
- Provide members to visit, and/or accompany to meetings, those who are suffering from alcoholism and have a desire to stop drinking. In hospitals, institutions, homes, and correctional facilities.
- Alcoholics Anonymous responds to requests from doctors, therapists, clergy, police, family, and friends when a person has asked for our help.
- Twice a year presentations to 9th grade health class with speakers.
- Bridging the Gap Program with Family & Children’s Services and several therapists, connecting prospective members with support, and meetings
- 24/7 hotline for prerecorded meeting schedules, and live person help: 508.228.2334
- Download a full list of meetings now: Directory of 12 Step Recovery Meetings – Alcoholics Anonymous
- A new Young Peoples Meeting has been added to the list of regularly scheduled meetings. The Young Peoples Meeting takes place on Friday evenings at 7pm at the Drop-In-Center.
The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for a A.A. membership. A.A. is self-supporting through its own contributions. A.A. 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. A.A.’s primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.
Drop-In-Center: Gouin Village, off Vesper Lane
1st Congregational Church: 62 Center Street
Father Griffin Hall: 15 Cherry Street
Nantucket Cottage Hospital Cafeteria: 57 S Prospect Street
Summer Street Church: 1 Summer Street
- What does Alcoholics Anonymous do?
Offers a 12 step program of recovery
Groups put on A.A. meetings
A.A. members share their experience, strength, and hope with each other
Local service committees carry the A.A. message
- What does Alcoholics Anonymous not do?
Make medical diagnoses
Keep attendance records/case histories
Offer religious services
Address prevention, treatment, advocacy, or legislation
- Singleness of Purpose
A.A.’s focus is on recovery from alcoholism
Anyone may observe open meetings
Closed meetings are for those who identify as alcoholics
Anyone with a DESIRE to stop drinking may become an A.A. member. Only the individual can say that they are a member
A.A. members bring meetings into correctional and treatment facilities
- Alcoholics Anonymous & Professionals
Referrals to A.A. may help someone with a drinking problem find a way to stop drinking
A.A. members in your community can help your patients/clients with drinking problems
A.A. members can give informational presentations for professionals
- How you can Cooperate with Alcoholics Anonymous to help your Patients/Clients
Maintain contact with the local A.A. community
Contact local A.A. for open meeting schedules
Observe open A.A. meetings
Have an informational presentation for your group
There are no upcoming events at this time.
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