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Local AA meetings are available at AA.org or Alcoholics-Info.com. AA.org is the official site of Alcoholics Anonymous and hosts contact numbers or emails for each state. Site visitors click on a state name and are direct... More »

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Alcoholics Anonymous meetings do not involve a registration process; all interested persons may show up at the gatherings unannounced, according to the AA official website. The website provides contact information and li... More »

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The main way to find a local Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous meeting is to use the search function of their respective websites, notes AA and NA. Other support groups that may have local meetings include Secu... More »

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Attend online Alcoholics Anonymous meetings by visiting the AA Online Intergroup and selecting a meeting. Join a meeting by clicking the appropriate link, notes AA-Intergroup.org. More »

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Alcoholics Anonymous, or A.A., meetings can be found on online A.A.-affiliated organizations, such as Al-Anon Family Groups and Online Intergroup. Al-Anon Family Groups provides the option to search for an A.A. meeting i... More »

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Alcoholics Anonymous meetings do not involve a registration process; all interested persons may show up at the gatherings unannounced, according to the AA official website. The website provides contact information and li... More »

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To find a list of local meetings in New Jersey, contact the appropriate Alcoholics Anonymous intergroup. There are several intergroups that handle different areas of New Jersey, and you can find their contact information... More »

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