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Attending meetings of Alcoholics Anonymous is very important. Naturally, alcoholics cannot be helped by A. A. unless they know A. A. exists, and where to find it. When newcomers walk into our meeting rooms, we want A. A. to be there for them, as it was for us -- something we can do continuously only if we function as a group. Members of A. A. make the following pledge so that help is always available to the next person who suffers from the disease.
"I am responsible... when anyone, anywhere, reaches out for help, I want the hand of
A. A. always to be there. And
for that I am responsible."
Many AA meetings are in-person again, but we need your help to update the information on this website. Contact the WebMaster with any corrections to meeting information on this website, including groups that have shut down, are back together, or have converted to Zoom or hybrid formats. Several groups continue to meet online -please see the listing of virtual meetings.
Midshore Meeting Directory now available in PRINTED VERSION.
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VIRTUAL meeting directory link - updated 12/22/2021
In-Person AA MEETINGS
UPDATED: March 6, 2022
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WHAT IS A. A.?
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