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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
10:00 AM Roundup Community Bible Church 1467 NM-314 Los Lunas English   Open Meeting
6:30 PM Women's Work Women's Work 1 Deanna Ln Edgewood English   LGBTQ+   Literature +   Women's Meeting
7:00 PM Roundup The RoundUp Group 1467 NM-314 Los Lunas English   Open Meeting

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Mountainair, New Mexico AA Meetings

Mountainair is a town in Torrance County, New Mexico steeped in history and surrounded by the beauty and recreation spaces characteristic of the state. Even in this small, historical, and picturesque town, some residents may misuse alcohol, which can develop into physical dependence and alcohol use disorder (AUD). One of the resources that individuals who want to stop using alcohol—no matter where they live or their past experience—is Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings. AA meetings in Mountainair can meet you where you are, whether you are approaching sobriety for the first time or have just completed an inpatient rehab program and are entering a maintenance phase. AA is often used as part of treatment programs or to supplement other treatment, such as cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). AA can also be a resource when professional treatment is not necessary, accessible, or feasible for you at a specific point in your recovery. At AA meetings, you receive the social support that often proves to be an important tool in achieving and maintaining long-term sobriety. If you need professional help with alcohol addiction, call to speak to a treatment specialist today about your options. To find an AA New Mexico meeting near you, use the directory.

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