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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
12:15 PM Women Only Meeting Trinidad Alano Club 120 W Kansas Ave Trinidad Discussion   English   Women's Meeting
5:30 PM Step Up Step Study Trinidad Alano Club 120 W Kansas Ave Trinidad English   Open Meeting   Step Meeting
5:30 PM Phoenix Group Phoenix Group 510 Pine St Trinidad Big Book   Closed Meeting   English

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Raton, New Mexico AA Meetings

Raton is the county seat of Colfax County, New Mexico, located just south of the New Mexico-Colorado border and west of the New Mexico-Texas border. Home of the Raton Pass—the highest point on the Santa Fe Trail—the community offers historical interest dating back to the time of the dinosaurs and recreation of all kinds. Raton also offers resources for residents with alcohol use disorder (AUD), including Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings. AA meetings in Raton provide peer support that can be empowering for anyone who wants to stop using alcohol, including as part of therapy or a rehab program. You may choose to take advantage of the sponsorship program within AA. AA sponsors are not licensed mental health professionals, they are peer mentors who have completed the 12 Steps of AA and who have been in recovery for a significant period of time. While a sponsor is not required, working with a sponsor may be helpful when adjusting after inpatient treatment or during a period of recovery when you are not seeing a therapist. Use the directory to find AA New Mexico meetings near you today. If you are interested in learning more about your addiction treatment options, call to speak to a specialist.

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