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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
6:30 PM New Freedom Group New Freedom Group #684473 1550 21st St W Dickinson 12 Steps & 12 Traditions   As Bill Sees It   Big Book +   Closed Meeting   Daily Reflections   Discussion   English   Grapevine   Newcomer   Speaker   Wheelchair Access   Young People
8:00 PM Big Book Study Group Big Book Study Group #635597 2510 21st St W Dickinson Big Book   Closed Meeting   English +   Wheelchair Access

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Dickinson, North Dakota AA Meetings

Several organizations have set themselves up in Dickinson, North Dakota, intending to help residents struggling with alcohol use disorder get the help they need. However, the AA meetings in Dickinson remain perhaps the most popular. AA meetings in North Dakota have been around for a long time and are backed by the storied history of AA. If you attend an AA meeting, there is a big chance you are going to hear a reading of the AA Preamble. The Alcoholics Anonymous Preamble is considered a fundamental piece of Alcoholics Anonymous literature. It is written to remind long-time members of the group about its principles, purpose, and principles. It provides a foundation for the group’s meetings, and it is a great tool for teaching and learning about the program. Originally, the AA Preamble was not part of the original Big Book of AA. It was first introduced in the AA Grapevine magazine, which was published by six AAs with the permission of AA co-founder Bill Wilson. This publication was a popular publication among non-members, so the AA Preamble was written to serve as public information. However, the AA Preamble has been adapted into AA as an important piece of its literature. You can learn more about the AA Preamble in the various AA meetings in North Dakota. Browse these listings for information on AA meetings in Dickinson.

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