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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
8:00 PM New Town A.A. New Town Group #110765 228 Eagle Dr New Town English
7:00 PM 24-Hour A.A. Group 24-Hour A.A. Group #110779 108 North St Watford City English   Women's Meeting
7:00 PM Tuesday Night AA Group Tuesday Night AA Group #725553 61st Ave NW, White Shield, ND White Shield 12 Steps & 12 Traditions   As Bill Sees It   Big Book +   Daily Reflections   Discussion   English   Grapevine   Open Meeting   Speaker   Wheelchair Access

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New Town, North Dakota AA Meetings

New Town is a small city in Mountrail County, North Dakota. There are AA meetings in New Town set up to help residents with alcohol use disorder. AA meetings in North Dakota have been providing support systems for people with AUD for decades and they continue to go strong. AA was originally founded in 1935 by Bill Wilson, and Dr. Bob Smith in Akron, Ohio. A pivotal point in the history of AA was in 1939 when the Big Book of AA was originally published. Written by co-founder Bill Wilson, the Big Book is the guiding piece of literature for AA and has gone through a handful of different editions since it was originally published. The Big Book outlines things like the 12 Steps of AA and there is also a section that includes personal stories of AA members. There are all sorts of different types of AA meetings. Open meetings can be attended by anybody with no need to have alcohol use disorder. Other meetings are closed and only members may attend. There are discussion meetings, speaker meetings, and demographic-based meetings. You can find listings of AA meetings in New Town in this directory. Call our specialists if you are looking for help finding rehab treatment you can’t get from AA meetings in North Dakota.

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