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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
6:00 AM Morning Wake Up D24 Online 14 E Mill Rd Flourtown Daily Reflections   English   Wheelchair Access
6:00 AM Freedom Through the Steps D23 / GSO #665432 Online 301 N Main St Doylestown Closed Meeting   English   Step Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
6:00 AM Sunrisers D51 / GSO #634439 Online 330 S Bellevue Ave Langhorne Closed Meeting   English   Step Meeting +   Tradition Study   Wheelchair Access
6:15 AM ODAAT Online Meeting - Lehigh Valley, PA Online Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton Metropolitan Area Allentown English   Speaker
6:15 AM Early Sobriety Group Early Sobriety Group 4601 Tilghman St Allentown Child-Friendly   Discussion   English +   Open Meeting   Speaker   Wheelchair Access
6:30 AM Main Street Morning Group Zion UCC Online 14 N 8th St Stroudsburg Discussion   English   Literature +   Open Meeting
7:00 AM On Awakening D21 / GSO #706491 980 Durham Rd Newtown Closed Meeting   English   Step Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
7:00 AM Hampton Serenity 24 Hampton Serenity 24 165 NJ-31 #169 Hampton Discussion   English   Literature +   Open Meeting
7:00 AM Top of the Hill (NW) D25 / GSO #140503 Online 8419 Germantown Ave Philadelphia English   Open Meeting
7:00 AM Serenity 24 Serenity 24 165 New Jersey 31 Hampton Discussion   Grapevine   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
7:00 AM Foglifters D51 / GSO #168095 Online 1680 Aquetong Rd New Hope Discussion   English   Literature +   Open Meeting   Wheelchair Access
7:00 AM Simple at Seven D24 / GSO #705806 Online 14 E Mill Rd Flourtown English   Open Meeting   Step Meeting +   Wheelchair Access   Young People
7:00 AM Sobriety at Seven D29 / GSO #603122 Online 585 General Steuben Rd King of Prussia Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
7:00 AM Flemington Wake Up Flemington Wake Up 44 Broad St Flemington Discussion   English   Literature +   Open Meeting
7:00 AM Sunrise to Serenity D24 / GSO #177720 276 N Keswick Ave Glenside English   Open Meeting   Step Meeting
7:00 AM Sobriety D23 / GSO #111817 979 W County Line Rd Hatboro Closed Meeting   Discussion   English +   Wheelchair Access
7:00 AM Eye Openers D24 610 Church Rd Flourtown English   Open Meeting   Step Meeting
7:15 AM Expect a Miracle D23 / GSO #167972 Online 30 W Hancock St Lansdale English   Open Meeting
7:15 AM We Are Not Saints Philadelphia D26 Online 2044 Fairmount Avenue Philadelphia As Bill Sees It   Newcomer   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
8:15 AM COMBO: 8:15 AM Group Atonement Parish Center Online Lynne Ave & Penn Ave Wyomissing Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Speaker

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Bethlehem, Pennsylvania AA Meetings

Looking for AA meetings in Bethlehem? Bethlehem is found in Lehigh and Northampton counties in the Lehigh Valley region of the eastern portion of Pennsylvania. Bethlehem is mildly populated and has its fair share of residents dealing with alcohol use disorder. AUD is a destructive pattern that includes excessive drinking even in inappropriate times such as driving or swimming, being unable to stop drinking even when the consequences are visible, being occupied with drinking or alcohol use and neglecting important obligations at work, school or home. Most individuals dealing with alcohol use disorder have a hard time quitting mainly because they don’t consider it a problem and don’t seek help for it. This happens because recreational consumption of alcohol is accepted among the society especially in the US and many don’t consider it the dangerous addictive drug that it is. Alcohol use disorder, in addition to its addictive nature, can have major influence over an individual’s life. Alcoholics make it a priority risking the relationships with the people around them causing personal problems. Alcoholics Anonymous Pennsylvania recognizes the difficulty of quitting alcohol on your own and the effect of alcohol abuse. They also understand the need for support while going through this process since every member are going through similar struggles.

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