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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
12:00 PM White River Noon Group Upper Valley Turning Point 200 Olcott Dr Hartford English   Literature   Wheelchair Access
6:00 AM Newport Eye Opener Daily Reflections Group Millie's Place 25 John Stark Hwy Newport Daily Reflections   Discussion   English
6:00 AM There Is A Solution Group Newbury There Is A Solution Group Newbury 944 New Hampshire Route 103 Newbury Big Book   Discussion   Speaker +   Wheelchair Access
6:30 AM Full Circle Group Former AD fraternity building 9 E Wheelock St Hanover Discussion   English
7:00 AM Ascutney Morning Meeting "Hybrid" Ascutney Union Church Online 5243 US-5 Windsor Discussion   English   Open Meeting
7:30 AM Over Easy Group Plymouth 231 Main Street Plymouth Discussion   Wheelchair Access
7:30 AM Positive Start Group Positive Start Group Online 116 Newport Road New London Virtual   Wheelchair Access
7:30 AM Sunrise Serenity Turning Point Online 489 N Main St Barre Daily Reflections   Discussion   English +   Open Meeting   Temporary Closure
8:00 AM Daily Reflections Rutland Daily Reflections Rutland 8 Court Street Rutland Discussion   Open Meeting
8:30 AM Shining the Light Group South Newbury Union Ch 162 Village Rd Newbury Discussion   English   Wheelchair Access
10:30 AM As Bill Sees It Group Congregational Church, Thompson Hall 47 S Main St Franklin As Bill Sees It   Discussion   English +   Wheelchair Access
11:00 AM Covered Bridge AM Group St. Matthew's Church 11 School St Plymouth Big Book   Discussion   English
12:00 PM Wednesday Group Turning Point Center 7 Morgan St Springfield English   Open Meeting   Wheelchair Access
12:00 PM Amazing Grace Group Grace Congregational UCC 8 Court St Rutland Closed Meeting   Discussion   English +   Wheelchair Access
12:00 PM Top Of The World Group Congregational Church 72 Pleasant St Claremont Discussion   English
12:00 PM Dr. Bob Group 114 N Main St, Barre, VT, 05641 114 N Main St Barre Discussion   English   Open Meeting
12:00 PM The Rant and Rave Group Millies Place 45 John Stark Hwy Newport Discussion   English
12:15 PM GVD Group First Baptist Church, Rear entrance 461 Main St New London Discussion   English   Step Meeting +   Temporary Closure   Wheelchair Access
5:30 PM Big Book Group Trinity Episcopal Church 85 West St Rutland Big Book   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
5:30 PM Clean and Sober Group Neighborhood Connections 5700 VT-100 Londonderry Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Speaker

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Hartford, Vermont AA Meetings

Hartford is a town in Windsor County, Vermont. Addiction to alcohol affects people in almost every country on Earth. The majority of people wait until their symptoms are severe before seeking help. When AUD is not addressed, it advances quickly, and recovery can be difficult. There are a few professional health facilities in Hartford that specialize in the treatment of AUD. Those who live in the Hartford area can attend the alcohol rehabilitation programs. Maintaining sobriety following treatment is crucial, which demands AA meetings in Hartford membership. The Alcoholics Anonymous community has established itself as one of the best social support organizations for people devoted to keeping clean throughout the years. There is no affiliation between AA and any other organization. It also does not seek professional help. This isn’t to mean that AA members are against professional treatment for AUD. Rather, the Alcoholics Anonymous community believes that as long as its members are devoted to long-term sobriety, they may continue to attain their goal. The only people who can join AA meetings VT are those who are suffering from the symptoms of alcoholism. This is done to ensure that the goal of being sober is met. The Alcoholics Anonymous community, on the other hand, allows members to bring their loved ones to open meetings as a support system. alcoholicsanonymous.com has information on some of the AA meetings in Hartford. Please contact us if you require assistance in locating alcohol treatment programs in Hartford.

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