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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
8:00 AM Good Morning Good Morning Online Burlington, VT Burlington English   Meditation   Open Meeting +   Step Meeting
8:00 AM Men's Fellowship Group St James Episcopal Church 4 St James Pl Essex Discussion   English   Literature +   Men's Meeting   Open Meeting
8:00 AM We Are Not Saints Temple Sinai 500 Swift St Burlington Big Book   Closed Meeting   English +   Wheelchair Access
8:00 AM Sunday Morning Step Meeting Essex Teen Center 2 Lincoln St Essex English   Open Meeting   Step Meeting
8:30 AM Living Sober Group Barre Living Sober Group 489 North Main Street Barre Discussion   Open Meeting   Wheelchair Access
9:00 AM Womens' Way Brookside Primary School 47 Stowe St Waterbury Center Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access   Women's Meeting
9:00 AM Awakenings Group Awakenings Group 1 Durkee St Plattsburgh Daily Reflections   Discussion   English +   Open Meeting   Wheelchair Access
9:00 AM Middlebury AM Step Meeting Methodist Church Online 47 N Pleasant St Middlebury English   Open Meeting   Step Meeting +   Temporary Closure
9:15 AM The Highlighters The Highlighters Online Burlington, VT Burlington Big Book   Discussion   English +   Open Meeting
9:30 AM Language of the Heart Wolcott Town Clerks Office 28 Railroad St Wolcott Discussion   English   Literature +   Open Meeting   Wheelchair Access
9:30 AM Sober Sunday Burlington Police Department 1 North Ave Burlington Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Speaker
10:30 AM Dr. Bob Group 114 N Main St, Barre, VT, 05641 114 N Main St Barre Big Book   Closed Meeting   English
12:00 PM The Nooner Turning Point Center 179 S Winooski Ave Burlington Discussion   English   Literature +   Open Meeting   Wheelchair Access
1:00 PM Brown Bag Group Congregational Church 39 Main St Essex Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Speaker   Wheelchair Access
1:00 PM Five Corners Zoom Room Five Corners Zoom Room Online Essex Junction, Essex, VT Essex Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Speaker
4:00 PM Discussion Group Bristol Discussion Group 19 West Street Bristol Discussion   Open Meeting   Wheelchair Access
5:00 PM Young and Restless Congregational Church 35 Church St Barre Discussion   English   Literature +   Open Meeting
6:00 PM Charlotte Women's Candlelight Meeting Congregational Church 403 Church Hill Rd Charlotte Closed Meeting   Discussion   English +   Women's Meeting
6:00 PM Spiritual Foundations Group Spiritual Foundations Group 1 Durkee St Plattsburgh Discussion   English   Living Sober +   Open Meeting   Wheelchair Access
6:00 PM We Agnostics We Agnostics Online South Burlington, VT Burlington Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Secular

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Stowe, Vermont AA Meetings

Stowe is a town in northern Vermont. Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings are available for residents of Stowe who need social support to help them navigate recovery from alcohol dependence or addiction. AA meetings in Stowe are open to anyone who lives with alcohol addiction and has the goal of finding long-term sobriety—this desire to stop using alcohol is the only requirement to attend AA meetings. For many individuals, the recovery process involves professional addiction treatment services, such as medically supervised detox to manage withdrawal symptoms and rehab to introduce relapse prevention and emotional coping skills. AA meetings are not formal treatment as all the meetings are peer facilitated, however, many professionals recommend attending AA alongside other forms of treatment. In the AA community, you find a support system that is unique from support you may receive in treatment, at home, or in your community because every attendee has personal experience in recovery from alcohol addiction. There are even different AA meeting types to further personalize the experience, such as men and women’s only meetings. To view a list of upcoming AA meetings VT in and near Stowe, browse the directory. To learn more about professional addiction treatment services near you, call to speak to a specialist about your options.

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