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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
7:00 AM On Awakening Group Keene On Awakening Group Online 69 Washington Street Keene Discussion   Virtual   Wheelchair Access
7:00 AM A New Day Group Y.A.N.A 36 Carpenter St Keene Discussion   English   Literature
7:00 AM Just For Today Centre Congregational Church 193 Main St Brattleboro Discussion   English   Open Meeting
7:00 AM 7 AM Sunrise Group First Baptist Church Online 601 Main St Bennington Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
7:00 AM Ascutney Morning Meeting "Hybrid" Ascutney Union Church Online 5243 US-5 Windsor Discussion   English   Open Meeting
7:00 AM Attitude Adjustment Group Attitude Adjustment Group 93 Chapman St Greenfield Closed Meeting   English
7:30 AM Rolling Stones Rolling Stones Online Woodford, VT 05201 Woodford English   Open Meeting
7:30 AM Breakfast With Your Higher Power Group First Baptist Church 4895 Main St Manchester Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
7:30 AM Greenwich Promises Meeting Group Greenwich Promises Meeting Group 145 Main St Greenwich Discussion   English   Open Meeting
8:00 AM As Bill Sees It Grace Congregational UCC 8 Court St Rutland Discussion   English   Open Meeting
12:00 PM Equinox Group First Baptist Church 4895 Main St Manchester Discussion   English   Literature +   Open Meeting   Wheelchair Access
12:00 PM T.O.A.D. Group Y.A.N.A 36 Carpenter St Keene Discussion   English   Step Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
12:00 PM High Noon Group Brattleboro High Noon Group 80 Flat Street Brattleboro Discussion   Open Meeting
12:00 PM Short & Sweet Group Short & Sweet Group 59 Summer St Adams English   Living Sober   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
12:00 PM Here Because We're Not All There Here Because We're Not All There 93 Chapman St Greenfield English   Open Meeting   Wheelchair Access +   Wheelchair-Accessible Bathroom
12:00 PM Sweet Serenity Group Trinity Episcopal Church 85 West St Rutland Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
5:30 PM Monday Happy Hour Group Grace Congregational UCC 8 Court St Rutland Big Book   English   Open Meeting +   Step Meeting   Wheelchair Access
5:30 PM Home Base Group Ruck-Up Veteran's Outreach 42 Upper Knight St Keene Discussion   English
5:30 PM Happy Hour Group Turning Point CluB Online 465 Main St Bennington Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Temporary Closure
5:30 PM Womens Group Keene Womens Group Online 36 Carpenter Street Keene Discussion   Virtual   Wheelchair Access

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Stratton, Vermont AA Meetings

Stratton, Vermont is a small resort town in Windham County. Alcohol addiction can affect residents of any community and be exacerbated when individuals go on vacation or celebrate the holidays as they may in a resort town of this type. Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings offer support to both residents and visitors. AA meetings in Stratton are open to anyone who wants to stop using alcohol, regardless of their history with alcohol use, substance use treatment, or background. In fact, many individuals attend AA meetings while also participating in other addiction treatment programs, such as detox, inpatient or outpatient rehab, or therapy. AA is not a type of formal treatment, but rather a place to receive peer support from other individuals who understand the struggles and successes of navigating long-term sobriety from alcohol. AA offers various meeting types, programs, literature resources, and even activities to help individuals actively engage in and focus on their recovery. AA even offers some meetings that are open to loved ones who want to learn more about how to support you and Alcoholics Anonymous Family Groups (Al-Anon) meetings that offer peer support specifically for individuals for who have a family member with alcohol addiction. Find upcoming AA meetings VT in the directory. Learn more about other services that can aid your recovery by speaking to an addiction treatment specialist over the phone.

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