Alcoholism Meetup Groups

Meet other local people who suffer from Alcoholism. Gather for support, companionship, and advice. Friends and family of alcoholics are also welcome to attend.

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Are you up for going out and socialising but just for tonight want to leave the booze and miss the pub? Want to give the liver, health and bank balance a respite for a bit and still enjoy yourself in good company? Want to have fun knowing that you wi

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Up for Fun off the Booze
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Many of us found that we had several characteristics in common as a result of being brought up in an alcoholic or other dysfunctional households. We had come to feel isolated, and uneasy with other people, especially authority figures. To protect o

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Welcome to SMART Recovery®, a science-based addiction recovery support group—where participants learn self-empowering techniques to aid their recovery through mutual-help face-to-face and online meetings and services. No matter what your addiction, S

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Happiness is not an abstract idea. It is built of the fulfilled realization of the 7 main areas in human life, coordinated by the 7 Chakra energy centers. • Career & Money • Sexuality • Self esteem • Relationships • Self expression • Intuition

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yogis
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Dearest Seekers, I am really excited to become the organizer of this group, thank you Eli for pointing me towards it and thank you Abby for bringing it thus far. Creating community is essential for recovery and "What we can't do alone, we can do toge

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Seekers
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For those persons who are uncomfortable with the spiritual content of widely available 12-step programs, the alternative is Secular Organizations for Sobriety. SOS offers a self-empowerment, secular approach to recovery based on individual responsibi­

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Meet other local people who suffer from Alcoholism and other addiction problems (ex: gambling, drug addiction, etc) Gather for support, companionship, and advice.

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People concerned about Addiction
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The acronym HAMS stands for Harm reduction, Abstinence, and Moderation Support. HAMS is a free-of-charge, peer-led support group for people who wish to reduce the harm in their lives associated with the use alcohol or other drugs. HAMS Harm Reduction

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There have been over 18,000 SMART Recovery Self-Help Group meetings in Massachusetts since 1990. All groups are lead by volunteers, most of whom are graduates of the SR Program. SR meetings occur weekly in hospitals (e.g., MGH, McLean, Mount Auburn,

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We are a growing group of individuals in the Greater San Diego area who are re-defining what is possible in recovery. Join us for events, activities, education, entertainment, etc. that is drug and alcohol free. Share with us an event or activity and

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April 16, 2014

This group is for anyone interested in gaining freedom from an addiction and compulsion. Have you tried to stop your addiction or compulsion and not been successful? Do you know that you need help and have not been able to overcome your problem? We c

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April 11, 2014

What is Y12SR? Addictive behaviors separate and disconnect us from ourselves, our loved ones, our environment and so much more. Conversely, yoga itself means union, integration, balance. Yoga and its practices teach the fine art of balancing our mul

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Supporters
April 11, 2014

This support group meets monthly. If you are the parent of a teens or a young adult who struggles with addiction or who is recovering from addiction, this group is for you. Addiction affects the whole family and you need support too! Other times are

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April 6, 2014
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Are you a woman who drinks to cope? Have you tried other recovery groups but found they only made you feel worse about yourself? WFS believes that addiction began to overcome stress, loneliness, frustration or emotional deprivation in daily life – d

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Competent Women
March 31, 2014

The intention of this group is to share effective tools for self-healing, empowerment and growth for individuals at any stage of recovery from any addiction. The emphasis will be on a number of techniques referred to as "tapping".  These will includ

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March 25, 2014

DO YOU DRINK TOO MUCH? Responsible Drinking 6 Week Support Group Have you been concerned about your drinking? Feeling frustrated by your own attempts to moderate? For over 12 years, Dianne Foss has facilitated Denver's Moderation Management group fo

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March 22, 2014
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Let's get together for some socializing. We will make new friends at dinners, movies, picnics, ball games, plays and more. Be prepared to relax, have fun and to make new friends. Active members of any 12 step program are welcome to join the group. Be

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Steppers
March 5, 2014

Our name says it all: Save Our Selves and Secular Organizations for Sobriety. This is what we are. We hold that sobriety is a separate issue from all other issues. Sobriety is our priority, and the sense of urgency of our "sobriety priority" is conve

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Member
February 23, 2014

We are going to get together and have some great conversations to help us all stay sober for life. We are a LifeRing group (www.lifering.org). All are welcome! The only real requirement is an honest desire to stay abstinent from drugs and alcohol. Co

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Sobrietists
February 22, 2014

Adult Children of Alcoholics (ACA/ACOA) is an anonymous Twelve Step, Twelve Tradition program of women and men who grew up in alcoholic or otherwise dysfunctional homes. We meet with each other in a mutually respectful, safe environment and acknowled

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Adult Children
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