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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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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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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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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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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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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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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This is a group for people who are interested in exploring the intersection between the spiritual path of recovery and the ancient wisdom and healing of yoga. Anyone who is dealing with their own addictive behaviors or who is affected by addictive be

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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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November 20, 2014

This will be an informational meeting discussing how hypnosis can help someone trying to stay sober. This is not a 12 step program. It is a presentation on the benefits that hypnosis and guided imagery can give people who are struggling with the side

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November 18, 2014

Complete Life Fulfillment including Relationships, Money, Careers, Passion Pursuit, Family, Recovery

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CHAMPIONS OF LIFE
November 9, 2014

Harm reduction is a nonjudgmental approach that attempts to meet people "where they are at" with their drinking or drug use. Instead of demanding perfect abstinence, this pragmatic approach is supportive of anyone who wishes to minimize the harm asso

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Hamsters
November 9, 2014
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Secular Organizations for Sobriety (SOS) provide a secular alternative to religiously based addiction recovery programs.  While respecting recovery in any form, we do not view spirituality or surrender to a Higher Power as being necessary to maintain

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November 4, 2014

This is an attempt to help our loved ones from the personally failed ideological indoctrination process of Alcoholics Anonymous. Please feel free to post comments .All,experiences ,thoughtful critical assistance and social support is welcome .rhetor

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Supporters of reality
November 2, 2014

MADCAP (Minnesota Alcoholics, Drug Addicts, & Counselors Against Prohibition) is a group for individuals in the recovery community that are opposed to the current drug prohibition laws in America. Members can be people that work in the recovery field

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MADCAPers
October 27, 2014

(A process & support group combined with concrete guidance and psychoeducation) The group’s purpose is to assist those impacted by another’s addiction – any addiction. It sets itself apart from the traditional support group because it offers so much

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October 27, 2014
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The SMART Recovery Study & Reading Group (SR^2) is a closed, peer-led reading group for participants, facilitators, and friends of SMART Recovery who are familiar with the basics of SMART Recovery. The goal of this group is to delve into the tools an

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SMARTies
October 17, 2014

This is a group for anyone seeking support and understanding for those in recovery from substance abuse. Our goal is to share our experiences, make new friends and create a supportive environment for everyone. If you are in recovery or know someone w

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October 17, 2014

We are a faith-based recovery meeting. We are friendly to Muslims, Christians, Jews and people of any faith. Our goal is to support one another in abstinence from substance abuse (drugs and alcohol). We use a 12-step format and readings from various

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