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How do I find a local alcoholics anonymous?
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Dr. Mary Efremov
Internal Medicine
3 doctors agree
In brief: 411 or go online
There are meetings everywhere and all the time....

In brief: 411 or go online
There are meetings everywhere and all the time....
Dr. Mary Efremov
Dr. Mary Efremov
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Dr. Heidi Fowler
Psychiatry
2 doctors agree
In brief: Simple
Pick up your yellow pages and go on-line to find aa.
It is free. It is confidential. There are meetings that are open. Meetings that are closed. Meetings in the morning, noon & night. Meetings 7 days a week. Meetings for smokers and meetings for non-smokers. Step meetings. There are some meetings that are just for aviators, or just for doctors etc. This is a place to find help and support.

In brief: Simple
Pick up your yellow pages and go on-line to find aa.
It is free. It is confidential. There are meetings that are open. Meetings that are closed. Meetings in the morning, noon & night. Meetings 7 days a week. Meetings for smokers and meetings for non-smokers. Step meetings. There are some meetings that are just for aviators, or just for doctors etc. This is a place to find help and support.
Dr. Heidi Fowler
Dr. Heidi Fowler
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Dr. Adam Front
Clinical Psychology
In brief: Web site or 411
Go to www.Aa.Org and click on the tab for meetings and then find a local meeting, or look in the white pages of the local phone book.
There is nearly always a listing for alcoholics anonymous.

In brief: Web site or 411
Go to www.Aa.Org and click on the tab for meetings and then find a local meeting, or look in the white pages of the local phone book.
There is nearly always a listing for alcoholics anonymous.
Dr. Adam Front
Dr. Adam Front
Thank
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