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meetings

Unread postby Michaelpt » Tue Feb 15, 2011 8:29 am

I am moving out to Greentown, PA(18426). I looked online for a meeting list in that area and cannot find one meeting?! The site I used http://www.sobrietyonline.org only allows a search of up to 15 miles. I chose other large cities in the area and still no meetings...Stroudsburg, Wilkes-Barre, Scranton...hmmm I type in my old town(King of Prussia and 113 meetings came up. Anyone know of a way to do a search for meetings within a larger radius?
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Re: meetings

Unread postby Rainspa » Thu May 19, 2011 7:55 am

Call your local AA. They will have meeting information that is up to date.

The website you have listed isn't AA itself, you might try the AA website.
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Re: meetings

Unread postby seanmcguffin » Thu Aug 11, 2011 9:41 pm

I don't know why, but I have such a hard time going to meetings. I am going to intensive outpatient right now and it helps. But I am supposed to go to three meetings a week, and I making one, thats if I can get motivated. It is scaring me because I know if I don't work the program I wont stay sober! I guess what Im trying to say, is i am having a hard time pushing myself. I have almost 30 days sober, Early recovery is very hard!
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Re: meetings

Unread postby BklynChik » Fri Aug 12, 2011 8:14 am

I don't know Greentown, but I live in the Poconos and can help there. Try http://www.poconointergroupaa.org. If you're an early bird, I highly recommend the 6:30am meeting.

And the suggestion about calling AA is a good one, there has to be something nearby... Hope this helps.
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Re: meetings

Unread postby Jason1 » Sat Aug 13, 2011 1:29 pm

seanmcguffin wrote:
> I don't know why, but I have such a hard time going to meetings. I am going
> to intensive outpatient right now and it helps. But I am supposed to go to
> three meetings a week, and I making one, thats if I can get motivated. It
> is scaring me because I know if I don't work the program I wont stay sober!
> I guess what Im trying to say, is i am having a hard time pushing myself. I
> have almost 30 days sober, Early recovery is very hard!
I can understand your position, atleast you are pushing yourself, that is whats needed, keep pushing yourself to these meetings and soon you will be regular, like a me! 8)
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Re: meetings

Unread postby edmartinsen » Thu Aug 25, 2011 11:25 am

i just moved to whiting nj from paterson. i just got out of the salvation army arc and i have no clue where any meeting are around here. i have no car so i need to stay walkable. can anyone help?!
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Re: meetings

Unread postby Jason1 » Sun Aug 28, 2011 1:37 pm

Anyone from Whiting or near somewhere please help edmartinsen
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Re: meetings

Unread postby robertoZ » Sun Aug 28, 2011 9:12 pm

From Ocean County Meeting List:

http://webmaitre.com/aanoc/aanoc/


Whiting St. Stephen's Episcopal Church
180 Hwy. #539
(Wheelchair Accessible) Sunday 8:00 PM Open
Discussion

Seton Church, St Matthew's Room
Parish Center
Schoolhouse Rd
(Wheelchair Accessible) Friday 3:00 PM Closed
Step

St. Stephen's Episcopal Church
180 Rte 539
(Wheelchair Accessible) Saturday 8:00 PM Open
Speaker
Discussion
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