|AA Group Meeting Guide - Pocono Mountains||Coordinates and administers AA meetings in Monroe County /Pocono Mountain Area. Meetings are a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.||Monroe||Alcoholics Anonymous||Alcoholics Anonymous|
|AA Support Group||Alcoholics Anonymous||Dauphin||Rockville United Methodist Church||Rockville United Methodist Church |
|Addicts Outreach Support Group||Open-ended support group with Christian focus and STEP program to help persons overcome alcohol addiction, codependency and/or cope with life changes.||Dauphin||Ascension Lutheran Church||Ascension Lutheran Church |
|Al-Anon / Alateen||Al-Anon / Alateen is a family support groups and fellowship for relatives and friends of alcoholics. Attendees share their experience, strength, and hope in order to solve their common problems and practice the Twelve Steps which provides welcoming and comfort to families of alcoholics, and by giving understanding and encouragement to the alcoholic.||Philadelphia||*Main Site (Pennsylvania Al-anon / Alateen Family Groups)||Al-Anon Family Groups|
|Al-Anon/Alateen Family Groups||Al-Anon is a mutual support group of peers who share their experience in applying the Al-Anon principles to problems related to the effects of a problem drinker in their lives. It is not group therapy and is not led by a counselor or therapist; This support network complements and supports professional treatment.
Alateen is a peer support group for teens who are struggling with the effects of someone else’s problem drinking. Many Alateen groups meet at the same time and location as an Al-Anon group. Alateen meetings are open only to teenagers.
No advance notification or written referral is necessary to attend an Al-Anon or Alateen meeting. Anyone affected by someone else’s drinking is welcome to attend.
There are no dues or fees. Groups are self-supporting, and usually pass a basket around for a voluntary contribution to pay for rent or Al-Anon literature.||Cumberland||Harbor of Shippensburg||Harbor of Shippensburg|
|Al-Anon/Alateen Family Support Groups||Fellowship of relatives and friends of alcoholics who share their experiences, strengths, and hopes in order to solve their common problems. The Alateen group is for teenage children of alcoholic parents. Visit website for available meetings as well as the two listed below.||Lycoming||Alcoholics Anonymous - District 48||Alcoholics Anonymous - District 48|
|Alcanon Club||Support group for alcoholics and persons with addictions.||Erie||Alcanon Club||Alcanon Club|
|Alcoholics Anonymous||Support group for individuals with a drinking problem.||Erie||Alcoholics Anonymous||Alcoholics Anonymous|
|Alcoholics Anonymous||A fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.||Schuylkill||Alcoholics Anonymous||Alcoholics Anonymous - Schuylkill County|
|Alcoholics Anonymous||The Intergroup services include such things as this web site, a 24-Hour Hotline, a published schedule of local meeting times and locations, a newsletter, and services
to local correctional facilities, the medical community, and the general public.
Intergroup activities, on the other hand, help bring out AA groups together at workshops, picnics, dances and camp outs.
||Cumberland||Alcoholics Anonymous Cumberland Valley Intergroup||Alcoholics Anonymous Cumberland Valley Intergroup|
|Alcoholics Anonymous||Alcoholics Anonymous(R) is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.||Dauphin||Derry Presbyterian Church||Derry Presbyterian Church |
|Alcoholics Anonymous||Alcoholics Anonymous is a program of a new way of life without alcohol, a program that is working successfully for millions of men and women throughout the world, and in all walks of life.
The experience of A.A. members is that alcoholism is a progressive illness that cannot be cured, but which, like some other illnesses, can be arrested - by staying away from the first drink, one day at a time.
||Perry||Duncannon Otterbein United Methodist Church||Duncannon Otterbein United Methodist Church|
|Alcoholics Anonymous||Mutual Support Group||Dauphin||Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church||Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church |
|Alcoholics Anonymous District 46 Meeting Finder||Administers and coordinates AA Meetings in Tioga and Western Bradford Counties.||Alcoholics Anonymous||Alcoholics Anonymous|
|Alcoholics Anonymous - District 48 - Support Groups - Greater Williamsport||A self-help group for recovering alcoholics.||Lycoming||Alcoholics Anonymous - District 48||Alcoholics Anonymous - District 48|
|Alcoholics Anonymous Intergroup NEPA||The purpose of Intergroup for NEPA is administer and coordinate Alcoholics Anonymous meetings in Northeastern PA.||Luzerne||Alcoholics Anonymous||Alcoholics Anonymous|
|Alcoholics Anonymous in the Lehigh Valley||Mutual support groups for people with drinking problems. Hotline is available 24 hours/day. Call or check website for current meeting locations and schedules.||Lehigh||Alcoholics Anonymous in the Lehigh Valley||Alcoholics Anonymous in the Lehigh Valley|
|Alcoholics Anonymous Malvern Center Club House||Organizes support group meetings.||Chester||Alcoholics Anonymous Malvern Center Club House||Alcoholics Anonymous Southeastern PA Intergroup Association|
|Alcoholics Anonymous of Lancaster County||AA Preamble
Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.
The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for A.A. membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions. A.S. is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization or institution; does no wish to engage in any controversy; neither endorses nor opposes any causes. Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.
||Lancaster||Alcoholics Anonymous of Lancaster County||Independent Support Groups|
|Alcoholics Anonymous of Venango and Clarion County||To provide support to individuals who are committed to staying sober and alcohol free. 24 Hour Hot Line: (800)227-2421||Alcoholics Anonymous of Venango and Clarion County||Alcoholics Anonymous of Venango and Clarion County|
|Alcoholics Anonymous of Warren County||Fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength, and hope in order to recover from alcoholism.||Warren||Alcoholics Anonymous of Warren County||Alcoholics Anonymous of Warren County|
|Alcoholics Anonymous PA 2-1-1 NEPA Meetings||Alcoholic Anonymous Meetings
To find local Alcoholics Anonymous For North East Pennsylvania click on the following links.
For NEPA Intergroup click here then click on "HERE to View NEPA Meetings by City" or call 1 800-640-7545, this group covers all or part of the following counties Bradford, Columbia, Lackawanna, Luzerne, Pike, Sullivan, Susquehanna, Wayne and Wyoming.
Alcoholics Anonymous District 46 covers Tioga County and Western Bradford Counties click here. for a meeting list or call 1-800-316-2336.
Greater Williamsport Area Alcoholics Anonymous, District 48, covers the Lycoming County Area, click here. for available meetings or call 1-866-671-6130.
Alcoholics Anonymous, District 43 covers Clinton County click here. for a meeting list or call 814-237-3757.
Susquehanna Valley Alcoholics Anonymous covers Northumberland, Snyder and Union Counties click here. for a meeting list or call 570-286-7436
Alcoholics Anonymous District 59, covers Columbia and Montour Counties, click here. for a list of meetings or call 570-387-4940.
Pocono Mountains intergroup covers Monroe County, click here. for a meeting list.||Luzerne||Support Groups Listing||Independent Support Groups NEPA|
|Alcoholics Anonymous - Pittsburgh||A self-help group for recovering alcoholics.||Allegheny||Alcoholics Anonymous - Pittsburgh||Alcoholics Anonymous - Pittsburgh|
|Alcoholics Anonymous - Support Group||Provide a self-help group for recovering alcoholics.||Philadelphia||ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Southeastern PA Intergroup Association||Alcoholics Anonymous Southeastern PA Intergroup Association|
|Alcoholics Anonymous Support Groups - AA Intergroup NEPA||Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for A.A. membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions. A.S. is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization or institution; does no wish to engage in any controversy; neither endorses nor opposes any causes. Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.||Luzerne||Alcoholics Anonymous Intergroup For North East Pennsylvania||Alcoholics Anonymous Intergroup For North East Pennsylvania|
|Alcoholics Anonymous - Support Groups - District 43||A self-help group for recovering alcoholics.||Centre||Alcoholics Anonymous - District 43||Alcoholics Anonymous - District 43|
|Alcoholics Anonymous West Chester 307 Club House||Organizes support group meetings.||Chester||ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS WEST CHESTER 307 CLUB HOUSE||Alcoholics Anonymous Southeastern PA Intergroup Association|
|Alcoholics Anonymous, York Area Intergroup||A mutual-support self-help group for people who desire to stop drinking.
Meetings in Spanish are also available.||York||Alcoholics Anonymous, York Area Intergroup||Alcoholics Anonymous, York Area Intergroup|
|Bryn Mawr Hospital - Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)||Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is a meeting designed for open discussions regarding the addiction to alcohol.||Montgomery||Bryn Mawr Hospital - Montgomery; Bryn Mawr||Bryn Mawr Hospital|
|Church of the Redeemer UCC - Alcoholics Anonymous – Nooner in Hershey AA Group||The Nooner in Hershey AA Group provides support for recovering alcoholics and addicts who are trying to achieve and maintain sobriety. Meetings are held at Church of the Redeemer, Hershey, but are facilitated and managed by the Nooner Group.||Dauphin||Church of the Redeemer UCC||Church of the Redeemer UCC |
|Clearfield/Jefferson Drug and Alcohol Commission - Alcohol Addiction Support Group||Support groups for individuals to share their experience strength and hope with others experiencing similar issues.||Clearfield||Clearfield/Jefferson Drug and Alcohol Commission||Clearfield/Jefferson Drug and Alcohol Commission|
|Community Action Agency of Delaware County - A.A. Meetings||A.A Meetings: Thursdays 4-6 pm & Saturdays 12 - 1:30 pm||Delaware||CAADC - Life Center of Eastern Delaware County||Community Action Agency of Delaware County, Inc. (CAADC)|
|Double Trouble - Support Groups||Double Trouble provides support groups for those recovering from drug and/or alcohol addiction and mental health problems.||Chester||Double Trouble - Chester; West Chester||Double Trouble|
|First Presbyterian Church - Warren||Provides AA & NA meetings and Wednesday After School Youth Program||Warren||First Presbyterian Church - Warren||First Presbyterian Church - Warren|
|Greater Reading Mental Health Alliance - Support Group Central||Provides a variety of support groups for individuals with mental or physical health issues.
**Go to website www.grmha.org **||Berks||Greater Reading Mental Health Alliance||Greater Reading Mental Health Alliance|
|Greater Williamsport Area Alcoholic Anonymous||Coordinates and administers AA meetings in the Greater Williamsport Area. Call for times and locations.||Lycoming||Alcoholics Anonymous||Alcoholics Anonymous|
|Harrisburg Area Intergroup of Alcoholics Anonymous||Open and closed support group; maintenance of meeting facility for support group members; free literature pamphlets; "Fellowship House", public service speakers, prison meetings, one-on-one contact with a recovering person, open meetings for anyone interested in finding out more about AA.||Dauphin||Harrisburg Area Intergroup of Alcoholics Anonymous - Dauphin County||Harrisburg Area Intergroup of Alcoholics Anonymous - Dauphin County|
|Hope Community Church Potter's Wheel Alcohol Addiction Support Group||Alcohol addiction support group.||Blair||Hope Community Church||Hope Community Church|
|Hosts Community Meetings||Willing to host community meetings.
Hosts AA and anger management group (AMEND - educational program for men who are abusive)||Cumberland||St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church Carlisle||St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church Carlisle|
|Hurts, Habits & Hangups||Hurts, Habits and Hangups is the addiction outreach ministry for the church. This group offers support to anyone who needs help in dealing with addictive behavior due to drugs and/or alcohol whether it is the person or family affected by the addiction. Program offers referrals for treatment and counseling.
We meet on Thursday nights from 7:30 -9:00 pm. Everyone is welcomed to attend. Every other Thursday night - we breakout into gender groups, male & female to discuss specific issues.||Dauphin||Greater Zion Addiction Ministry||Greater Zion Addiction Ministry |
|John F. Kennedy Behavioral Health Center - Addictive Behaviors Services||Addictive Behaviors Services provide drug and alcohol counseling, methadone maintenance treatment, co-occurring disorders and specialized services for teenagers and first-time offenders. Specially trained to treat the complexities of co-occurring disorders, addictive behaviors staff combine on site day and evening treatment with linkages to housing, training, employment, recreation services, and self-help support groups.||Philadelphia||John F. Kennedy Community MH/MR Center - Philadelphia; Center City||John F. Kennedy Behavioral Health Center|
|Life Ring||Abstinence-based worldwide network of individuals seeking to live in recovery from addiction to alcohol or other non-medically indicated drugs. We have a virtual office. We are available by phone (800-811-4142) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org). Look to meeting locations at www.lifering.org.||Dauphin||Life Ring||Life Ring|
|Live and Let Live AA Chapter||LGBTQA-friendly AA meeting||Erie||Erie Gay News||Erie Gay News|
|Mechanics Brethren in Christ Church - At the Cross Recovery||Organization exists to help people who are struggling with addiction or enabling addiction. A Christian ministry that supports people in their recovery.||Cumberland||Mechanics Brethren in Christ Church||Mechanics Brethren in Christ Church |
|Mirmont Treatment Center - Relapse Prevention||Relapse Prevention Program is for those at risk for chronic relapse. Patients receive individual and small group therapy to help them address the underlying issues that drive them to repeated patterns of self sabotage and relapse.||Delaware||Mirmont Treatment Center||Main Line Health - Behavioral Health|
|Moderation Management - Online Support Network||Moderation Management (MM) is a behavioral change program and national support group network for people concerned about their drinking and who desire to make positive lifestyle changes. As opposed to traditional treatment approaches designed for serious alcohol dependents, MM is a less threatening first step, before problem drinkers' struggles become nearly intractable.
Assumptions of MM:
- Problem drinkers should be offered a choice of behavioral change goals.
- Harmful drinking habits should be addressed at a very early stage, before problems become severe.
- Problem drinkers can make informed choices about moderation or abstinence goals based upon educational information and the experiences shared at self-help groups.
- Harm reduction is a worthwhile goal, especially when the total elimination of harm or risk is not a realistic option.
- People should not be forced to change in ways they do not choose willingly.
- Moderation is a natural part of the process from harmful drinking, whether moderation or abstinence becomes the final goal. Most individuals who are able to maintain total abstinence first attempted to reduce their drinking, unsuccessfully. Moderation programs shorten the process of "discovering" if moderation is a workable solution by providing concrete guidelines about the limits of moderate alcohol consumption.||2795 E Bidwell St, Folsom CA (Moderation Management - Online Support Network)||Moderation Management |
|Norristown State Hospital - Co-Occurring Disorders||Serves both men and women who are dually diagnosed. This service identifies, educates, and treats psychiatric patients who have the additional presence of a drug or alcohol addiction/history by DSM IV diagnosis. A Certified Addictions Counselor provides and/or arranges for appropriate services for them. Two programs are conducted on campus: Alcoholics Anonymous (A.A.) and Double Trouble.||Montgomery||Norristown State Hospital - Montgomery; Norristown||Norristown State Hospital|
|Presbyerian Congregation of Middletown - Alcoholics Anonymous||Mutual Support Group||Dauphin||Presbyerian Congregation of Middletown||Presbyterian Congregation of Middletown|
|Reading-Berks Intergroup||Alcoholics Anonymous Twelve step programs. A fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.||Berks||Reading-Berks Intergroup||Reading-Berks Intergroup|
|Reading Hospital - Acute Care Hospital||- Acute Care Hospital
- Call Helpline (484-628-4357) for support group, health information information, and physician referrals.
- Offers free flu shot events
- Opioid Use Disorder Center of Excellence - Click here to make a referral
||Berks||Reading Hospital||Tower Health |
|Recovery Ministry||Support group for those struggling with addiction problems||Dauphin||New Life Church||New Life Church|
|Recovery Support-Pathway To Recovery||See web site for support services.
http://pathway-to-recovery.org/index.php/services/recovery-support||Luzerne||Pathway To Recovery||Pathway To Recovery|
|Secular Organizations for Sobriety||Helps substance abusers who want to acknowledge their disease and maintain sobriety as a separate issue from religion/spirituality. Meetings exist locally throughout NJ and PA, and there are also online groups and forums.||4773 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood CA (Secular Organizations for Sobriety)||Secular Organizations for Sobriety |
|Self-Help Groups||International network of self-help teaching groups result in complete recovery from substance addiction through planned abstinence from alcohol, drugs, pornography, or any other addiction in your life. Provides orientation in Addictive Voice Recognition Technique. No steps, psychology, or religion. RR focuses on individual responsibility, personal strengths, and complete recovery. Provides books, magazine, literature, audio, video, workshops and/or skilled instructions for a fee.||PO Box 800, Lotus CA (Self-Help Groups)||Rational Recovery Systems |
|Start Your Recovery. Org (Web Resource) - Treatment and Recovery Resources - Nationwide||Locating counseling from a licensed professional for reducing alcohol or drug use and staying sober, and it’s a critical part of medication-assisted treatment.
Support groups provide camaraderie from people who have faced similar challenges and circumstances. “Rehab” describes supervised programs designed to help people stop using alcohol or drugs and to provide the tools they need to live a healthy life.||Start Your Recovery.Org (Web Resource) - Nationwide||Start Your Recovery.Org (Web Resource) |
|Step to Freedom Recovery Biblically Based 12 Step Program - Support Group||A 12-step spiritual foundation for individuals with any type of substance abuse. There is identifying of stressors, triggers, the development of a support system and spiritual growth.||Lancaster||Worship Center||Worship Center|
|St. Rocco Church - Mission Santa Maria||Provides clothing, household items and furniture. Donations of the same items are accepted. Alcoholic Anonymous meetings in Spanish are also held here.||Chester||MISSION SANTA MARIA DONATION CENTER||St. Rocco Church|
|Together We Can||mutual support group||Dauphin||Halifax United Methodist Church||Halifax United Methodist Church|
|Twelve Step Mutual Support Groups||Twelve Step Mutual Support Groups open to anyone who wants to do something about his or her drinking problem.
Please visit www.aaharrisburg.org and click on the Meetings link for a list of local support groups.||Dauphin||Alcoholics Anonymous - Harrisburg Area Intergroup||Alcoholics Anonymous - Harrisburg Area Intergroup|
|Women For Sobriety||Self-help program for women alcoholics helping women overcome alcoholism and other addictions.||Bucks||Women For Sobriety||Women For Sobriety|