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Adult Children of Alcoholics World Services Org
Adult Children of Alcoholics World Services Organization
A 12-step, 12-tradition program for adults who come from dysfunctional families. Locations and times of local ACA meetings may be accessed through the website. Or requests for meeting information may be sent with stamped, self-addressed envelope to: ACA WSO, PO Box 3216, Torrance, CA 90510.
PO Box 3216
Torrance, CA 90510
Al-Anon Family Groups
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.
4021 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Alcanon Club
Alcanon Club
Support group for alcoholics and persons with addictions.
926 East 6th Street
Erie, PA 16507
Hours: Call for more information.
Alcoholics Anonymous
Alcoholics Anonymous
Support group for individuals with a drinking problem.
1611 Peach Street
Erie, PA 16501
Eligibility: Call for more information.
Hours: Call or visit website for more information
Alcoholics Anonymous
Greater Williamsport Area Alcoholic Anonymous
Coordinates and administers AA meetings in the Greater Williamsport Area. Call for times and locations.
475 Riverside Drive at West 120th St. -
New York, NY 10115
Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 4:45 p.m.*, Monday-Friday (except holidays)
Alcoholics Anonymous
Alcoholics Anonymous Intergroup NEPA
**COVID-19 UPDATES** -- NEPA IG Zoom Meetings ~ Alcoholics Anonymous Download Zoom App - Click 'Join a Meeting' - Enter code next to meeting name on this list (8 or 9 digits) DAILY 7 AM Eye Openers: 355 517 917 Morning Zoom: 775 294 036 His Will: 518 411 155 Tradition 3: 618 798 106 9 AM Daily Reflections: 288 180 969 10:30 AM We Are Not Saints: 912 241 9829 11:00 AM Women's Midmorning Sanity: 921 211 188 12:00 PM Noon in Zoom (Noon in Bloom): 416 544 4096 Nooner: 237 891 6742 12:30 PM Reaching Out: 738 986 0784 (every day but Saturdays) 1:00 PM Gratitude: 288 180 969 6:30 PM Reaching Out: 738 986 0784 (every day but Wednesdays) 7 PM RidgeRunners: 348 076 4589 8 PM The Power of We: 337 060 992 Big Book: 288 180 969 9 PM Speaker: 288 180 969 11 PM 12&12: 288 180 969 SUNDAY 8:30 AM Men's Meeting: 729 076 230 9 AM Upper Hill: 315 904 1864 10 AM Wyoming Area Recovery (WAR): 360 151 3134 2:00 PM GEM Group: 281 816 505 6:00 PM 1st Step: 288 180 969 6:30 PM Heart and Soul Women's Group: 675 043 8674 Junction Group: 417 856 212 7 PM We Are Not Saints (Tunk): 937 653 0440 Back to Basic: 317 545 535 Dunmore group: 317 846 8937 8 PM New Vista: 184 885 195 Monday 7 AM Waverly Main St: 790 999 1101 12:00 PM KISS: 677 076 3320 2:30 PM Check In: 912 241 9829 5:30 PM We Are Not Saints: 912 241 9829 KISS: 677 076 3320 6:30 PM New Visions of Hope: 902 904 9184 Walk Softly and Carry a Big Book: 466 477 849 Tuesday 7 AM Recovery Rises: 634 279 856 12:10-12:50 PM Recovery Bank: 973 082 487 6:30 PM Heart and Soul Women's Group: 675 043 8674 7 PM Primary Purpose Group: 574 214 263 Sober Sisters: 753 936 7078 Women's Meditation 7:30 PM Rule: 62 723 744 0123 8 PM New Vista: 184 885 195 Wednesday 12:00 PM KISS: 677 076 3320 5:30 PM Upper Hill: 315 904 1864 KISS: 677 076 3320 Nay Aug: 315 904 1864 Thursday 6:30 PM Walk Softly and Carry a Big Book (12&12): 896 982 342 Heart and Soul Women's Group: 675 043 8674 7 PM GEM Group: 633 153 128 Broad Highway : 459 704 9643 8 PM New Vista: 184 885 195 Friday 12:00 PM and 5:30 PM KISS: 677 076 3320 8 PM New Vista: 184 885 195 11 PM Last Call: 808 952 7704 Saturday 7 PM Waverly Main Street: 790 999 1101 9 AM Hard 2 B Humble: 782 014 8675 10 AM Wyoming Area Recovery (WAR): 360 151 3134 ______________________ The purpose of Intergroup for NEPA is administer and coordinate Alcoholics Anonymous meetings in Northeastern PA. Visit website for meeting information. https://aaintergroupnepa.org/meetings
422 North Main Street
Pittson, PA 18640
Hours: 24/7
Alcoholics Anonymous - District 43
Alcoholics Anonymous - Support Groups - District 43
A self-help group for recovering alcoholics.
P.O. Box 912
Lemont, PA 168510912
Eligibility: The only requirement for AA membership is a desire to stop drinking.
Hours: Please call the hotline or view the Web site for a complete list of meeting times and locations.
Alcoholics Anonymous - District 48
Alcoholics Anonymous - District 48 - Support Groups - Greater Williamsport
A self-help group for recovering alcoholics.
Eligibility: The only requirement for AA membership is a desire to stop drinking.
Hours: Please call the hotline or view their website for a complete list of meeting times and locations.
Alcoholics Anonymous - Pittsburgh
Alcoholics Anonymous - Pittsburgh
A self-help group for recovering alcoholics.
900 Fifth Avenue
5th Floor
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Eligibility: Open to anyone who requests help regarding a drinking problem.
Hours: 24-hour answering service; meetings held seven days a week.
Alcoholics Anonymous - Schuylkill County
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.
700 East Norwegian Street
Pottsville, PA 17901
Eligibility: Person who desires to stop drinking
Alcoholics Anonymous Cumberland Valley Intergroup
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.
P.O. Box 1453
(see web for meetings & locations)
Carlisle, PA 17013
Hours: 3rd Tuesday, 6:30pm
Alcoholics Anonymous in the Lehigh Valley
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.
2285 Schoenersville Road
A.B.E. Intergroup
Bethlehem, PA 18017
Eligibility: Individuals with a drinking problem who want to quit.
Hours: 24 hours/7 days
Alcoholics Anonymous of Warren County
Alcoholics Anonymous of Warren County
Fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength, and hope in order to recover from alcoholism.
P.O. Box 484
Warren, PA 16365
Eligibility: Call for more information.
Hours: 24/7
Alcoholics Anonymous Southeastern PA Intergroup Association
Alcoholics Anonymous - Support Group
Provide a self-help group for recovering alcoholics.
444 North Third Street
Third Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19123
Hours: Business Office: Monday through Friday 9:00am to 5:00pm
Alcoholics Anonymous Southeastern PA Intergroup Association
Alcoholics Anonymous Malvern Center Club House
Organizes support group meetings.
Great Valley Corporate Center
10 Liberty Boulevard
Frazer, PA 19355
Alcoholics Anonymous Southeastern PA Intergroup Association
Alcoholics Anonymous Phoenixville Club House
Support groups.
Gay & Walnut Streets
Phoenixville, PA 19460
Alcoholics Anonymous Southeastern PA Intergroup Association
Alcoholics Anonymous West Chester 307 Club House
Organizes support group meetings.
822 East Washington Avenue
West Chester, PA 19380
Alcoholics Anonymous, York Area Intergroup
Alcoholics Anonymous, York Area Intergroup
A mutual-support self-help group for people who desire to stop drinking. Meetings in Spanish are also available.
PO Box 1085
York, PA 17405
Eligibility: Open to anyone.
Hours: Daily meetings, call for time and place
Bryn Mawr Hospital
Bryn Mawr Hospital - Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is a meeting designed for open discussions regarding the addiction to alcohol.
130 South Bryn Mawr Avenue
Bryn Mawr, PA 19010
Church of the Redeemer UCC
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.
500 West Chocolate Avenue
Hershey, PA 17033
Eligibility: Desire to achieve and maintain sobriety
Hours: Monday to Saturday, 12:00pm to 1:00pm (All meetings are Closed Group except Thursday meeting)
Tuesday, 6:30pm (Closed Group)
Wednesday, 6:30pm (Closed Group)
Saturday, 7:00am (Closed Group)
Sunday, 3:00pm (Closed Group)
Community Action Agency of Delaware County, Inc. (CAADC)
Community Action Agency of Delaware County - A.A. Meetings
A.A Meetings: Thursdays 4-6 pm & Saturdays 12 - 1:30 pm
6310 Market Street
Upper Darby, PA 19082
Derry Presbyterian Church
Alcoholics Anonymous
NOTE as of March 12, 2020 Derry Presbyterian Church will be closed from March 14th until March 29, 2020. Thank you. 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.
248 East Derry Road
Hershey , PA 17033
Hours: NOTE as of March 12, 2020 Derry Presbyterian Church will be closed from March 14th until March 29, 2020. Thank you. Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday, 8:00pm
First time participants are invited to attend at 7:00pm on Saturday nights.
Duncannon Otterbein United Methodist 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.
722 New Bloomfield Road
Social Hall at Roseglen UMC
Duncannon, PA 17020
Hours: Wednesday, 7:30pm
Erie Gay News
Live and Let Live AA Chapter
LGBTQA-friendly AA meeting
1011 West 38th Street
Community United Church
Erie, PA 16508
Hours: Sundays, 7:00pm
First Presbyterian Church - Warren
First Presbyterian Church - Warren
Provides AA & NA meetings and Wednesday After School Youth Program.
300 Market Street
Warren, PA 16365
Hours: Call for information.
First United Methodist Church - Punxsutawney
First United Methodist Church - Punxsutawney - Alocoholics Anonymous
Alcoholics Anonymous Support group for individuals dealing with alcohol use and addicition.
301 West Mahoning Street
Punxsutawney, PA 15767
Hours: Mondays, 8:00pm
Greater Reading Mental Health Alliance
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 **
1234 Penn Avenue
Wyomissing, PA 19610
Eligibility: No limitations
Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
Harbor of Shippensburg
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.
55 West King Street
Shippensburg, PA 17257
Hours: Tuesday, 12:00pm
Harrisburg Area Intergroup of Alcoholics Anonymous - Dauphin County
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.
1251 South 19th Street
Harrisburg, PA 17104
Eligibility: Anyone who desires to stop drinking alcohol
Hope Community Church
Hope Community Church Potter's Wheel Alcohol Addiction Support Group
Alcohol addiction support group.
1520 Eleventh Street
Altoona, PA 16601
Hours: 9:00AM-3:00PM
Independent Support Groups
Alcoholics Anonymous of Lancaster County
**NOTES** Click here for Covid-19 service annoncements 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.
Call for meeting locations
Eligibility: Person who desires to stop drinking
Hours: Office hours: Monday through Friday, 11:00am to 5:00pm; Thursday, 5:30p to 7:30pm (Call before coming); Answering service available Monday through Sunday, 24 hours
John F. Kennedy Behavioral Health Center
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.
112 North Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19102
Life Ring
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 (service@lifering.org). Look to meeting locations at www.lifering.org.
25125 Santa Clara Street, E-359
Hayward, CA 94544
Main Line Health - Behavioral Health
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.
100 Yearsley Mill Road
Lima, PA 19063
Eligibility: Mirmont offers full continuum of Inpatient and Outpatient programs and services for adults over the age of 18.
Hours: 24/7
Mechanics Brethren in Christ Church
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.
1050 South York Street
Mechanics Brethren in Christ Church
Mechanicsburg , PA 17055
Eligibility: Anyone is welcome to come
Hours: Tuesday, 7:00pm to 8:30pm
Mental Health Partnerships
Recovery and Peer Support Groups
Provides daytime support groups for adults with mental health and substance abuse challenges.
3119 Spring Garden Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Hours: Tue - Sat 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Moderation Management
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
Suite 100-244
Folsom, CA 95630
New Life Church
Recovery Ministry
Support group for those struggling with addiction problems
860 Wood Street
Steelton, PA 17113
Eligibility: Addiction problems
Norristown State Hospital
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.
1001 Sterigere Street
Norristown, PA 19401
Eligibility: Services are available for NSH patients
Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 4:30 pm
Pathway To Recovery
Recovery Support-Pathway To Recovery
See web site for support services. http://pathway-to-recovery.org/index.php/services/recovery-support
223 West Broad Street
Hazleton, PA 18201
Rational Recovery Systems
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 95651
Reading-Berks Intergroup
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.
Meeting locations vary
Reading, PA 19611
Eligibility: Open meetings: Anyone interested in recovery from alcohol Closed meetings: Members only
Hours: AA meetings: Times vary, see schedule
Intergroup meetings: Fourth Tuesday of each month, 7:30pm
Secular Organizations for Sobriety
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 90027
St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church Carlisle
Hosts Community Meetings
Willing to host community meetings. Hosts AA and anger management group (AMEND - educational program for men who are abusive)
201 West Louther Street
Carlisle, PA 17013
Hours: Call for more information on using the church or attending one of the groups
St. Rocco Church
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.
29 Gap Newport Pike
P.O. Box 1019
Avondale, PA 19311
Eligibility: Mainly serves Spanish people.
Hours: Donation Center is open on Monday-Friday, 9:30 AM-4:30 PMOpen to receive donations only on Saturday, 9:00 AM-3:00 PM and Sunday, 9:00 AM-1:00 PMAA meetings in Spanish are held Monday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday at 7:00 PM
Start Your Recovery.Org (Web Resource)
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.
1321 Duke Street
Alexandria, VA 22314
Eligibility: Resource is for all. Eligibility is by agency.
Hours: 24 hours a day 365 days a year.
Tower Health
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
Sixth Avenue and Spruce Street
Reading, PA 19611
Eligibility: No limitations
Hours: 24/7
White Deer Run Treatment Network
Women's Support Group - Allenwood - White Deer Run
Group provides the opportunities for safe, open discussion regarding addictive behaviors, emotional dependencies and traumas. Through this supportive network, women learn to establish positive attitudes and relationships, furthering their recovery.
360 White Deer Run
Allenwood, PA 17810
Women For Sobriety
Women For Sobriety
Self-help program for women overcoming problems with alcohol and other drugs.
PO Box 618
Quakertown, PA 189510618
Eligibility: Women with substance use disorders
Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 4:30pm Quakertown Meetings, Wednesdays, 6:00pm Additional meetings available in Williamsport, Lemoyne, Phoenixville, Willow Grove, and Pittsburgh
Worship Center
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.
2384 New Holland Pike
Lancaster, PA 17601
Eligibility: Anyone suffering from addictive behaviors or in recovery
Hours: Wednesday, 7:00pm
Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church
Alcoholics Anonymous
Mutual Support Group
100 West Main Street
Hummelstown, PA 17036
Hours: AA programs held Sunday, Monday, Tuesday @ 7:00pm
Al-Anon Family Groups
Al-Anon / Alateen
Alcanon Club
Alcanon Club
Alcoholics Anonymous
Alcoholics Anonymous
Alcoholics Anonymous
Greater Williamsport Area Alcoholic Anonymous
Alcoholics Anonymous
Alcoholics Anonymous Intergroup NEPA
Alcoholics Anonymous - District 48
Alcoholics Anonymous - District 48 - Support Groups - Greater Williamsport
Alcoholics Anonymous - Pittsburgh
Alcoholics Anonymous - Pittsburgh
Alcoholics Anonymous - Schuylkill County
Alcoholics Anonymous
Alcoholics Anonymous Cumberland Valley Intergroup
Alcoholics Anonymous
Alcoholics Anonymous in the Lehigh Valley
Alcoholics Anonymous in the Lehigh Valley
Alcoholics Anonymous Southeastern PA Intergroup Association
Alcoholics Anonymous - Support Group
Alcoholics Anonymous Southeastern PA Intergroup Association
Alcoholics Anonymous Malvern Center Club House
Alcoholics Anonymous Southeastern PA Intergroup Association
Alcoholics Anonymous Phoenixville Club House
Alcoholics Anonymous Southeastern PA Intergroup Association
Alcoholics Anonymous West Chester 307 Club House
Alcoholics Anonymous, York Area Intergroup
Alcoholics Anonymous, York Area Intergroup
Bryn Mawr Hospital
Bryn Mawr Hospital - Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)
Church of the Redeemer UCC
Church of the Redeemer UCC - Alcoholics Anonymous – Nooner in Hershey AA Group
Community Action Agency of Delaware County, Inc. (CAADC)
Community Action Agency of Delaware County - A.A. Meetings
Derry Presbyterian Church
Alcoholics Anonymous
Duncannon Otterbein United Methodist Church
Alcoholics Anonymous
Erie Gay News
Live and Let Live AA Chapter
First Presbyterian Church - Warren
First Presbyterian Church - Warren
First United Methodist Church - Punxsutawney
First United Methodist Church - Punxsutawney - Alocoholics Anonymous
Greater Reading Mental Health Alliance
Greater Reading Mental Health Alliance - Support Group Central
Harbor of Shippensburg
Al-Anon/Alateen Family Groups
Harrisburg Area Intergroup of Alcoholics Anonymous - Dauphin County
Harrisburg Area Intergroup of Alcoholics Anonymous
Hope Community Church
Hope Community Church Potter's Wheel Alcohol Addiction Support Group
John F. Kennedy Behavioral Health Center
John F. Kennedy Behavioral Health Center - Addictive Behaviors Services
Life Ring
Life Ring
Main Line Health - Behavioral Health
Mirmont Treatment Center - Relapse Prevention
Mechanics Brethren in Christ Church
Mechanics Brethren in Christ Church - At the Cross Recovery
Mental Health Partnerships
Recovery and Peer Support Groups
Moderation Management
Moderation Management - Online Support Network
New Life Church
Recovery Ministry
Norristown State Hospital
Norristown State Hospital - Co-Occurring Disorders
Pathway To Recovery
Recovery Support-Pathway To Recovery
Reading-Berks Intergroup
Reading-Berks Intergroup
Secular Organizations for Sobriety
Secular Organizations for Sobriety
St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church Carlisle
Hosts Community Meetings
St. Rocco Church
St. Rocco Church - Mission Santa Maria
Start Your Recovery.Org (Web Resource)
Start Your Recovery. Org (Web Resource) - Treatment and Recovery Resources - Nationwide
Tower Health
Reading Hospital - Acute Care Hospital
White Deer Run Treatment Network
Women's Support Group - Allenwood - White Deer Run
Women For Sobriety
Women For Sobriety
Worship Center
Step to Freedom Recovery Biblically Based 12 Step Program - Support Group
Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church
Alcoholics Anonymous
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