Men’s AA Meetings at the Greater Wakefield Resource Center

Weekly AA Meetings for Men at the Center

There are two men’s Alcoholics Anonymous meetings held each week at the Greater Wakefield Resource Center.

Thursday Open Meeting for Men

GROUP: Life or Death Men’s Big Book Group
Thursdays from 7:00 to 8:00 pm
DETAILS: In-person, Open, Discussion

Sunday Closed Meeting for Men

GROUP: Milton Mills Men’s Group
Sundays from 10:00 to 11:00 am
DETAILS: In-person, Closed, Discussion, Speaker

Both meetings are wheelchair accessible. Please call Bill Gehring at (603) 522-9243 for more information about either meeting.

What’s the difference between open and closed meetings?

Closed meetings are private and held for AA members and those who have a drinking problem and a desire to stop drinking.

Both open and closed meetings are free to attend, there is no intake process, and there is an expectation of anonymity and privacy—meaning that you do not discuss what happened in the meeting, what was shared, or who you saw with others.

Open meetings are open to the public, which means that family, friends, community members, coworkers, bosses, and anyone interested in learning more about AA may attend.