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Frequently Asked Questions
What is alcoholics anonymous?
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.A. is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization or institution; does not 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.
What does membership in aa cost?

Membership in A.A. involves no financial obligations of any kind. The A.A. program of recovery from alcoholism is available to anyone who has a desire to stop drinking, whether he or she is flat broke or the possessor of millions.
Most local groups “pass the hat” at meetings to defray the cost of renting a meeting place and other meeting expenses, including coffee, sandwiches, cakes, or whatever else may be served. In a large majority of the groups, part of the money thus collected is voluntarily contributed to A.A.’s national and international services. These group
funds are used exclusively for services designed to help new and established groups and to spread the word of the A.A. recovery program to “the many alcoholics who still don’t know.”

Is A.A. a religious society?
A.A. is not a religious society, since it requires no definite religious belief as a condition of membership. Although it has been endorsed and approved by many religious leaders, it is not allied with any organization or sect. Included in its membership are Catholics, Protestants, Jews, members of other major religious bodies, agnostics, and atheists.
The A.A. program of recovery from alcoholism is undeniably based on acceptance of certain spiritual values. The individual member is free to interpret those values as he or she thinks best, or not to think about them at all.
What is an open meeting?

An open meeting of A.A. is a group meeting that any member of the community, alcoholic or non-alcoholic, may attend. The only obligation is that of not disclosing the names of A.A. members outside the meeting.

What is a closed meeting?
A closed meeting is for A.A. members only, or for those who have a drinking problem and have a desire to stop drinking. Closed meetings give members an opportunity to discuss particular phases of their alcoholic problem that can be understood best only by other alcoholics.
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Our Committee Chairs

DCM

John M.

Alt. DCM

Katie W.

Secretary

Mary Ellen H.

Treasurer

Tess P.

Finance

Grant R.

Hotline

Craig E.

Functions

Brittanie G.

PI/CPC

Ed

Archives

Craig R.

Coffee Maker

Rose D.

Treatment

Gina B.

Corrections

Kyle V.

GSR Orientation

Mary L.

LCM

Canaan P.

Webmaster

Ryan H.

If there is an emergency, call the toll free hotline.

Get In Touch With Us

Need help? LOCAL aa HOTLINES:

New Hampshire: 1-800-593-3330
Eastern Mass: 1-617-426-9444
Maine: 1-207-774-4335
Vermont/White River Jct.: 1-802-658-4221

Address

District 9
P.O. Box 1182
Derry, NH 03038