Alanon and Alateen

Al?Anon (over 18 y.o.) and Alateen (12-19 y.o.) is a mutual support program for people whose lives have been affected by someone else’s drinking. 

 

Alanon

On-Campus (Students Only)

Wednesday 7pm - 8:15pm

Cro 224

 

Off-campus

Friday at 7:00pm

19 Jay St, New London, CT 06320

https://www.ctalanon.org/meetings/meetings-by-town



Alateen

Off-campus

Wednesday 7:00 PM

St Andrews Presbyterian Church

310 Fort Hill Rd, Groton, CT, 06340, USA

Age range 12-19

https://www.ctalanon.org/meetings/alateen-meetings-by-town



AA (Alcoholics Anonymous)

Alcoholics Anonymous is for people who have had a drinking problem and have a desire to stop drinking. AA has no central authority controlling how the groups operate and it is up to the members of each group to decide what they do. All members are themselves recovering from alcoholism. 

https://ct-aa.org/meetings/?tsml-day=any&tsml-region=new-london

 

Sunday 10:00 am

0 mi

Eye Opener Group

Connecticut College Athletic- Fitness Center

Reservoir St

Monday 8:00 pm

0 mi

Thames River Group

Connecticut College -Becker House

270 Mohegan Ave Pkwy

Monday 12:15 pm

  • 6 mi

New London Sandwich Group

St James' Episcopal Church

76 Federal St

Monday 4:00 pm

  • 6 mi

Women's Happy Hour Big Book Group Women

St James' Episcopal Church

76 Federal St

Tuesday 10:00 am

  • 6 mi

New London Sandwich Group

St James' Episcopal Church

76 Federal St

Wednesday 7:00 am

  • 6 mi

Early Risers Group

St James' Episcopal Church

76 Federal St

Saturday 6:00 pm

  • 6 mi

As Bill Sees It Group

St James' Episcopal Church

76 Federal St

Monday 11:30 am

  • 8 mi

Brown Bagger's Group

St Mary Star of the Sea

10 Huntington St

Monday 7:00 pm

  • 8 mi

Rocking Chair Group

First Church of Christ

66 Union St

Tuesday 11:30 am

  • 8 mi

Brown Bagger's Group

St Mary Star of the Sea

10 Huntington St

Tuesday 7:00 pm

  • 8 mi

LGBTQ Group

All Souls Unitarian Church

19 Jay St

Wednesday 11:30 am

  • 8 mi

Brown Bagger's Group

St Mary Star of the Sea

10 Huntington St

Thursday 11:30 am

  • 8 mi

Brown Baggers Group

St Mary Star of the Sea

10 Huntington St

Friday 11:30 am

  • 8 mi

Brown Baggers Group

St Mary Star of the Sea

10 Huntington St

 

NA (Narcotics Anonymous)

Narcotics Anonymous is for people who have experienced their drug use as a major problem in their life. NA members are recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean. This is a program of complete abstinence from all drugs. There is only one requirement for membership, the desire to stop using

 

Mon-Friday at 10am or Saturday 10:30am

Huntington Street Baptist Church

29 Huntington Street

New London, CT 06320-6108

https://www.na.org:443/meetingsearch/text-results.php?country=USA&state=CT&city=new%20london&zip=06320&street=&within=5&day=0&lang=&orderby=distance



Smart Recovery

Self-Management And Recovery Training (SMART) is a global community of mutual-support groups. At meetings, participants help one another resolve problems with any addiction.

https://www.smartrecovery.org/

 

Westerly, RI: Thursday 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM

Hope Recovery Community Center

55 Beach Street, Westerly, RI 02891, USA

 

Voluntown, Connecticut: Wednesday 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM

Voluntown Elementary School Library

195 Main St., Voluntown, CT, 06384-2014

 

Hebron, Connecticut: Monday 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM

AHM Youth & Family Services

25 Pendleton Dr., Hebron, CT, 06248, USA




Free Hotline Resources

The following hotline resources are free, confidential, and available 24/7:

 

Al-Anon and Ala-teen hotline line: 800-356-9996 – Counselors provide support to teens and adults who are negatively impacted by alcohol addiction and provide resources to group therapy nearby for ongoing support.

 

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA): 1-800-662-4357 – English/Spanish speaking counselors provide referrals to treatment facilities, support groups, and community-based services.

 

National Suicide Prevention: 1-800-273-8255 – Support to help those in crisis process their emotional distress and prevent suicide.

Drugfree.org: call 855-378-4373 or text 55753 – Counselors provide support and education and guide you to the best course of action.

 

Free Information Resources

https://alcoholscreening.org/
AlcoholScreening.org is an online screener that helps individuals assess their own alcohol drinking patterns to determine if it is likely to be harming their health or increasing their risk for future harm.

https://www.moderation.org/bac/bac-men.html

https://www.moderation.org/bac/bac-women.html

http://www.clevelandclinic.org/health/interactive/alcohol_calculator.asp

Tables to help you estimate the Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) you would reach when drinking over a variety of time periods and a (BAC) Calculator.

https://www.collegedrinkingprevention.gov/ParentsandStudents/Students/FactSheets/factsAboutAlcoholPoisoning.aspx

Signs of alcohol poisoning/overdose.