Sobriety Meetups

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This is a group about socializing with others without the use of alcohol. We have get-togethers like pot-luck barbecues, movie nights, game nights, an evening of pool or bowling, walks or hikes, a day at the lake, etc., where no one involved is inter

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This group is for anyone who wants to get out and meet other like minded people for fun and comradery without involving alcohol or drugs.

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Sober Friends
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Meet others who are commited to an alcohol-free lifestyle. Gather to participate in social activities such as dining out, beach walks, day trips, golf, card game and boardgame parties, and more! Make friends with people who know you don't need to d

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People who are Alcohol-Free
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Join with confidence. I’m a founder/organizer and event organizer of many other groups with a direct network of over 10,000 members! What we’re all about: Too much of Meetup surrounds awkward get-togethers in bars—some of which, that’s all they do.

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Responsible People
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Welcome to SMART Recovery®, a science-based addiction recovery support group—where participants learn self-empowering techniques to aid their recovery through mutual-help face-to-face and online meetings and services. No matter what your addiction, S

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The foundation for this group is very simple. All you need is the dedication to live a life of sobriety and the desire to find some great people to share some good times with & build some real friendships. If you’re sober and want to meet and hang ou

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Crazy cool friends
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Are you a non-drinker? Are you a non-smoker? Are you a non-drug user? Do you want to make friends with a network of people who don't centre their lives around bars, drinking and taking chemicals to socialise? Let's get together for affordable an

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Binge Thinkers
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Dearest Seekers, I am really excited to become the organizer of this group, thank you Eli for pointing me towards it and thank you Abby for bringing it thus far. Creating community is essential for recovery and "What we can't do alone, we can do toge

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Want to meet new people who are not into the 'scene'? Want to do things that are fun without the need for alcohol or drugs? Lets get together and explore NYC. Go for a day trip outside of NYC. A Museum, The Zoo, The Beach, Hiking, A Broadway Play ...

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Sober friends says it all. Let's have fun together and enjoy different activities- while sober! We love sports, the outdoors, good conversation, adventure, theme parks, travel and trying new things with like-minded friends.

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April 23, 2015

I am the owner of a non-profit gym that has created a community around recovery from drugs and alcohol. This is a group for people interested in a wide variety of exercise classes including yoga, bootcamp, dance, cross-fit, weight-training and run gr

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active people
April 23, 2015

A few months ago I embarked on an outward bound expedition on the Boundary Waters in MN without having any knowledge of camping, hiking, or canoeing with total strangers. It changed my life. For a week I had no contact with the outside world and fina

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The Atl Trails to Recovery
April 21, 2015
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"If anyone who is showing inability to control his drinking can do the right- about-face and drink like a gentleman, our hats are off to him." Maybe alcoholism is a disease, for some. Maybe AA is the only way, for some. Or maybe, with a little help f

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Ladies and Gentlemen
April 17, 2015
Private

When you're ready to overcome your addictions (drugs, alcohol, work, exercise, sex, etc.) take The Next Step. This group is about empowering participants and fostering an understanding of what addiction really is and how to outgrow it. Powerful tools

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Steppers
April 15, 2015

This group is for anyone in recovery from alcoholism and other addictions to practice mindfulness meditation and learn about Buddhist principles to aid their recovery process. If you are new to meditation, this is a great place to learn the basics! W

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April 10, 2015
Private

$5.00 donation for teaching locations. $8.00 Wednesdays. All Twelve Step fellowships included One hour chakra and twelve step themed yoga class. Go at your own pace, do what you can leave the rest behind. Beginners welcome.

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Twelve Steppers
April 9, 2015
Private

"As Gardner's of Spirit we recognize that out of darkness comes birth and out of light comes the flower." This meetup is an earth-centered support group for those who are seeking an alternative to the traditional 12 step setting. The groups will be b

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Nion Dawn Members
April 5, 2015

The BTFMovement After the loss of our son and our friend, Benjamin Tofik Farah, to drug overdose we came together and formed the BTFMovement with the express mission of drug prevention through education. We set for ourselves 5 mission points: Educate

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April 4, 2015

Staying sober doesn't have to be boring! Come out and join other non-drinking people for fun activities like dining, bowling , board games and more. Got suggestions for fun events? We would welcome your thoughts.

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Non-Drinkers
April 4, 2015
Private

I created this peer-led support organization for children and partners of addicts/alcoholics. Find us at www.MinkysMessage.org. Our goal is to raise awareness and CRUSH THE HUSH associated with families dealing with addiction. No partner or child sho

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