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Hi Goody,

Good luck with the move! You might want to check the phone book and local paper for meetings, and check with an agency that offers treatment. They can steer you to an open AA group that suits your needs. While you are inquiring, you might also volunteer to be a sponsor. Taking on the responsibility to help another person stay sober reinforces your own sobriety.

If you have a faith, a church of that denomination can often help you find a group, and may in fact have one itself.

Just remember, the reasons you quit are just as valid no matter where you go. The only reason to start drinking again is suicide. And if you commit suicide, you can't drink anymore anyway ;-)

Best,
Richard
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