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AA Meetings for Law Enforcement and First Responders
The Bottles and Badges Group — Philadelphia Chapter.

The Bottles and Badges group meets every Wednesday night at 7 PM at the Fraternal Order of Police; Lodge # 5 – 11630 Caroline Road, Philadelphia, PA. Phone: 215-629-3600
http://www.bottlesandbadges.org

Note: If you are Law Enforcement or First Responder in a different region, area or state, you may want to check with this group and their website for links, resources and info to other help.

The Bottles and Badges group was started ten years ago in the New York City area. The group’s primary purpose is to help Law Enforcement Officers recover from Alcoholism. On a recent trip to New York for a 10 year anniversary meeting, several Philadelphia Cops decided to open a Philadelphia Chapter. The Philadelphia Bottles and Badges group meets every Wednesday at your FOP for one hour. There are many other members that will be there to assist you. The first meeting was on May 13, 2009. There were several members in attendance and it was a great success.

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MEETINGS IN SOUTH CENTRAL PA – DISTRICT 35 – AREA 59
Description: If you want to drink, that’s your business. If you want to stop, that’s ours.
http://www.d35pa-aa.org/

ALTOONA
A. A. Dist 17 General Service
Answering Service
Altoona PA,
814 946-9002

BETHLEHEM
A. A. Intergroup
2285 Schoenersville Rd Suite 208
Bethlehem PA,
610 882-0558
http://www.aalv.org

BLOOMSBURG
24 Hour A. A. Answering Service
Bloomsburg PA,
570 387-4940

CARLISLE
Cumberland Valley A. A. Intergroup
Carlisle PA,
888 930-4589

DUBOIS
Dubois 24 Hour A. A.
24 Hour Answering Service
800 400-2346
Dubois PA

ERIE
Erie Area A. A.
Answering Service
Erie PA,
814 452-2675

HANOVER
Hanover A. A. Intergroup
717 633-2661

HARRISBURG
East Shore A. A. Answering Service
717 234-5390

HARRISBURG
Harrisburg Area A. A. Intergroup
1251 S 19th St. Suite C
Harrisburg PA,
717 234-5390
http://www.aaharrisburg.org

INDIANA
Indiana Area A. A. Answering Service
Indiana PA,
724 349-4061

IRWIN
A. A. District 23 Answering Service
Irwin PA,
724 836-1404

JOHNSTOWN
Laurel Highlands A. A. Intergroup
604 Oak Street
Johnstown PA,
814 535-6863

JOHNSTOWN
Johnstown Area A. A. Answering Service
Johnstown PA,
814 533-5907

KANE
Tri County A. A. Office
46 Fraley Street
Kane PA,
814 837-9495
24 hr. A. A. hotline
814-730-6739

LANCASTER
Lancaster A. A. Central Office
1116 Manheim Pike #A
Lancaster PA,
Answering Service
717 394-3238

LEBANON
Lebanon Area A. A. Intergroup
353 North 10th Street
Lebanon PA,
Answering Service
717-279-4989

LEHIGHTON
Lehighton A. A.
Answering Service
800 640-7545

LEWISBURG
Lewisburg A. A.
Answering Service
570 286-7436

LEWISTOWN
24 hour
Answering Service
717 242-1517

LYNDORA
Butler Vicinity A. A. Answering Serice

800 434-7985

MARS
Butler County South A. A. Answering Service
724 935-7238

MEADVILLE
Meadville Area A. A. Answering Service
814 337-4019

MERCER COUNTY
A. A. Answering Service
Mercer PA
866-309-1090

MONESSON
Mid-Mon Valley A. A.
Answering Service
724 489-0740

NEW CASTLE
A. A. District 61
Answering Service
724 658-0585

OIL CITY
A. A. Answering Service
800-227-2421

PHILADELPHIA
A. A. Intergrupal Hispana De Pa
3565 North 7th Street
215 229-3800

PHILADELPHIA
South Eastern Penn A. A. Intergroup
444 North 3rd St. Suite 3E
215 923-7900
http://www.sepennaa.org

PITTSBURGH
Pittsburgh Area A. A. Central Office
401 Wood St Suite 906
24 HR Answering Service
412 471-7472
http://www.pghaa.org

PITTSTON
Northeastern Pennsylvania A. A. Intergroup
Penn Park Bldg
48 South Main St Suite 206
570 654-0488

POTTSTOWN
Schuylkil Valley A. A.
Answering Service
610 323-3450

POTTSVILLE
Answering Service
Pottsville PA,
570 628-4550

READING
Reading-Berks A. A. Intergroup
Answering Service
610 373-6500
http://www.readingberksintergroup.org

SELLERSVILLE,
A. A. Upper Bucks County
Answering Service
215 721-3656

SHARON
A. A. Answering Service
724 342-0162

Schuylkill County PA
A. A. District 58 Area 59
https://district58area59aa.org
– also see: DISTRICT 49 below

A. A. DISTRICT 49
TAMAQUA
Schuylkill and Luzerne County
and all of Carbon County.
Tamaqua PA,
570 628-4550
http://www.district49aa.org

STATE COLLEGE
A. A. Central Answering Service
814 237-3757

STROUDSBURG
Answering Service
570 424-8532

SUNBURY
Sunbury Answering Service
570 286-7436

TAMAQUA
A. A. DISTRICT 49
Schuylkill and Luzerne County
and all of Carbon County.
570 628-4550
http://www.district49aa.org

WARREN
Warren Answering Service
814 726-2345

WASHINGTON PENNSYLVANIA
24 Hour A. A.
Answering Service
724 225-4188

WILKES-BARRE A. A.
Answering Service
570 829-0007

WILLIAMSPORT
Answering Service
570 327-2860

YORK
York Area A. A. Intergroup
717 854-4617
http://www.york-pa-aa.org

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