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300 Park St. South
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Three Legacies AA
100 N. Washington
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Three Legacies New Beginnings for Women
5:30 pm River Valley Christian Church
100 N Washington, New Ulm
Are you caring for someone with Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia? FREE, confidential consultations are available at your convenience to help and support you.
Call Prairie Senior
Cottages at 359-3420
Crystal Meth Anonymous
CMA Hope Group Open Meeting
First United Methodist Church
1 North Broadway, New ulm
DRUG PROBLEM IN YOUR HOME?
The Nar-Anon Family Group may be able to help. Meeting place: WEcovery 509 Front Street Mankato, MN
Questions: Rita 507-340-3092
Easy Access Narcotics Anonymous, Fridays at 7 p.m., First United Methodist Church. 1 North Broadway St. New Ulm. Open meeting 1st Friday of the Month.
Emotions Anonymous is an anonymous
fellowship open to any person seeking help to deal with overwhelming emotions-anger, fear, sadness, despair, & other strong feelings. No fees or dues.
Join us at (EA)
Emotions Anonymous Mondays at 7:00 p.m. 100 N. Wash. St. (River Valley Christian Church) New Ulm.
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Narcotics & Alcoholics Anon. Open Meeting every Monday, 7:00p.m., in Fairfax Auditorium, kids welcome, Any questions, call Michelle, 507-430-7685.
Narcotics Anonymous meeting.Thurs. Nights from 7:00-8:00 at the Fairfax Public Library
OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS is an anonymous fellowship open to any person with an eating disorder or weight problem; there are no dues or fees. Join us at Overeaters Anonymous (OA). Tuesdays, 7:00pm, 100 N. Washington, River Valley Christian Church, New Ulm. Contact: 276-3968 or
Parkinsons Support Group meets the 2nd Monday of each month 1:30 at Oak Hills,
(Hillside Haven Rm)
1314 8th St. North
Contact Linda Tauer, 507-227-1497
All area people
PREGNANT? FREE Counseling for care throughout pregnancy. Post abortion counseling also available. 1-800-786-0200, 1-800-777-3128. New Ulm Chapter of Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL).
A law and Gospel
approach to experiencing the grace of God in the midst of recovery.
After Program Q&A
Services Group Center
1 1/2 N. Minnesota St.
(above the New Ulm Chamber of Commerce)
Respite Care Group Starting 2/12/2020 at The Senior Building 600 North Germain Room 112.
Every 2nd Wednesday. 10:30-12:30.
contact me at Deanna.harvego@lssmn.
org or call 320-292-3840
Serenity Seekers Al-Anon,
Trinity Lutheran Church,
217 Breckenridge St., SW, Sleepy Eye, Mn. Use the lower
The Riverbend Chapter of the National Federation of the Blind now meets every 2nd Thursday at
American Legion Club
223 East Walnut
Basement meeting room. For more information, contact Jack Rupert President, Phone 507-276-4640 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Westside AA Group Meetings held
below Kwik Trip
Entrance in alley
(handicap accessible) Monday – 6:30 pm
Tuesday – 8:00 pm
Wednesday – 10:00 am Thursday – 10:00 am
Friday – 7:00 pm
Saturday – 7:00 pm (12×12 Study)
WESTSIDE AL ANON Meeting at Kwik Trip, 1525 South Broadway, use rear lower
every Tuesday 6 pm.