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Menninger to Offer AA, NA Meetings for Former and Current Patients

Monday, November 12, 2012
The Menninger Clinic is now offering Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) meetings for current and former patients at its new facility. The meetings will be from 7:30 to 8:30 pm with the AA meeting on Tuesdays and the NA meeting on Thursdays.
 
Now located at 12301 Main Street in Houston, Menninger’s beautiful campus offers comfortable meeting space and free parking. If you live in Houston, we hope you can join us. 
 
We are very excited that our current patients will be able to interact with former patients who are sober, since it will give them hope that sobriety is possible. If you would like to attend, please contact Berry Wall at bwall@menninger.edu or 713-275-5435. He will add your name to the list of meeting attendees; the staff at Menninger’s Welcome Center at the campus entrance will use the list to check off those who have expressed interest in attending meetings as they arrive.
 
Several patient alumni have volunteered to provide service by leading the meetings. The only prerequisite for leading a group is at least three years of sobriety. If you are interested in being a meeting leader, please contact Berry Wall.