Authored by Nicole Colwell, | Medically Reviewed by Peace Valley Recovery Editorial Staff,
Last Updated: December 5, 2021

Those who have an addiction can find meetings in White Plains, New York, that provide the support needed to help them in the recovery process.

Due to the variety of addictions that people have, there are different programs and meetings available to help achieve sobriety.

At Peace Valley Recovery, we do not organize these programs, but we do agree with what they offer to the individual.

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Alcoholics Anonymous is a global organization that was founded in 1935 by two men who were alcoholics. From those two men stemmed the 12-Step program that has been a success for many alcoholics.

The AA meetings have worked for many people around the world in learning how to recover. The meetings occur worldwide, and many take place in White Plains, NY.

White Plains AA Meetings

There are many AA meetings that take place in White Plains weekly.

SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
White Plains Westchester Sponsor House
11:00 am
Memorial United Methodist Church
250 Bryant Ave
White Plains, NY
Map
Doggs Ferry-Hastings
10:30 am
Aldersgate Methodist Church
600 Broadway
Dobbs Ferry, NY
Map
Online
Sober Church
6:30 am
St.Boniface School
145 Glen Ave
Sea Cliff, NY
Map
Online
Facebook
Early Morning Sobriety
9:00 am
Saint Barnabas Considine Parish Center
409 E 241st St.
New York, NY
Map
Online
Facebook
Sleepy Hollow Morning Glory
6:30 am
St. Theresa’s Church Rectory
130 Beekman Ave.
Mt. Vernon, NY
Map
Morning Wake Up Group
10:30 am
St.Matthews Church
3 Carhart Ave
White Plains, NY
Map
Online
Facebook
AA Meeting
11:00 am
Saint Washington Church
84 Vermilyea Ave.
New York, NY
Map
White Plains Pass It On
6:00 pm
Leo Mintzer Community Center
251 Underhill Ave
White Plains, NY 10605
Map
White Plains Easy Does It
6:00 pm
White Plains Presbyterian Church
39 N Broadway
White Plains, NY
Map
Online
Ossining Maryknoll
8:00 pm
5 Ryder Pl
Yonkers, NY
Map
Mamaroneck
8:00 pm
Mamaroneck United Methodist Church
546 E Boston Post Post Rd.
New Rochelle, NY
Map
Online
Facebook
New Rochelle It Works
8:30 pm
Presbyterian Church of New Rochelle
50 Pintard Ave
New Rochelle, NY
Map
New Rochelle Welcome
7:00 pm
Blessed Sacrament HS
24 Shea Pl
New Rochelle, NY
Map
How it Works
8:30 pm
St. Bartholomew’s Church
82 Prospect St.
White Plains, NY
Map
Online
Narcotics Anonymous was started in California in 1953 by men who wanted an organization that could help those who were addicted to drugs. It has grown to be an organization that uses a similar platform as AA with the 12-Step recovery process.

NA Meetings in White Plains, New York

The White Plains area has many NA meetings that are held each week.

SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
Thomas Slater Center
11:00 am
2 Fisher Court
White Plains, NY
Map
Online
Franklin Commons Building
12:00 pm
141 Franklin St.
Stamford, CT
Map
Old Edison Building
12:00 pm
60 South 3rd Ave.
Mount Vernon, NY
Map
Grace Episcopal Church
12:00 pm
130 1st Ave.
Nyack, NY
Map
Online
Facebook
Hopes Way Church
9:30 am
2281 Southern Blvd.
New York, NY
Map
10:45 am
6 Locust Hill Ave.
Yonkers, NY
Map
Saint Mark’s Lutheran Church
9:00 am
7 Saint Mark’s Place
Yonkers, NY
Map
Online
Asbury Methodist Church
7:00 pm
167 Scarsdale Rd.
Yonkers, NY
Map
Ridgeview Congregational Church
7:00 pm
12 Ridgeview Ave
White Plains, NY
Map
Unity Baptist Church
7:00 pm
101 South 2th Ave.
Mount Vernon, NY
Map
Online
St. Paul’s Methodist Church
7:30 pm
130 N. Central Ave.
Hartsdale, NY
Map
Online
Sara Lawrence College
7:30 pm
1 Mead Way
Yonkers, NY
Map
Saint Mary’s Star of the Sea
7:30 pm
595 Minnieford Ave.
New York, NY
Map
YWCA
7:30 pm
87 South Broadway
Yonkers, NY
Map
Online
Al-Anon is an organization that centers on loved ones and family members who have a substance abuse issue.

Alateen just focuses on teenagers and young adults who have loved ones that have an addiction problem.

Al-Anon Meetings in White Plains, New York

The White Plains community has several Al-Anon meetings every week.

SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
Irvington AFG
7:00 pm
St. Barnabas Episcopal Church
15 N. Broadway
Irvington, NY
Map
White Plains AFG
7:30 pm
First Baptist Church
456 North St.
White Plains, NY
Map
Online
Early Bird AFG
9:00 am
Ridgeview Congregational
12 Ridgeview Ave.
White Plains, NY
Map
Mamaroneck AFG
8:00 pm
St. Thomas Church
168 W Boston Post Rd
Mamaroneck, NY
Map
Online
Facebook
The Cabin AFG
7:00 pm
Congregation Kol Ami
252 Soundview Ave
White Plains, NY
Map
Blueprint For Progress AFG
12:00 pm
First Presbyterian Church
1101 Bedford St.
Stamford, CT
Map
Online
Saturday Night AFG
8:00 pm
Christ Church
2 Rectory St.
Rye, NY
Map
Online
White Plains, New York Alateen Meetings

There are a few Alateen meetings that occur in the White Plains area.

MONDAY WEDNESDAY SATURDAY
Garden City Sunday Alateen
6:30 pm
Garden City Community Church
245 Stewart Ave.
Garden City, NY
Map
Online
Facebook
We Care Alateen
6:30 pm
St. Paul’s Lutheran Church
21 Still Road
Monroe, NY
Map
Online
Facebook
Saturday for Serenity Alateen
3:00 pm
St. Michaels Church
225 W 99th St.
New York, NY
Map
Self-Management and Recovery Training (SMART) is also known as Smart Recovery. Participants of SMART are assisted in working on problems with addiction, such as those associated with drugs, alcohol, gambling, and overeating.

It teaches the participants how to develop self-confidence and the power to change their lives for the better.

SMART Recovery Meetings in Schenectady White Plains, New York

The White Plains area has SMART Recovery meetings scheduled during the week.

SUNDAY MONDAY WEDNESDAY
Mental Health Association in Passaic County
3:00 pm
404 Clifton Ave.
Clifton, NJ
Map
Rockland Council on Alcoholism
7:00 pm
25 Smith St.
Nanuet, NY
Map
Positive Directions
5:00 pm
90 Post Road West
Westport, CT
Map
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Peace Valley Recovery is located in Bucks County, Pennsylvania and we work with individuals from White Plains, New York.

We are here to help you understand the addiction cycle process. In personally understanding this cycle, we can help you develop coping skills, recognize triggers, root causes for drug or alcohol use, and find your path to recovery.

About Peace Valley Recovery

We recognize that every patient is an individual; therefore, every treatment plan will need to be tailored to their needs to be successful.

The goal of our patient therapy is to provide patients with a world-class experience so they understand that achieving long-term sobriety is much more than just quitting drug and alcohol use. Developing a personal plan for recovery is important for the patient.

Learn More About White Plains, New York Addiction Recovery Options

At Peace Valley Recovery, we want to be the top recovery option for those who have addictions to drugs and alcohol. We want to help you recover from your addiction. Contact us today, and we will help you to take your first step into recovery.

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