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Celebrate A Sober New Year’s Eve

Posted on December 30, 2017

To speak with a counselor at Oaks of Hope, call 866-705-HOPE



This could be the best New Year’s Eve ever!


“We had the best time ever!”

“I danced all night and I remember everything.”

“Had so much fun, and I wasn’t sick the day after.”


Communities across the US host sober New Year’s Eve events.


Cities and civic organizations offer sober events for New Year’s Eve like Houston’s Inaugural Sober’s Eve Party for $5.


Local churches host sober New Year’s Eve parties like the Remix Resolution Sober Party in Claremont, NH.


Non profit organizations present sober holiday events to ring in the new year.

In Portland, The Native American Rehabilitation Association (NARA) New Years Eve Sobriety Powwow,

is a free event held at the Oregon Convention Center from 1 p.m. to midnight,

including dancing and live entertainment on multiple stages.


Colleges and Universities host sober events. Check local campus event calendars.


The local AA or NA central office webpages post sober parties, potlucks, dances with DJs and entertainment to enjoy a sober New Year’s Eve.

Check out local options on the web, like a $5 at the door New Year’s Eve dance party in West Palm Beach Florida.

Find pricier events like the New Year’s Eve Gala in the Baltimore area for fifty dollars advance purchase online.


Those who’ve been going to AA or NA meetings, are already lining up a number of sober events to choose from with sober friends.

It’s not too late to Find a meeting, and some sober friends.

Many AA and NA meetings host sober New Year’s Eve celebrations with food, games, music, and dancing.

Most are free or with a low cover charge.


Don’t feel like a party? Care2 has 8 Booze-Free ways to celebrate New Year’s Eve.


No matter how it’s celebrated, make this the best sober New Year’s Eve.


To speak with a counselor at Oaks of Hope, call 866-705-HOPE

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