Find AA Meetings in Dayton, Virginia

Find AA meetings in Dayton, Virginia to help you on your road to recovery. Our comprehensive directory of AA meetings in Virginia includes open, closed, speaker, and other specialized meetings, all of which are designed to help you get sober and remain sober.

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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
12:00 PM Recovery Group Harrisonburg Recovery Group Harrisonburg 120 Waterman Drive Harrisonburg
5:30 PM Welcome Home Group Waterman Drive Welcome Home Group Waterman Drive 120 Waterman Drive Harrisonburg
7:00 PM Big Book Study Group Harrisonburg Big Book Study Group Harrisonburg 120 Waterman Drive Harrisonburg
8:00 PM Clean Air Group Harrisonburg Clean Air Group Harrisonburg Online 609 West Market Street Harrisonburg

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Dayton, Virginia AA meetings

Dayton Town is one of Virginia’s oldest communities and is located in Rockingham County. Alcohol addiction problems abound among residents in this historic town. Its effects range from health decline, depression, emotional injuries in affected persons to larger-scale issues like reduced productivity, strained relationships with family and friends, abuse, and violent behaviors. Alcoholics Anonymous is heavily invested in the fight against alcohol addictions, providing help and support to affected persons. AA Virginia provides localized solutions to its residents through meetings, recovery programs, and other intervention schemes. During AA meetings Dayton community holds for residents, participants are engaged in recovery programs as they work towards full recovery. They are involved in therapy sessions, counseling, candlelight meetings, the 12-step approach to addictions, plus other helpful programs. These programs help them heal from internal injuries and pains associated with alcohol addictions and guide them to long-term stability. Alcohol detoxification is the first treatment procedure participants undergo, and this is done at an inpatient treatment facility. They also undergo medical examinations and receive required medications from trusted medical professionals. AA meetings Dayton town hosts are non-discriminatory, offering a safe space for participants to work towards more productive, addiction-free lives. You can contact our specialists for more details.

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AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

Not finding the meeting you are looking for in Dayton? Find other AA meetings in Virginia for more times, types and availabilities.

Harrisonburg (5.8 Miles Away)
Weyers Cave (15.3 Miles Away)
Verona (24.4 Miles Away)
Elkton (24.6 Miles Away)
Timberville (27.9 Miles Away)
Staunton (30.2 Miles Away)
Fishersville (35.1 Miles Away)
New Market (35.2 Miles Away)
Waynesboro (38.5 Miles Away)
Crozet (40.8 Miles Away)
Stanley (41.9 Miles Away)
Stuarts Draft (43.9 Miles Away)

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