Find AA Meetings in Shawsville, Virginia

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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
8:00 AM Many Paths to Spirituality Cave Spring Many Paths to Spirituality 4231 Garst Mill Rd Cave Spring
9:00 AM Roanoke Mens Group Roanoke Men's Group Online 4231 Garst Mill Rd Cave Spring
10:30 AM Top Of The Mountain Group Top Of The Mountain Group 325f North Franklin Street Christiansburg
10:30 AM Seeds of Hope Women Seeds of Hope Women Online 4231 Garst Mill Rd Cave Spring
12:00 PM High Noon Cave Spring High Noon 4231 Garst Mill Rd Cave Spring
5:45 PM New Hope Cave Spring New Hope 4231 Garst Mill Rd Cave Spring
6:00 PM Top Of The Mountain Group Top Of The Mountain Group 325f North Franklin Street Christiansburg
7:30 PM Blacksburg Group Blacksburg Group 203 East Roanoke Street Blacksburg
8:00 PM Experience Strength Hope Experience Strength Hope Online 4231 Garst Mill Rd Cave Spring

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Shawsville, Virginia AA meetings

Shawsville is located in Montgomery County, Virginia, United States. Many cities in the United States have had cases of alcohol use disorder and this city is among them. While alcohol use disorder directly affects its victim, its effects are also felt by relatives and society at large. Symptoms of alcohol use disorder might make a person engage in harmful activities. An example is the case of preventable deaths, many of which have been traced to drinking. When the symptoms of alcohol use disorder get serious, people try to correct the situation but withdrawal symptoms set in. These withdrawal symptoms can be so frustrating that the alcohol use disorder sufferer may have to resolve to drinking anytime the urge is felt. The Alcoholics Anonymous community started many years ago to correct this and other alcohol use disorder related problems. The community does this by using techniques that have been successful over the years gradually move the alcohol use disorder sufferer towards sobriety. The community also holds regular meetings in many different parts of the United States. AA meetings in Shawsville are for residents of the city and its surrounding. There are other AA Virginia meetings on our site. Start your recovery journey by joining one. If you have troubles doing that, contact us for help immediately.

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AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

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