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Beverly, West Virginia AA meetings
Beverly is a town in Randolph County, West Virginia, situated on the Tygart Valley River. Those searching for an alcohol recovery program in the local area may be interested in our online directory of AA meetings in Beverly.
There are several types of West Virginia Alcoholics Anonymous meetings to choose from. One type of AA meeting is called a closed meeting. Closed meetings are usually discussion groups; they are only open to those who desire to quit drinking. Open meetings, on the other hand, are for anyone to join.
AA encourages close friends and family members who support their loved one’s recovery to get involved in the program and learn how AA works. Open meetings often focus on education, teaching participants about AA, and explaining the 12-Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous. Another type of open meeting is called a speaker meeting. Speaker meetings involve one or more experienced AA members telling their recovery story to the group.
You may also notice 12-Step or Big Book study groups that focus on one of the 12 Steps each week. If you would like to discuss other treatment options outside of AA, call our helpline to learn more about detox programs as well as inpatient and outpatient rehab options that will work for you.