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Buckhannon, West Virginia AA meetings
Buckhannon is an incorporated city and the county seat of Upshur County, West Virginia; the town is situated along the Buckhannon River. Attending AA meetings in Buckhannon may be a good option for those living with alcohol addiction in or near the city. Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is a Fellowship of recovering people helping each other get sober and maintain sobriety.
Experienced AA members share their experience, strength, and hope (as a result of working the 12 Steps) with others in the group, particularly with newcomers. The donations of its members support West Virginia Alcoholics Anonymous; there are no fees or dues required to join an AA group. In fact, the only requirement to join is the desire to stop drinking and using other addictive substances.
The 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous is a spiritual set of principles considered the foundation of the AA program. In the context of AA, spiritual does not translate to religious. The AA program does not have any religious affiliation. Although AA literature mentions the word “God,” there is no requirement to believe in God to be an AA member. Many members of AA are atheists or agnostics.
If you’re new to recovery, you should also consider attending a rehab program which will help you detox and recover in the care of medical professionals. Call our helpline today to speak to a treatment specialist.