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Clarksburg, West Virginia AA meetings
Clarksburg is a city in Harrison County, West Virginia; the town is in the state’s north-central region. If you live in the Harrison County area and struggle with alcohol use disorder, find a local group using our online directory of AA meetings in Clarksburg.
If you are new to West Virginia Alcoholics Anonymous groups, such as those in Clarksburg, you may be happy to learn about AA’s principle of anonymity. In keeping with the Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) 12 Traditions, anonymity promises confidentiality for AA attendees. The 12 Traditions states, “Anonymity is the spiritual foundation of all our traditions.” Anonymity put into action means that the names of those who attend AA meetings will be kept confidential. Anonymity is considered the spiritual foundation of the Alcoholics Anonymous program; it allows those in recovery the freedom to say what is in their hearts and minds. A common AA closing statement is, “Who you see here, what you hear here when you leave here, let it stay here.” The 12 Traditions evolved from the early AA founders who realized protecting AA members (particularly newcomers) from public exposure translated to a higher new membership rate. West Virginia Alcoholics Anonymous, along with every other AA chapter globally, embraces anonymity in keeping with the 12 Traditions.