Find AA Meetings in Eastern, West Virginia

Find AA meetings in Eastern, West Virginia to help you on your road to recovery. Our comprehensive directory of AA meetings in West 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
10:00 AM 11th Step Meditation Meeting Eastern 11th Step Meditation Meeting Rt.119, Grafton Road Eastern
10:00 AM Mens Group Morgantown Men's Group 456 Spruce Street Morgantown
12:00 PM New Way Of Life Group Westover New Way Of Life Group 399 Crowl St Westover
6:30 PM Green Street Group Morgantown Green Street Group 333 Green Street Morgantown
7:00 PM Trail Blazers Group Trail Blazers Group 16619 Veterans Memorial Highway Kingwood
8:00 PM Morgantown Young People Group Westover Morgantown Young People Group 399 Crowl St Westover
8:30 PM Saturday Nite Sobriety Group Saturday Nite Sobriety Group Walnut Ave. & 2nd Street Fairmont

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Eastern, West Virginia AA meetings

Eastern is a city in Berkeley and Jefferson counties, in West Virginia. If you have been court-ordered to attend West Virginia Alcoholics Anonymous meetings and live in Berkeley or Jefferson County, our online directory of AA meetings in Eastern may help you stay in compliance. When a judge orders mandatory participation in an addiction recovery program—such as Alcoholics Anonymous—a document called a “court slip” or “card” is issued for recording AA attendance. You must get the court slip signed each time you attend an AA meeting.

Each AA group differs on its policy regarding who can sign a court slip. Some groups acknowledge your AA attendance with a signature by a group officer (like the group secretary). Other groups allow any member who wishes to sign court slips to do so. One of the problems with getting an AA member’s signature is that the person is attesting to their presence at the AA meeting by signing the court slip. These slips go back to the courts, allowing people outside of AA to read the signature, violating AA’s strict policy of anonymity. Anonymity is considered the foundation of the AA program, as stated in AA’s 12th Tradition. So, it’s easy to understand why AA groups do not mandate that any member must provide a signature.

Contact one of our friendly treatment specialists if you are looking for a more structured addiction treatment program, such as an inpatient or outpatient rehab program. We can help you locate a reliable program in your local area. Call our helpline today.

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AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

Romney (11.7 Miles Away)
Cross Junction (24.0 Miles Away)
Paw Paw (24.0 Miles Away)
Keyser (33.2 Miles Away)
Winchester (34.3 Miles Away)
Cumberland (36.6 Miles Away)
Ridgeley (38.7 Miles Away)
Burlington (39.9 Miles Away)
Stephens City (41.2 Miles Away)
Strasburg (42.1 Miles Away)
Middletown (42.1 Miles Away)
Berkeley Springs (43.2 Miles Away)

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