Find AA Meetings in Fairmont, West Virginia

Find AA meetings in Fairmont, 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
6:30 PM Saturday Nite Sobriety Group Beginners Saturday Nite Sobriety Group (Beginners) Walnut Ave. & 2nd Street Fairmont
8:00 PM Sobriety Unlimited Group Fairmont Sobriety Unlimited Group Online 401 Guffey Street Fairmont
12:00 PM Out To Lunch Bunch Group Westover Out To Lunch Bunch Group 399 Crowl St Westover
7:00 PM Road to Recovery Group Lumberport Road to Recovery Group 100 Church Street Lumberport
8:00 PM Thursday Night New Life Group Thursday Night New Life Group 721 Hall Street Bridgeport

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Fairmont, West Virginia AA meetings

Fairmont is a city in Marion County, West Virginia. AA meetings in Fairmont are featured on our online directory of West Virginia Alcoholics Anonymous groups and meetings. If you were diagnosed with alcohol use disorder, you might be interested in learning about local 12-Step recovery programs.

Although alcohol addiction is considered a long-term disorder, there is hope. Scientists have shown that maintaining abstinence from alcohol can slow the progression of the disease and hinder symptoms such as cravings to drink and withdrawal symptoms that occur when attempting to quit. A 12-Step addiction recovery program—such as Alcoholics Anonymous—can help you abstain from using alcohol and other addictive substances.

If you are new to AA, you may be happy to learn that there is no cost to become a member of an AA group. In fact, the only requirement to join AA is the desire to quit drinking and using other addictive substances. For some people, attending regular AA meetings is enough to get sober. Others may need more structure, such as alcohol detox (which should be done in an inpatient treatment facility) or rehabilitation (rehab), such as a long-term inpatient or outpatient treatment program. If you would like more information about alcohol treatment facilities in your local area, contact us today.

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  • Find the best drug rehab centers
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  • Get 24-hour guidance on starting your recovery
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AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

Grafton (18.8 Miles Away)
Eastern (20.1 Miles Away)
Westover (21.4 Miles Away)
Lumberport (21.5 Miles Away)
Morgantown (22.6 Miles Away)
Bridgeport (23.7 Miles Away)
Clarksburg (28.1 Miles Away)
Nutter Fort (29.1 Miles Away)
Mount Clare (31.6 Miles Away)
First (33.4 Miles Away)
Kingwood (34.1 Miles Away)
Point Marion (35.0 Miles Away)

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