Find AA Meetings in Lavalette, West Virginia

Find AA meetings in Lavalette, 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
7:30 AM EyeOpener Express EyeOpener - EXPRESS 301 6th Avenue Huntington
7:30 AM Seekers of Sanity Seekers of Sanity 605 Water Street Barboursville
12:00 PM Combined Groups of Huntington Combined Groups of Huntington 301 6th Avenue Huntington
12:00 PM Hope Group Ashland Hope Group 1338 Winchester Avenue Ashland
5:30 PM Combined Groups of Huntington Combined Groups of Huntington 301 6th Avenue Huntington
6:00 PM Hope Group Ashland Hope Group 1338 Winchester Avenue Ashland
6:30 PM Big Book Study Huntington Big Book Study 1400 Norway Avenue Huntington
8:00 PM Meeting Topic 24 HR Meeting Topic 24 HR 901 Jefferson Avenue Huntington
8:00 PM Happy Hour Group Huntington Happy Hour Group 1400 Norway Avenue Huntington
8:00 PM Combined Groups of Huntington Combined Groups of Huntington 301 6th Avenue Huntington
8:00 PM The 36 Principles The 36 Principles 310 3rd Avenue Chesapeake

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Lavalette, West Virginia AA meetings

Lavalette is a census-designated place (CDP) in Wayne County, West Virginia. Our directory of AA meetings in Lavalette may interest those with alcohol addiction living or working in or near Wayne County. If you have been court-ordered to attend a West Virginia Alcoholics Anonymous addiction recovery program, here are some tips to help you navigate the process. The courts often order regular AA meeting attendance in place of jail time for alcohol-related convictions such as domestic disputes or DWI (driving while intoxicated, referred to as driving while under the influence or DUI in some states). Judges don’t typically assign people to a particular AA group; instead, those who are court-ordered may attend any AA group they choose to join. Under most circumstances, the court requires proof of AA meeting attendance. So, how do you go about getting evidence? Most likely, you have a court-generated card or slip to have signed. Each AA group handles signing the court slip differently. Some groups allow other group members to sign the slip; others assign a specific person (most often the group secretary or other group officer) to sign. The issue surrounding court slips comes down to AA’s Tradition of keeping the group members’ anonymity. When a person signs their name, it announces that they are an AA member. The preferred method of showing proof of AA attendance is self-reporting. Self-reporting maintains the anonymity of the group members while ensuring those court-ordered to treatment stay legally compliant.

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AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

Huntington (10.1 Miles Away)
Chesapeake (11.8 Miles Away)
Kenova (14.4 Miles Away)
Barboursville (16.4 Miles Away)
Ashland (23.2 Miles Away)
Louisa (27.1 Miles Away)
Ironton (29.0 Miles Away)
Milton (30.0 Miles Away)
Hamlin (30.2 Miles Away)
Ona (34.0 Miles Away)
Hurricane (39.1 Miles Away)
Teays Valley (46.6 Miles Away)

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