Find AA Meetings in Morgantown, West Virginia

Find AA meetings in Morgantown, 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 Mens Group Morgantown Men's Group 456 Spruce Street Morgantown
6:30 PM Green Street Group Morgantown Green Street Group 333 Green Street Morgantown
10:00 AM 11th Step Meditation Meeting Eastern 11th Step Meditation Meeting Rt.119, Grafton Road Eastern
12:00 PM New Way Of Life Group Westover New Way Of Life Group 399 Crowl St Westover
7:00 PM Trail Blazers Group Trail Blazers Group 16619 Veterans Memorial Highway Kingwood
7:00 PM Masontown Serenity Group Masontown Serenity Group 102 West Church Avenue Masontown
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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Morgantown, West Virginia AA meetings

Morgantown is the county seat of Monongalia County, West Virginia, located along the Monongahela River. If you live or work in or near Monongalia County and have an alcohol addiction, you may be searching for AA meetings in Morgantown. If you are new to the West Virginia Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) program, you may be struggling to attend your first AA meeting. Starting any new endeavor can be challenging, particularly when getting established in a recovery program. Newcomers often have many questions about the program. In the beginning, there can be quite a learning curve, from trying to decipher what type of meeting is best, to understand the jargon. There are many different types of meetings, such as open discussion and speaker meetings (open to anyone who wants to learn about AA), closed meetings (for those who want to quit drinking), and 12-Step study group meetings (in which one of the 12-Steps is the topic of each week’s discussion). There are also beginner’s meetings, which are optimal for those new to the AA program. A beginner’s meeting focuses on how to work the first three of the 12-Steps of AA. If you have any questions about our online AA meeting directory, or if you would like help finding a local alcohol treatment facility (such as an inpatient or outpatient treatment center), call us today. We can help get you on the road to recovery as soon as possible.

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AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

Westover (2.4 Miles Away)
Eastern (3.0 Miles Away)
Point Marion (13.0 Miles Away)
First (18.8 Miles Away)
Fairmont (21.1 Miles Away)
Kingwood (23.5 Miles Away)
Masontown (24.6 Miles Away)
Uniontown (29.2 Miles Away)
Carmichaels (29.7 Miles Away)
Grafton (32.5 Miles Away)
Waynesburg (34.4 Miles Away)
Hopwood (35.1 Miles Away)

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