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Mount Clare, West Virginia AA meetings
Mount Clare is an unincorporated community in Harrison County, West Virginia; the area is 4.5 miles south of Clarksburg. If you are coping with alcohol addiction and live or work in the area, you may be interested in our online directory of AA meetings in Mount Clare. Newcomers to the West Virginia Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) program may have many questions about how the program works. Outsiders have compared AA to a secret society or even a cult-like organization. But these accusations couldn’t be further from the truth. AA is a worldwide fellowship with a primary goal of helping other suffering alcoholics get sober and maintain long-term sobriety. Alcoholics Anonymous was founded by Bill Wilson (commonly referred to as Bill W.). The early founders of AA discovered that only by sharing their AA story with beginners were they able to maintain their long-term sobriety. Today, all a person has to do to join AA is to have a desire to quit drinking alcohol and other substances. AA groups welcome any person who meets its one requirement for membership. You don’t have to be religious to join AA. Many members are agnostic or atheist. The program does not have any religious affiliation. It doesn’t matter what your race, religion, gender, or ethnicity is; everyone is welcome. You can find a schedule of AA meetings across the country on our online database.