Find AA Meetings in Nutter Fort, West Virginia

Find AA meetings in Nutter Fort, 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
12:00 PM Harmony Group Clarksburg Harmony Group 170 West Pike Street Clarksburg
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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Nutter Fort, West Virginia AA meetings

Nutter Fort is a town in Harrison County, West Virginia. Residents in the local area with an alcohol addiction can find addiction treatment support groups listed on our local directory of AA meetings in Nutter Fort. West Virginia Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) groups (and all other AA chapters across the country) employ the program’s 12-Traditions, one of which (the 11th Tradition) has to do with a promise of anonymity to all AA attendees. You may be wondering about the significance of this Tradition. Historically, the early AA founders found that newcomers were afraid of public exposure. Back in the early 1930s, when AA was beginning, society viewed addiction as a sign of character weakness. Protecting the AA members from exposure on a personal and public level led to a higher chance of a newcomer getting involved in the program. This safeguard provides a level of confidence for many people new to the AA program. The 11th Tradition ensures all AA members keep from disclosing member’s names to those outside the rooms of Alcoholics Anonymous. In compliance with the 11th Tradition, when an AA meeting is publicly announced, it’s given a specific code name that is universally recognized. The code name is “Friends of Bill W.” Bill W. was the founder of AA. Whenever you see an announcement for a meeting for Friends of Bill W., you will know it’s an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting.

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AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

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Lumberport (12.4 Miles Away)
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Grafton (25.7 Miles Away)
Philippi (27.0 Miles Away)
Fairmont (27.5 Miles Away)
Weston (27.9 Miles Away)
Buckhannon (31.5 Miles Away)
West Union (39.4 Miles Away)

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