Find AA Meetings in Oak Hill, West Virginia

Find AA meetings in Oak Hill, 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 Freedom From Bondage Group Freedom From Bondage Group 200 West Virginia Street Beckley
7:00 PM Serenity on the Gorge Serenity on the Gorge 120 High Street Fayetteville
8:00 PM Thurs Night Freedom From Bondage Grp Thurs Night Freedom From Bondage Grp 200 West Virginia Street Beckley

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Oak Hill, West Virginia AA meetings

Oak Hill is a city in Fayette County, West Virginia. If you are in addiction recovery and live or work in Fayette County, you may be interested in our online database of AA meetings in Oak Hill. The West Virginia Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) program evolved from a vibrant history. AA began in 1935 when the co-founder of the AA program, Dr. Robert Smith (“Dr. Bob”), struggled with many unsuccessful attempts to get sober. AA founder Bill Wilson (“Bill W.”) also suffered from failed attempts to abstain from drinking alcohol. After integrating various schools of thought (such as the Oxford Groups’ spiritual principles and a medical doctor, Dr. Silkworth’s philosophy on alcoholism), Bill W. finally got sober. When Bill W. met with Dr. Bob, he emphasized that alcoholism was not a sign of personal weakness (as it was commonly considered) but a disease of the mind, emotions, and physical body. Bill W. incorporated the disease concept to see things in a new light (a spiritual awakening). Bill W’s impact on Dr. Bob’s ability to quit drinking was immediate. As Dr. Bob responded to Bill’s innovative perspective, the doctor could finally abstain from alcohol and maintain long-term sobriety. Dr. Bob’s sobriety was the impetus that sparked the beginning of Alcoholics Anonymous. June 10 of 1935, the day Dr. Bob stopped drinking, became the official worldwide anniversary date, of AA.

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AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

Mount Hope (8.8 Miles Away)
Fayetteville (9.7 Miles Away)
Beckley (19.0 Miles Away)
Gauley Bridge (22.1 Miles Away)
Montgomery (28.0 Miles Away)
Rainelle (30.8 Miles Away)
Hinton (40.1 Miles Away)
Summersville (42.2 Miles Away)
War (50.2 Miles Away)
Charleston (52.0 Miles Away)
Pinch (58.0 Miles Away)
Madison (59.7 Miles Away)

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