Find AA Meetings in St. Albans, West Virginia

Find AA meetings in St. Albans, 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 Coal River Group Forrestal Avenue Coal River Group 2601 Forrestal Avenue St. Albans
7:30 AM Mustard Seed Group Charleston Mustard Seed Group 1600 Kanawha Blvd E Charleston
12:00 PM Sobriety Group Dunbar Sobriety Group 1225 Ohio Avenue Dunbar
5:30 PM Attitude Adjustment Group Dunbar Attitude Adjustment Group 1225 Ohio Avenue Dunbar
5:30 PM Hows Your Now How's Your Now? 333 Laidley Street Charleston
6:00 PM Serenity on Stockton Serenity on Stockton Group 501 Stockton Street Charleston
7:00 PM South Charleston Mens Group South Charleston Men's Group 401 D Street South Charleston
7:00 PM East Enders Group Charleston East Enders Group 1600 Kanawha Boulevard East Charleston
7:00 PM 11th Step Meditation Charleston 11th Step Meditation 1601 Virginia Street East Charleston
8:00 PM Hill Inventory Group Hill Inventory Group 1225 Ohio Avenue Dunbar
8:00 PM Teays Valley Group Teays Valley Group 3430 Teays Valley Road Hurricane
8:00 PM New Beginnings Group Charleston New Beginnings Group 1121 Virginia Street East Charleston

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St. Albans, West Virginia AA meetings

Residents with AUD in St. Albans, a city in Kanawha County, West Virginia, can access AA support and recovery programs thanks to the several peer group meetings set up by members of the West Virginia Alcoholics Anonymous community. Alcoholics Anonymous is a mutual help fellowship committed to helping its members attain long-term sobriety. In these meetings, members at different recovery stages network with each other, offering mutual support and peer guidance. AA meetings in St. Albans are a great place to discuss and gain clarity on any issue regarding alcohol use disorder and its recovery process. Members include individuals with AUD taking deliberate steps towards recovery. The 12-step program offers a step-by-step approach to AUD, teaching members effective coping techniques. These meetings may be open or closed, candlelight, spiritual, gender-specific, or Big Book meetings. Open meetings allow non-members to attend and observe the meeting’s procedures as a sign of support to members. Thanks to these meetings, non-members have an inside scoop on the AUD recovery process. Gender-specific meetings, on the other hand, are an excellent opportunity for members to discuss issues particular to their gender. These meetings are flexible and non-discriminatory. You can join the AA community today by attending any of the meetings listed on the directory.

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AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

Dunbar (7.2 Miles Away)
South Charleston (7.6 Miles Away)
Teays Valley (12.9 Miles Away)
Hurricane (16.8 Miles Away)
Eleanor (19.7 Miles Away)
Ona (22.8 Miles Away)
Hamlin (27.5 Miles Away)
Milton (28.2 Miles Away)
Pinch (29.0 Miles Away)
Madison (34.7 Miles Away)
Barboursville (41.3 Miles Away)
Huntington (43.3 Miles Away)

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