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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
7:00 AM Bright Eyes Online Only Online Sewickley, PA 15143 Sewickley Discussion   English
7:00 AM Sunrise Group Onala Club Online 1625 W Carson St Pittsburgh Discussion   English
8:00 AM Happy Joyous & Free Oxford House 320 Benton Rd Salem Big Book   Discussion   English
9:00 AM EARLY RISERS Morado Dwellings Comunity Bldg 4400 4th Ave Beaver Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Step Meeting   Wheelchair Access
10:00 AM Friday Morning Discussion Grp St. Margeret Marys Church School 807 Beaver Grade Rd Coraopolis Discussion   English
10:00 AM Crossroads Group Canonsburg Crossroads Group Canonsburg 225 Center Church Road Canonsburg Discussion   Speaker
10:30 AM Friday Morning Grapevine Grp Mt. Carmel Presbyterian Church 2720 Brodhead Rd Aliquippa Discussion   English
11:00 AM H.U.L.P. Group Grace Lutheran Church 2105 Sunset Blvd Steubenville Discussion   English   Open Meeting
12:00 PM Thank God I'm Sober Group Sunlight Club 234 E Maiden St Washington English
12:00 PM Friday Sobriety Group St. Alexis 10090 Old Perry Hwy Wexford Discussion   English
12:00 PM Welcome Home Group Onala Club 1625 W Carson St Pittsburgh Discussion   English
12:00 PM As Bill Sees It Alliance Arid Club 421 S Arch Ave Alliance Discussion   English   Open Meeting
12:00 PM LIVE - Elm Grove St. Mark Evangelical Lutheran Church 141 Kruger St Wheeling Discussion   English
1:00 PM MT LEBANON BGBK STEP STUDY Mt Lebanon Evangelical Presbyterian Church 255 Washington Rd Pittsburgh Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
2:00 PM Welcome Home Group Onala Club 1625 W Carson St Pittsburgh Discussion   English
5:00 PM Arid Club Alliance Arid Club 421 S Arch Ave Alliance Discussion   English   Open Meeting
5:00 PM Conscious Contact Meditiation Group Sunset Hills Presbyterian Church 900 Country Club Dr Pittsburgh Discussion   English   Meditation
6:00 PM Into Action Group Dutilh Road Into Action Group 1270 Dutilh Road Cranberry Township Discussion   Wheelchair Access
6:00 PM Into Action Group Cranberry Township Into Action Group 1270 Dutilh Road Cranberry Township Discussion   Wheelchair Access
6:00 PM Walking The Red Road Group YMCA 2236 3rd Ave New Brighton Discussion   English

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Richmond, Ohio AA Meetings

Found in Summit County, Ohio, United States, Richmond is known to be crowded with individuals that are fatalities of the inevitable side effects of alcohol addiction. Alcohol addiction is capable of destroying the lives of addicts, their loved one as well as strangers they might come in contact with. Alcoholics Anonymous Ohio is considered to be one of the best platforms for alcohol addicts to learn from their mistakes and overcome their addiction. Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is an international, nonprofit and voluntary fellowship of many people that look after and care for individuals suffering from alcohol addiction. This organization is found in over 150 countries but the communities are mainly concentrated in the United States and Canada. To achieve its goal, the organization frequently holds meetings to oversee the progress of members and how well they are fitting in the community. AA meetings are very confidential to keep an individual’s privacy. A member’s name during meetings is only displayed using the initials of his or hers first and last name. The 12 steps and traditions are one of the most important policies in the AA community. They are both set to meet an individual’s need and strategically help him or her achieve sobriety. AA Richmond has assisted many in becoming and staying sober. They offer a positive and secure environment were addicts from all around the world come together and help each other overcome their addiction. The AA community has had remarkable success in the past decade due to its impressive growth. If you are one of the many individuals that suffer from alcohol addiction, our doors are always open for you. You can join our community and try out our meetings by simply going to our website and signing up. For any further information be sure to call our specialist.

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