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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
7:00 AM Attitude Adjustment State College Attitude Adjustment State College 137 South Pugh Street State College Discussion   Open Meeting   Wheelchair Access
9:00 AM Serenity Starts Here Group Crossroads Clubhouse Online 827 19th St Altoona English   Women's Meeting
10:30 AM Morning Sunrise Group Crossroads Clubhouse 827 19th St Altoona Discussion   English
12:00 PM Serenity at Noon State College Serenity at Noon State College 137 South Pugh Street State College Closed Meeting   Discussion   Grapevine +   Wheelchair Access
12:00 PM New Florence Tuesday Nooner Group New Florence Methodist Church 200 9th St New Florence Big Book   English
12:00 PM Primary Purpose - State College PA University Mennonite Church 1606 Norma St State College Big Book   Discussion   English +   Literature   Open Meeting   Wheelchair Access
12:00 PM Stairway To Serenity Group Bedford Presbyterian Church Annex 115 E Penn St Bedford 12 Steps & 12 Traditions   Big Book   English
12:15 PM Midday Miracles Group Crossroads Clubhouse 827 19th St Altoona English   Step Meeting
5:00 PM One Day At A Time Group Altoona One Day At A Time Group Altoona 827 19th Street Altoona Discussion
5:30 PM Attitude Adjustment Group St. Mary's School Building 314 Clark St Hollidaysburg Discussion   English
7:00 PM Step Meeting Abbey Reform Church 515 6th St Huntingdon Closed Meeting   English   Step Meeting
7:00 PM Indiana Friendly Group Online Only ONLINE ONLY Online Indiana, PA 15701 Indiana Discussion   English   Women's Meeting
7:00 PM New Life Group Cresson Presbyterian Church 291 Keystone Ave Cresson English
7:00 PM Philipsburg Group The Well Wesleyan Church 429 N Centre St Philipsburg Closed Meeting   Discussion   English +   Literature   Step Meeting   Wheelchair Access
7:30 PM Tuesday Night Young Hope Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church 208 W Foster Ave State College Birthday   English   Newcomer +   Open Meeting   Wheelchair Access   Young People
7:30 PM Longtimers Group Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church 1000 Scalp Ave Johnstown Discussion   English
8:00 PM Our New Mission Punxsutawney Alliance Church S Main St Punxsutawney English   Step Meeting
8:00 PM Pathfinders Group Evangelical Lutheran Church 1200 4th Ave Duncansville Discussion   English
8:00 PM Indiana Friendly (Beginners) Indiana Recovery Center 574 Philadelphia St Indiana 12 Steps & 12 Traditions   Big Book   English

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Ashville, Pennsylvania AA Meetings

Ashville is a borough in Pennsylvania in Cambria County. If you are a resident and have been struggling with alcohol addiction, then AA meetings in Ashville are the right choice for you. Alcohol consumption increases slowly and many times it is not possible to identify it on time. Alcohol use disorder ranges from mild to severe, however, it is never too early or too late to seek help. There are stages in alcohol addiction which can be characterized by specific symptoms. One of the first symptoms is substituting alcohol with activities that were important to you. Due to excessive alcohol consumption, individuals stop doing essential, everyday activities completely. Other symptoms include a strong urge for alcohol, neglecting the fact that drinking affects your family and friends’ relationships, depression, and many others. If you experienced some of these symptoms it might be time to start attending AA meetings in Ashville. These meetings remain one of the most efficient ways to overcome alcohol addiction. Not every treatment works for each individual in the same way. That is why Alcoholics Anonymous Pennsylvania made it possible for people with AUD to share their experiences, struggles, and consolidate with each other. It is not a kind of treatment that works instantly, but a process that needs patience and persistence. You only need to take the first step and join, all the support and guidance are provided by Alcoholics Anonymous Pennsylvania.

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