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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
7:00 AM Awakenings Group St Brendan's Episcopal Church Online McAleer Rd & Rochester Rd Franklin Park Big Book   Discussion   English +   Temporary Closure
7:00 AM 1ST THINGS 1ST Univ Of Pittsburgh Cathedral Of Learning 4200 Fifth Ave Pittsburgh Discussion   English   Open Meeting
7:00 AM PAJAMAS & COFFEE Online only Online Pittsburgh, PA Pittsburgh Discussion   English   Open Meeting
7:00 AM Murrysville Morning Reflections Group Murrysville Alliance Church 4130 Old William Penn Hwy Murrysville Daily Reflections   Discussion   English +   Wheelchair Access
7:00 AM Sunrise Group Onala Club Online 1625 W Carson St Pittsburgh Discussion   English
7:00 AM First Thing First Group Cathedral of Learning 4200 Fifth Ave #352 Pittsburgh Discussion   English
7:00 AM Sunrise Group West Carson Street Sunrise Group West Carson Street 1625 West Carson Street Pittsburgh Discussion
8:00 AM Reveille East Group Camel Club Of Penn Hills 6241 Saltsburg Rd Pittsburgh Discussion   English
10:00 AM New Life Group Beulah Pres. Church 2500 McCrady Rd #104 Pittsburgh Discussion   English
10:30 AM MT ROYAL Bethlehem Lutheran Church 1719 Mt Royal Blvd Glenshaw English   Open Meeting   Speaker
10:30 AM TUESDAY MORNING 12 STEPS Second Baptist Church 200 Clay St Rochester Closed Meeting   Discussion   English +   Step Meeting
10:30 AM A.M. Tarentum Group St Barnabas Episcopal Church 989 Morgan St Brackenridge 12 Steps & 12 Traditions   English
11:00 AM H.U.L.P. Group Grace Lutheran Church 2105 Sunset Blvd Steubenville Big Book   English   Open Meeting
11:00 AM TUE AM GRAPEVINE Grace Presbyterian Church 155 N Jefferson St Kittanning Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
11:30 AM Camp Kelly Group United Presbyterian Church 62 Hastings Ave Oakdale Discussion   English
12:00 PM Welcome Home Group West Carson Street Welcome Home Group West Carson Street 1625 West Carson Street Pittsburgh Discussion
12:00 PM Thank God I'm Sober Group Sunlight Club 234 E Maiden St Washington English
12:00 PM How It Works Big Book Study Group Hot Metal Bridge Church Online 2700 Jane St Pittsburgh Big Book   English
12:00 PM Greensburg 4 T's 12 & 12 Group Keystone Church 22 Westview Dr Greensburg Discussion   English   Temporary Closure +   Wheelchair Access
12:00 PM Butler Concerned Group Grace Calvary Church 123 E Diamond St Butler Discussion   English

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Bradford Woods, Pennsylvania AA Meetings

Several AA meetings in Bradford Woods are held to offer a hand to anybody that needs it. AUD is a huge problem that affects Millions of people in America. Alcoholic use disorder is a brain disorder that involves a person drinking excessively to a point where both their body and mind are dependent on it to function. Alcoholics anonymous Pennsylvania is there to provide support for those that want it and are willing to recieve it. People who are suffering from AUD don’t even have the power to stop themselves from drinking. The disorder brings about many negative consequences including health problems both physical and mental and problems in the individual’s interpersonal relationships. The personal relationships usually fall apart due to neglect or anger on the users’ side. The anger comes from the fact that friends and families try to make you stop drinking by telling you that you’ve got a problem and that ends very poorly. Aside from Alcoholics anonymous Pennsylvania, other recommended treatments AUD patients may need include medications and detox treatment. By combining these with regular attendance at AA meetings, lasting sobriety can be achieved.

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