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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
7:00 AM Early Bird Fort Recovery 418 N Centre St Cumberland English
11:00 AM HOW Group Trinity Lutheran 328 N Centre St Cumberland English
12:00 PM Tuesday Nooners First Christian Church 139 E Main St Somerset Discussion   English
12:00 PM Stairway To Serenity Group Bedford Presbyterian Church Annex 115 E Penn St Bedford 12 Steps & 12 Traditions   Big Book   English
12:00 PM High Noon Christ Lutheran Church 180 Main St Grantsville English
12:00 PM Bolton Group Hampshire County Pathways 134 W Sioux Ln Romney Discussion   English   Open Meeting
5:30 PM Atheist/ Agnostic/ Free Thinker Group Fort Recovery 418 N Centre St Cumberland English
7:00 PM Preston County Group Kingwood Preston County Group 107 West High Street Kingwood Open Meeting   Speaker   Wheelchair Access
7:00 PM Lake Group Deep Creek Baptist Church 19841 US-219 Oakland English
7:00 PM Back to Back Grace United Methodist Church 33 S Mineral St Keyser Discussion   English   Open Meeting
7:00 PM Mt. Pleasant B/B Discussion Gp The Good Shepard Lutheran Church 822 W Main St Mount Pleasant Big Book   Discussion   English
7:00 PM Paw Paw Meeting Paw Paw United Merthodist Church 57 Lee St Paw Paw Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
7:00 PM Uniontown Mens Group Salvation Army 32 W Fayette St #2nd Smithfield Discussion   English
7:00 PM TUESDAY MEN`S GROUP Salvation Army 32 W Fayette St Uniontown Discussion   English   Open Meeting
7:00 PM Sick and Tire Smittys Tire Shop 101 Frostburg Industrial Park Rd Frostburg English
7:00 PM Augusta Hilltoppers Church of Christ US-50, United States Augusta Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
7:30 PM New Way of Life Group Oakland New Way of Life Group Oakland 125 Liberty Street Oakland Open Meeting
7:30 PM Longtimers Group Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church 1000 Scalp Ave Johnstown Discussion   English
8:00 PM Fort Cumberland Group Emmanuel Episcopal Church 16 Washington St Cumberland English

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Salisbury, Pennsylvania AA Meetings

Salisbury is a borough in Somerset County, in the state of Pennsylvania. In this small borough, people’s daily lives have been impacted by Alcohol Use Disorder for years and they have been looking for ways to achieve sobriety. Creating Salisbury AA meetings has been one of the best things that have happened in this community as they provide much-needed support to individuals in the area. On top of that, Alcoholics Anonymous Pennsylvania has created a global directory where people who overcame alcohol addiction commit themselves to support individuals currently going through recovery. Of course, the atmosphere of all AA meetings is extremely pleasant and friendly, and everyone is treated with nothing but respect. The AA meetings take place in many different forms, such as spiritual meetings, candlelight meetings, also women’s, or men’s only group meetings. Salisbury AA meetings are perfect for gaining an education about alcohol addiction that can completely change a person’s perspective. It is commonly known that alcohol addiction affects a person’s physical, emotional, and social well-being which can create many problems over time. On a positive note, there are many different recovery methods. Oftentimes, treatment for alcohol addiction starts with detox and is then followed by medications and counseling therapy. AA meetings can only add to that and provide much-needed support to every individual going through recovery.

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