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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
10:30 AM Primary Purpose Roanoke Primary Purpose Roanoke Online 1837 Grandin Road Southwest Roanoke Closed Meeting   Literature   Virtual +   Wheelchair Access
10:30 AM Primary Purpose Raleigh Court Presbyterian Church 1837 Grandin Rd SW Roanoke Closed Meeting   English   Literature +   Wheelchair Access
12:00 PM Luncheon Meeting REBOS North 2915 Epperley Ave NW Roanoke English   Open Meeting
12:00 PM Peters Creek Discussion Group Fairview United Methodist Church 1310 Van Buren St NW Roanoke English   Literature   Open Meeting
12:15 PM Big Book - in Person at Christ Lutheran Christ Lutheran Church 2011 Brandon Ave SW Roanoke Discussion   English   Open Meeting
5:30 PM Language of the Heart Westhampton Christian Church 2515 Grandin Rd SW Roanoke Big Book   Closed Meeting   English
6:00 PM Came to Believe Church of St Peter & St Paul 4909 N Lake Dr Roanoke Big Book   Discussion   English +   Open Meeting   Wheelchair Access
6:00 AM First Things First REBOS Center 4231 Garst Mill Rd Cave Spring Discussion   English   Open Meeting
8:00 AM Many Paths to Spirituality REBOS Center 4231 Garst Mill Rd Cave Spring Discussion   English   Open Meeting
12:00 PM Martinsville Group East Church St Martinsville Group East Church St 321 East Church Street Martinsville 12 Steps & 12 Traditions   Closed Meeting   Step Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
12:15 PM Covington Group District 31 - Mountain View 138 N Maple Ave Covington English   Open Meeting
12:15 PM Top Of The Mountain Group District 13 - New River Valley 325 N Franklin St Christiansburg English   Open Meeting
5:45 PM New Hope REBOS Center 4231 Garst Mill Rd Cave Spring Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair-Accessible Bathroom
6:00 PM Floyd Group District 13 - New River Valley 104 Penn Ave NW Floyd English   Open Meeting
6:00 PM Blacksburg Duck Pond Group District 13 - New River Valley 705 W Campus Dr Blacksburg English   Open Meeting
6:00 PM Top Of The Mountain Group District 13 - New River Valley 325 N Franklin St Christiansburg Discussion   English   Grapevine +   Open Meeting
6:00 PM Oak Grove Group Valley Community Church 5000 Carriage Dr Cave Spring Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
6:30 PM Primary Purpose Group District 17 - South Piedmont 3030 Virginia Ave Collinsville Closed Meeting   English   Literature
6:30 PM We.Covery District 17 - South Piedmont Online Martinsville, VA 24112 Martinsville English   Literature   Open Meeting
6:30 PM Primary Purpose Group Collinsville Primary Purpose Group 3030 Virginia Avenue Collinsville Big Book   Closed Meeting

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Roanoke, Virginia AA Meetings

Roanoke is an independent city in the U.S. commonwealth of Virginia. Many residents of this city are victims of alcohol addiction. At various venues in this city, the AA community holds meetings, giving alcohol dependency sufferers a chance to recover completely. When a person is physically or emotionally dependent on alcohol, it has adverse effects on them. People who try to individually manage the situation may find it difficult because an attempt to quit when drinking becomes an addiction could trigger withdrawal symptoms that can be as horrible as symptoms of alcohol addiction itself. In an environment where everyone is interested in staying sober, the AA community offers a chance to recover. AA meetings Roanoke VA and other places are organized by the community. The aim of these meetings is to bring many people closer to the AA community so that they can all have an equal opportunity to achieve effective recovery. AA Virginia meetings and ones in other states make provision for the preferences of people by offering various kinds of meetings. The virtual type of AA meeting can be attended by people who do not want to participate physically. Other types are LGBTQ, women’s only, men’s only, etc. We have listed on our website some of the closest AA meetings to you. Select one and join us today. Don’t hesitate to call us if you need some tips on how to commence the healing process.

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