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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
7:30 AM EyeOpener - EXPRESS Clubhouse 301 6th Ave Huntington Closed Meeting   Discussion   English +   Wheelchair Access
7:30 AM Mustard Seed Group D9 Trinity Lutheran Church Kanawha Blvd E & Elizabeth St Charleston Closed Meeting   Discussion   English
7:30 AM Mustard Seed Group Charleston Mustard Seed Group 1600 Kanawha Blvd E Charleston Closed Meeting   Discussion
12:00 PM Capitol First Chance Group Day Reporting Center 900 Christopher St Charleston Discussion   English   Open Meeting
12:00 PM Combined Groups of Huntington Clubhouse 301 6th Ave Huntington Closed Meeting   Discussion   English +   Wheelchair Access
12:00 PM Attitude Adjustment Group Dunbar Attitude Adjustment Group 1225 Ohio Avenue Dunbar Discussion   Open Meeting   Wheelchair Access
2:00 PM Living by Spiritual Principles Meeting First Steps Wellness & Recovery Center 730 7th Ave Huntington Discussion   English   Open Meeting
5:30 PM Combined Groups of Huntington Clubhouse 301 6th Ave Huntington Closed Meeting   Discussion   English +   Wheelchair Access
5:30 PM O.D.A.T. (One Day At A Time) Group Lavalette United Methodist Church 4623 WV-152 Lavalette Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
5:30 PM Attitude Adjustment Group Dunbar Attitude Adjustment Group 1225 Ohio Avenue Dunbar Discussion   Open Meeting   Wheelchair Access
6:00 PM Women in Recovery 5th Avenue Baptist 5th Ave & 12th St Huntington Big Book   Closed Meeting   English +   Wheelchair Access   Women's Meeting
7:00 PM Let It Be Group Let It Be Group 463 Hambley Blvd Pikeville Closed Meeting   Discussion   English
7:00 PM Spring Hill Group Genesis Fellowship Church 4032 MacCorkle Ave Charleston Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
7:00 PM Ebby's Promise Trinity Lutheran Church (Kanawha Blvd & Elizabeth) 1600 Kanawha Blvd E Charleston Big Book   Discussion   English +   Open Meeting
7:00 PM E Street Group Blessed Sacrament Church 305 E St Charleston Closed Meeting   Discussion   English
7:00 PM Tuesday Night Mens Group St. John's Episcopal Church Hunters Hall 1105 Quarrier St Charleston Closed Meeting   Discussion   English +   Men's Meeting
7:00 PM Coal River Group St. Marks Episcopal Church 407 B St Saint Albans Closed Meeting   Discussion   English +   Wheelchair Access
7:00 PM Point of Hope Group Point of Hope Group 318 W Perry St Louisa Big Book   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
7:30 PM Triangle Group 5th Avenue Baptist 5th Ave & 12th St Huntington Big Book   Closed Meeting   English +   Wheelchair Access
7:30 PM Williamson Serenity Group St. Paul Episcopal Church 410 Prichard St Williamson Discussion   English   Open Meeting

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Chapmanville, West Virginia AA Meetings

Chapmanville is a town in Logan County, West Virginia; the city was initially called Chapmansville, named for an early settler, Ned Chapman. If you have recently been diagnosed with alcohol use disorder, our online directory of AA meetings in Chapmanville may help you find a local addiction recovery program.

Although Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is not a formal treatment program, participating in AA has been linked with reducing alcohol use, increased sobriety, and an overall improvement of the quality of life. How does AA accomplish this? Several factors lend themselves to the positive outcomes associated with regular AA participation; these include the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous, AA sponsorship, and AA literature (as The Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous).

The Big Book spells out the meaning of the 12 Steps and gives explicit instructions on working each Step. AA sponsorship incorporates a mentoring relationship between an experienced AA member and a newcomer. The sponsor works with a newcomer on a 1:1 basis to teach beginners how to apply the 12 Steps to day-to-day life.

Contact us today if would like information about addiction treatment programs in your local area (such as detoxification, inpatient, or outpatient treatment facilities) which you can attend in addition to AA meetings, Burlington. Call our helpline at any time to speak to a treatment specialist.

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