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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
7:00 PM Monday Night Closed Group Grace Lutheran Church Gaston Ave & 3rd St Fairmont Closed Meeting   English
7:00 AM Sober Sunrise Sober Sunrise Group 323 Johnson Ave Bridgeport Discussion   English   Meditation +   Open Meeting
9:00 AM Morgantown Phone Group Morgantown Phone Group Online Morgantown, WV Morgantown English
12:00 PM LIVE - Come Together Group St. Ann's Episcopal Church 453 Maple Ave New Martinsville Discussion   English   Open Meeting
12:00 PM Meeting 17 Club 399 Crowl St Westover Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
12:00 PM Harmony Group Harmony Group 170 W Pike St Clarksburg Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access   Wheelchair-Accessible Bathroom
12:00 PM Come Together Group New Martinsville Come Together Group Maple Avenue Maple Avenue New Martinsville Open Meeting   Speaker
6:00 PM Women's Meeting Episcopal Parish House 123 S 6th St Clarksburg English   Temporary Closure   Women's Meeting
6:30 PM Steps To Sobriety Group Good Works 102 Old Wynn Rd Uniontown Discussion   English
7:00 PM Concord Beginners Group Concord Beginnners Group 47 Concord Rd Belington English   Newcomer   Open Meeting
7:00 PM Recovery Road Group Recovery Road 100 Church St Lumberport Discussion   English   Open Meeting
7:00 PM Upshur Uphill Group Upshur Uphill Group 88 S Kanawha St Buckhannon Big Book   English   Wheelchair Access +   Wheelchair-Accessible Bathroom
7:00 PM Morgantown Phone Group Morgantown Phone Group Online Morgantown, WV Morgantown English
7:00 PM Bruceton Mills Group Hopewell Church Online Old Rte 73 First Discussion   English   Open Meeting
7:00 PM Road to Recovery Group Road to Recovery Group 100 Church St Lumberport 12 Steps & 12 Traditions   Big Book   English +   Temporary Closure   Wheelchair Access
7:00 PM Green Street Group Jones Methodist Church 333 Green St Morgantown Big Book   Closed Meeting   English
7:30 PM Step into Sobriety Group Step into Sobriety Group 171 E Main St Salem English   Open Meeting
8:00 PM Oakland Big Book Oakland Liberty Club 125 E Liberty St Oakland English
8:00 PM VA Hospital Louis A. Johnson VA Medical Center 1 Med Center Dr Clarksburg Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Temporary Closure   Wheelchair Access   Wheelchair-Accessible Bathroom
8:30 PM Monday Night Calvary Group Calvary United Methodist Church 34 Clark St Uniontown Discussion   English

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Fairmont, West Virginia AA Meetings

Fairmont is a city in Marion County, West Virginia. AA meetings in Fairmont are featured on our online directory of West Virginia Alcoholics Anonymous groups and meetings. If you were diagnosed with alcohol use disorder, you might be interested in learning about local 12-Step recovery programs.

Although alcohol addiction is considered a long-term disorder, there is hope. Scientists have shown that maintaining abstinence from alcohol can slow the progression of the disease and hinder symptoms such as cravings to drink and withdrawal symptoms that occur when attempting to quit. A 12-Step addiction recovery program—such as Alcoholics Anonymous—can help you abstain from using alcohol and other addictive substances.

If you are new to AA, you may be happy to learn that there is no cost to become a member of an AA group. In fact, the only requirement to join AA is the desire to quit drinking and using other addictive substances. For some people, attending regular AA meetings is enough to get sober. Others may need more structure, such as alcohol detox (which should be done in an inpatient treatment facility) or rehabilitation (rehab), such as a long-term inpatient or outpatient treatment program. If you would like more information about alcohol treatment facilities in your local area, contact us today.

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