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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
5:30 PM Serenity is in the Books Serenity is in the Books Online Keyser, WV 26726 Keyser Big Book   Closed Meeting   English
8:00 AM Early Bird Fort Recovery 418 N Centre St Cumberland English
10:00 AM The Mustard Seed Group Oakland Liberty Club 125 E Liberty St Oakland English
11:00 AM Sunday Serenity Group Fort Recovery 418 N Centre St Cumberland English
6:00 PM Slanesville Slanesville Presbyterian Church Slanesville Pike, Gore, WV Gore English   Open Meeting   Step Meeting
6:00 PM Into Action Group Christ Lutheran Church 180 Main St Grantsville English
6:00 PM Oakland Reflections Group Oakland Liberty Club 125 E Liberty St Oakland English
8:00 PM Sunday Night Step Group Trinity Lutheran 328 N Centre St Cumberland English

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Keyser, West Virginia AA Meetings

Keyser is a city in and the county seat of Mineral County, West Virginia. Those living or working near the area with substance use disorders may want to search our online database of AA meetings in Keyser. If you are new to the West Virginia Alcoholics Anonymous program, you may be interested in some tips to help you succeed in the program. First off, learn the meaning of each of the 12-Steps in the program. According to AA, “Old-Timers (an acronym for experienced AA members), the key to long-term sobriety is working the 12-Steps as the early founders did. The Big Book for Alcoholics Anonymous (the primary text for AA) goes into great detail about working the Steps. In addition to the Big Book, other tools (such as workbooks and learning aids) are available to help you learn to follow each of the 12-Steps. Another tip for succeeding in the AA addiction recovery program is to talk about your feelings. Keeping emotions bottled up can contribute to relapse. The program is there to provide an opportunity for social support. Other AA members can’t adequately support you if you don’t open up. Last but not least, get an AA sponsor. A sponsor is someone with experience working the Steps who can dedicate time to mentoring you on working the program. Showing up to meetings is good but may not be enough to keep a person sober long-term. There are actions steps that most recovering people have found they must do to succeed in AA. Keep in mind the common AA saying, “It works when you work it.”

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