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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
7:00 AM NORTH PARK EARLY SATURDAY St Martha`s & Mary Parish 2554 Wildwood Rd Hampton Township English   Open Meeting   Speaker +   Wheelchair Access
7:00 AM PAJAMAS & COFFEE Online only Online Pittsburgh, PA Pittsburgh Discussion   English   Open Meeting
8:00 AM Sunrise Group Onala Club Online 1625 W Carson St Pittsburgh Discussion   English
8:00 AM Spiritual Foundation Group All Saint Greek Orthodox Church 601 W McMurray Rd Canonsburg English   Literature
8:00 AM Sunrise Group West Carson Street Sunrise Group West Carson Street 1625 West Carson Street Pittsburgh Discussion
8:00 AM AS BILL SEES IT PITT Univ Of Pittsburgh Cathedral Of Learning 4200 Fifth Ave Pittsburgh Discussion   English   Open Meeting
9:00 AM Hard Heads Group Alliance Arid Club 421 S Arch Ave Alliance Big Book   Discussion   English +   Open Meeting
9:00 AM Three Legacy Pamphlet Study Group Oxford House 320 Benton Rd Salem Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
9:00 AM 9:00am Discussion Fellowship Hall 2555 Rush Blvd Youngstown Discussion   English
9:00 AM Breakfast Club Group St. Alexis Online 10090 Old Perry Hwy Wexford English   Step Meeting   Temporary Closure
9:00 AM Hair Of The Dog-Millvale Group Christ Lutheran Church 917 Evergreen Rd Pittsburgh Discussion   English
9:00 AM The First 164 Group St. Davids Episcopal Church 905 E McMurray Rd Venetia Big Book   English   Wheelchair Access
9:30 AM LIVE - Women's New Beginnings Group St. Luke's Episcopal Church 200 S Penn St Wheeling Closed Meeting   Discussion   English +   Women's Meeting
9:30 AM Promises YAIG Office 3373 Canfield Rd Youngstown Discussion   English   Open Meeting
10:00 AM Just For Today United Methodist Church 702 Main St Wintersville Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
10:00 AM As Bill Sees It Group Pittsburgh As Bill Sees It Group Pittsburgh 799 Washington Road Pittsburgh Discussion   Wheelchair Access
10:00 AM 10:00 am Discussion Online Only Online Youngstown, OH 44512 Youngstown As Bill Sees It   Daily Reflections   Discussion +   English   Open Meeting
10:00 AM WINDOVER HILLS United Methodist Church 6751 Ridge Rd Pittsburgh English   Open Meeting   Speaker +   Wheelchair Access
10:00 AM No Butts (Homestead) Group St. John-mark Luthern Church 225 E 10th Ave Homestead English
10:00 AM Saturday Morning Big Book Gp Sewickley Presbyterian Church 414 Grant St Sewickley Big Book   English

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New Cumberland, West Virginia AA Meetings

New Cumberland is the county seat of Hancock County, West Virginia. Those living in the area searching for local addiction treatment programs may be interested in our online registry of AA meetings in New Cumberland. The West Virginia Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) program offers meetings for just about everyone. There are GLBT meetings, gender-specific meetings, virtual online meetings, and special meetings for family members, called Al-anon. Whether you are brand new to the AA program, coming back after a recent relapse, or an “old-timer” looking for a recovery group in a new location, you will be given a warm welcome in the rooms of Alcoholics Anonymous. Some people are unsure about the type of treatment they need. If AA does not provide enough structure for you, there’s a possibility you could benefit from rehab (e.g., an inpatient or outpatient treatment facility). It’s common for people with substance use disorders to require alcohol detox to safely withdrawal from alcohol. Detox is usually available at a medical facility or an inpatient rehab center. If you need help finding a reliable treatment program in your local area, feel free to contact us. Our trained treatment specialists can help get you on the road to recovery today.

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