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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
6:00 PM 321 Preston Group 4 Seasons 321 Preston St Bluefield English   Open Meeting
6:00 PM Bluefield Uptown Group First Presbyterian Church 208 Tazewell Ave Bluefield English
6:00 PM Lebanon Sobriety Group District 13 - New River Valley 24 Tate Ave Lebanon English   Open Meeting   Step Meeting
6:30 PM Princeton Group MIBC Buildng 1005 S 9th St Princeton Discussion   English   Open Meeting
6:30 PM Mt. Pleasant Group District 13 - New River Valley 200 Mount Pleasant Rd Wytheville English   Open Meeting
8:00 PM Uptown Group First Presbyterian Church 208 Tazewell Ave Bluefield English   Open Meeting

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War, West Virginia AA Meetings

War is a city in McDowell County, West Virginia, with numerous residents whose lives have been affected by alcohol use disorder and other alcohol-induced ailments. AUD is a relapsing disease, so for many people, recovery is a lifelong process. Alcoholics Anonymous is a global body established in 1935 to reach out to individuals diagnosed with AUD and equip them with effective recovery strategies through the 12-step program, peer support meetings, and the Big Book—the main text used in AA meetings. The meetings West Virginia Alcoholics Anonymous hosts are non-discriminatory; anyone who wishes to quit drinking is welcome. AA meetings in War come in various formats. These formats include open or closed meetings, gender-specific meetings, speaker meetings, discussion meetings, and beginner meetings. Gender-specific meetings are where gender-sensitive issues relating to AUD recovery are discussed. In contrast, beginner meetings are structured to educate new members on the ins and out of the AA community. There is also the option of sponsorship, which promotes accountability between a new member and the person sponsoring them (usually a more experienced member). Feel free to join any AA meeting listed in the directory published on this site. Our specialists can also help you find treatment centers near you.

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