AA Meetings in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
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Bellevue Do or Die Alcoholics Anonymous
House of Hope
N Home Ave, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15290Sunday19:00:00Direction
BURTONSVILLE BIG BOOK Alcoholics Anonymous
Liberty Grove Church
15225 Old Columbia Pike Burtonsville, 20866, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15225Monday19:00:00Direction
Friday Night Women Alcoholics Anonymous
St. Andrew Lutheran Church
304 Morewood Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15232Friday18:00:00Direction
How and Why (Bellevue) Alcoholics Anonymous
Greenstone UM Church
939 California Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15202Wednesday19:00:00Direction
LADIES STEP STUDY Alcoholics Anonymous
CHURCH OF RESURRECTION
15220 Main BELLVUE, 22408, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15220Friday10:00:00Direction
New Hope Alcoholics Anonymous
Church of the Redeemer
5700 Forbes Ave, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15217Friday19:00:00Direction
Night Owls Alcoholics Anonymous
1625 W. Carson St, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15219Tuesday22:00:00Direction
North Hills Alcoholics Anonymous
Christ Episcopal Church
5910 Babcock Boulevard, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15237Tuesday20:00:00Direction
Pittsbugh Pirmary Purpose Alcoholics Anonymous
Hamilton Pres. church
4500 hamilton ave, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15206Thursday20:00:00Direction
RELATIONSHIPS Alcoholics Anonymous
CHURCH OF RESURRECTION
15220 Main BELLVUE, 22408, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15220Saturday19:00:00Direction
SOBER AS FOLK Alcoholics Anonymous
Church Of The Redeemer
forbes and Murray ( Squirel Hill ) pittsburgh, PA 15217, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15217Wednesday19:30:00Direction
Sole Purpose Alcoholics Anonymous
1625 W. Carson St, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15219Saturday19:30:00Direction
Trudgers Mt Lebanon Alcoholics Anonymous
Southminister Pres. Ch.
799 Washington Rd, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15228Saturday20:00:00Direction
Welcome Home Alcoholics Anonymous
1625 W. Carson St, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15219Thursday14:00:00Direction
Please note that AA meeting locations and times tend to change often and quickly, so always check before assuming these times are accurate. Do you have new information about an AA meeting? Please let us know!
Alcoholics Anonymous is a well-known and respected recovery group that has helped hundreds of thousands of residents in Pennsylvania to recover from alcoholism. These gatherings have helped the participants to battle their own struggles without using drugs. The primary purpose of attending these meetings is to interact with, learn from, and engage in mutual support with other men and women struggling with alcoholism. The AA meetings provide the addict with an ongoing source of support in the process of recovery in all stages.
AA meetings give those in long-term recovery the chance to mentor also the newcomers in the meeting. There are about 1250 AA meetings annually in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and there is absolutely no excuse not to attend any group meeting. There are daily meetings in cities, and you can get access to them from any point in the State. Such places include Bethel Park, Monroeville, West Mifflin and others.
It is recommendable for starters to attend several AA meetings in various locations within Pittsburgh before sticking to one.
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