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Martinsburg, WV

Monday 7:00 PM

Martinsburg, WV

Thursday 1:00 PM

Martinsburg, WV

Wednesday 7:30 PM

Martinsburg, WV

Tuesday 8:00 PM

Martinsburg, WV

Sunday 5:30 PM

Martinsburg, WV

Thursday 6:00 PM

Martinsburg, WV

Monday 6:00 PM

Martinsburg, WV

Sunday 5:30 PM

Martinsburg, WV

Tuesday 7:30 PM

Martinsburg, WV

Tuesday 6:00 PM
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In West Virginia, NA meetings are found scattered throughout the state in most every major city and town. Sometimes these meetings are held at church organizations, others are held in community centers and some are even held in local parks. If you’re looking for a support group that will help you to stay sober, NA meetings are a free, convenient and effective means of help.

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Why People Go to NA

There are many reasons to attend NA. Maybe you are a recovering addict who recently has felt a strong urge to use. Maybe you are still using drugs but have made the decision to quit. Perhaps you have recently quit and are looking for someone to help you remain accountable and abstinent from the use of the dangerous substances that have caused so many problems in your life.

No matter why you attend NA meetings in West Virginia or any other area of the country, you can expect:

  • A community of support.
  • Members who don’t point fingers.
  • Individuals who are ready to help you fight addiction.
  • Convenient meeting times.
  • Consistent program steps.
  • A completely free service.

Choosing NA

You may find that it takes attending more than one NA meeting in West Virginia before you get comfortable with your group. Often times you will have to go to a few different meetings or attend with a set group a few different times before you find your place in the recovery program. Don’t get discouraged if you aren’t particularly happy with a certain group—try another NA meeting in your area and keep trying until you find a group that is socially comfortable for you.

NA meetings in West Virginia can be found in every major city. You’ll find these groups being held regularly in churches, community organizations and throughout the community—so don’t be afraid to seek and receive help.

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  1. Detox Phase

    Many long term drug abusers avoid getting help because they’re afraid to suffer the mental, physical and emotional trauma of the withdrawal process—but there’s no need to fear. When detoxification is monitored by trained, clinical professionals, problems are minimized and comfort is maximized. Now is the best time rid your body of addictive substances once and for all.

  2. Rehab Phase

    After detoxification, you can move on to getting treatment with a clearer mind and stronger body. Rehabilitation structures your life around breaking free of addiction. Group, family, and individual therapy can uncover and address any co-occurring mental health issues that may be contributing to your addiction.

  3. Recovery Phase

    Being honest about yourself is the key to long-lasting recovery. Ongoing attendance at 12-step meetings is a great way to maintain sobriety by helping you continue to work on issues and build a support network to see you through hard times, so you can continue to live a happier, healthier, more fulfilled life.

With just one phone call, you will be connected to an informed operator with access to thousands of quality treatment centers, at no cost to you. We’ll help you review the options in regards to price, treatment types, and location.

Whenever you’re ready, we are here to guide you or your loved one onto the path towards long-term recovery.

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