VIRGINIA AA Meetings
For information and directions for a VIRGINIA AA Meeting — make a selection below for your city or area.
If there is not a listing for a VIRGINIA AA Meeting for your city (in the list below) -- Contact the local AA in the city that is nearest you. They will help you locate a meeting that is nearest to your location.
Sometimes, new or small AA meetings, or newly moved meetings will not be listed in the directories yet -- or the information may have changed.
This is why it is important to contact one of the VIRGINIA Central Offices, Intergroups, or Alano Clubs for the most recent information. The AA members in these offices will always have the most recent information and change notifications.
Spanish Speaking AA Meetings: Most often, the Spanish Speaking AA Meetings will be designated as: Oficina Inegroupal and they will have additional literature in Spanish, and also be able to help you locate the Spanish Speaking AA Meetings
Alcoholics Anonymous is worldwide with A.A. meetings in almost every community. You can find times and places of local A.A. meetings or events by contacting a nearby A.A. Central Office, Intergroups, or A.A. Answering Services
VIRGINIA Meetings A.A. Central Offices, Intergroups, Answering Services by City and Area
Alcoholics Anonymous VIRGINIA Meetings and Area Websites
ALEXANDRIA VIRGINIA A.A.
Oficina Intergrupal Hispana A.A. Richmond Hwy
Alexandria VA - Telephone: (703) 360-5447
CHARLOTTESVILLE VIRGINIA A.A.
Jefferson District A.A. Intergroup
Charlottesville VA - Telephone: (434) 293-6565
DANVILLE VIRGINIA A.A.
Danville A.A. Answering Service
Danville VA - Telephone: (434) 799-4111
FAIRFAX VIRGINIA A.A.
Northern Virginia A.A. Intergroup
8501 Lee Highway
Fairfax VA - Telephone: (703) 876-6166
HARRISONBURG VIRGINIA A.A.
12th Step A.A. Intergroup
Harrisonburg VA - Telephone: (540) 434-8870
HOPEWELL VIRGINIA A.A.
A.A. District 16 Intergroup
Hopewell VA - Telephone: (804) 452-1959
LYNCHBURG VIRGINIA A.A.
North Piedmont A.A. Central Office
245 Alleghany Avenue #6
Lynchburg VA - Telephone: (434) 847-4733
PUNGOTEAGUE VIRGINIA A.A.
Virginia Eastern Shore A.A. Intergroup
Pungoteague VA - Telephone: ?
RICHMOND VIRGINIA A.A.
Richmond A.A. Intergroup
3600 W Broad St Suite 684
Richmond VA - Telephone: (804) 355-1212
ROANOKE VIRGINIA A.A.
Roanoke Valley A.A. Intergroup
3451 Brandon Avenue SW Room 2
Roanoke VA - Telephone: (540) 343-6857
STAUNTON VIRGINIA A.A.
Valley A.A. Intergroup
Staunton VA - Telephone: ?
VIRGINIA BEACH VIRGINIA A.A.
Tidewater A.A. Intergroup
4968 Euclid Rd Suite C-1
Virginia Beach VA - Telephone: (757) 490-3980
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WILLIAMSBURG VIRGINIA A.A.
Williamsburg Area A.A. Intergroup
Williamsburg VA - Telephone: (757) 253-1234
WINCHESTER VIRGINIA A.A.
Blue Ridge Area A.A. Intergroup
Winchester VA - Telephone: (540) 667-0322
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· The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for A.A. membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions.
· A.A. is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy; neither endorses nor opposes any causes.
· Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.