6-Step Study & Tradition Group

Mental Health Building
Sunday
6:00 PM

Getting Better Group

Noble Hospital
Sunday
8:00 PM

Monday Night Discussion Group

Church of the Atonement
Monday
8:00 PM

Westfield Tuesday Night Group

First United Methodist Church
Tuesday
7:00 PM

The Came to Group

The Came to Group
Wednesday
12:00 AM

Men's Topic Discussion

Genesis Retreat House
Wednesday
7:30 PM

Steps to Live Group

Central Baptist Church
Wednesday
7:30 PM

Westfield Big Book Group

Mental Health Building
Thursday
7:00 PM

Living Sober

Living Sober
Friday
10:00 AM
Friday
7:30 PM

24 Hour Group

Mental Health Building
Saturday
10:00 AM

Westfield Primary Purpose Group

2nd Congregational Church
Saturday
4:00 PM

Grapevine Discussion Group

Mental Health Building
Saturday
7:00 PM

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