Newspaper article Charleston Gazette Mail

Support Groups

Newspaper article Charleston Gazette Mail

Support Groups

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A new Kanawha Valley Lymphedema Support Group meets on the third Thursday of each month at the Cross Lanes Library. Call Dee at 304- 415-8390 for more information.

Crossing Recovery, formerly Celebrate Recovery, is a faith-based recovery program for anyone dealing with hurts, addictions or any issues, provided at no cost. Dinner and child care are also provided free. Crossing Recovery meets at 6 p.m. every Monday at 3002 Shadyside Road in St. Albans. For more information, call 304-755- 0000.

A recovery group for addicts and support group for loved ones meets regularly at Gateway Church, across from the fire department in St. Albans. For more information, call Rex Thaxton, 304-395- 0697.

Under His Wings, a faith-based support group for women who have been affected by domestic violence now meets in Putnam County. If you or someone you know is a victim of abuse and you would like more information, call 304-993-1725 or email

A compassionate and confidential support group for those wishing to resolve emotional issues lingering from a past abortion is offered Mondays at 5:30 p.m. at Woman's Choice Pregnancy Resource Center, 504 Washington St., W., in Charleston. Call 304-346-9779 for more information and to reserve a place in the group. All contacts are confidential.

Quarry Manor Assisted Living, 699 South Park Road in Kanawha City, hosts a support group for caregivers at 6 p.m. on the first Monday of each month in the second-floor private dining room. Call 304-925-4663 for more details.

Alcoholics Anonymous offers regular meetings to those needing help. Call 1-800-333-5051 or find daily meeting locations at

The Loved Ones' Group offers confidential education, help and hope and a discussion group for those concerned about someone's alcohol or drug use. Free meetings take place at 6:30 p.m. Thursdays at Blessed Sacrament Church, 305 E St., South Charleston. For more information, contact Rob Grishaber at 304-546-8839.

The Charleston Area Ostomy Association is a volunteer, health- based, nonprofit organization dedicated to assisting people who have had or will have intestinal or urinary diversions. …

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