Welcome to AA North Carolina, a state-wide recovery resource devoted to supporting the men and women of North Carolina. AA North Carolina helps individuals struggling with alcoholism find the help they need on a local basis. Discover North Carolina Alcoholics Anonymous meetings per county or city, and take the next step to overcome alcohol addiction.
Find North Carolina AA Meetings Serving These Cities
- Carteret County
- Chapel Hill
- Durham County
- Elizabeth City
- High Point
- Kitty Hawk
- Moore County
- Nags Head
- Rockingham County
- Siler City
- Southern Pines
More About North Carolina AA Meetings
Membership is open to anyone interested in North Carolina Alcoholics Anonymous meetings. The AA North Carolina meetings are based on an effective, self-supporting approach to problematic drinking. In addition, AA North Carolina provides a localized support system that influences sobering behavior changes that members desire. Receive the extra support to stop drinking by seeking a nearby Alcoholics Anonymous meeting in North Carolina, and embrace a healthier lifestyle today.
The regional focus of North Carolina Alcoholics Anonymous excels members’ motivation beyond their expectations. Taking part in an open AA North Carolina meeting can offer life changing inspiration to quit. Such interpersonal discussions about overcoming alcoholism are both eye-opening and encouraging.
For some individuals interested in Alcoholics Anonymous in North Carolina, an open AA North Carolina meeting might not be the best solution for recovery. For these individuals, we can help pinpoint closed AA North Carolina meetings for a more personalized experience. Closed AA North Carolina meetings are similar to open meetings, however are designed specifically for alcoholics or prospective North Carolina AA members (excluding non-alcoholics and non-prospective North Carolina AA members in NC).
Even the most severe drinking problem can be overcome with the life changing support of North Carolina Alcoholics Anonymous. North Carolina AA meetings offer real strategies for alcohol rehabilitation and long-term sobriety. Find a local North Carolina Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, and discover a righteous path healthy living.