Find AA Meetings in Andrews, North Carolina

Find AA meetings in Andrews, North Carolina to help you on your road to recovery. Our comprehensive directory of AA meetings in North Carolina includes open, closed, speaker, and other specialized meetings, all of which are designed to help you get sober and remain sober.

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7:00 PM Murphy Big Book Group Murphy Big Book Group 765 Andrews Road Murphy

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Andrews, North Carolina AA meetings

Touted as a great place to get away from the rush of the city, Andrews, North Carolina, offers tranquility and beautiful scenery year-round. If you are looking for help with alcohol use disorder (AUD), you may find AA North Carolina meetings by looking in our online directory. Alcoholics Anonymous has been effectively helping people recover from AUD since 1935 and offers a variety of meetings to meet personal needs. Beginners’ meetings are open to newcomers and will walk them program basics. Gender-specific meetings, LGBT meetings, and other meetings are available. AA meetings rely on the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous to work through a program of recovery. The 12 Steps of AA is the framework for self-improvement and helps members move through recovery consistently. Some meetings rely on experienced speakers who have been successfully navigating lives without alcohol use for years to share their experiences. Time is set aside in each meeting for members to share their recovery stories. Sharing is a crucial healing element; all members may listen until they are ready to share. The fellowship of AA North Carolina meetings concentrates on its primary purpose of helping others recover from AUD. Many people find that effective recovery includes traditional rehabilitation. Available rehab offered in different types of settings includes both inpatient and outpatient services. Call our helpline today and ask a specialist about treatment program information.

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AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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