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Find AA meetings in Autryville, North Carolina
Home to the Cape Fear Botanical Garden, beautiful Autryville, North Carolina, is a small town that has not escaped the effects of alcohol use disorder (AUD). AUD is a medical condition characterized by such symptoms as the lack of ability of a person to stop or control their drinking and the distress it creates in their relationships. When looking for help with AUD, use our online directory to find AA meetings in Autryville. Alcoholics Anonymous is the world leader in AUD recovery, and regular attendance in meetings supports healing. The AA program relies on the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous, a spiritual but not religious framework for self-development and growth. Membership in AA is as simple as showing up with a desire to stop drinking; there are no meeting fees or membership dues. One hallmark of AA meetings is time set aside for members to share their recovery stories. Because all meetings practice the principle of anonymity, meetings are a safe place to share, and everyone is invited to participate; still, you may choose to listen only if you are not comfortable sharing. You may be confident that meetings of AA North Carolina are ready to accept you into their community and include you in their fellowship. As part of your recovery, you may also find it crucial to participate in a traditional rehab program. To find out what is available to you, call our 24/7 helpline and speak to a specialist who can guide you to the appropriate information.