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Beaufort, North Carolina AA meetings
The Atlantic Ocean community of Beaufort, North Carolina, is not immune to alcohol use disorder (AUD), and there is hope in attending AA meetings in Beaufort. Alcoholics Anonymous groups began helping people recover from AUD in 1935 and has successfully been helping people with AUD live fulfilling lives without alcohol since. Search our online directory to find a meeting fitting for you. There are a variety of meetings from which to choose, meetings for men only, women only, LGBT folks, beginners, and more. AA meetings may follow different structures based on the attending demographic but rely on the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous, which outlines the 12 Steps of AA to guide recovery. Meetings also include open sharing in a safe and non-judgmental environment where members practice anonymity. Participants are welcome to listen until they are comfortable sharing. Fellowship and the primary focus on helping others stop drinking keep the meetings relevant to recovery. While AA North Carolina meetings are important to successful AUD recovery, you may find that a detoxification treatment program is crucial for lasting health. There are options available for detox programs. Some operate under medical supervision in an inpatient program, and there are outpatient programs available as well. Call a specialist to help you find a treatment program that will work for you.