Belmont, North Carolina AA Meetings

Find AA meetings in Belmont, 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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Find AA meetings in Belmont, North Carolina

The suburb of Charlotte, known as Belmont, North Carolina, is known for its Southern charm. While the community is thriving, some people experience alcohol use disorder (AUD), a medical condition characterized by uncontrolled drinking. Use our online directory to find Belmont AA meetings and begin to take part in the strength of recovery. AA offers a variety of meetings; some meet the needs of a specific demographic, such as men’s or women’s groups. Others use a unique style such as a speaker meeting, where members from other areas share their recovery stories in an inspirational message. AA meetings utilize the 12 Steps of AA to systematically work the recovery program as outlined in the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous. Alcoholics Anonymous has been successfully helping people recover from AUD since 1935 by offering a place of support and fellowship for members. The primary purpose of AA has been, and remains, to help others who are suffering experience fulfilling lives in recovery. Time in each meeting is devoted for members to share their struggles, victories, and experiences. Members are invited to share but may choose to listen until they are ready to do so. People who are struggling to remain sober are included in meetings. Some people find they need more intense detoxification at the beginning of the recovery process. There are various detox programs available. Both inpatient, a medically supervised program, and outpatient programs are available in addition to AA North Carolina meetings. Call our helpline, and a specialist can help you find out about programs accessible nearby.

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