Find AA Meetings in Boone, North Carolina

Find AA meetings in Boone, 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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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
6:45 AM The Early Birds The Early Birds 747 West King Street Boone
12:00 PM One Day at a Time Boone One Day at a Time Boone 141 Health Center Drive Boone
12:00 PM Boone Downtown Meeting Boone Downtown Meeting 170 Councill Street Boone
5:30 PM Happy Hour Boone Happy Hour Boone 141 Health Center Drive Boone
5:30 PM Agnostics Atheists And Others Boone Agnostics Atheists And Others 141 Health Center Drive Boone
6:30 PM LGBTQ plus LGBTQ plus 141 Health Center Drive Boone
6:30 PM Promises Group Blowing Rock Promises Group Blowing Rock 140 Chestnut Drive Blowing Rock
7:30 PM Cove Creek Cove Creek 1161 U.S. 321 Sugar Grove

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Boone, North Carolina AA meetings

Home of Appalachian State University, Boone, North Carolina, sits at the top of the Appalachian Mountains and is a scenic place to watch wildlife and enjoy outdoor activities. If you are looking for AA meetings in Boone, NC, use our online directory to locate those nearby. Alcoholics Anonymous has been assisting people with alcohol use disorder (AUD) for more than 85 years. AUD is a chronic medical condition characterized by uncontrolled drinking, and the damage alcohol use has caused in professional and personal relationships. Participating in an AA fellowship offers recovery support. AA meetings are free to attend, there are no membership dues, and the only membership requirement is a desire to stop drinking. Meetings typically include a time for members to share their recovery experiences, challenges, and victories. All members are invited to share but are not required to do so; folks may participate when comfortable. AA is a spiritual but not religious program and is not connected to any political group or agenda. AA groups use the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous as their primary text to introduce the 12-step program that successfully helps people live fulfilling lives without alcohol. All AA meetings are open to anyone with AUD. Still, some meetings meet the needs of individual demographics, such as women’s or men’s meetings, LGBT meetings, beginner meetings, and more. AA North Carolina meetings are a community of like-minded people who are eager to welcome you to their ranks. Some find they need to participate in a traditional detoxification program as they quit using alcohol. There are various treatment programs available, including inpatient, outpatient, and detox. Use our toll-free helpline to call a specialist today and find treatment information convenient for you.

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AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

Not finding the meeting you are looking for in Boone? Find other AA meetings in North Carolina for more times, types and availabilities.

Blowing Rock (9.3 Miles Away)
Sugar Grove (10.9 Miles Away)
Banner Elk (18.9 Miles Away)
Newland (26.0 Miles Away)
West Jefferson (26.2 Miles Away)
Mountain City (31.2 Miles Away)
Collettsville (32.3 Miles Away)
Lenoir (35.5 Miles Away)
Spruce Pine (41.1 Miles Away)
Damascus (46.7 Miles Away)
North Wilkesboro (47.6 Miles Away)
Granite Falls (49.8 Miles Away)

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