Find AA Meetings in Burlington, North Carolina

Find AA meetings in Burlington, 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
8:00 PM No Name Group Burlington No Name Group Online 2306 Lacy Street Burlington
8:00 PM Burlington Group Burlington Group Online 513 West Front Street Burlington
9:00 AM Came To Believe Group Graham Came To Believe Group Graham Online 626 Oakgrove Drive Graham
12:00 PM Graham Group Graham Group 100 North Maple Street Graham
6:00 PM History Group History Group 619 Providence Road Graham
6:30 PM Hawfields Group Hawfields Group Online 2115 South North Carolina Highway 119 Mebane
8:00 PM Mebane Group Mebane Group Online 402 South 5th Street Mebane
8:00 PM Graham Group Graham Group 100 North Maple Street Graham

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Burlington, North Carolina AA meetings

Burlington, North Carolina, like many cities across the state, has some residents who struggle with the adverse effects of alcohol use disorder (AUD), a medical condition characterized by an inability to control or stop drinking and the resulting chaos in relationships both professionally and personally. When looking for AA Burlington meetings, check our online directory to locate a meeting nearby. Alcoholics Anonymous has been the leader in helping people successfully recover from AUD since it began in 1935. AA membership has no dues, and meetings are free; the only requirement is a desire to stop drinking. Regular attendance in meetings enables the work of recovery. It is entirely normal to feel unsure about attending meetings after a relapse or for new members. If you feel uncertain about attending, you might look for a beginner’s meeting where you’ll learn to work AA’s 12-step program using the trusted Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous. All members are welcome to check out the variety of meetings offered to find the one that resonates with them. Other meetings that may be available are open meetings, open to family and friends who want to lend their support, closed meetings for those with AUD only, women-only and men-only meetings, and more. While attending AA North Carolina meetings is one of the important markers of successful healing, you may want to accelerate recovery by taking part in a formal rehab program. Use our toll-free helpline to contact a specialist today to learn more about programs accessible to you.

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  • Find the best drug rehab centers
  • Access free detox and rehab programs
  • Get 24-hour guidance on starting your recovery
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AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

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Graham (6.4 Miles Away)
Mebane (16.1 Miles Away)
Browns Summit (25.6 Miles Away)
Greensboro (26.3 Miles Away)
Hillsborough (33.1 Miles Away)
Reidsville (33.2 Miles Away)
Pittsboro (36.9 Miles Away)
Siler City (39.5 Miles Away)
Chapel Hill (40.4 Miles Away)
Carrboro (40.8 Miles Away)
Randleman (41.8 Miles Away)

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