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Find AA meetings in Cedar Point, North Carolina
Located in the Crystal Coast of North Carolina, Cedar Point is a peaceful town with beaches and forests. Residents and visitors looking for AA meetings in Cedar Point should use our online directory to find nearby meetings. Alcohol use disorder (AUD) affects diverse people across the state, and Alcoholics Anonymous is the leader assisting them with recovery. First formed in 1935, AA relies on the 12 Steps of AA found in the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous to teach its spiritual self-improvement program. Members fellowship with one another through regular meeting attendance. Meetings include sharing time where all members are invited to share their recovery stories, including the ups and downs of working the AA program in their lives. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking, and meetings are free to attend. Sharing may seem overwhelming to some members, and while they are always encouraged may participate, sharing is not mandatory. Eventually, members feel comfortable and want to share with the group. You are invited to attend AA North Carolina meetings where you will find like-minded individuals to walk with on the road to recovery. The recovery process is usually enhanced when people with AUD participate in a supervised rehab program. Rehab may include a formal detox, inpatient, or outpatient treatment program. Call our helpline to learn about the options that are available nearby.