Find AA Meetings in Coats, North Carolina

Find AA meetings in Coats, 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.

Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
8:00 AM Early Birds Garner Early Birds Garner 15772 North Carolina 50 Garner
8:00 AM AA Early Birds AA Early Birds 15772 North Carolina 50 Garner
12:00 PM Noon Meeting Dunn Noon Meeting Dunn 1201 North Wilson Avenue Dunn
8:00 PM Willow Springs Group Fuquay Varina Willow Springs Group Fuquay Varina 402 N Main St Fuquay-Varina
8:00 PM Willow Springs Group Willow Springs Group 402 North Main Street Fuquay-Varina

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Coats, North Carolina AA meetings

The small town of Coats, North Carolina, is home to the state’s first licensed aviator credited for making aviation popular throughout the state. Even in this small town, alcohol use disorder (AUD) affects some residents. To locate AA meetings in Coats, use our online directory. Alcoholics Anonymous has been successfully helping people across the country recover from AUD for over 85 years. AA groups continue to rely on the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous, which contains the recovery program known as the 12 Steps of AA. This 12-step program is not religious but focuses on spiritual development leading to AUD recovery. Meetings have evolved to meet the present needs of a diverse demographic. Options include traditional Big Book and 12-step meetings, speaker meetings, closed with AUD only, open meetings which includes those who do not have AUD, and more. Those who have experienced recovery regard regular attendance at meetings as a crucial element of healing. Meeting agendas contain time dedicated for member sharing. While sharing isn’t required, all members are invited to share. This time is the part of the meeting that emphasizes how members apply the 12-step program in their lives, highlighting what works and how to overcome challenges. There are no meeting fees or membership dues. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. Remember that relapse is a common part of recovery, and returning to meetings is the next right thing to do. Newcomers, old-timers, those in between, and even those who have relapsed are always welcome at AA North Carolina meetings. Wherever you are in your healing journey, you may benefit from a formal rehab program in addition to attending AA meetings. To learn about options available, call our helpline to talk to a specialist who can give you treatment program information.

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