Find AA Meetings in Concord, North Carolina

Find AA meetings in Concord, 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
7:00 AM Reveille Concord Reveille Concord 880 Fawn Circle Southwest Concord
12:00 PM Kannapolis 12 and 12 Group Kannapolis 12 and 12 Group 2315 Concord Lake Road Kannapolis
12:00 PM Stumptown Group Stumptown Group Online 14005 Stumptown Road Huntersville
12:00 PM North Noon Group North Noon Group Online 3835 West W.T. Harris Boulevard Charlotte
12:30 PM UNCC Campus AA UNCC Campus AA 9201 University City Boulevard Charlotte
5:30 PM Ez Does it Group Ez Does it Group 12900 Statesville Road Huntersville
5:30 PM Simple Solutions Concord Simple Solutions Concord Online 528 Lake Concord Road Northeast Concord
7:00 PM Mens Big Book and 12X12 Study Study Mens Big Book and 12X12 Study Study 200 Main Street Huntersville
8:00 PM Easy Does It Group Kannapolis Easy Does It Group Kannapolis 1578 Dale Earnhardt Boulevard Kannapolis
8:00 PM The Way Out Concord The Way Out Concord 3600 U.S. 601 Concord
8:00 PM Serenity Group Concord Serenity Group Concord 310 Country Club Drive Northeast Concord
8:00 PM Harrisburg Group Harrisburg Group Online 4560 North Carolina 49 Harrisburg

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Concord, North Carolina AA meetings

Concord is a city in Cabarrus County, in the U.S. state of North Carolina and is known to be crowded with people under the influence of alcohol. Alcohol addiction can diminish one’s ability to be productive and is capable to end many youth lives. This is why it should be a priority to address this issue and find solutions for it. People that are under the influence of alcohol should receive professional help and AA North Carolina plays a significant role in doing just that. Alcoholic Anonymous or commonly known as AA is a fellowship of many people that once were affected by alcohol use and now try to protect and help others going through the not so different journey. AA North Carolina helps many achieve sobriety by offering a hand to anyone who is affected by alcohol use. It’s a community where users won’t be considered an outcast and instead receive love and guidance that would help users quit drinking. Its key goal is to check on a user’s progress and possible setback and to keep track of every member. And to do this AA meetings are held regularly. Concord AA follows the 12 step approach. The 12 steps are modified to accommodate the user as every one of our members won’t be on the same level. Although we modify our 12 step approach, the 12 traditions are more or less kept similar. We aim to help users reach their goal of social and mental stability and then in turn help them become sober.

AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

Kannapolis (5.4 Miles Away)
Charlotte (18.2 Miles Away)
Huntersville (20.5 Miles Away)
Locust (22.0 Miles Away)
Davidson (24.8 Miles Away)
Cornelius (25.3 Miles Away)
Mint Hill (26.6 Miles Away)
Oakboro (27.8 Miles Away)
Mooresville (28.8 Miles Away)
Matthews (31.4 Miles Away)
Indian Trail (31.7 Miles Away)
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