Find AA Meetings in Durham County, North Carolina

Find AA meetings in Durham County, 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
6:00 AM Chapel Hill Carrboro Group Chapel Hill Carrboro Group Online 175 BPW Club Road Carrboro
6:45 AM Rtp Lunch Bunch Rtp Lunch Bunch Online 5117 South Miami Boulevard Durham
7:00 AM Daily Reprieve Raleigh Daily Reprieve Raleigh 11501 Leesville Road Raleigh
7:00 AM Chapel Hill Carrboro Group Chapel Hill Carrboro Group 175 BPW Club Road Carrboro
7:00 AM On Awakening Group Durham On Awakening Group Durham 400 Crutchfield Street Durham
7:00 AM On Awakening Group Durham On Awakening Group Durham Online 400 Crutchfield Street Durham
10:00 AM Promises Group Chapel Hill Promises Group Chapel Hill Online 1712 Willow Drive Chapel Hill
12:00 PM Chapel Hill Carrboro Group Chapel Hill Carrboro Group Online 175 BPW Club Road Carrboro
12:00 PM The Turning Point Durham The Turning Point Durham Online 400 Crutchfield Street Durham
12:00 PM Rtp Lunch Bunch Rtp Lunch Bunch Online 5117 South Miami Boulevard Durham
12:30 PM Healing Hour Healing Hour 3304 Glen Royal Road Raleigh
1:00 PM The Book Club Durham The Book Club Durham Online 1937 West Cornwallis Road Durham
3:00 PM Late Bloomers Group Late Bloomers Group 2551 Homestead Road Chapel Hill
5:30 PM Chapel Hill Carrboro Group Chapel Hill Carrboro Group 175 BPW Club Road Carrboro
5:30 PM Rtp Lunch Bunch Rtp Lunch Bunch Online 5117 South Miami Boulevard Durham
6:00 PM Happy Hour Group Durham Happy Hour Group Durham 810 West Chapel Hill Street Durham
6:30 PM Hope for Healing Raleigh Hope for Healing Raleigh 3304 Glen Royal Road Raleigh
6:30 PM Freedom From Bondage Durham Freedom From Bondage Durham Online 400 Crutchfield Street Durham
6:30 PM Freedom From Bondage Durham Freedom From Bondage Durham 400 Crutchfield Street Durham
7:00 PM Sober Living Group Rougemont Sober Living Group Rougemont 105 Red Mountain Road Rougemont

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Durham County, North Carolina AA meetings

Durham County, North Carolina, is the home to Durham, known as the “City of Medicine” due to the high number of medical and health-related companies located there. Even in this health-conscious community, some residents struggle with alcohol use disorder (AUD), a chronic disease characterized by uncontrolled drinking, an obsession with alcohol, and the breakdown of relationships. When looking for AA meetings in Durham County, use our online directory to locate those nearby. Alcoholics Anonymous, the world leader in AUD recovery, utilizes the 12 Steps of AA, a spiritual program of self-improvement, to help members walk the recovery path. Those who are new or returning to AA groups may feel unsure about attending meetings; this is entirely normal. AA has a rich history and, individual group meetings have evolved to meet the modern needs of a diverse population. Time in each meeting is devoted to members who want to share their recovery stories. Those who share talk about the challenges they face, the victories they’ve had, and other experiences on their recovery journey. Some are living successful lives without alcohol and inspire others. Members are not required to share but are invited to participate when they feel comfortable doing so. Attending AA North Carolina will introduce you to a fellowship of like-minded individuals who will walk the road to recovery with you. You may also find it essential to participate in traditional detox or other rehabs as you recover from AUD. To learn about what treatments are available, call our helpline today and have a confidential conversation with a specialist who can give you program information.

Get Help With Alcohol Addiction

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  • Find the best drug rehab centers
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AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

Chapel Hill (13.8 Miles Away)
Butner (16.2 Miles Away)
Hillsborough (18.2 Miles Away)
Raleigh (18.6 Miles Away)
Carrboro (19.4 Miles Away)
Rougemont (21.9 Miles Away)
Pittsboro (30.7 Miles Away)
Hurdle Mills (31.0 Miles Away)
Apex (31.2 Miles Away)
Mebane (32.8 Miles Away)
Wake Forest (34.5 Miles Away)
Roxboro (39.9 Miles Away)

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Calls to any general helpline (non-facility specific 1-8XX numbers) for your visit will be answered by a licensed drug and alcohol rehab facility, a paid advertiser on AlcoholicsAnonymous.com.

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