Jacksonville, North Carolina AA Meetings

Find AA meetings in Jacksonville, 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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Find AA meetings in Jacksonville, North Carolina

Home to the Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune, Jacksonville, North Carolina, is also known as the county’s commercial hub. Jacksonville residents are not immune to the impact of alcohol use disorder (AUD). The traits of this chronic disease include uncontrolled drinking, the inability to stop drinking when desired, an obsession with drinking, and the painful effects in relationships it causes. To begin or continue your recovery from AUD, start by finding AA meetings in Jacksonville in our online directory Alcoholics Anonymous has been the peer support leader of recovery for almost a century. Wherever you attend, AA groups are like-minded folks who offer support and fellowship in various gatherings. Many groups review the 12 Steps of AA to assist each member in steadily working toward self-improvement. Membership’s only requirement is a desire to stop drinking; all meetings are free. There is a range of unique meetings offered, from open meetings anyone may attend to closed meetings for those with AUD only, LGBT meetings, and more. A typical meeting agenda includes time for members to share their recovery stories, and all members are invited to share when they feel secure doing so. AA North Carolina meetings welcome newcomers, old-timers, and everyone in between. Relapse is often part of the recovery experience, so if you’ve had a relapse, you are encouraged to attend a meeting as soon as possible. Those who successfully live in recovery often attribute their recovery to AA group participation but recognize that many also need formal rehab as part of their journey. Rehab may include a detox program and inpatient or outpatient treatment programs. Make a confidential call to our helpline today and ask a specialist what treatment programs are available to you.

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