Find AA Meetings in Maxton, North Carolina

Find AA meetings in Maxton, 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
7:00 PM Back To Basics Group Maxton Back To Basics Group Maxton 326 Martin Luther King Junior Highway Maxton
12:00 PM I 95 Group I 95 Group 401 East 1st Street Lumberton
6:30 PM Easy Does It Lumberton Easy Does It Lumberton 401 East 1st Street Lumberton
8:00 PM Red Springs Group Red Springs Group 122 West 3rd Avenue Red Springs
8:00 PM Pine Run Drive Pine Run Drive 40 Marion Road Lumberton
8:00 PM Keep It Simple Group Laurinburg Keep It Simple Group Laurinburg 1501 Turnpike Road Laurinburg

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Maxton, North Carolina AA meetings

Incorporated with the name of Shoe Hill in 1874, the town now called Maxton, North Carolina is located in both Robeson and Scotland counties. Assistance from AA North Carolina is easily accessible here, as there are AA meetings in Maxton. Once you are sober, having a list of all the local AA North Carolina meetings can keep you on track, because you’ll have somewhere safe and healing to go at any time you encounter a trigger. First, though, you do have to get sober, and while those with mild addictions may be able to quit cold turkey, anyone drinking for a long time or drinking heavily is at risk of suffering dangerous symptoms of withdrawal when they give up alcohol. Therefore, an alcohol detox overseen by medical professionals is needed. It is also advisable for anyone with more than a mild addiction to receive inpatient or residential treatment at first, as it keeps you surrounded by the treatment atmosphere 24/7. However, outpatient treatment programs can work for motivated individuals with stable living arrangements. After your treatment program, going to AA meetings in Maxton will allow you to transition into the local recovery community, so that you can continue to grow and thrive in your sobriety.

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AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

Laurinburg (11.3 Miles Away)
Pembroke (14.7 Miles Away)
Red Springs (17.6 Miles Away)
Laurel Hill (17.8 Miles Away)
Raeford (29.7 Miles Away)
Lumberton (32.7 Miles Away)
Fairmont (34.3 Miles Away)
St. Pauls (34.9 Miles Away)
Hamlet (36.4 Miles Away)
Rockingham (42.0 Miles Away)
Aberdeen (44.3 Miles Away)
Fayetteville (45.4 Miles Away)

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