Find AA Meetings in Monroe, North Carolina

Find AA meetings in Monroe, 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
7:30 AM Low Bottom Monroe Low Bottom Monroe 200 North Stewart Street Monroe
12:00 PM Sunset Group Monroe Sunset Group Monroe 1010 McManus Street Monroe
12:00 PM Monroe Noon Group Monroe Noon Group 2111 Stafford Street Extension Monroe
6:00 PM Low Bottom Group Monroe Low Bottom Group Monroe Online 200 North Stewart Street Monroe
8:00 PM Singleness of Purpose Monroe Singleness of Purpose Monroe Online 120 Potter Road Monroe
7:00 AM On Awakening Mint Hill On Awakening Mint Hill 11501 Bain School Rd Mint Hill
11:00 AM We Need Each Other Group We Need Each Other Group 12509 Idlewild Road Matthews
11:30 AM Sober Mamas Sober Mamas Online 801 South Trade Street Matthews
5:30 PM The Way Home Group Charlotte The Way Home Group Charlotte Online 10140 Providence Church Lane Charlotte
6:30 PM Keeping It Real Group Keeping It Real Group 2700 Providence Road South Waxhaw
8:00 PM Matthews Group Matthews Group Online 801 South Trade Street Matthews
8:00 PM Mint Hill Group Mint Hill Group 11501 Bain School Rd Mint Hill

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Monroe, North Carolina AA meetings

Monroe is a large city in the NC-SC Metropolitan area, it is located in Union County, North Carolina, United States. This area is known to have residence struggling with alcohol addiction. Monroe AA meetings are a means by which recovering alcoholics can find help and support. Individuals in Monroe who wish to access AA North Carolina meetings can do so through its global database of AA meetings. AA meetings follow the 12-step program, which is a highly successful one when followed carefully. The alternative is an inpatient facility but this is largely dependent on an individual’s initial assessment. At the inpatient facility, the recovery from alcohol addiction begins with detox, then pharmaceuticals, followed by counseling therapies. Meetings are chaired by people who overcame alcohol addiction, they use their experienced journey to provide support and care. Alcohol addiction can cause serious damage to a person’s life, not just affecting them physically but mentally as well. The addiction can negatively affect their livelihood (loss of jobs), family, and social life and can also lead to motor vehicle collisions. Though overcoming AA is challenging, the Monroe AA meetings will provide the expertise and help necessary to achieve recovery and prevent relapse. These AA meetings have a high success rate with a large percentage of people recovering and remaining sober.

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AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

Indian Trail (13.2 Miles Away)
Matthews (13.7 Miles Away)
Marshville (16.7 Miles Away)
Waxhaw (18.9 Miles Away)
Charlotte (22.5 Miles Away)
Mint Hill (23.0 Miles Away)
Pineville (29.3 Miles Away)
Locust (32.2 Miles Away)
Oakboro (38.6 Miles Away)
Fort Lawn (45.3 Miles Away)
Wadesboro (45.8 Miles Away)
Norwood (46.6 Miles Away)

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