Moore County, North Carolina AA Meetings

Find AA meetings in Moore 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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Find AA meetings in Moore County, North Carolina

Moore County, North Carolina, is known for its world-class golf courses and economically depends on recreation and tourism. Residents and visitors may be struggling with the devastating effects of alcohol use disorder (AUD), a chronic condition characterized by an obsession with alcohol and the inability to stop drinking. To find AA meetings in Moore County, look at our online directory. Alcoholics Anonymous, organized in 1935, has been helping folks nationwide recover from AUD. Through local group fellowships, members support each other as they work the 12-step program found in the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous. The 12-step program is a spiritual but not religious program of self-examination and growth that leads to healing. Whether you are a newcomer, have been on your healing journey for a while, or are an old-timer, AA has meetings that support your recovery. Some meetings cover specific topics related to recovery, and others focus on each of the 12 steps in turn. Time in each session is committed to sharing. Sharing isn’t mandatory, but it is encouraged because it supports recovery. Members may listen only and share when they are ready. People often share their lives in recovery, where they were, what happened, and where they are now. Attending AA North Carolina meetings enhances recovery for members. Some folks find that recovery is more effective when they participate in other rehabilitation programs. To learn what programs are available, use our toll-free helpline and ask for more information.

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