Find A Meeting Near You Phone icon 800-643-9618
Question iconWho Answers?

North Area

Address

1377 Remount Rd
North Charleston, SC 29406

Location

Get Help With Alcohol Addiction

Talk To Someone Now
Call toll free to:
  • Find meetings near you
  • Discover online or in person meetings
  • Get 24 hour information on addiction
803-930-2011
All calls are 100% confidential
Question iconWho Answers?

Weekly Meeting Schedule

Types of AA Meetings

Big Book: In South Carolina, clients enrolled in AA programs often discuss the Big Book. This anthology contains dozens of stories about real people who overcame alcohol use disorder and can inspire clients to do the same.

Candlelight: Candlelight AA meetings are sessions in which members bring candles, usually white, that represent their hopes and goals. When each member shares, that member lights their candles as they discuss their challenges and successes.

Closed: In South Carolina, closed AA meetings are only accessible to AA members and anyone seeking help for a drinking problem. They are not open to the general public. The discussions are informal and all participants are invited to share their reflections and experiences.

Discussion: In South Carolina, AA discussion meetings provide the opportunity for members to share their personal reflections on a specific topic related to alcoholism and recovery. This topic usually ties back to an AA text, such as AA Grapevine or the Big Book. Leaders will open with their own insights and then encourage others to speak.

Newcomer: AA newcomer meetings in South Carolina are open to individuals who are just starting in the program and want to understand more about it. These discussions usually include a general overview of the first three steps in the 12 step recovery model.

Open: Open AA meetings in South Carolina are available to anyone in the community. They are not limited to members only, which gives the public the opportunity to learn more about the organization and its unique 12 step recovery program. Members can share their stories and experiences while non-members can listen and observe.

Step Meeting: In South Carolina, AA centers feature step meetings as part of the 12 Step Program. Participants use AA literature as a basis for recovery, compare their experience to the texts, and converse about ways to improve themselves for future steps.

Tradition Study: Tradition Study sessions are AA reflections about the organization. Members discuss how AA chapters can be more successful in their purpose through greater unity and its outreach programs.

Wheelchair Access: Non-ambulatory clients in South Carolina may still fully participate in AA meetings. The center may have designated parking spaces and wheelchair access through exterior ramps and open floor spaces.

Other AA Meetings In Charleston

Find more AA meetings in Charleston, SC review all availabilities and filter by day, times and types.

Second Chance

1444 Remount Rd North Charleston, SC 29406

Regla 62

1544 Remount Rd North Charleston, SC 29406

Grupo De Las Tinieblas A La Luz

3381 Ashley Phosphate Rd North Charleston, SC 29418

50 in 50

Daniel Island Charleston, SC 29492

3 Legacies

299 Seven Farms Drive Charleston, SC 29492

Happy Destiny – 24 Water Street

24 Water St Charleston, SC 29401

AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

Find A Meeting Today Phone icon 800-681-2956 Question iconWho Answers?