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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
6:00 AM Chapel Hill – Carrboro/Common Peril Group BPW Online 175 Bpw Club Rd Carrboro Closed Meeting   Discussion   English
6:30 AM Morning Meditation Group Morning Meditation Group 1219 Buck Jones Rd Raleigh 11th Step Meditation   As Bill Sees It   Daily Reflections +   Discussion   English   Meditation   Open Meeting
6:30 AM Morning Meditation Group Morning Meditation Group Online Raleigh, NC Raleigh 11th Step Meditation   As Bill Sees It   Closed Meeting +   Daily Reflections   Discussion   English   Meditation
6:30 AM Morning Meditation Group Cary Morning Meditation Group Cary Online 177 High House Road Cary Meditation   Open Meeting   Step Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
6:45 AM RTP Lunch Bunch Cedar Forks Baptist Church Online 5117 S Miami Blvd Durham Closed Meeting   Discussion   English
7:00 AM Chapel Hill - Carrboro Group BPW 175 Bpw Club Rd Carrboro Closed Meeting   Discussion   English
7:00 AM Daily Reprieve Morning Meditation Daily Reprieve Morning Meditation Online Raleigh, NC Raleigh English   Meditation   Open Meeting
8:00 AM Early Birds Early Birds Online Garner, NC Garner Discussion   English   Open Meeting
8:15 AM Hope of Fuquay Hope of Fuquay 6400 Johnson Pond Rd Fuquay-Varina 12 Steps & 12 Traditions   Big Book   English +   Open Meeting
8:30 AM Greenwood Forest Group Greenwood Forest Group 177 High House Road Cary Candlelight   Open Meeting   Step Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
8:30 AM On Awakening Group Alano Club 400 Crutchfield St Durham Closed Meeting   Discussion   English
8:30 AM Greenwood Forest Group - As Bill Sees It Greenwood Forest Group 1219 Buck Jones Rd Raleigh Discussion   English   Open Meeting
8:30 AM On Awakening Group Alano Club Online 400 Crutchfield St Durham Closed Meeting   Discussion   English
9:00 AM Snow Camp Snow Camp Fire Station 8416 Snow Camp Rd Snow Camp Big Book   Discussion   English +   Open Meeting
9:00 AM Into Action Group Into Action 3948 Browning Pl Room 347 Raleigh English   Literature   Open Meeting +   Step Meeting
9:00 AM Pickles in the Park Pickles in the Park 2100 N Harrison Ave Cary Closed Meeting   Discussion   English
9:00 AM Spiritual Meeting - 9am Spiritual Meeting - 9am 4015 Spring Forest Rd Raleigh Discussion   English   Open Meeting
9:00 AM Johnston County Group Wilsons Mills Road Johnston County Group Wilsons Mills Road 300 Wilsons Mills Road Smithfield Closed Meeting   Non-Smoking
9:00 AM Johnston County Group Scout Hut On Hamilton Dr 300 Wilsons Mills Rd Smithfield Closed Meeting   English
9:00 AM Came to Believe Meeting Came to Believe Meeting 4015 Spring Forest Road Raleigh Open Meeting   Step Meeting

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Apex, North Carolina AA Meetings

Historical downtown Apex, North Carolina, is home to preserved buildings that were once part of the trading and shipping of the late 1800s. Residents can find AA meetings Apex, NC, by looking at our online directory. Alcoholics Anonymous, the alcohol use disorder (AUD) recovery leader, provides group support meetings in convenient locations. Membership in AA is open to anyone with AUD who wants to stop drinking and is free of dues and fees. Anyone is invited to attend open meetings, but only those with AUD may attend closed meetings. The basis of the AA program is the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous. The 12 step program provides a framework for self-improvement and development. Regular meeting attendance facilities recovery, members who want to drink or who have relapsed are encouraged to attend; meetings offer strength and hope. During meetings, members share their recovery stories and learn how to meet the challenges of living fulfilling lives without alcohol. Because AA groups practice the principle of anonymity, meetings are a safe place to share for everyone; still, those who are not comfortable sharing may wait until they are ready to participate. AA North Carolina meetings warmly welcome all who attend and are willing to support all who come. Some folks realize their recovery is on a solid foundation when, besides meeting attendance, they also participate in a formal rehab program. Detoxification programs inpatient and outpatient programs are available nearby. For more information about treatment programs, call our 24/7 free helpline and speak with a specialist.

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