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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
7:00 AM Daily Decisions Daily Decisions Group 643-869 60 Church St Asheville Big Book   Discussion   English +   Open Meeting
7:00 AM Rec Park Outside Group Rec Park Outside Group 439 Azalea Rd E Asheville Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Outdoor Meeting
7:00 AM On Awakening On Awakening Group - 000391926 Online Asheville, NC 28801 Asheville Big Book   English   Open Meeting
7:30 AM Recovery by the River Group Recovery by the River Group 674-892 Online Asheville, NC Asheville English   Meditation   Open Meeting
8:30 AM Primary Purpose Primary Purpose Group 173-075 897 Brevard Rd Asheville Discussion   English   Open Meeting
8:30 AM Primary Purpose Group Asheville Primary Purpose Group Asheville Online 1 School Road Asheville Discussion   Open Meeting
9:00 AM Morning Cup Morning Cup Online Asheville, NC Asheville Big Book   Discussion   English +   Open Meeting
12:00 PM Good Livers Group Merrimon Avenue Good Livers Group Online 871 Merrimon Avenue Asheville Closed Meeting   Discussion
12:00 PM OTL Bunch The Out To Lunch Bunch Group 000408968 20 Oak St Asheville Discussion   English   Open Meeting
12:00 PM Noontime Big Book Study Noontime Big Book Study 219 Chunns Cove Rd Asheville Big Book   Closed Meeting   English +   Temporary Closure
7:30 AM Early Birds Hendersonville Early Birds Hendersonville Online 1895 Greenville Highway Hendersonville Discussion   Open Meeting
7:30 AM Early Birds Online Early Birds Group 834 2493 8790 Online Flat Rock, NC Flat Rock Discussion   English   Open Meeting
9:00 AM Sober Sisters Online Sober Sisters (Flat Rock) 725-094 Online Flat Rock, NC Flat Rock Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Women's Meeting
10:30 AM Women of Grace Waynesville Grace Group 156 Academy St Waynesville Closed Meeting   English   Literature +   Wheelchair Access   Wheelchair-Accessible Bathroom   Women's Meeting
12:00 PM It's In the Book Burnsville First Baptist Church 11 Town Square Burnsville Big Book   Closed Meeting   Discussion +   English
12:00 PM Happy Joyous and Free Happy Joyous and Free Online Columbus, NC 28722 Columbus Discussion   English   Open Meeting
12:00 PM Speed Bump Group Speed Bump Group 512-851 1020 Asheville Hwy Brevard English   Newcomer   Open Meeting +   Step Meeting
12:00 PM Brevard AA Noon Brevard AA Noon Online Group Online Brevard, NC Brevard As Bill Sees It   English   Open Meeting
12:00 PM Midday Group Midday Group 143-420/000110035 204 6th Ave W Hendersonville Discussion   English   Open Meeting
12:00 PM Happy Joyous and Free North Peak Street Happy Joyous and Free North Peak Street Online 76 North Peak Street Columbus Discussion   Open Meeting

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Asheville, North Carolina AA Meetings

Neatly snuggled in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Asheville, North Carolina, is known for its lively art scene and the Biltmore Estate. Regrettably, though, some residents of Asheville also suffer from the adverse effects of alcohol use disorder (AUD), a chronic medical ailment defined by its common symptoms, which include the inability to control one’s drinking and the break-down of professional and personal relationships due to drinking. If you are looking for AA Asheville meetings take a minute to look through our online directory and find one to begin attending. Newcomers and old-timers alike may feel unsure about attending a new AA meeting, so here are some things to keep in mind: Membership is free, and there are no dues to attend, the members practice anonymity which makes the environment safe spaces for all, and the only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. Time in most meetings is devoted to members sharing their recovery experiences. There are many reasons to share, mainly that it builds fellowship and creates support for all in attendance. Sharing is not compulsory, so feel free to listen until you are ready to share. Keep in mind that AA North Carolina meetings warmly welcome new members. It may be critical for those with severe AUD symptoms to participate in a traditional detox or treatment program while attending AA meetings. To learn more about what kinds of treatments are available, please call our helpline and ask a specialist for more information.

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