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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
8:00 AM Club 12 Boone Club 12 Boone 141 Health Center Drive Boone Closed Meeting   Step Meeting
8:30 AM Morning Meditations Morning Meditations 213 E Maple St Johnson City Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
10:00 AM Old Town 11th Step Meeting AA Door 204 Forester Ave North Wilkesboro English
10:00 AM Sunday Morning Group Flynn Home 721 W Union St Morganton Discussion   English   Open Meeting
10:00 AM 11th Step Meeting American Legion Hall 333 Wallingford St Blowing Rock English
11:00 AM Central Johnson City Central Johnson City 213 East Maple Street Johnson City Discussion   Open Meeting   Wheelchair Access
11:00 AM Central Group - Johnson City Central Group - JC 213 E Maple St Johnson City Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
12:30 PM Primary Purpose Johnson City REBOS Buliding 213 E Maple St Johnson City Closed Meeting   English   Men's Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
4:00 PM Big Book Study Central Group - JC 213 E Maple St Johnson City Big Book   Closed Meeting   English +   Wheelchair Access
5:30 PM Old Town Group AA Door 204 Forester Ave North Wilkesboro English
5:30 PM Happy Hour Boone Happy Hour Boone 141 Health Center Drive Boone Discussion   Open Meeting
6:00 PM Central Group - Johnson City Central Group - JC 213 E Maple St Johnson City Closed Meeting   Discussion   English +   Wheelchair Access
6:00 PM Design for Living Queen St. Club 923 E Union St Morganton Big Book   English   Open Meeting
6:00 PM Central Johnson City Central Johnson City 213 East Maple Street Johnson City Closed Meeting   Discussion   Wheelchair Access
6:30 PM New Beginnings Group 1st Baptist Church 8 E 2nd St West Jefferson English
7:00 PM Marion Group Marion AA Group (Sunday) 110-621 241 W Court St Marion Discussion   English   Open Meeting
7:00 PM Memorial Recovery Memorial Recovery 322 Vance Dr Bristol Discussion   English   Open Meeting
7:00 PM Come Alive St. James Episcopal Church 806 College Ave SW Lenoir Big Book   English   Open Meeting +   Speaker
8:00 PM Pine Grove Meeting Pine Grove Group 53 Pine Grove Rd Spruce Pine Discussion   English   Open Meeting
8:00 PM Living Sober Morganton Living Sober Morganton 923 East Union Street Morganton Discussion   Open Meeting

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Banner Elk, North Carolina AA Meetings

Known for its culinary expertise and beautiful location in the Blue Ridge Mountains, Banner Elk, North Carolina, offers country respite with big-city pleasures. Like many communities across the state, Banner Elk is also home to people who suffer from alcohol use disorder (AUD). Whether you are visiting or reside here, you can find AA meetings, Banner Elk, NC, by searching our online directory. Alcoholics Anonymous has been helping folks with AUD recover and live fulfilling lives without alcohol use for over 85 years. Using the 12 Steps of AA members work a program of self-reflection and growth as outlined in the Big Book of AA. In the judgment-free and safe place of AA meetings, members share their recovery stories, specifically, where they were, what happened, and where they are now. New and returning members may feel unsure about sharing, but they may listen until they are ready to participate. AA North Carolina groups offer fellowship and support to anyone who attends. Membership is free, and the only requirement is a desire to stop drinking. While meetings are helpful to those with AUD, some people with severe symptoms find they also need to participate in a traditional or medically supervised program to help them get started on a firm foundation. For more information about what kinds of treatments are available, please call our helpline to learn more.

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