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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
12:00 PM Harmony Group Anson Building 2177 Country Club Rd Wadesboro Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
12:00 PM Siler City Fellowship Group First Baptist Church 314 N 2nd Ave Siler City Discussion   English   Open Meeting
12:00 PM Overcomers Group AA Hut 106 Rock Creek Dr Albemarle Discussion   English   Open Meeting
12:00 PM Central Carolina Big Book Group Central Carolina Group 319 N Moore St Sanford Big Book   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
6:00 PM Central Carolina Group Central Carolina Group 319 N Moore St Sanford Big Book   English   Wheelchair Access
6:00 PM PHYSICAL - Aberdeen Group Wilder Building 504 Wilder Ave Aberdeen Big Book   English   Open Meeting
7:00 PM Serenity Now First United Methodist Church 1101 W Raleigh St Siler City Discussion   English   Open Meeting
7:00 PM PHYSICAL - Carthage Common Cause Group Carthage United Methodist Church 401 McReynolds St Carthage Discussion   English   Open Meeting
7:00 PM Old Time Structure Group Old Time Structure Group 136 Samaritan Dr Rockingham Closed Meeting   Discussion   English +   Wheelchair Access
7:00 PM PHYSICAL - Carthage Common Cause Group Carthage United Methodist Church 401 McReynolds St Carthage Discussion   English   Open Meeting
7:00 PM ONLINE/CALL-IN-ONLY - Carthage Common Cause Group Online - North Carolina Online Southern Pines, NC Southern Pines Discussion   English   Open Meeting
7:00 PM Randleman Group Randleman Housing Authority 606 S Main St Randleman Discussion   English   Open Meeting
7:00 PM Archdale Trinity Group Trinity Memorial United Methodist Church 7140 NC-62 Trinity English   Open Meeting
7:30 PM Vass Group Vass Town Hall 140 S Alma St Vass Closed Meeting   Discussion   English +   Wheelchair Access
7:30 PM Vass Group Vass Town Hall 140 N Alma St Vass Closed Meeting   Discussion   English +   Wheelchair Access
8:00 PM Thomasville Group Thomasville Group 1 East Main Street Thomasville Discussion   Open Meeting
8:00 PM ALBERMARLE GROUP 309 South Broome Street 309 S Broome St Albemarle Closed Meeting   Discussion   English +   Smoking Permitted
8:00 PM East Rockingham Group East Rockingham Group 202 N Lawrence St Rockingham Discussion   English   Open Meeting
8:00 PM Westside Group Douglass Community Center 1185 W Pennsylvania Ave Southern Pines Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
8:00 PM PHYSICAL - Aberdeen Group Wilder Building 504 Wilder Ave Aberdeen Discussion   English   Open Meeting

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Biscoe, North Carolina AA Meetings

Biscoe, North Carolina, is a small town known for its skill in ironworks. To find AA meetings in Biscoe, use our online directory. Globally and locally, people turn to AA when they suffer from alcohol use disorder (AUD) symptoms. AUD is a medical disorder characterized by uncontrolled drinking and the resulting turmoil in relationships. Alcoholics Anonymous has been the leader in helping people with AUD recover sobriety and live successfully without alcohol since 1935. AA groups rely on the book written by founders Bill W. and Dr. Bob in 1939, which outlines the 12-step program of recovery. Various AA meetings are available, including meetings for beginners, men’s only or women’s only meetings, open meetings available to family and friends, closed meetings for those with AUD only, and more. All AA groups are free to attend, and the only membership requirement is a desire to stop drinking. The format of meetings may vary from one to another, but meetings set aside time for open sharing. Members share their recovery stories, including where they were, what happened, and where they are now. All members are encouraged to share when they are ready to do so. This peer community offers strength and inspiration to those who attend. AUD recovery is often compared to a long and sometimes difficult journey; the essential beginning for some people includes a formal rehab program. Inpatient and outpatient programs are available to support you. Call our helpline to talk with a specialist who can help you find treatment program information. No matter what your first steps look like as your journey begins, you can confidently attend AA meetings, North Carolina, where you’ll be met with a community that will welcome and support you along the way.

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