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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
6:30 PM Promises Group St Mary of the Hills 140 Chestnut Dr Blowing Rock English
6:45 AM The Early Birds Boone United Methodist Church 471 New Market Blvd Boone English
8:30 AM Morning Meditations Morning Meditations 213 E Maple St Johnson City Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
10:00 AM Keep It Simple Women's Resource Center 125 3rd St NE Hickory Big Book   Closed Meeting   English
10:00 AM Fellowship Group Morganton Fellowship Group Morganton 721 West Union Street Morganton Closed Meeting   Discussion
10:00 AM Keep It Simple Street Northeast Keep It Simple Street Northeast 125 3rd Street Northeast Hickory Big Book   Closed Meeting
12:00 PM High Noon Group St. Aloysius Catholic Church 921 2nd St NE Hickory Discussion   English   Open Meeting
12:00 PM One Day at a Time Boone United Methodist Church 471 New Market Blvd Boone English
12:00 PM Old Town Group AA Door 204 Forester Ave North Wilkesboro English
12:00 PM Brown Bag Bunch Queen St. Club 923 E Union St Morganton Closed Meeting   Discussion   English
12:00 PM Serenity Seekers - Marion Serenity Seekers 663-204 241 W Court St Marion Discussion   English   Open Meeting
12:00 PM Spruce Pine Saturday Morning Group Spruce Pine Saturday Morning Group 000379649 15 Hemlock Ave Spruce Pine Closed Meeting   Discussion   English
12:00 PM Central Johnson City Central Johnson City 213 East Maple Street Johnson City Closed Meeting   Grapevine   Wheelchair Access
12:00 PM Central Group - Johnson City Central Group - JC 213 E Maple St Johnson City Closed Meeting   English   Grapevine +   Wheelchair Access
12:30 PM Mid Week Movers RHA Behavioral Health 2415 Morganton Blvd SW Lenoir Discussion   English   Open Meeting
2:00 PM Women's Big Book Study Central Group - JC 213 E Maple St Johnson City Big Book   Closed Meeting   English +   Wheelchair Access   Women's Meeting
5:30 PM Beginning Basics Safe Harbor 112 2nd Ave SE Hickory Discussion   English   Newcomer +   Open Meeting   Step Meeting
5:30 PM Happy Hour Boone Happy Hour Boone 141 Health Center Drive Boone Discussion   Open Meeting
6:00 PM Live & Let Live Queen St. Club 923 E Union St Morganton Closed Meeting   English   Step Meeting
6:00 PM Central Group - Johnson City Central Group - JC 213 E Maple St Johnson City English   Open Meeting   Tradition Study +   Wheelchair Access

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Blowing Rock, North Carolina AA Meetings

Blowing Rock, North Carolina, is home to pristine and beautiful mountains. There are also AA meetings, Blowing Rock, NC, for visitors and residents to attend; those struggling with the effects of alcohol use disorder (AUD) may use our online directory to locate nearby groups. AUD is characterized by the inability to control or stop drinking and is a chronic disease. Alcoholics Anonymous has been the global leader in AUD recovery for more than 85 years, and members attribute success to regular meeting attendance. There are no meeting fees or membership dues in AA, and the only requirement is a desire to stop drinking. Since members are a diverse group, there is an array of meeting styles to accommodate different members. Some examples are open meetings where supportive family and friends may attend, closed meetings where only those with AUD attend, men’s and women’s only meetings, and more. Newcomers and old-timers are free to explore options. AA meetings rely on the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous as their primary text, but other resources may also be used. The Big Book of AA introduces and explains the 12 Steps of AA, the backbone of the program, and most meetings include time for members to share their recovery stories. With this essential support, it’s not surprising that AA meetings have terrific success. Some folks who begin recovery discover that they also need the help of a formal rehab program to get started on a solid foundation. Detox, inpatient, and outpatient treatment programs are available. You can call our helpline and speak to a specialist who can help you find treatment program information. Begin attending AA North Carolina meetings for a great start to your recovery.

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