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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
6:30 AM Unity Group Winston Salem Unity Group Winston Salem 1253 Churton St SW Winston-Salem Candlelight   Open Meeting   Wheelchair Access
8:00 AM Down & Dirty Down & Dirty 501 S Mendenhall St Greensboro 12 Steps & 12 Traditions   Discussion   English +   Open Meeting
8:00 AM Serendipity Group Deep River Friends Meeting House Online 5300 W Wendover Ave High Point Big Book   English   Open Meeting
8:00 AM Serendipity High Point Serendipity Online 5300 West Wendover Avenue High Point Big Book   Open Meeting   Virtual
8:00 AM Dawn Patrol Unity Club 918 Glenwood Ave Greensboro Discussion   English   Open Meeting
8:00 AM Early Bird Greensboro Early Bird Online 810 Summit Avenue Greensboro Discussion   Open Meeting   Virtual
8:00 AM AA Zoomaholic Discussion Meeting Early Bird Online Greensboro, NC Greensboro Discussion   English   Open Meeting
9:00 AM Early Bird Early Bird 1210 Bolton St Winston-Salem Closed Meeting   Discussion   English
9:00 AM 12 Changes Group Brick Building 370 W Meadow Rd Eden Discussion   English   Open Meeting
9:00 AM Kernersville Serenity Kernersville Serenity Online 208 Southern Street Kernersville Discussion   Men's Meeting   Open Meeting +   Virtual
9:00 AM New Serenity Group New Serenity Group 208 Southern St Kernersville Discussion   English   Men's Meeting +   Open Meeting
9:00 AM Primary Purpose Group High Point Primary Purpose Group High Point 1301 West English Road High Point Discussion   Open Meeting
9:00 AM Primary Purpose Group Graham Primary Purpose Group 100 North Maple Street Graham Discussion   Open Meeting
9:00 AM As Bill Sees It Group District 17 - South Piedmont 937 Main St Danville Closed Meeting   Discussion   English
9:30 AM Men's Touchstone Meeting Westminster Presbyterian Church Online 3906 W Friendly Ave Greensboro Closed Meeting   Discussion   English +   Men's Meeting
9:30 AM Its In The Book Womens Meeting Its In The Book Womens Meeting Online 3506 Lawndale Drive Greensboro 12 Steps & 12 Traditions   Discussion   Open Meeting +   Virtual   Women's Meeting
9:30 AM Saturday Morning Men's Meeting Summit Fellowship Club 810 Summit Ave Greensboro English   Men's Meeting
10:00 AM Sisters in Sobriety Sisters in Sobriety 600 Cornelius St Hillsborough Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Women's Meeting
10:00 AM Rule 62 Group Rule 62 Group 1031 Townbranch Rd Graham As Bill Sees It   Discussion   English +   Open Meeting
10:00 AM Chapter Group Asheboro Housing Authority 338 W Wainman Ave Asheboro English   Literature   Open Meeting

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Browns Summit, North Carolina AA Meetings

Browns Summit, North Carolina, is a hidden gem featuring a beautiful outdoor setting, including Hw River State Park. If you are looking for AA meetings in Brown Summit, use our online directory to find meetings nearby. Alcoholics Anonymous has been helping folks recover from alcohol use disorder (AUD) since 1935. AUD is a chronic medical condition that requires intervention for a full recovery. AA has relied on the trusted Big Book of AA and other texts to teach the fundamentals of working its 12-step program, a spiritual but not religious program of self-examination. People with AUD are diverse, and AA has meetings that fit different demographics. There are women’s only and men’s only meetings, open meetings for those who would like their family and friends’ support, closed meetings for those with AUD only, LGBT meetings, and more. Meetings include sharing time where members take turns sharing their challenges, victories, and experiences in recovery. This sharing and regular attendance enable recovery, but no one is obligated to share; all members are welcome to participate but can listen until they are ready to join in. Recovery from AUD is often compared to a journey, and you may want to take part in traditional rehab as part of your journey. Options for rehab include detox centers, inpatient and outpatient programs. Call our 24/7 helpline, and a specialist will help you find treatment information. Wherever you choose to begin recovery, know that AA North Carolina meetings will warmly welcome you as part of their community.

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