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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
9:00 AM Parlor Group St. Mark's Church 1230 St Marks Church Rd Burlington Discussion   English   Open Meeting
6:00 AM Chapel Hill – Carrboro/Common Peril Group BPW Online 175 Bpw Club Rd Carrboro Closed Meeting   Discussion   English
6:45 AM RTP Lunch Bunch Cedar Forks Baptist Church Online 5117 S Miami Blvd Durham Closed Meeting   Discussion   English
7:00 AM On Awakening Group Alano Club Online 400 Crutchfield St Durham Closed Meeting   Discussion   English
7:00 AM Chapel Hill - Carrboro Group BPW 175 Bpw Club Rd Carrboro Closed Meeting   Discussion   English
7:00 AM On Awakening Group Alano Club 400 Crutchfield St Durham Closed Meeting   Discussion   English
7:30 AM On Awakening The Club High Point 1301 W English Rd High Point Discussion   English   Open Meeting
8:00 AM Early Bird Greensboro Early Bird Online 810 Summit Avenue Greensboro Discussion   Open Meeting   Virtual
8:00 AM Kernersville Serenity Kernersville Serenity Online 208 Southern Street Kernersville Literature   Open Meeting   Virtual
8:00 AM Dawn Patrol Unity Club 918 Glenwood Ave Greensboro Discussion   English   Open Meeting
8:00 AM In-Person and Online - New Serenity Group New Serenity Group Online 208 Southern St Kernersville English   Literature   Open Meeting
8:00 AM AA Zoomaholic Discussion Meeting Early Bird Online Greensboro, NC Greensboro Discussion   English   Open Meeting
8:00 AM Down & Dirty Down & Dirty 501 S Mendenhall St Greensboro 12 Steps & 12 Traditions   Discussion   English +   Open Meeting
9:00 AM As Bill Sees It Group District 17 - South Piedmont 937 Main St Danville Closed Meeting   English
9:00 AM Came To Believe Group Came To Believe Group Online Graham, NC Graham Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Step Meeting
10:30 AM Daytime Lake Jeanette Road Greensboro Daytime Lake Jeanette Road Greensboro 4501 Lake Jeanette Road Greensboro Discussion   Open Meeting
10:30 AM Daytime Cathedral of His Glory 4501 Lake Jeanette Rd Greensboro English   Literature   Open Meeting
12:00 PM Lexington Sobriety Group Chapter Group HeartSpace Building, 320 Sunset Ave Asheboro Discussion   English   Open Meeting
12:00 PM Chapel Hill – Carrboro/Common Peril Group BPW Online 175 Bpw Club Rd Carrboro Closed Meeting   Discussion   English +   Temporary Closure
12:00 PM RTP Lunch Bunch Cedar Forks Baptist Church 5117 S Miami Blvd Durham Closed Meeting   English   Step Meeting +   Tradition Study

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Burlington, North Carolina AA Meetings

Burlington, North Carolina, like many cities across the state, has some residents who struggle with the adverse effects of alcohol use disorder (AUD), a medical condition characterized by an inability to control or stop drinking and the resulting chaos in relationships both professionally and personally. When looking for AA Burlington meetings, check our online directory to locate a meeting nearby. Alcoholics Anonymous has been the leader in helping people successfully recover from AUD since it began in 1935. AA membership has no dues, and meetings are free; the only requirement is a desire to stop drinking. Regular attendance in meetings enables the work of recovery. It is entirely normal to feel unsure about attending meetings after a relapse or for new members. If you feel uncertain about attending, you might look for a beginner’s meeting where you’ll learn to work AA’s 12-step program using the trusted Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous. All members are welcome to check out the variety of meetings offered to find the one that resonates with them. Other meetings that may be available are open meetings, open to family and friends who want to lend their support, closed meetings for those with AUD only, women-only and men-only meetings, and more. While attending AA North Carolina meetings is one of the important markers of successful healing, you may want to accelerate recovery by taking part in a formal rehab program. Use our toll-free helpline to contact a specialist today to learn more about programs accessible to you.

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