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7:30 PM Hatteras Island Group - Step Study Meeting Hatteras Island Group 40336 McMullen Rd Avon Discussion   English   Literature +   Open Meeting   Step Meeting

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Buxton, North Carolina AA Meetings

The small town of Buxton, North Carolina, is home to the famous Cape Hatteras Lighthouse. Across the state, and even in Buxton, folks struggle with the effects of alcohol use disorder (AUD), characterized by drinking that causes distress and damage in relationships. Tourists and residents alike may search for AA meetings in Buxton to find available groups nearby. Alcoholics Anonymous has been helping people achieve recovery by offering various group-support meetings for almost a century. People with AUD come from all walks of life, and there is an array of unique meetings provided to meet specific needs. Meetings include women-only, men-only, beginners’, LGBT, and more. AA meetings have dedicated time for members to share what’s working for them, what challenges them, and the experiences that inspire and help others. All may share whenever they are ready to do so. Membership in AA has only one requirement, the desire to stop drinking and meetings are free to attend. Attending AA North Carolina meetings supports the recovery process, so even if you relapse, keep coming back. In addition to AA meetings, some people find the recovery process more efficient when they receive professional treatment such as detox, inpatient care, or outpatient treatment. If you would like help finding a treatment program, please call our helpline and request more information.

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