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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
8:00 PM Fairmont Group First Baptist Church 401 S Main St Fairmont Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
7:00 AM Sandalwood Group Sandalwood Club 626 Sandalwood Dr Fayetteville Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
10:00 AM Staying Sober St. Paul's Presbyetrian Church 288 N Old Stage Rd Saint Pauls 12 Steps & 12 Traditions   English
12:00 PM Lunch Buffet / As Bill Sees It First United Methodist Church 101 W Church St Laurinburg Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
12:00 PM I- 95 Group I-95 Group 401 E 1st St Lumberton Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
12:00 PM Sandalwood Group Sandalwood Club 626 Sandalwood Dr Fayetteville Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
5:30 PM Sandalwood Group Sandalwood Club 626 Sandalwood Dr Fayetteville Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
6:30 PM Easy Does It Lumberton Easy Does It Lumberton 401 East 1st Street Lumberton Discussion   Open Meeting   Wheelchair Access
7:00 PM Marion - Open Discussion Marion Group 307 E Godbold St Marion Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
7:00 PM Walking the Same Path Behind Burnt Swamp Baptist Building 450 Prospect Rd Pembroke Big Book   Discussion   English +   Open Meeting   Temporary Closure   Wheelchair Access
7:00 PM Village Group St Patrick's Catholic Church 2844 Village Dr Fayetteville Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
7:30 PM Middle Cape Fear Group Open Door Ministries 2704 E Broad St Elizabethtown Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
8:00 PM Keep It Simple Hope Mills Keep It Simple Hope Mills Online 4955 Legion Road Hope Mills 12 Steps & 12 Traditions   Discussion   Open Meeting +   Step Meeting   Wheelchair Access
8:00 PM Sandalwood Group Sandalwood Club 626 Sandalwood Dr Fayetteville Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
8:00 PM New Tabor City St Paul United Methodist Church 410 E 5th St Tabor City English   Literature   Open Meeting +   Speaker
8:00 PM New Whiteville First Presbyterian Church 512 N Thompson St Whiteville Closed Meeting   Discussion   English +   Speaker

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Fairmont, North Carolina AA Meetings

Fairmont, a town located in Robeson county in North Carolina, is a small town with a suburban rural mix feel. Being a small town with little resources and not much to do, Alcohol abuse can become a prevalent problem in the community. With regard to this AA meetings in Fairmont are set up in an open meeting set ups, by which anyone can attend including Alcohol abusers, their loved ones and any one in the community that wants to motivate and help people with their journey to sobriety. It doesn’t require an invitation to come and join the meetings and as it is with all AA North Carolina groups and the world alike it doesn’t discriminate against anybody. Currently there are meetings on Tuesday and Thursday in First Baptist Church that people can attend to. Living a healthy and sober life away from alcohol can be a challenge at times and along with medical practices such as counseling and medically managed withdrawals, Alcoholic anonymous meetings create a support group to better manage and learn from the past experience of others. The continuing support provided by these meetings can help in managing relapses and adopting the necessary lifestyle changes. Focusing on one self’s recovery with the added support from the community will be beneficial to stay sober and change one’s habit.

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