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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
10:00 AM Keep It Simple Women's Resource Center 125 3rd St NE Hickory Big Book   Closed Meeting   English
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
6:00 AM Upon Awakening The Hut Online 302 Brook St Belmont Discussion   English   Open Meeting
6:00 AM Conscious Contact Belmont Conscious Contact Belmont Online 302 Brook Street Belmont Discussion   Open Meeting
6:45 AM Big Book Thumpers Williamson's Chapel UMC 575 Brawley School Rd Mooresville English
6:45 AM The Early Birds Boone United Methodist Church 471 New Market Blvd Boone English
7:00 AM Serious at 7ish Stairway to Serenity Club 805 W Airline Ave Gastonia Closed Meeting   Discussion   English
7:00 AM The Breakfast Club Gaston 12 Step Service Club 601 E 3rd Ave Gastonia Discussion   English   Open Meeting
7:15 AM FIRST THINGS FIRST Davidson College Presbyterian Church Jetton Hall (Basement) Online 102 N Main St Davidson Discussion   English   Open Meeting
7:15 AM First Things First Davidson First Things First Davidson Online 218 Concord Road Davidson Discussion   Open Meeting
8:00 AM Happy Crazies Serenity Club 5110 E Dixon Blvd STE 1 Kings Mountain Big Book   English   Open Meeting +   Secular
10:00 AM Heart to Heart The Hut 302 Brook St Belmont 11th Step Meditation   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
10:00 AM Fellowship Group Morganton Fellowship Group Morganton 721 West Union Street Morganton Closed Meeting   Discussion
11:30 AM Weekdays Live Intergroup House 432 W Bell St Statesville Discussion   English   Open Meeting
12:00 PM Stumptown Group Stumptown Group Online Huntersville, NC 28078 Huntersville Discussion   English   Literature +   Open Meeting
12:00 PM Outreach at Heritage House Heritage House 494 E Plaza Dr Mooresville Discussion   English   Open Meeting
12:00 PM The Serenity Club The Serenity Club 109 Bethlehem Road Kings Mountain Big Book   Open Meeting
12:00 PM One Day at a Time Boone United Methodist Church 471 New Market Blvd Boone English
12:00 PM Outreach with Zoom Meeting Location Online Mooresville, NC 28115 Mooresville Discussion   English   Open Meeting

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Hickory, North Carolina AA Meetings

First incorporated in 1870 as Hickory Tavern, the city of Hickory, North Carolina is primarily located in Catawba County, but its boundaries extend into the counties of Burke and Caldwell. Residents who need help with alcohol addiction need to know that AA North Carolina is a valuable and free resource that is available close to home, thanks to AA meetings Hickory NC. These peer support group meetings allow you to meet others with alcohol use disorder, who are at all stages of recovery. Some will be newly sober and still visibly struggling, while others may have been sober for so long, their sobriety has begun to feel more natural to them than drinking. Witnessing how people can be not merely content in their sobriety, but happy, is extremely motivating, and can keep you progressing in recovery, even when your life seems determined to derail your progress. In vulnerable times, you can attend as many AA meetings Hickory NC as you want to. For example, you will likely want to attend meetings daily after you complete an addiction rehab program to safeguard your long-term sobriety. Then you can scale back attendance when you feel stronger.

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