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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
9:00 AM Conscious Contact Wesley Memorial Methodist Church 1225 Chestnut Dr High Point 11th Step Meditation   Discussion   English +   Open Meeting
10:00 AM The Spiritual Group The Club High Point 1301 W English Rd High Point English   Open Meeting   Speaker
6:30 AM Unity Group Winston Salem Unity Group Winston Salem 1253 Churton St SW Winston-Salem Discussion   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 Dawn Patrol Unity Club 918 Glenwood Ave Greensboro As Bill Sees It   English   Literature +   Open Meeting
8:00 AM AA Zoomaholic Discussion Meeting Early Bird Online Greensboro, NC Greensboro Discussion   English   Open Meeting
8:00 AM Central Central 1401 Trade Mart Blvd Winston-Salem Discussion   English   Open Meeting
8:00 AM Early Bird Greensboro Early Bird Online 810 Summit Avenue Greensboro Discussion   Open Meeting   Virtual
9:00 AM Courage to Change Salisbury Courage to Change Salisbury 314 Depot Street Salisbury Open Meeting   Step Meeting   Wheelchair Access
9:00 AM Snow Camp Snow Camp Fire Station 8416 Snow Camp Rd Snow Camp Big Book   Discussion   English +   Open Meeting
9:00 AM Fellowship Group Winston Salem Fellowship Group Online 4403 Country Club Rd Winston-Salem Discussion   Open Meeting   Virtual +   Wheelchair Access
9:00 AM Unity Group Winston Salem Unity Group Winston Salem 1253 Churton St SW Winston-Salem Candlelight   Open Meeting   Wheelchair Access
9:30 AM Back to Basics Group Graham Back to Basics Group Graham 100 North Maple Street Graham Discussion   Open Meeting
10:00 AM Randleman Group Randleman Housing Authority 606 S Main St Randleman English
10:00 AM Hospital Group Moses Cone Hospital Online 1121 N Church St Greensboro English   Literature   Open Meeting
10:00 AM Hybrid - Backstage Hybrid - Backstage Online Workplace West Classroom Bldg V, 1914 Sunnyside Ave Winston-Salem English   Open Meeting   Wheelchair Access
11:30 AM Online Only - The Rainbow Room Rainbow Room Online Winston-Salem, NC 27101 Winston-Salem 11th Step Meditation   English   Gay +   Lesbian   Literature   Meditation   Open Meeting   Step Meeting   Transgender
12:10 PM Lunch Bunch Lunch Bunch Online 918 Glenwood Ave Greensboro Discussion   English   Open Meeting
12:10 PM Greene Street Franciscan Center 231 N Greene St Greensboro Closed Meeting   English   Literature
1:00 PM Unity Group Winston Salem Unity Group Winston Salem 1253 Churton St SW Winston-Salem Closed Meeting   Discussion   Wheelchair Access

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High Point, North Carolina AA Meetings

North Carolina’s ninth-largest municipality is High Point, a city in the Piedmont Triad region that is primarily located in Guilford County, but also extends into neighboring Davidson, Randolph, and Forsyth counties. To get help for alcohol use disorder in this area, you can turn to nearby High Point AA meetings. AA North Carolina serves as a free source of peer-to-peer recovery support. The organization has helped countless people overcome active addiction and maintain their sobriety. However, it is rarely the only recovery resource people with alcohol addiction turn to, especially in early recovery. Professional treatment at addiction rehab centers is usually necessary to work through the many complex issues that are behind an addiction to alcohol or have been caused by that addiction. There may also be co-occurring disorders such as depression that must be treated simultaneously for full healing to be possible. Furthermore, anyone at risk of severe alcohol withdrawals should not quit drinking alone, but rather have medical supervision so that immediate treatment will be available if needed. After alcohol rehab, High Point AA meetings will become the backbone of your long-term recovery, providing ongoing support to your sobriety.

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