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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
6:00 AM Chapel Hill – Carrboro/Common Peril Group BPW Online 175 Bpw Club Rd Carrboro Closed Meeting   Discussion   English +   Speaker
6:15 AM The Eye Opener The Eye Opener 1210 Dixie Trail Raleigh English
6:30 AM Morning Meditation Group Morning Meditation Group Online Raleigh, NC Raleigh 11th Step Meditation   As Bill Sees It   Closed Meeting +   Daily Reflections   Discussion   English   Meditation
6:30 AM Morning Meditation Group Cary Morning Meditation Group Cary Online 177 High House Road Cary Meditation   Open Meeting   Step Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
6:30 AM Morning Meditation Group Morning Meditation Group 1219 Buck Jones Rd Raleigh 11th Step Meditation   As Bill Sees It   Daily Reflections +   Discussion   English   Meditation   Open Meeting
6:45 AM RTP Lunch Bunch Cedar Forks Baptist Church Online 5117 S Miami Blvd 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 Central Carolina Group Central Carolina Group 319 N Moore St Sanford Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
7:00 AM Daily Reprieve Morning Meditation Daily Reprieve Morning Meditation Online Raleigh, NC Raleigh English   Meditation   Open Meeting
8:00 AM Early Birds Early Birds Online Garner, NC Garner Discussion   English   Open Meeting
8:00 AM Keep It Simple Meeting Raleigh Keep It Simple Meeting Raleigh 4015 Spring Forest Road Raleigh Open Meeting
8:00 AM Saturday Morning Men Peace Covenant Church 601 NC-54 Durham Big Book   English
8:00 AM Men's Back to Basics Group Dunn AA Club 1201 N Wilson Ave Dunn Closed Meeting   Discussion   English +   Men's Meeting
8:00 AM One Chapter at a Time - Hybrid Once Chapter at a Time Online 820 E Williams St Apex Big Book   English   Open Meeting
8:00 AM G2 G2 6767 Hillsborough Street Raleigh Open Meeting
8:00 AM Living Now Group Living Now Group 1219 Buck Jones Rd Raleigh English
8:00 AM G2 - 8am G2 6767 Hillsborough St Raleigh 12 Steps & 12 Traditions   English   Open Meeting
8:00 AM Living Now Cary Living Now Cary 177 High House Road Cary Closed Meeting   Wheelchair Access
8:00 AM Primary Purpose Group Stellar Peer Recovery Center Online 896 Gulley Dr Clayton 12 Steps & 12 Traditions   Big Book   English +   Open Meeting
8:30 AM North Raleigh Group - Big Book Study North Raleigh Group – Living Sober Beginner Meeting 10301 Old Creedmoor Rd Raleigh Closed Meeting   English   Living Sober +   Newcomer

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Holly Springs, North Carolina AA Meetings

Although constructed around a freshwater springs in the early 1800s, the town of Holly Springs, North Carolina did not officially become a town until 1877. Any locals seeking guidance from AA North Carolina for their addiction to alcohol can turn to nearby AA meetings in Holly Springs. AA may not have all of the answers to recovery, but it is a wonderful free source of peer support that can make all the difference between relapse and long-lasting sobriety. To heal the complicated root causes of addiction, as well as the issues that can result from chronic drinking, professional addiction treatment will be needed. This can be obtained at a rehab center. You will want a medical center if your physical dependency is severe, as this will necessitate a professional detox. If your dependency is mild, you may be able to quit drinking alone, but you may still want the 24/7 supervision provided by an inpatient or residential program. The next progressive step would be an outpatient program, or, if your home environment is unsafe, or if you don’t feel ready, you could find a sober living facility. Either way, AA meetings in Holly Springs can provide a recovery community that will help you adjust to living sober in the outside world.

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