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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
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
6:30 AM Morning Meditation Group Cary Morning Meditation Group Cary Online 177 High House Road Cary Meditation   Open Meeting   Step Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
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
8:30 AM Greenwood Forest Group Greenwood Forest Group 177 High House Road Cary Candlelight   Open Meeting   Step Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
8:30 AM On Awakening Group Alano Club 400 Crutchfield St Durham Closed Meeting   Discussion   English
8:30 AM Greenwood Forest Group - As Bill Sees It Greenwood Forest Group 1219 Buck Jones Rd Raleigh Discussion   English   Open Meeting
8:30 AM On Awakening Group Alano Club Online 400 Crutchfield St Durham Closed Meeting   Discussion   English
9:00 AM Old Jail Group Alano Club 211 Broad St Oxford Closed Meeting   Discussion   English
9:00 AM Snow Camp Snow Camp Fire Station 8416 Snow Camp Rd Snow Camp Big Book   Discussion   English +   Open Meeting
9:00 AM As Bill Sees It Group District 17 - South Piedmont 937 Main St Danville Closed Meeting   Discussion   English
9:00 AM Into Action Group Into Action 3948 Browning Pl Room 347 Raleigh English   Literature   Open Meeting +   Step Meeting
9:00 AM Pickles in the Park Pickles in the Park 2100 N Harrison Ave Cary Closed Meeting   Discussion   English
9:00 AM Spiritual Meeting - 9am Spiritual Meeting - 9am 4015 Spring Forest Rd Raleigh Discussion   English   Open Meeting
9:30 AM Back to Basics Group Graham Back to Basics Group Graham 100 North Maple Street Graham Discussion   Open Meeting
9:45 AM Cup of Joe Cup of Joe 932 S Cross St Youngsville Closed Meeting   English   Men's Meeting
10:00 AM Crutchfield Group - Hybrid Alano Club Online 400 Crutchfield St Durham English   Open Meeting   Speaker +   Wheelchair Access
10:00 AM Greenwood Forest - Beginner's Meeting Greenwood Forest Group 1219 Buck Jones Rd Raleigh Closed Meeting   Discussion   English +   Men's Meeting
10:00 AM Chapel Hill - Carrboro Group BPW 175 Bpw Club Rd Carrboro Closed Meeting   Discussion   English

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Hurdle Mills, North Carolina AA Meetings

Originally founded in 1846 as Daniel’s Mill, named after the original postmaster William Daniel, Hurdle Mills, North Carolina is an unincorporated community in northern Orange County and southern Person County. Today, locals can easily attend AA North Carolina meetings, as there are AA meetings in Hurdle Mills close to home. AA offers free peer support therapy and a way to get to know the local recovery community. Attending is a great way to start visualizing your goals and absorbing advice for keeping sober if you are early on in recovery, and a great way to maintain progress and sobriety if you’ve already finished a treatment program and need support to stay on track. The honest and accepting atmosphere within AA North Carolina is conducive to a healthy recovery, as it will not allow you to slip into denial and pretend that any self-destructive thoughts or behaviors are safe. Your peers at AA meetings in Hurdle Mills can help you learn to recognize the warning signs of relapse in yourself, and they will point out any signs that you can’t see. You’ll also find that you get just as much healing from helping others as you do from them helping you.

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