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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
8:00 AM The Sunrise Group Jacksonville Christian Church 2429 Commerce Rd Jacksonville Daily Reflections   English   Open Meeting
8:00 PM Keep It Basic Group (KIB) Dix Crisis Intervention Center Middle Room 215 Memorial Dr Jacksonville Discussion   English   Open Meeting
8:30 AM CRAVEN COUNTY GROUP Green Building 306 Avenue D New Bern Closed Meeting   Discussion   English +   Men's Meeting
9:00 AM Friends of Bill (morning) Sneads Ferry Rescue Squad Building 114 Park Ln Sneads Ferry English   Living Sober
9:00 AM Sons of Serenity Group Western Park Community Center 275 Old NC-58 Cedar Point Discussion   English   Men's Meeting +   Open Meeting
10:00 AM STEP DOERS GROUP First Presbyterian Church (corner building) 418 New St New Bern As Bill Sees It   Closed Meeting   English +   Literature
10:00 AM Saturday Women's Meeting Pass It On Building 2003 Bay St Morehead City Closed Meeting   Discussion   English +   Women's Meeting
10:00 AM SISTERS IN SOBRIETY GROUP Trinity Methodist Church 2311 Elizabeth Ave New Bern English   Open Meeting   Step Meeting +   Women's Meeting
11:00 AM Richlands Group (morning) Chamber of Commerce Building 127 Ervintown Rd Richlands Big Book   English   Open Meeting
11:00 AM Daughters of Serenity Swansboro United Methodist Church Downstairs 665 W Corbett Ave Swansboro Discussion   English   Open Meeting
12:00 PM CRAVEN COUNTY GROUP Green Building 306 Avenue D New Bern Discussion   English   Open Meeting
6:00 PM Beginner's Meeting Pass It On Building 2003 Bay St Morehead City Discussion   English   Open Meeting
7:00 PM Trenton Meeting (New-Needs Support) Witness 4 Christ Missions House 740 North Carolina Hwy 58 Trenton Discussion   English   Open Meeting
7:00 PM Easy Does it Swansboro United Methodist Church Downstairs 665 W Corbett Ave Swansboro Discussion   English   Open Meeting
7:00 PM Island Group Emerald Isle Police Station 7500 Emerald Dr Emerald Isle Discussion   English   Open Meeting
7:00 PM Havelock Group St. Christopher Episcopal Church 1100 E Main St Havelock Closed Meeting   English
8:00 PM CRAVEN COUNTY GROUP Green Building 306 Avenue D New Bern Discussion   English   Newcomer +   Open Meeting   Speaker

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Jacksonville, North Carolina AA Meetings

Home to the Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune, Jacksonville, North Carolina, is also known as the county’s commercial hub. Jacksonville residents are not immune to the impact of alcohol use disorder (AUD). The traits of this chronic disease include uncontrolled drinking, the inability to stop drinking when desired, an obsession with drinking, and the painful effects in relationships it causes. To begin or continue your recovery from AUD, start by finding AA meetings in Jacksonville in our online directory Alcoholics Anonymous has been the peer support leader of recovery for almost a century. Wherever you attend, AA groups are like-minded folks who offer support and fellowship in various gatherings. Many groups review the 12 Steps of AA to assist each member in steadily working toward self-improvement. Membership’s only requirement is a desire to stop drinking; all meetings are free. There is a range of unique meetings offered, from open meetings anyone may attend to closed meetings for those with AUD only, LGBT meetings, and more. A typical meeting agenda includes time for members to share their recovery stories, and all members are invited to share when they feel secure doing so. AA North Carolina meetings welcome newcomers, old-timers, and everyone in between. Relapse is often part of the recovery experience, so if you’ve had a relapse, you are encouraged to attend a meeting as soon as possible. Those who successfully live in recovery often attribute their recovery to AA group participation but recognize that many also need formal rehab as part of their journey. Rehab may include a detox program and inpatient or outpatient treatment programs. Make a confidential call to our helpline today and ask a specialist what treatment programs are available to you.

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