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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
6:30 AM Unity Group Winston Salem Unity Group Winston Salem 1253 Churton St SW Winston-Salem Candlelight   Open Meeting   Wheelchair Access
6:30 AM Humble Beginnings Lexx Club 235 E Center St Lexington English
7:30 AM On Awakening The Club High Point 1301 W English Rd High Point Discussion   English   Open Meeting
8:00 AM Down & Dirty Down & Dirty 501 S Mendenhall St Greensboro 12 Steps & 12 Traditions   Discussion   English +   Open Meeting
8:00 AM In-Person and Online - New Serenity Group Behind Holy Cross Catholic Church in the de Sales House Online 208 Southern St Kernersville English   Literature   Open Meeting
8:00 AM AA Zoomaholic Discussion Meeting Early Bird Online Greensboro, NC Greensboro Discussion   English   Open Meeting
8:00 AM Dawn Patrol Unity Club 918 Glenwood Ave Greensboro Big Book   English   Literature +   Open Meeting
8:00 AM Kernersville Serenity Kernersville Serenity Online 208 Southern Street Kernersville Discussion   Open Meeting   Virtual
8:00 AM Early Bird Greensboro Early Bird Online 810 Summit Avenue Greensboro Discussion   Open Meeting   Virtual
10:30 AM Daytime Womens Daytime Womens 4501 Lake Jeanette Road Greensboro Discussion   Open Meeting   Women's Meeting
10:30 AM Online & In-Person - 10:30 Group Southfork Church of Christ Online 205 Keating Dr Winston-Salem Closed Meeting   English   Literature +   Wheelchair Access
10:30 AM Women Into Action Cornerstone Baptist Church 5736 Inman Rd Greensboro Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access   Women's Meeting
10:30 AM Unity Group Winston Salem Unity Group Winston Salem 1253 Churton St SW Winston-Salem Closed Meeting   Literature   Wheelchair Access
10:30 AM Daytime Cathedral of His Glory 4501 Lake Jeanette Rd Greensboro Discussion   English   Open Meeting
12:00 PM Back to Basics High Point Back to Basics High Point 1301 West English Road High Point Open Meeting   Step Meeting
12:00 PM Eden Noon Meeting Spray United Methodist Church 803 Morgan Rd Eden Discussion   English   Open Meeting
12:00 PM Tri-County Group Elkin Valley Baptist Church 118 N Elkin Dr Elkin Closed Meeting   Discussion   English
12:00 PM New Serenity Group New Kernersville Serenity 208 Southern St Kernersville Discussion   English   Open Meeting
12:00 PM Eden Meeting Spray United Methodist Church 803 Morgan Rd Eden Discussion   English
12:00 PM Kernersville Serenity Kernersville Serenity Online 208 Southern Street Kernersville Discussion   Open Meeting   Virtual

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King, North Carolina AA Meetings

Fifteen miles northwest of Winston-Salem, the small city of King, North Carolina is in Stokes County, with its city limits crossing over into Forsyth County to the south. If you or a person you care about in this area needs help with an alcohol addiction, know that there are AA meetings in King that welcome visitors with a non-judgmental, understanding atmosphere. The acceptance you’ll find at any AA North Carolina meeting is due to the fact that these are peer support groups run by and filled with people at varying stages of recovery. This means that they all understand being addicted to alcohol, and how it can change your behavior so that you hardly recognize yourself. Attending AA meetings in King will connect you to a local recovery community that will share how they have suffered through low lows only to fight their way to sobriety and a better life. You can find motivation in their example, and healing through the process of honestly examining yourself and sharing your own stories to a compassionate audience. After you finish a rehab program to heal the most complicated addiction issues, AA North Carolina is an excellent partner for long-term sobriety.

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