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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
6:36 AM ATTITUDE ADJUSTMENT GROUP First Christian Church 2810 E 14th St Greenville Closed Meeting   Discussion   English
12:00 PM High Noon Group Greenville High Noon Group Greenville 1400 South Elm Street Greenville Discussion   Open Meeting
7:00 PM Rich Square Group Rich Square Group 108 E Jackson St Rich Square Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
7:00 PM BEAUFORT COUNTY GROUP St. Peter's Episcopal Church 101 N Bonner St Washington Discussion   English   Open Meeting
7:00 PM S.T.E.P. GROUP S.T.E.P. GROUP 2820 E 14th St Greenville Closed Meeting   English   Step Meeting
8:00 PM PITT COUNTY GROUP (THE HUT) The Hut 2339 Dickinson Ave Greenville Discussion   English   Newcomer +   Open Meeting
8:00 PM WINTERVILLE GROUP WINTERVILLE GROUP 257 Cooper St Winterville English   Open Meeting
8:00 PM Edenton-Chowan Group Edenton United Methodist Church 225 Virginia Rd Edenton English

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Williamston, North Carolina AA Meetings

Williamston is the county seat town of Martin County, Ohio. There is a high occurrence of alcohol addictions among residents of this town, and a lot of people have been severely affected. Alcohol addiction doesn’t operate in isolation, and it is not uncommon to find affected persons also battling mental and emotional health challenges. Alcoholics Anonymous is a globally recognized organization that has helped millions of people become sober from alcohol and go on to healthier and more productive lives. AA North Carolina has AA meetings in Williamston set up to provide localized and residents-focused strategies to help them win over these issues. These meetings follow the 12 step approach to addictions as guidelines for participants, and organize special meetings, candlelight meetings, as part of recovery programs. Therapy is a very fundamental procedure for addiction recovery. This is because addictions inflict emotional injuries on affected persons, and triggers very traumatic experiences. Therapy sessions allow participants open up about these traumatic experiences and heal from them. Treatments are also provided, from alcohol detoxification up to medical care and prescriptions. These programs and treatments are free of charge, and AA North Carolina is committed to participants’ long-term stability. Contact our specialists for more information.

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