Alcoholic Anonymous is a meeting providing companionship with men and women who share the suffering of guilt and hopelessness from drinking. The only common goal they aim towards is to successfully give up on alcoholism with the help of each other’s support. There are no requirements to end up in an AA meeting except the desire to give up drinking. The support groups at AA meetings share struggles and build hopes and create healing as they share similar emotional struggles. The meetings are an emotional space hub to unpack feelings and join the battle against alcoholism.
AA meetings held in Raleigh provide immense support with no dues or fees. Irrespective of age, gender and belief, approximately 181 meetings are held every week in Raleigh. Some of the best meetings are held and scheduled by Tri-County intergroup. Select your area to find the schedule of AA meetings here.