AA Meetings in Chapel Hill, North Carolina

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  • Basic Text Alcoholics Anonymous

    NORTH CHAPEL HILL BAPTIST CHURCH
    7707 HIGHWAY, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 27516

    Tuesday
    14:00:00
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  • Buddhism and Recovery Meeting Alcoholics Anonymous

    Back Solutions Chiropractic Center
    141 Chatham Downs Drive, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 27517

    Wednesday
    19:00:00
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  • Chapel Hill/Carrboro Alcoholics Anonymous

    BPW Club
    175 BPW Club Rd, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 27514

    Friday
    20:00:00
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  • Downtown Group Alcoholics Anonymous

    Orange United Methodist Church (in log cabin next to church)
    1220 Airport Rd, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 27514

    Friday
    20:00:00
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  • Tar Heel Alcoholics Anonymous

    BINCKLEY BAPTIST CHURCH
    1712 WILLOW DR, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 27514

    Wednesday
    14:00:00
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  • Tar Heel Alcoholics Anonymous

    BINCKLEY BAPTIST CHURCH
    1712 WILLOW DR, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 27514

    Saturday
    14:00:00
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  • Triangle Alcoholics Anonymous

    UNIVERSITY BAPTIST CHURCH
    100 S COLUMBIA ST, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 27514

    Monday
    14:00:00
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  • Triangle Alcoholics Anonymous

    University Baptist Church
    100 S. Columbia St, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 27514

    Monday
    20:00:00
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  • Wild Bunch Alcoholics Anonymous

    UNITY PEACE CHURCH
    8800 SEAWELL SCHOOL ROAD, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 27516

    Wednesday
    08:00:00
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  • Wild Bunch Alcoholics Anonymous

    Unity Peace Church
    8800 Seawell School Rd, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 27516

    Wednesday
    20:00:00
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  • Young & Restless Alcoholics Anonymous

    Chapel of the Cross Church
    304 E. Franklin St, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 27514

    Thursday
    20:00:00
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In case you or your close ones encountered alcohol addiction and/or battling it now in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, AA meetings might be a great place to start journey to recovery. Attending Alcoholics Anonymous meetings is a great way for people struggling with drinking issues to network with people aiming for the same goal – to reach and maintain sobriety.
If you have any additional questions about addiction or treatment, feel free to call our toll-free hotline 24/7 (888)-459-5511

For people struggling with illicit or prescription substances NA Meetings in Chapel Hill, North Carolina are available.

For people seeking inpatient or outpatient treatment options rehab centers in Chapel Hill, North Carolina are also available.