AA Meetings Charlotte New Carolina

AA Meetings in Charlotte, North Carolina

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  • 10PM Every Night Group Alcoholics Anonymous

    Jul 24
    514 E. 15th Street, Charlotte, North Carolina, 28206

    Sunday
    22:00:00
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  • Answers Will Come Alcoholics Anonymous

    Dilworth Chemical Dependency Center
    2240 Park Rd, Charlotte, North Carolina, 28203

    Sunday
    18:00:00
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  • Mint Hill Alcoholics Anonymous

    Mint Hill, NC
    11501 Bain School Rd, Charlotte, North Carolina, 28227

    Monday
    20:00:00
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  • Mint Hill Alcoholics Anonymous

    Mint Hill, NC
    11501 Bain School Rd, Charlotte, North Carolina, 28227

    Tuesday
    19:00:00
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  • Mint Hill Alcoholics Anonymous

    Mint Hill, NC
    11501 Bain School Rd, Charlotte, North Carolina, 28227

    Wednesday
    20:00:00
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  • Mint Hill Alcoholics Anonymous

    Mint Hill, NC
    11501 Bain School Rd, Charlotte, North Carolina, 28227

    Thursday
    19:00:00
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  • Mint Hill Alcoholics Anonymous

    Mint Hill, NC
    11501 Bain School Rd, Charlotte, North Carolina, 28227

    Friday
    20:00:00
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  • Queen City Group Alcoholics Anonymous

    Providence United Methodist
    2810 Providence Road, Charlotte, North Carolina, 28211

    Monday
    20:00:00
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  • Saturday Night Live Alcoholics Anonymous

    Zoar Road Club
    14701 Thomas Road, Charlotte, North Carolina, 28278

    Sunday
    19:00:00
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  • Steps & Promises Alcoholics Anonymous

    Advent Lutheran Church
    8840 University City Blvd, Charlotte, North Carolina, 28213

    Monday
    17:30:00
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  • Steps & Promises Alcoholics Anonymous

    Advent Lutheran Church
    8840 University City Blvd, Charlotte, North Carolina, 28213

    Friday
    17:30:00
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Alcoholics Anonymous is an international group offering support to patients suffering from alcohol abuse. They meet to support one another and discuss regularly the common issues and fears related to alcoholism. Members of AA meetings support every member all throughout the recovery process and triumphs.  It helps when you meet people who share the same experiences as yours. There is nothing that you should fear about AA meetings.

All you need is a strong desire to stop drinking. In Charlotte, New Carolina, there are a total of 249 meetings being offered every week. The most common venues include Central United Methodist Church, Heathstead Clubhouse, University City United Methodist Church, The Blanchard Institute, and more. You may visit and attend any of these meetings if you wish. AA meetings may be able to answer any questions that you might have.

Note: The above-mentioned information is for reference only.
Schedules and venues of AA meetings may change anytime.
Browse our listing to select an AA meeting near you.

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

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