Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting, Parlor Group, 1230 Saint Marks Church Road Burlington, North Carolina 27215.
An Open Meeting
of Alcoholics Anonymous is open to anyone who wishes to attend, friends, family, and children can join these meetings. Therefore you don't need to have a drinking problem to go to an open Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting. However, a typical open meeting will usually have a “leader” and other speakers. The leader opens and closes the meeting and introduces each speaker
Intensive Alcoholic Anonymous Members with sobriety and recovery-related problems. For this reason, find out some information in this certain Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting.
An Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting
is a place where alcoholics and people who struggle with substance abuse gather for one hour to discuss their experience, strength, and hope. However, AA Members who attend an Alcoholic Anonymous meeting in Burlington, North Carolina will share their experience getting sober through their personal anecdotes with anyone seeking help with a drinking problem. Most Importantly, there is no religion, creed or race, for membership, just the yearn to get sober and live a happy & healthy existence without alcohol. In conclusion, this is a free way to find Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings in your local area. That is why we use aa-meetings.com
Because each Burlington Alcoholics Anonymous meeting is autonomous, they are able to run each meeting as they see fit. Some meeting formats may vary and you can also find Alcoholics Anonymous meetings in Burlington that do not. We recommend reaching out to the local Alcoholics Anonymous intergroup to acquire more information on Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings in Burlington, NC.