AA Meetings Charlotte, NC

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Below is a comprehensive directory of AA meetings in Charlotte, North Carolina. The closest AA meeting to you is 0.44 miles away and meets on Monday at 7:30 PM. Click here for meetings today (Wednesday)!

Monday AA Meetings in Charlotte

Third Tradition
St Mark's Lutheran Church
Closed, Wheelchair Access
0.44 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Rule 62
Metrolina Intergroup Office
Big Book, Open, Step Meeting, Wheelchair Access
0.51 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Acceptance Is The Answer
NorthStar Clinical Services
Discussion, Open, Speaker
0.59 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Eastway
Online
Discussion, Location Temporarily Closed, Newcomer, Online Meeting, Open
0.62 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Elizabeth Nooners
Hawthorne U.M.C. In-person and Online
As Bill Sees It, Discussion, Online Meeting, Open, Wheelchair Access
0.82 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Awake In The Park
Shelter at Latta Park
Discussion, Open
1 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Myers Park Group
Myers Park Presbyterian Church
Closed, Concurrent with Al-Anon, Discussion
1.08 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

3t0
Online
Online Meeting
1.14 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

A New Employer
Online
Newcomer, Online Meeting, Open
1.14 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Awakening Modem To Modem
Online
Newcomer, Online Meeting, Open
1.14 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Beginners 7 Pm
Online
Discussion, Newcomer, Online Meeting, Open
1.14 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Big Book Zoom
Online
Discussion, Online Meeting, Open
1.14 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Daily Social Distancing Dsd
Online
As Bill Sees It, Online Meeting, Open
1.14 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Early Bird Zoom
Online
Discussion, Online Meeting, Open
1.14 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Harrisburg Zoom
Online
Big Book, Discussion, Online Meeting, Open
1.14 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Tuesday AA Meetings in Charlotte

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We Agnostics
Metrolina Intergroup Office
Discussion, Newcomer, Open, Secular
0.51 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Southern Pacific Group
Myers Park United Methodist Church In-person and Online
Closed, Discussion, Online Meeting
0.91 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Awake In The Park
Shelter at Latta Park
Discussion, Open, Outdoor Meeting
1 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Awakening Modem To Modem
Online
Online Meeting, Open, Step Meeting
1.14 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Ballantyne Acceptance Group
Online
Discussion, Online Meeting, Open
1.14 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Ballantyne Acceptance Group
Online
Discussion, Online Meeting, Open
1.14 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Daily Social Distancing
Online
Online Meeting, Open
1.14 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Early Bird Zoom
Online
Discussion, Online Meeting, Open
1.14 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

It’s Not Too Late
Online
Discussion, Online Meeting, Open
1.14 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

North Noon Group
University City United Methodist Church In-person and Online
As Bill Sees It, Online Meeting, Open, Wheelchair Access
1.14 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

University Group
University City United Methodist Church
Closed, Discussion, Wheelchair Access
1.14 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

715 Awakenings Group
12th Step Service Club
Newcomer, Open, Step Meeting, Wheelchair Access
1.19 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Lunch Bunch Group
12th Step Service Club
Open, Step Meeting
1.19 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Springdale Group
St Andrews Presbyterian Church
Discussion, Newcomer, Open
1.27 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Grateful Womens Group
Commonwealth United Methodist
Closed, Discussion, Step Meeting, Wheelchair Access
1.51 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Wednesday AA Meetings in Charlotte

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Just The Basics
St Mark's Lutheran Church
Closed, Step Meeting
0.44 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

12 Oclock High
Metrolina Intergroup Office
Discussion, Newcomer, Open
0.51 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Before The Big Book
Metrolina Intergroup Office
Open, Wheelchair Access
0.51 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Mindful Meditation Group
First Christian Church
Discussion, Open
0.99 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Awake At The Park
Shelter at Latta Park
Discussion, Open, Outdoor Meeting
1 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Awakening Modem To Modem
Online
Newcomer, Online Meeting, Open
1.14 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Ballantyne Acceptance Group
Online
Big Book, Closed, Online Meeting
1.14 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Daily Social Distancing Dsd
Online
Discussion, Online Meeting, Open
1.14 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Early Bird Zoom
Online
Discussion, Online Meeting, Open
1.14 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Harrisburg Zoom
Online
Closed, Discussion, Online Meeting
1.14 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Its Not Too Late
Online
Discussion, Online Meeting, Open
1.14 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

North Noon Group
University City United Methodist Church In-person and Online
Big Book, Online Meeting, Open, Wheelchair Access
1.14 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Serenity Now
Online
Closed, Discussion, Online Meeting
1.14 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Stonecrest Meditation
Online
11th Step Meditation, Online Meeting, Open
1.14 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

The Girls Room Step Study Women
Online
Closed, Online Meeting, Step Meeting, Women
1.14 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Thursday AA Meetings in Charlotte

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Providence Group
Little Church on the Lane
Discussion, Open
0.36 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Not A Glum Lot
St Mark's Lutheran Church
Closed, Discussion
0.44 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Coffee And Cookies Women
Metrolina Intergroup Office In-person and Online
Closed, Discussion, Online Meeting, Wheelchair Access, Women
0.51 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Acceptance Is The Answer
NorthStar Clinical Services
Discussion, Open
0.59 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Elizabeth Nooners
Hawthorne U.M.C. In-person and Online
Discussion, Newcomer, Online Meeting, Open, Wheelchair Access
0.82 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Southern Pacific Group
Myers Park United Methodist Church In-person and Online
Online Meeting, Open, Speaker
0.91 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Awake In The Park
Shelter at Latta Park
Discussion, Open, Outdoor Meeting
1 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Awakening Modem To Modem
Online
Online Meeting, Open, Tradition Study
1.14 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Ballantyne Acceptance Group
Online
Discussion, Online Meeting, Open
1.14 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Balllantyne Acceptance Group
Online
Discussion, Online Meeting, Open
1.14 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Daily Social Distancing
Online
Online Meeting, Open
1.14 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Early Bird Zoom
Online
Discussion, Online Meeting, Open
1.14 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Early Bird Zoom
Online
Discussion, Newcomer, Online Meeting, Open
1.14 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Focus Group
Online
Big Book, Closed, Online Meeting, Wheelchair Access
1.14 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Its Not Too Late
Online
Discussion, Online Meeting, Open
1.14 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Friday AA Meetings in Charlotte

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We Agnostics
Metrolina Intergroup Office
Discussion, Open, Secular
0.51 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Elizabeth On 5th
Caldwell Memorial Presbyterian Church
Discussion, Open
0.57 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Eastway
St. John's Baptist In-person and Online
Discussion, Newcomer, Online Meeting, Open
0.62 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Awake In The Park
Shelter at Latta Park
Discussion, Open, Outdoor Meeting
1 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Myers Park Group
Myers Park Presbyterian Church
Open, Speaker
1.08 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Awakening Modem To Modem
Online
Newcomer, Online Meeting, Open
1.14 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Ballantyne Acceptance Group
Online
Big Book, Closed, Online Meeting
1.14 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Daily Social Distancing
Online
Online Meeting, Open, Speaker
1.14 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Early Bird Zoom
Online
Discussion, Online Meeting, Open
1.14 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Friday Big Book Gratitude Meeting
Online
Big Book, Online Meeting, Open
1.14 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Its Not Too Late
Online
Discussion, Online Meeting, Open
1.14 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Keep It Simple
Online
Discussion, Newcomer, Online Meeting, Open
1.14 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

North Noon
University City United Methodist Church
Discussion, Open, Wheelchair Access
1.14 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

People Of Color
Online
Newcomer, Online Meeting, Open
1.14 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

University Group
University City United Methodist Church
Newcomer, Open, Wheelchair Access
1.14 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Saturday AA Meetings in Charlotte

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Focus Group
Metrolina Intergroup Office In-person and Online
Discussion, Online Meeting, Open, Wheelchair Access
0.51 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Harmony Producers
Metrolina Intergroup Office
Discussion, Newcomer, Open
0.51 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Striving For Mediocrity
Metrolina Intergroup Office
Discussion, Open
0.51 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Awake In The Park
Shelter at Latta Park
Discussion, Open, Outdoor Meeting
1 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Ballantyne Acceptance Group
Online
Discussion, Online Meeting, Open
1.14 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Early Bird Zoom
Online
Discussion, Online Meeting, Open
1.14 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Its Not Too Late
Online
Discussion, Online Meeting, Open
1.14 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

North Noon
University City United Methodist Church
Discussion, Open
1.14 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Saturday Serenity Zoom
Online
Discussion, Online Meeting, Open
1.14 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Dilworth Promises Group
12th Step Service Club
Discussion, Open, Wheelchair Access
1.19 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Saturday Morning Big Book Study Meeting
12th Step Service Club
Big Book, Open, Wheelchair Access
1.19 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Springdale Group
St Andrews Presbyterian Church
Discussion, Newcomer, Open
1.27 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

The Rogue Group
Commonwealth United Methodist
Discussion, Open, Wheelchair Access
1.51 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Happy Hour Group
Anuvia
Concurrent with Al-Anon, Discussion, Newcomer, Open
1.69 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

Hawthorne Group
Midwood Baptist Church
Open, Speaker, Wheelchair Access
2.32 miles from the center of Charlotte, NC

If you can't find a meeting close to you at the time you're looking for, we recommend checking out nearby towns including: Derita, Hickory Grove, Paw Creek, and Pineville

Additional local resources: Charlotte NA Meetings | Charlotte Al-Anon Meetings

What is an AA Meeting?

An Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting is a place where alcoholics and people who struggle with substance abuse gather for one hour to express their experience, strength, and hope. AA Members who attend an Alcoholic’s Anonymous meeting in Charlotte, North Carolina will share their experience getting sober through their personal stories with anyone looking to get sober. There is no religious, social or economic association for membership, just the aspiration to get sober, and live a productive life without alcohol.

Selecting A meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous in Charlotte, North Carolina

There are a a number of different AA meetings in Charlotte, North Carolina. prior to selecting the meeting that you are going to join, it is beneficial to know the different types of AA meetings and what happens at each one.

Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous – An Open Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting is open to anyone who wishes to attend. You do not have to have an alcohol addiction to go to an open AA Meeting. Friends, family, and children can join these meetings.

Closed Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous – A Closed AA Meeting is only for those who have a desire to stop drinking. Friends and family are not able to attend these meetings.

Big Book Meeting – At Big Book meetings, a member will typically read out of the Big Book and follow the reading with a discussion amongst its members.

Speaker Meeting – At an Alcoholics Anonymous speaker meeting, a member of Alcoholics Anonymous will tell their story and share their journey, strength, and hope with fellow members of Alcoholics Anonymous. The speaker may or may not talk through the duration of the meeting and members are often encouraged to share their thoughts before wrapping up.

Alcoholics Anonymous Literature Meeting – A literature meeting typically involves reading from one of the Alcoholics Anonymous approved pieces of literature and can often be followed by a discussion amongst the members or a speaker about the literature of topic.

Step Study – An Alcoholics Anonymous step study traditionally focuses on a specific step or 2 per meeting. This can involve a speaker lead discussion about a particular step, literature reading, and might be followed by a discussion about the step(s).

Meditation Meeting – A Meditation AA Meeting can involve meditation for a portion of the meeting or even the entire meeting. The meditation may be guided and then followed by a discussion.

Traditions Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting – One or more of the Alcoholics Anonymous traditions will be discussed in thoroughly. This can be done with a speaker, literature lead, and might be followed by a dialogue.

Since each Charlotte Alcoholics Anonymous meeting is autonomous, they are able to run each meeting as they see fit. Variation of meeting formats is common and you can also find Alcoholics Anonymous meetings in Charlotte that do not. We recommend contacting the local Alcoholics Anonymous intergroup to get more information on Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings in Charlotte, North Carolina, or visiting aa.org to locate more information.

How to Get The Most From an AA Meeting in Charlotte, North Carolina

The best way to get the most out of your first AA meeting you should remain open minded. We all had an idea of what these meeting were and generally it is the same misconception. The one piece of advice I was ever given was to sit down, shut up, listen to the message, and humbly ask for help. Regardless of the meeting, the one constant will be message of recovering from a hopeless state of mind. The process of recovering from that hopeless state is in asking for help from another person suffering from alcohol addiction which you will find in any AA meeting you choose to start with.