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Buddhist Recovery Meetings: USA > North Carolina


Asheville

Venue:

Asheville 12 Step Recovery Club

Day:

Wednesday

Time:

7:30pm - 8:45pm

Type:

Mindfulness and 12 Step Recovery Meeting

Address:

22B New Leicester Highway, Asheville, NC 28806 (map)
G4

Other info:

Who: Open to anyone from any 12 Step Recovery program.
What: This meeting combines actual meditation practice, open sharing, plus brief readings or talks linking Mindfulness Meditation practice to the specific 12 Step of that month.
Cost: We pass the basket to help cover operating costs and refreshments at Asheville 12 Step Recovery Club.

Contact:

Eddie LeShure Phone- (828) 772-1746    Email- ibliving at hotmail dot com
Website(s)- www.asheville12stepclub.org

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Asheville

Venue:

Urban Dharma

Day:

Fridays

Time:

7:00pm -8:30pm

Type:

Refuge Recovery

Address:

29 Page Ave, Asheville, NC 28801 (map)

Other info:

Who: Open to anyone seeking recovery from addiction.
What: We reference Noah Levine's book, Refuge Recovery. The meeting includes a period of guided meditation, followed by a discussion on a topic relating to Buddhist path recovery rooted in the Four Noble Truths and the Eightfold Path.
Cost:Voluntary donations are, at this time, directed to Urban Dharma in exchange for the use of their space.

Contact:

Refuge Recovery Asheville Phone- (828) 367-7377    Email- refugerecoveryavl at gmail dot com
Website(s)- www.FACEBOOK.com/REFUGERECOVERYavl

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Asheville

Venue:

Urban Dharma

Day:

Sundays

Time:

6:00pm -7:30pm

Type:

Refuge Recovery

Address:

29 Page Ave, Asheville, NC 28801 (map)

Other info:

Who: Open to anyone seeking recovery from addiction.
What: We reference Noah Levine's book, Refuge Recovery. The meeting includes a period of guided meditation, followed by a discussion on a topic relating to Buddhist path recovery rooted in the Four Noble Truths and the Eightfold Path.
Cost: Voluntary donations are, at this time, directed to Urban Dharma in exchange for the use of their space.

Contact:

Refuge Recovery Asheville Phone- (828) 367-7377    Email- refugerecoveryavl at gmail dot com
Website(s)- www.FACEBOOK.com/REFUGERECOVERYavl

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Asheville

Venue:

Asheville Insight Meditation

Day:

Tuesdays

Time:

7:30pm - 8:00pm

Type:

Refuge Recovery

Address:

175 Weaverville Rd, Asheville, NC 28804 (map)
Suite H

Other info:

Who: Open to anyone seeking recovery from addiction.
What: We reference Noah Levine's book, Refuge Recovery. The meeting includes a period of guided meditation, followed by a discussion on a topic relating to Buddhist path recovery rooted in the Four Noble Truths and the Eightfold Path.
Cost: Voluntary donations are, at this time, directed to Asheville Insight Meditation in exchange for the use of their space.

Contact:

Refuge Recovery Asheville Phone- (828) 367-7377    Email- refugerecoveryavl at gmail dot com
Website(s)- www.FACEBOOK.com/REFUGERECOVERYavl

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Asheville

Venue:

Sunrise Community for Recovery and Wellness

Day:

Thursday

Time:

7:30pm - 9:00pm

Type:

Refuge Recovery

Address:

370 North Louisiana Ave., Asheville, NC 28806 (map)
Unit C4

Other info:

Who: Open to anyone seeking recovery from addiction.
What: We reference Noah Levine's book, Refuge Recovery. The meeting includes a period of guided meditation, followed by a discussion on a topic relating to Buddhist path recovery rooted in the Four Noble Truths and the Eightfold Path.
Cost: Voluntary donations are, at this time, directed to Sunrise Community in exchange for the use of their space.

Contact:

Refuge Recovery Asheville Phone- (828) 367-7377    Email- refugerecoveryavl at gmail dot com
Website(s)- www.FACEBOOK.com/REFUGERECOVERYavl

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Hendersonville

Venue:

Heartwood Refuge and Retreat Center

Day:

Wednesday

Time:

5:30pm

Type:

Refuge recovery

Address:

159 Osceola Rd., Hendersonville, NC 28739 (map)

Other info:

Who: Open to anyone seeking recovery from addiction.
What: We reference Noah Levine's book, Refuge Recovery. The meeting includes a period of guided meditation, followed by a discussion on a topic relating to Buddhist path recovery rooted in the Four Noble Truths and the Eightfold Path.
Cost: Voluntary donations are, at this time, directed to Heartwood Refuge and Retreat Center in exchange for the use of their space.

Contact:

Email- refugerecoverync at gmail dot com
Website(s)- www.heartwoodrefuge.org

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