Find AA Meetings in Auburn, Maine

Find AA meetings in Auburn, Maine to help you on your road to recovery. Our comprehensive directory of AA meetings in Maine includes open, closed, speaker, and other specialized meetings, all of which are designed to help you get sober and remain sober.

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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
7:00 AM Attitude Adjustment Group Auburn Attitude Adjustment Group 78 Pleasant Street Auburn
12:00 PM Noon Time Drop In Meeting Noon Time Drop In Meeting 675 Main Street Lewiston
5:30 PM Happy Hour Meeting Lewiston Happy Hour Meeting Lewiston 675 Main Street Lewiston
7:00 PM Saturday Night Hope Group Lewiston Saturday Night Hope Group Lewiston 1080 Lisbon Street Lewiston
8:15 PM The Young Peoples Group Lewiston The Young Peoples Group Lewiston 99 Campus Avenue Lewiston

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Auburn, Maine AA meetings

Auburn serves as the county seat of Androscoggin County in south-central Maine. Those in addiction recovery, living or working in the local area may be interested in our online directory of AA meetings in Auburn. Whether you are new to the program of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) or recently moved to the Auburn area, you may choose to find an AA sponsor when you attend AA meetings Maine. A sponsor is an experienced AA member who has worked the 12-Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous and maintained sobriety. AA sponsors serve as mentors sharing their experience, strength, and hope with another person with alcohol addiction (particularly with newcomers). A sponsor is often available to meet with the sponsee on a 1:1 basis to work the Steps. Sponsorship can provide ongoing support for issues such as relapse prevention. Overall, a sponsor is someone who helps you get sober and maintain abstinence from alcohol. Selecting the right person for AA sponsorship is essential. It should be someone you feel comfortable with, who you trust. The AA sponsorship program helps the sponsee and the sponsor because helping other people with addiction is a primary way of maintaining long-term sobriety. To learn more about addiction treatment programs in your local area, contact one of our caring, professional treatment specialists today.

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AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

Not finding the meeting you are looking for in Auburn? Find other AA meetings in Maine for more times, types and availabilities.

Lewiston (3.2 Miles Away)
Mechanic Falls (10.0 Miles Away)
New Gloucester (11.5 Miles Away)
Sabattus (11.6 Miles Away)
Lisbon (16.9 Miles Away)
Turner (19.5 Miles Away)
Gray (21.0 Miles Away)
Casco (23.4 Miles Away)
Paris (24.2 Miles Away)
Norway (25.5 Miles Away)
North Yarmouth (28.2 Miles Away)
Freeport (28.9 Miles Away)

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