Find AA Meetings in Bar Harbor, Maine

Find AA meetings in Bar Harbor, 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 PM Islanders Serenity Group Islanders Serenity Group 41 Mount Desert Street Bar Harbor
9:30 AM Bar Harbor Eye Opener Group Bar Harbor Eye Opener Group 5 Kimball Road Mount Desert
10:00 AM Stark Raving Sober Group Blue Hill Stark Raving Sober Group 75 Main street Blue Hill
10:00 AM Stark Raving Sober Group Main St Stark Raving Sober Group 79 Main Street Blue Hill
10:00 AM Step Sisters Meeting Ellsworth Step Sisters Meeting Corner of High St. and Main St. Ellsworth
10:00 AM Step Sisters Main Street Step Sisters 231 Main Street Ellsworth
12:00 PM Noon Timers Group Ellsworth Noon Timers Group 8 Old Mill Road Ellsworth
6:00 PM Saturday Night Live Group Ellsworth Saturday Night Live Group 8 Old Mill Road Ellsworth

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Bar Harbor, Maine AA meetings

Bar Harbor is a town located along Maine’s Frenchman Bay on Mount Desert Island; the city is considered a gateway to the mountains of Acadia National Park. If you are coping with alcohol addiction and live or work near Mount Desert Island, you may be interested in our online directory of AA meetings in Bar Harbor. Some people are court-ordered to attend AA meetings Maine—such as those in Bar Harbor—after an alcohol-related conviction. Often a court order for treatment (such as regularly attending an AA program) results from a DUI (driving under the influence) or a domestic dispute involving alcohol. If you’ve been court-ordered to attend AA meetings, you may wonder how to get mandated proof of attendance. Each AA group handles this differently; some groups assign a particular member (such as the group secretary or other group officer) to initial a court-generated slip. An AA member may sign a court slip with permission from the person being referred. Proof of meeting attendance is not considered part of AA’s procedural protocol. When members can self-report, this is regarded as the best way of maintaining the anonymity of the group members while ensuring that attendees stay within legal compliance.

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AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

Mount Desert (5.7 Miles Away)
Southwest Harbor (9.5 Miles Away)
Hancock (18.4 Miles Away)
Sullivan (18.5 Miles Away)
Ellsworth (20.8 Miles Away)
Gouldsboro (21.8 Miles Away)
Blue Hill (26.3 Miles Away)
Brooklin (26.6 Miles Away)
Swans Island (27.6 Miles Away)
Sedgwick (28.8 Miles Away)
Penobscot (34.5 Miles Away)
Milbridge (36.3 Miles Away)

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