Bath, Maine AA Meetings

Find AA meetings in Bath, 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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Find AA meetings in Bath, Maine

Bath is a city located in Sagadahoc County, Maine. Those living or working near Bath with alcohol addiction may be searching for AA meetings in Bath. Our online database of AA meetings Maine can help. If you are new to the Alcoholics Anonymous program or if you’ve had a recent relapse, here are some tips that may help you succeed at maintaining sobriety. Educate yourself on the meaning of each of the 12-Steps (the Steps are the key to getting sober and maintaining long-term sobriety). Get a sponsor (mentor) to help you work the 12-Steps. Follow each of the 12-Steps closely and use the available tools (such as workbooks and other learning aids). Let people in your AA group know what’s going on with you; don’t keep your feelings bottled up. AA members can’t help you if they don’t understand what you are going through. Listen to other group members: their experience in working the 12-Steps can help your recovery. Utilize support system tools (such as the phone list) when you have relapse triggers (such as being around drinkers during the holidays). Consider daily journaling about your recovery experience (many experts suggest that writing is therapeutic; it helps express your thoughts and emotions). Last but not least, don’t be afraid to ask questions (allowing other group members to help will lend itself to your personal growth while helping “old-timers” maintain long-term sobriety.

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