Find AA Meetings in Belfast, Maine

Find AA meetings in Belfast, 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
12:00 PM Saturday Beginners Group Belfast Saturday Beginners Group 95 Court Street Belfast
7:00 AM Attitude Adjustment Group Camden Attitude Adjustment Group 98 John Street Camden
8:30 AM Lets Do The Work Lets Do The Work 29 Chestnut Street Camden
12:00 PM Rule 62 Group Bucksport Rule 62 Group 181 Franklin Street Bucksport
6:30 PM Searsport Group Searsport Group 7 Knox Bros Avenue Searsport
6:30 PM Camden Twelve Step Group Camden Twelve Step Group 33 Chestnut Street Camden
7:00 PM Bucksport All Peoples Group Bucksport All Peoples Group 2 River Road Bucksport

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Belfast, Maine AA meetings

Belfast is a small town in Waldo County, Maine. Those in addition recovery who live in or near the area may be looking for AA meetings in Belfast. If you are new to the Alcoholics Anonymous recovery program, you may have many questions about the program and how it works. First off, AA meetings Maine—such as those in Belfast—are free of charge. The only requirement to join AA is the desire to stop drinking alcohol. AA recovery involves applying the 12-Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous to your daily life. Usually, a mentor, called an AA sponsor, helps with that process. A sponsor meets with a sponsee on a 1:1 basis to help with the 12-Steps of recovery. AA’s 12-Steps are considered a spiritual program, but Alcoholics Anonymous is not affiliated with any religion. You do not have to believe in God to join AA. Local meetings are held in public buildings such as churches or schools. When you check our directory of AA meetings, you’ll find some meetings are open (available to anyone who wants to attend), while some are closed (only for those who want to quit drinking alcohol). If you have any questions about our online directory of meetings, please don’t hesitate to contact one of our treatment specialists. If you are looking for a more intensive, structured program, we can help you find other addiction treatment programs in your local area.

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AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

Searsport (8.7 Miles Away)
Brooks (13.7 Miles Away)
Stockton Springs (14.9 Miles Away)
Lincolnville (17.4 Miles Away)
Castine (19.7 Miles Away)
Bucksport (23.1 Miles Away)
Winterport (25.0 Miles Away)
Penobscot (25.8 Miles Away)
Camden (26.4 Miles Away)
Orland (26.9 Miles Away)
Unity (30.1 Miles Away)
Sedgwick (30.8 Miles Away)

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