Find AA Meetings in Blue Hill, Maine

Find AA meetings in Blue Hill, 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 Noon Timers Group Ellsworth Noon Timers Group 8 Old Mill Road Ellsworth
12:30 PM Top Of The Hill Group Orland Top Of The Hill Group 90 School House Road Orland
12:30 PM CU Group CU Group 181 Franklin Street Bucksport
7:00 PM Northern Bay Big Book Group Northern Bay Big Book Group 14 Southern Bay Road Penobscot
7:00 PM Bridge to Recovery Group Bridge to Recovery Group School Street Brooklin
7:00 PM Ellsworth Group Church Street Ellsworth Group 2 Church Street Ellsworth

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Blue Hill, Maine AA meetings

Blue Hill is a town in Hancock County, Maine. Those living or working in the area, with substance use disorder, may be interested in attending AA meetings in Blue Hill. Newcomers to the Alcoholics Anonymous program may have questions about many of the terms used by AA members, called AA lingo. One such term is “The Big Book.”

The Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous is the program’s primary text that spells out how to work the 12-Steps. The 12-Steps are a set of spiritual principles that when integrated into daily life, are said to remove one’s compulsion to drink alcohol. The Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous comprises the guiding principles of AA and other 12-step programs, such as Narcotics Anonymous and Al-anon. So, why is the Alcoholics Anonymous book called “The Big Book?” The book, infamous for its stories of how the early founders, and others, got sober, originally got its nickname after the First Edition was published. The First Edition of The Big Book had very thick, bulky pages, making it appear larger than its printed contents implied. If you feel like you need more than AA meetings, Maine, and want information about local addiction treatment programs, such as inpatient or outpatient rehab programs, call our helpline today and speak to a professional treatment specialist.

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AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

Penobscot (9.0 Miles Away)
Sedgwick (10.6 Miles Away)
Ellsworth (16.5 Miles Away)
Castine (17.2 Miles Away)
Orland (18.3 Miles Away)
Brooklin (19.3 Miles Away)
Stockton Springs (21.5 Miles Away)
Bucksport (21.6 Miles Away)
Mount Desert (22.4 Miles Away)
Bar Harbor (24.6 Miles Away)
Deer Isle (25.0 Miles Away)
Searsport (26.4 Miles Away)

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