Boothbay, Maine AA Meetings

Find AA meetings in Boothbay, 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 Boothbay, Maine

Boothbay is a town in Lincoln County, Maine; the area includes the villages of East Boothbay and Trevett. If you are looking for a recovery program in the local area, you may find our online database of AA meetings in Boothbay helpful.

The 12-Step program of Alcoholics Anonymous offers many “promises” of recovery. The promises provide a two-fold solution to recovery; one is spiritual, describing the spiritual changes when a recovering person works the 12-Steps. The changes include a sense of peace, freedom, and happiness.

Secondly, AA members who work the steps are promised that many of the challenges experienced during a life of substance misuse will disappear. For example, fear, regret, and self-seeking will fade away. The Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous describes these promises as occurring sometimes slowly, sometimes quickly, but they “will always materialize if we work for them.” The promises can inspire newcomers struggling with substance use disorders and have hope that there is a solution within immediate reach. The AA promises can inspire recovery, especially for newcomers. The Big Book mentions the promises as “Being fulfilled among us—sometimes quickly, sometimes slowly.” Some AA members report the promises manifesting early on, while others experience them gradually.

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