Find AA Meetings in Brewer, Maine

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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
9:30 AM Penobscot Big Book Step Study Penobscot Big Book Step Study 142 Center Street Brewer
12:00 PM Beginners Meeting Brewer Beginners Meeting 142 Center Street Brewer
6:00 PM Freedom For Today Group Freedom For Today Group 142 Center Street Brewer
11:00 AM Searching Souls Group Searching Souls Group 703 Essex Street Bangor
12:00 PM Rule 62 Group Bucksport Rule 62 Group 181 Franklin Street Bucksport
7:00 PM Bucksport All Peoples Group Bucksport All Peoples Group 2 River Road Bucksport
7:00 PM All Peoples Group All Peoples Group River Road Bucksport
7:30 PM Country Group Country Group 270 Main Road North Hampden
8:00 PM Old Town Group 726 Stillwater Avenue Old Town Group 726 Stillwater Avenue Old Town
8:00 PM Old Town Group Stillwater Avenue Old Town Group 744 Stillwater Avenue Old Town

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Brewer, Maine AA meetings

Named for its first settler, Colonel John Brewer, Brewer, Maine, was known for brick-making and ship-building in the 1850s. Like most cities across the state, this small city has residents who cope with alcohol use disorder (AUD). To find AA meetings in Brewer, use our online directory. Alcoholics Anonymous has been helping people recover from AUD for over 85 years and is the world leader in AUD peer support groups. The medical condition known as AUD is recognized by its defining traits, including uncontrolled drinking, an obsession with drinking, and the inability to stop, even when drinking is destroying one’s relationships. Most people with AUD are unable to recovery without outside support. AA offers a variety of meetings to meet individual needs, including open meetings available to anyone, closed meetings for those in recovery, beginners meetings, and more. Members gather regularly to share their experiences, strength, and hope by telling their recovery stories. Everyone in attendance benefits during this sharing, and it is encouraged. Some people feel nervous to begin sharing, that’s completely normal, and they may wait until they are ready to participate. Join AA meetings, Maine for fellowship and unity with like-minded people to get the help needed to get going on the healing path of recovery.

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AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

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Orrington (7.0 Miles Away)
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Dedham (13.5 Miles Away)
Old Town (15.5 Miles Away)
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Bucksport (16.9 Miles Away)
Winterport (19.8 Miles Away)
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