Find AA Meetings in Bucksport, Maine

Find AA meetings in Bucksport, 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
12:30 PM CU Group CU Group 181 Franklin Street Bucksport
7:00 AM Attitude Adjustment Group Belfast Attitude Adjustment Group 95 Court Street Belfast
12:00 PM The Out To Lunch Bunch Group The Out To Lunch Bunch Group 61 State Street Brewer
12:00 PM Heard It Through The Grapevine Brewer Heard It Through The Grapevine 142 Center Street Brewer
12:30 PM Top Of The Hill Group Orland Top Of The Hill Group 90 School House Road Orland
6:00 PM Monday Night 12 And 12 Brewer Monday Night 12 & 12 142 Center Street Brewer
6:00 PM Fresh Start Womens Beginners Step Group Fresh Start Women's Beginners' Step Group 95 High Street Belfast
7:00 PM Monday Night Dedham Meeting Monday Night Dedham Meeting 2073 Main Rd Dedham
7:30 PM Village Riverside Group Village Riverside Group 24 Narramissic Drive Orland
7:30 PM Riverside Group Orland Riverside Group Narramissic Drive Orland
8:00 PM Hampden 12 and 12 Group Hampden 12 and 12 Group 70 Western Avenue Hampden

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Bucksport, Maine AA meetings

Situated on the Penobscot River, Bucksport, Maine’s primary industry was initially paper milling. Today the downtown waterfront is a beautiful feature attracting new businesses and tourists. People struggling with the adverse effects of use disorder (AUD) can find AA meetings in Bucksport on our online directory. Alcoholics Anonymous, founded in the 1930s, provides support for folks with AUD. AA meetings rely on program literature, including the trusted Big Book of AA, to help them learn to examine their lives and practice self-examination and development. The 12-step program is the spiritual but not religious program that makes up the AA program. Recovery work involves practicing the principles in the 12-steps and then talking about what happened in AA meetings. Various meetings are designed to meet the needs of individual members and may include women’s and men’s only meetings, 12-step meetings, LGBT meetings, and more. Members may attend as many meetings as they like but usually choose to attend one that resonates with them. A portion of meeting time is devoted to members sharing their experience, strength, and hope. Participants create a safe place to share by observing the principles of anonymity and confidentiality when they leave the meeting. Get recovery off to a great start by finding AA meetings, Maine and attending right away.

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AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

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