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Calais, Maine AA meetings
AA meetings in Calais willingly accept new members to their fellowship; to find nearby groups use our online directory. A person will experience essential support for alcohol use disorder (AUD) in AA meetings. AUD affects millions of people worldwide, and Alcoholics Anonymous has provided a program to help them recover since the 1930s. AUD is a chronic medical condition characterized by an obsession with alcohol, the inability to control or stop drinking, and devastation in personal and professional relationships due to alcohol use. The program used in AA is contained in the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous and is found in the Big Book of AA. New members are not asked or expected to accept or follow the steps until they are ready; for most people, following the 12-steps is progressive and systematic. Participants read and study from AA-approved literature and then put what they learned into practice in their lives. When they attend meetings they share with the group the outcome of this practice. Sharing plays many vital roles in recovery because it helps members find clarity in what happened it relieves them of emotional burdens. Those who are living successfully without alcohol inspire others. Find AA meetings, Maine and get your recovery started.