Find AA Meetings in Clinton, Maine

Find AA meetings in Clinton, 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
6:45 AM Do It Sober Group Do It Sober Group 61 Pleasant Street Waterville
10:00 AM Beginners Meeting Skowhegan Beginners Meeting Skowhegan 13 Island Avenue Skowhegan
10:00 AM Willingness Group Waterville Willingness Group 60 Eustis Parkway Waterville
12:00 PM High Nooners Lunch Bunch High Nooners Lunch Bunch 19 Colby Street Waterville
7:00 PM Let It Go Group Pittsfield Let It Go Group 132 Somerset Avenue Pittsfield
8:00 PM Shut Up And Listen Group Shut Up And Listen Group 30 Chase Avenue Waterville
8:00 PM Peace Time Candlelight Hour Group Peace Time Candlelight Hour Group 13 Depot Street Unity

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Clinton, Maine AA meetings

Clinton is a town in Kennebec County, Maine; the city was named for New York Governor DeWitt Clinton. If you live or work in the area, and are searching for AA meetings in Clinton, our online directory of aa meetings Maine may help. Because of preconceived notions that Alcoholics Anonymous is religious, some people hesitate to get involved. The 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) are considered a set of spiritual principles, but none of the members need to be religious or believe in God. No religion or creed is associated with the program. Spirituality does not necessarily include God or other deities, although, for some AA members, their Higher Power (HP) is God. It is encouraged in AA for each recovering member to identify their own HP. One’s Higher Power might be God, the universe, or a person’s connection to something like nature. Often people in recovery identify their HP as their Alcoholics Anonymous group. For many atheists or agnostic people, their AA group represents a power greater than themselves, as The Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous describes. Spiritual terms are difficult to explain, but the short version is that there is significance to identifying a power greater than oneself because it can lead to a sense of acceptance and peace.

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AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

Fairfield (8.7 Miles Away)
Waterville (13.1 Miles Away)
Unity (13.9 Miles Away)
Canaan (14.9 Miles Away)
China (17.7 Miles Away)
Skowhegan (21.4 Miles Away)
Brooks (31.5 Miles Away)
Belgrade (32.8 Miles Away)
Madison (34.2 Miles Away)
Corinna (39.8 Miles Away)
Augusta (41.6 Miles Away)
Whitefield (42.6 Miles Away)

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