Find AA meetings in Dedham, 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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Dedham, Maine AA meetings
Dedham is a town in Hancock County, Maine; the city includes the site of a Cold War airplane crash on Bald Mountain. If you live or work in Hancock County and have an alcohol addiction, AA meetings Maine offer an opportunity to adopt a solid, sober support system. Our online directory of AA meetings in Dedham is available 24/7. Alcoholics Anonymous is a 12 Step addiction recovery program that has helped millions of people across the globe get sober and stay sober long-term. What are the 12 Steps, and how do they help recovering people get sober? An integral part of Alcoholics Anonymous is going through or “working” the 12 Steps. Every member will work the Steps differently. This is because each individual has a unique journey that led them to recovery, so they will also have a different recovery process. The 12 Steps were written by the AA founders as a set of spiritual principles to be worked with a sponsor (mentor). For most AA members, a sponsor is a person who serves as a close confidant, often considered a best friend. A sponsor is someone you trust to guide you through the 12 Steps to get sober and maintain long-term sobriety.
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