Find AA meetings in Eastport, 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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Eastport, Maine AA meetings
Eastport is a collection of islands in Washington County, Maine; Moose Island is connected to the mainland by a causeway. Eastport is the easternmost city in the United States. If you live or work near Washington County and search for a local addiction recovery program, our online directory of AA meetings in Eastport may help. If you are new to the Alcoholics Anonymous program, you may by happy to learn that the most important person at an AA meeting is the beginner. Why is this? The AA founders learned early on in their recovery process that they could not maintain long-term sobriety unless they helped other alcoholics get sober. Therefore, the primary focus of the program is to help the newcomer get sober and stay sober. In The Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA’s primary text), it explains that the program’s original purpose is to deliver the message to newcomers.The message is the recovery stories told by AA group who describe their experience, strength, and hope in recovery. When you step into the rooms of AA meetings Maine, you will hear these recovery stories, as well as tips on how to get sober by working the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous. An AA sponsor. A sponsor is a mentor who can help newcomers learn how to employ the 12 Steps in their daily lives.
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