Find AA Meetings in Eddington, Maine

Find AA meetings in Eddington, 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
9:30 AM Penobscot Big Book Step Study Penobscot Big Book Step Study 142 Center Street Brewer
11:00 AM Searching Souls Group Searching Souls Group 703 Essex Street Bangor
12:00 PM Beginners Meeting Brewer Beginners Meeting 142 Center Street Brewer
6:00 PM Freedom For Today Group Freedom For Today Group 142 Center Street Brewer
7:00 PM All Peoples Group All Peoples Group River Road Bucksport
7:30 PM Country Group Country Group 270 Main Road North Hampden
8:00 PM Old Town Group 726 Stillwater Avenue Old Town Group 726 Stillwater Avenue Old Town
8:00 PM Old Town Group Stillwater Avenue Old Town Group 744 Stillwater Avenue Old Town

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Eddington, Maine AA meetings

Located just northeast of Bangor in Penobscot County, Maine, Eddington is home to several AA meetings in Maine, all of which were established to help with the rising rates of alcohol use disorder. When you join any of these AA meetings in Eddington, you experience a relaxing and calming environment where everyone is free to talk about the challenges they’ve faced with alcohol use disorder. These meetings can give you a feeling of camaraderie as you share with and hear from others who have similar experiences. AA meetings in Eddington come in different forms. Open meetings can be attended by anyone whether or not they are a person with alcohol use disorder. AA members often bring guests to their open meetings. Closed meetings where attendance is restricted to only members rather than the general public are also available in Eddington for more intimate atmospheres. Specialized AA meetings are also available, such as meetings for LGBT members, meetings for men or women, and meetings for beginners who are just dipping their toes into AA. There are even virtual meetings for those instances where you cannot attend a physical meeting. Whichever piques your fancy, get the correct information you need and begin attending the right AA meeting for you. For assistance in finding formal rehab to go along with AA meetings in Eddington, contact our specialist today.

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AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

Veazie (1.6 Miles Away)
Brewer (4.8 Miles Away)
Bangor (5.5 Miles Away)
Orono (6.3 Miles Away)
Hampden (9.9 Miles Away)
Old Town (10.7 Miles Away)
Orrington (11.9 Miles Away)
Dedham (12.5 Miles Away)
Levant (19.7 Miles Away)
Bucksport (22.0 Miles Away)
Mariaville (25.0 Miles Away)
Winterport (25.2 Miles Away)

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