Find AA Meetings in Gardiner, Maine

Find AA meetings in Gardiner, 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
7:15 AM Serenity At Sunrise Hallowell Serenity at Sunrise 20 Union Street Hallowell
12:00 PM 24 Hour A Day Book 24 Hour A Day Book 20 Union Street Hallowell
7:00 PM Serene At Sundown Serene At Sundown 246 Village St China
7:00 PM Winthrop Group Winthrop Group 58 Main Street Winthrop
7:00 PM Right Track Group Right Track Group 25 Club House Road Manchester
7:00 PM Togus VA Speaker Meeting Togus VA Speaker Meeting 1 VA Center Augusta

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Gardiner, Maine AA meetings

Gardiner is a town in Maine’s Kennebec County region and is a popular tourist destination. For the local community, there are several AA meetings in Gardiner supporting its individuals with alcohol use disorder. AA meetings in Maine, as they are practically everywhere else, are synonymous with 12-step meetings. While this is a bit of a misnomer as not all meetings are 12-step based, the fact is the 12 steps play a huge role in most AA meetings. The 12 Steps of AA are an informal guide to recovery from alcohol use disorder. The language around the 12 Steps is highly spiritual, but AA is not affiliated with any religion and members who do not believe in a specific religion are encouraged to substitute “God” for a higher power outside of themselves. The first step involves the individual admitting that they have alcohol use disorder.This can be accomplished by speaking at a meeting, working with a counselor or therapist, and truthfully telling somebody when the urge to drink arises. The second step is where spirituality first explicitly enters the 12 steps. Individuals must keep an open mind and understand that they must look outside of themselves and to a higher power for the help and support they need in recovery. This is just a short introduction to the 12 Steps of AA. You can learn more by attending AA meetings in Gardiner. For help finding formal rehab options, contact our specialists.

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AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

Randolph (1.3 Miles Away)
Hallowell (6.3 Miles Away)
Augusta (7.9 Miles Away)
Whitefield (12.9 Miles Away)
China (24.4 Miles Away)
Readfield (26.2 Miles Away)
Bowdoinham (26.3 Miles Away)
Wiscasset (26.4 Miles Away)
Damariscotta (29.5 Miles Away)
Sabattus (32.1 Miles Away)
Bath (33.9 Miles Away)
Belgrade (34.0 Miles Away)

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