Find AA meetings in Gouldsboro, 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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Gouldsboro, Maine AA meetings
Located in Hancock County, Gouldsboro is a small Maine town. There are AA meetings in Gouldsboro and the surrounding area providing support to those with alcohol use disorder. As with other parts of the country, there are several types of AA meetings in Maine. The biggest distinction you can find between meetings is whether or not they are open or closed meetings. Open AA meetings are, as the name suggests, open to anyone attending whether or not they have alcohol use disorder. Oftentimes, somebody with alcohol use disorder can be apprehensive about attending a meeting. These open meetings give them a chance to bring a supportive friend or family member who does not have alcohol use disorder. Closed AA meetings are meant only for those with alcohol use disorder. It’s important to note that while AA does emphasize its 12-step program, AA does not provide a formal treatment plan. That means you’re not obligated to attend certain meetings at certain times. Take some time to figure out what the right meetings are for you. There are plenty to choose from among the several AA meetings in Gouldsboro. For help finding rehab options outside of AA meetings in Maine, give our specialists a call.
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