Find AA Meetings in Gray, Maine

Find AA meetings in Gray, 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
7:00 AM Attitude Adjustment Group Auburn Attitude Adjustment Group 78 Pleasant Street Auburn
8:30 AM Round Table Group Cumberland Round Table Group 52 Tuttle Rd Cumberland
9:00 AM Daily Reflections Meeting Raymond Daily Reflections Meeting 1311 Roosevelt Trail Raymond
10:00 AM Windham Big Book Study Group Windham Big Book Study Group 40 Windham Center Road Windham
6:30 PM 11th Step Meditation Yarmouth 11th Step Meditation 29 Bartlett Circle Yarmouth
7:00 PM Lake Region Beginners Meeting Lake Region Beginners Meeting 1311 Roosevelt Trail Raymond
7:00 PM Saturday Night Hope Group Lewiston Saturday Night Hope Group Lewiston 1080 Lisbon Street Lewiston
8:15 PM The Young Peoples Group Lewiston The Young Peoples Group Lewiston 99 Campus Avenue Lewiston

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Gray, Maine AA meetings

Gray is a city in Cumberland County, Maine. There are options for AA meetings in Gray for anybody in or around the city hoping to get guidance and support with alcohol use disorder. Established in 1935, AA was founded in Akron, Ohio by Bill Wilson, often referred to in AA meetings in Maine and elsewhere as “Bill W,” and Dr. Bob Smith, or “Dr. Bob.” AA is a non-professional support group for those with alcohol use disorder and is not a substitute for formal rehab and therapy. In fact, AA can be a helpful supplement to formal rehab options. AA is entirely self-supporting through member contributions and does not charge membership dues or fees. AA is non-discriminatory and is multiracial, open to all genders and gender identifications, religious beliefs, and political affiliations. The only membership requirement is the desire to stop alcohol use. AA is known for its 12-step program which starts with the important first step of the individual admitting they have alcohol use disorder. These 12 steps are very spiritually driven, but it is important to remember that AA is not affiliated with any specific religion or belief, and many non-religious people have benefited from AA over the years. You can call our specialists today for help with finding formal rehab options outside of AA meetings in Gray.

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AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

North Yarmouth (7.8 Miles Away)
Windham (10.3 Miles Away)
New Gloucester (12.7 Miles Away)
Cumberland (16.1 Miles Away)
Freeport (16.8 Miles Away)
Casco (17.5 Miles Away)
Falmouth (19.1 Miles Away)
Portland (20.4 Miles Away)
Chebeague Island (24.2 Miles Away)
Lewiston (24.2 Miles Away)
Lisbon (24.3 Miles Away)
Standish (24.4 Miles Away)

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