Find AA meetings in Hampden, 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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Hampden, Maine AA meetings
Hampden is a town in Penobscot County, Maine. There are several AA meetings in Hampden available to those seeking support in recovery from alcohol use disorder. Attending AA meetings in Maine, or any other part of the country, for the first time can be intimidating. Depictions of AA meetings on TV and film often portray a very awkward scenario. However, the real life version of AA meetings can be very welcoming and safe. While you are likely to be greeted by regular members—they can be excited to see a new face—they understand boundaries. Remember, they have also been the scared new person at one point. Also, while AA members tend to believe that sharing is very beneficial and can be a big part of recovery, they are not going to force you to share. They’ll likely ask if there are any newcomers, and if so, do any want to share. Just know that it is entirely up to you. While there isn’t a structured plan to AA meetings in Hampden, be aware that there are meetings that are especially designed to help beginners in AA. These will provide you with the basic understanding of AA and how meetings are generally run. You’ll get to know some of the literature in AA and have a chance to hear from other members. If you are looking for more than AA, give our specialists a call.
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