Find AA meetings in Hancock, 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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Hancock, Maine AA meetings
Hancock is one of the most well-known cities in all of Maine. Along with lovely views of Mount Desert Island, there are also several AA meetings in Hancock. As with the broader grouping of AA meetings in Maine, you can expect most of Hancock’s AA meetings to revolve around the 12 Steps of AA. 12-Step meetings are typically the most commonly held meetings within AA. In these meetings, the group will go over one or more of the 12 steps to gain a better understanding of its meaning and its real life application. This can be very beneficial for members, especially with some of the more difficult steps that require a lot of personal reflection and work. For instance, the fourth step involves taking moral inventory of oneself. In a 12-step meeting focused on this particular step, members can get guidance from other members on just how to go about accomplishing this daunting task of taking moral inventory. You might also be pointed to special resources like workbooks that can help make the entire process a bit more easier and accessible. AA meetings in Hancock or any other region, are not substitutes for formal rehab. If you are looking for options outside of AA, call our specialists.
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