Find AA Meetings in Kennebunk, Maine

Find AA meetings in Kennebunk, 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.

Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
7:15 AM Early Bird Group Kennebunk Early Bird Group Kennebunk 114 Main Street Kennebunk
7:30 AM Forth Dimension Group Forth Dimension Group 35 South Street Biddeford
8:00 AM Beginners Group Wells Beginner's Group 236 Eldridge Road Wells
10:00 AM Kiss Group Biddeford Kiss Group 1 Medical Center Drive Biddeford
12:00 PM Brown Bag Group Sanford Brown Bag Group Sanford 66 North Avenue Sanford
12:00 PM Clean Air Group Saco Clean Air Group Saco 63 School Street Saco
6:00 PM Simply Sober Speaker Meeting Simply Sober Speaker Meeting 63 School Street Saco
6:30 PM OOB Beginners Group OOB Beginner's Group 6 Fountain Avenue Old Orchard Beach
6:30 PM Shaker Hill Group Shaker Hill Group 147 Shaker Hill Road Alfred
7:30 PM Kennebunk 12 and 12 Group Kennebunk 12 and 12 Group 138 York Street Kennebunk

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Kennebunk, Maine AA meetings

Kennebunk is a major city in Maine’s York County region. Citizens in the community looking for supplemental guidance on top of their formal rehab treatment, may turn to one of the many AA meetings in Kennebunk. Like meetings across the rest of the country, AA meetings in Maine place an emphasis on the 12 steps, which among other steps, includes the very important first step of admitting you have alcohol use disorder and are powerless over it. The 12 Steps of AA include very strongly worded spiritual language, but it is important to note that AA is not affiliated with any one system of religious beliefs. Instead, the 12 steps asks members to be humble enough to know that not everything is under, or should be under, their full control, and that a higher power outside of themselves could have that control. Some of the 12 steps call for a change of attitude while others have very tangible and actionable procedures. For instance, Step 9 calls for members to make amends to anyone they have harmed regardless of the possible consequences of admitting to certain wrongdoings or crimes. AA meetings in Kennebunk and the 12 steps they often focus on are not a substitute for formal rehabilitation treatment. For help finding your options outside of AA, contact our specialists.

AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

Kennebunkport (5.9 Miles Away)
Wells (7.0 Miles Away)
Biddeford (11.2 Miles Away)
Saco (15.0 Miles Away)
Ogunquit (15.9 Miles Away)
Alfred (16.1 Miles Away)
Old Orchard Beach (18.9 Miles Away)
Sanford (19.4 Miles Away)
Hollis (23.6 Miles Away)
Scarborough (23.8 Miles Away)
Buxton (25.8 Miles Away)
Waterboro (26.5 Miles Away)

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