Find AA Meetings in Lincolnville, Maine

Find AA meetings in Lincolnville, 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 Camden Attitude Adjustment Group 98 John Street Camden
8:30 AM Lets Do The Work Lets Do The Work 29 Chestnut Street Camden
8:30 AM Finding Grace Finding Grace 11 White Street Rockland
12:00 PM Saturday Beginners Group Belfast Saturday Beginners Group 95 Court Street Belfast
12:15 PM Brown Bag Group Rockland Brown Bag Group 180 Limerock Street Rockland
6:00 PM S O S Group Rockland S O S Group Rockland 11 White Street Rockland
6:30 PM Searsport Group Searsport Group 7 Knox Bros Avenue Searsport
6:30 PM Camden Twelve Step Group Camden Twelve Step Group 33 Chestnut Street Camden
8:00 PM Union Closed Discussion Group Union Closed Discussion Group 31 Depot Street Union

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Lincolnville, Maine AA meetings

Lincolnville is a coastal city in Maine’s Waldo County. There are AA meetings in Lincolnville held to support those in the city with alcohol use disorder. As with other meetings around the country, AA meetings in Maine put a big emphasis on the well-established 12 Steps of AA. At first glance, somebody new to AA might be very wary of the 12 steps, especially those who are not very spiritual and do not believe in a god. After all, God is mentioned several times within the 12 steps. However, it is important to consider that AA is not associated with any one religion, sect, denomination, or faith. While the language may seem Christian-based, AA members are certainly not required at all to be Chritian. Instead, AA along with its 12 steps, asks members to consider God as a filler for whatever it is they consider as a higher power and force outside of themselves. This gives members the opportunity to see clearly that they do not have full control, an issue many believe is at the heart of alcohol use disorder. Despite the language in the 12 Steps of AA, many atheists and agnostics have benefited from attending AA. If you are looking for more than just AA meetings in Lincolnville, give our specialists a call.

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AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

Camden (9.2 Miles Away)
Rockport (13.5 Miles Away)
Belfast (15.5 Miles Away)
North Haven (20.1 Miles Away)
Castine (20.7 Miles Away)
Searsport (20.9 Miles Away)
Stockton Springs (26.2 Miles Away)
Deer Isle (27.1 Miles Away)
Sedgwick (27.2 Miles Away)
Penobscot (28.5 Miles Away)
Vinalhaven (29.5 Miles Away)
Brooks (31.3 Miles Away)

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