Find AA Meetings in Orland, Maine

Find AA meetings in Orland, 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
12:30 PM Top Of The Hill Group Orland Top Of The Hill Group 90 School House Road Orland
7:30 PM Village Riverside Group Village Riverside Group 24 Narramissic Drive Orland
7:30 PM Riverside Group Orland Riverside Group Narramissic Drive Orland
12:00 PM The Out To Lunch Bunch Group The Out To Lunch Bunch Group 61 State Street Brewer
12:00 PM Heard It Through The Grapevine Brewer Heard It Through The Grapevine 142 Center Street Brewer
12:00 PM Noon Timers Group Ellsworth Noon Timers Group 8 Old Mill Road Ellsworth
12:30 PM CU Group CU Group 181 Franklin Street Bucksport
6:00 PM Monday Night 12 And 12 Brewer Monday Night 12 & 12 142 Center Street Brewer
7:00 PM Serenity By The Bay Serenity By The Bay 57 Water Street Blue Hill
7:00 PM Monday Night Dedham Meeting Monday Night Dedham Meeting 2073 Main Rd Dedham
8:00 PM Hampden 12 and 12 Group Hampden 12 and 12 Group 70 Western Avenue Hampden

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Orland, Maine AA meetings

Orland is a Hancock County town in Maine. With many residents battling alcohol addiction, AA meetings in Orland can help them begin or continue their recovery and ease their addiction-induced struggles. Alcoholics Anonymous, since its inception in the 1930s, has been a safe space where people with alcohol addiction can engage in helpful programs and receive peer support without stigmatization or judgment. Alcohol addiction affects both old and young alike, and no time is too late for affected individuals to decide to quit this lifestyle-related ailment. AA meetings Maine hosts help them act on these decisions. Attempting recovery without support can be quite a daunting task, considering that programs may be lifelong, and relapses are not uncommon during addiction recovery. With AA meetings, members regularly hold group discussions, keep each other in check, address their struggles, and share their wins. They follow the 12-step approach program as guidelines, which has one of the highest success rates globally for alcohol addiction recovery. There is a sponsorship structure where newer members can benefit from older members who have achieved significant improvements. Professional treatment also helps in the long run and in building stability. Our specialists offer phone support and can help you find available programs within Orland.

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AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

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Penobscot (12.1 Miles Away)
Stockton Springs (13.0 Miles Away)
Blue Hill (17.8 Miles Away)
Orrington (18.4 Miles Away)
Searsport (19.3 Miles Away)
Dedham (19.6 Miles Away)
Hampden (19.9 Miles Away)
Castine (20.6 Miles Away)
Ellsworth (23.6 Miles Away)
Sedgwick (24.1 Miles Away)

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