Find AA Meetings in Rockland, Maine

Find AA meetings in Rockland, 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
12:15 PM Brown Bag Group Rockland Brown Bag Group 180 Limerock Street Rockland
7:00 PM O D A A T Mens Group O D A A T Mens Group 179 Old County Road Rockland
7:00 AM Attitude Adjustment Group Camden Attitude Adjustment Group 98 John Street Camden
7:00 AM Morning Medicine Group Morning Medicine Group 200 Main Street Thomaston
8:00 AM Mixed Nuts Womens Group Mixed Nuts Women's Group 25 East Main Street Vinalhaven
6:30 PM Camden Twelve Step Group Camden Twelve Step Group 33 Chestnut Street Camden
7:00 PM Dry Dock Group Thomaston Dry Dock Group 212 Main Street Thomaston

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Rockland, Maine AA meetings

Rockland city is the county seat of Knox County in Maine. Some residents of this city have developed strong cravings for alcohol over time and experience various forms of alcohol use disorders. AA meetings in Rockland are safe spaces for affected persons to begin their rehabilitation and work towards abstaining from alcohol. These meetings are open and available across different parts is this city. You can locate one near you from our AA meetings Maine directory available on this website. AA meetings in Rockland Maine, are individual-focused and only require that residents desire to become sober from alcohol as a requirement for membership. The 12-step approach is AA’s core program. It outlines techniques that members can follow step-by-step to address the mind and body aspects of alcohol use disorder and other ailments associated with alcohol intake. Members also bond during meetings and share their experiences and wins during group discussions. Older members who have achieved significant recovery can become accountability partners and mentor newer ones. Pairing treatment programs and AA meetings is uncommon among members and finding suitable treatment facilities can be quite the task. You can call our specialists to properly explain treatment procedures and match you with appropriate treatment programs in Rockland.

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AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

Camden (11.5 Miles Away)
St. George (17.1 Miles Away)
North Haven (19.0 Miles Away)
Lincolnville (21.1 Miles Away)
Waldoboro (21.4 Miles Away)
Vinalhaven (23.1 Miles Away)
Damariscotta (32.1 Miles Away)
Bristol (35.9 Miles Away)
Belfast (36.3 Miles Away)
Deer Isle (36.9 Miles Away)
Whitefield (38.8 Miles Away)
Castine (40.4 Miles Away)

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