Find AA Meetings in Rockport, Maine

Find AA meetings in Rockport, 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
7:00 AM Morning Medicine Group Morning Medicine Group 200 Main Street Thomaston
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
12:15 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 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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Rockport, Maine AA meetings

Rockport is a Knox County town in Maine. For residents with alcohol addiction who genuinely want to quit drinking and work towards long-lasting recovery, AA meetings in Rockport have great programs for them. These meetings are support systems that are tailored to address alcohol-induced ailments and help affected persons manage them. Alcoholics Anonymous is available and active in thousands of cities globally, and AA’s 12-step approach program has gained traction among several groups. Many have made remarkable recoveries from applying its principles to various forms of addiction, not only alcohol use disorders. Finding AA meetings in Rockport is easy and straightforward. Go check our AA meetings Maine directory and find the one nearest to your home. Open AA meetings allow members to come with family and loved ones to sessions. On the other hand, closed meetings are for members alone. Here, they can have deeper conversations with a better understanding of each other, plus it guarantees anonymity for members who want it so. There is no stigmatization against individuals seeking help, and AA membership is based on a desire for sobriety from alcohol. You can call our specialists for phone support for addiction challenges. If you need help finding treatment programs, medication-supported treatments, or alcohol rehab facilities in Rockport, they can also help you out.

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AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

Rockport (3.2 Miles Away)
Lincolnville (11.5 Miles Away)
North Haven (17.8 Miles Away)
Vinalhaven (25.4 Miles Away)
Waldoboro (26.0 Miles Away)
Belfast (26.3 Miles Away)
St. George (26.9 Miles Away)
Castine (31.5 Miles Away)
Deer Isle (32.2 Miles Away)
Searsport (32.3 Miles Away)
Sedgwick (35.3 Miles Away)
Damariscotta (37.4 Miles Away)

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