Find AA Meetings in Sanford, Maine

Find AA meetings in Sanford, 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
12:00 PM Brown Bag Group Sanford Brown Bag Group Sanford 66 North Avenue Sanford
7:15 AM Early Bird Group Kennebunk Early Bird Group Kennebunk 114 Main Street Kennebunk
8:00 AM Beginners Group Wells Beginner's Group 236 Eldridge Road Wells
10:00 AM Step Into The Weekend Group Rochester Step Into The Weekend Group Rochester 34 South Main Street Rochester
10:00 AM Kiss Group Biddeford Kiss Group 1 Medical Center Drive Biddeford
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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Sanford, Maine AA meetings

Sanford is a York County municipality in Maine. Are you struggling with alcohol addiction? Do you or a loved one sometimes have uncontrollable cravings for alcohol and experience anxiety until this craving is satisfied? Some residents of Sanford have their experiences with this ailment. The good news is that at any point an affected individual decides to quit drinking, such a person can always seek help. AA meetings in Sanford have their doors wide open to take in as many persons with alcohol use disorders that seek long-term recovery. These meetings are part of Alcoholics Anonymous’ localized solutions in curbing alcohol use disorders among people. AA has become a global force, present in thousands of cities in different nations and millions of recovery to its name. The 12-step approach is a recovery guide followed step-by-step by members. For newer members, AA has a sponsorship structure that can pair them with members who have made significant progress to guide them and be accountability partners. This structure helps them in the beginning stages to build stability. You can call our 24-hour phone lines for addiction support. If you also seek professional treatment, our specialists can help you go about it. Check our AA meetings Maine directory on this site to find a nearby AA meeting and kickstart rehabilitation today!

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  • Find best meetings near you
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  • Get 24-hour guidance on addiction
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AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

Alfred (4.8 Miles Away)
Acton (15.1 Miles Away)
Waterboro (17.7 Miles Away)
Kennebunk (19.5 Miles Away)
Wells (20.3 Miles Away)
Milton (20.4 Miles Away)
South Berwick (23.2 Miles Away)
Farmington (23.2 Miles Away)
Biddeford (23.3 Miles Away)
Hollis (24.9 Miles Away)
Kennebunkport (25.4 Miles Away)
Ogunquit (25.7 Miles Away)

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