Find AA meetings in Stonington, 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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Stonington, Maine AA meetings
Stonington town is situated in Hancock County, Maine. For residents facing struggles with alcohol addiction, AA meetings in Stonington can help them begin rehab, and those already undergoing treatment programs can join too to supplement their programs. There is no time too late to seek help from alcohol addiction, and this ailment can be treated and managed. Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of people with alcohol use disorders working towards one goal: staying sober from alcohol and achieving long-lasting recovery. Members follow AA’s 12-step approach program to address the physical and mind-induced effects of this lifestyle-related ailment and give a holistic approach to curbing alcohol addiction. AA holds closed meetings for participants to share their experiences and challenges and receive assistance, motivation, and coping mechanisms from older members who have made significant progress to aid their recovery. Look up our AA meetings Maine directory on this site to find nearby AA meetings in your locality. There is no discrimination against members, or competition, or segregation. Instead, members form accountability groups, especially for newer members, and have aftercare programs to build more productive and fulfilling lifestyles. Call our specialists for addiction support and to help you find suitable alcohol rehab facilities in Stonington.
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