Find AA meetings in Sullivan, 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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Sullivan, Maine AA meetings
The town of Sullivan, named after Daniel Sullivan and is located in Hancock County, Maine. Several residents of Sullivan have been diagnosed with alcohol use disorder (AUD), a condition characterized by alcohol misuse. Fortunately, these residents now have access to a community of individuals committed to helping each other achieve sobriety. AA meetings are held in numerous parts of Maine, Sullivan inclusive. AA meetings in Sullivan are open to any locals who wish to stop drinking, acting as a safe space where they can freely talk about the addiction experience without fear of judgment. In these meetings, individuals network with members who have had similar challenges and are now well on their way to recovery. Treatment methods of alcohol use disorders include detoxification, non addictive drugs, behavioral therapy, and counseling. It is essential that you seek medical counsel before starting any treatment routine. You can call our team of specialists if you need help locating treatment centers in your locality. The AA meetings Maine holds may be open or closed, gender-specific, candlelight, or spiritual. In some meetings, experienced members share their recovery stories. These meetings are called speaker meetings and are very effective at motivating participants. You can locate AA meetings in Sullivan using the AA directory.
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