Find AA Meetings in Veazie, Maine

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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
8:00 PM Rule 62 Group Veazie Rule 62 Group 1005 Olive St Veazie
12:00 PM The Out To Lunch Bunch Group The Out To Lunch Bunch Group 61 State Street Brewer
12:00 PM Heard It Through The Grapevine Brewer Heard It Through The Grapevine 142 Center Street Brewer
12:00 PM Fresh Start Group Bangor Fresh Start Group 120 Park Street Bangor
6:00 PM Monday Night 12 And 12 Brewer Monday Night 12 & 12 142 Center Street Brewer
7:00 PM Monday Night Dedham Meeting Monday Night Dedham Meeting 2073 Main Rd Dedham
8:00 PM Hampden 12 and 12 Group Hampden 12 and 12 Group 70 Western Avenue Hampden

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Veazie, Maine AA meetings

The town of Veazie, named after General Samuel Veazie, is in Penobscot County, Maine. AA meetings held in Maine provide residents diagnosed with alcohol use disorder (AUD) support, care, and guidance. Alcoholics Anonymous is a mutual aid community established in 1935 with the sole purpose of helping individuals with alcohol use disorder attain long-term recovery. The 12-step approach employed in the AA meetings Maine holds encourages members to acknowledge their need for help and take responsibility for their past misdemeanors. These meetings serve as a safe space where affected residents can freely talk about the condition without fear of judgment and criticism. Sometimes, they have shared experience sessions in which new and old members alike take turns talking about their experience with the addiction. Talking about these experiences helps them heal from the emotional wounds inflicted by the addiction. There are also smaller sub-group sessions and one-on-one counseling for members who prefer more intimate settings. For information on AA meetings in Veazie, you can browse through the online directory. Detoxification, non-addictive drugs, and behavioral therapy are standard methods for treating AUD. Still, you can call our team of specialists for information on the treatment programs available in your locality.

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AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

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