Find AA Meetings in Waldoboro, Maine

Find AA meetings in Waldoboro, 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 Morning Medicine Group Morning Medicine Group 200 Main Street Thomaston
12:15 PM Brown Bag Group Rockland Brown Bag Group 180 Limerock Street Rockland
6:00 PM Eleventh Step Group Newcastle Eleventh Step Group 11 Glidden Street Newcastle
7:00 PM O D A A T Mens Group O D A A T Mens Group 179 Old County Road Rockland
7:00 PM Dry Dock Group Thomaston Dry Dock Group 212 Main Street Thomaston

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Waldoboro, Maine AA meetings

The town of Waldoboro, which was incorporated in 1773, is in Lincoln County, Maine. Alcoholics Anonymous(AA) is a mutual aid fellowship established in 1935 to help people struggling with alcohol addiction achieve long-term sobriety. To reach out to more of such individuals in America, AA has set up several support groups all over the country-AA meetings Maine inclusive. In these meetings, which are characterized by a sense of solidarity, participants with similar challenges network with each other, with more experienced members offering guidance as they all navigate the path to recovery. AA meetings in Waldoboro-one of the meetings Maine holds-may be attended independently or combined with other treatment methods. Methods of treating AUD include detoxification, non-addictive drugs, behavioral therapy, and counseling. It is advised that you seek professional counsel before starting any treatment method. You can also reach out to a treatment specialist for information on treatment programs available in your vicinity. In these meetings, members have sessions where they can freely talk about their ordeals with the addiction, an activity known to facilitate emotional healing. Other meeting formats are open meetings, closed meetings, candlelight meetings, and spiritual meetings. You can locate any of the AA meetings Maine hosts using the directory on this site.

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AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

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Damariscotta (11.5 Miles Away)
Bristol (18.7 Miles Away)
St. George (19.5 Miles Away)
Whitefield (22.4 Miles Away)
Wiscasset (25.4 Miles Away)
Camden (26.2 Miles Away)
Lincolnville (30.4 Miles Away)
Boothbay (31.9 Miles Away)
Augusta (33.3 Miles Away)
Gardiner (35.0 Miles Away)
China (37.0 Miles Away)

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