Find AA Meetings in Wells, Maine

Find AA meetings in Wells, 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
8:00 AM Beginners Group Wells Beginner's Group 236 Eldridge Road Wells
7:15 AM Early Bird Group Kennebunk Early Bird Group Kennebunk 114 Main Street Kennebunk
7:30 AM Forth Dimension Group Forth Dimension Group 35 South Street Biddeford
10:00 AM Kiss Group Biddeford Kiss Group 1 Medical Center Drive Biddeford
12:00 PM Brown Bag Group Sanford Brown Bag Group Sanford 66 North Avenue Sanford
12:00 PM On Time Group On Time Group 407 York Street York
7:00 PM Pass It On Group York Pass It On Group 16 Hospital Drive York
7:30 PM Kennebunk 12 and 12 Group Kennebunk 12 and 12 Group 138 York Street Kennebunk

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Wells, Maine AA meetings

Wells, a town in York County, Maine, is the third-oldest town in Maine. AA meetings in Wells have been organized to help locals diagnosed with alcohol use disorder, offering them peer group support and guidance as they navigate the recovery process. AA meetings in Wells are hosted by a community of individuals with similar challenges, united by the singular goal of defeating AUD. These meetings can be attended independently or in conjunction with treatment methods like detoxification, medication, and therapy. You can find out more about these treatment programs by calling a treatment specialist. AA meetings in Wells are non-discriminatory and open to individuals at any stage of recovery. Newly diagnosed individuals can take advantage of beginner meetings, experienced members can benefit from 12-step meetings and shared experience sessions, and individuals who have just completed the recovery process can benefit from the aftercare and lifelong support AA offers. AA meetings Maine hosts also have open sessions you can attend with your family and closed sessions conducted only for individuals diagnosed with the condition. You can be sure that the Alcoholics Anonymous community has a place for you regardless of the stage of recovery you’re in or how severe your case of AUD.

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AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

Kennebunk (4.8 Miles Away)
Ogunquit (8.5 Miles Away)
Kennebunkport (9.5 Miles Away)
York (16.5 Miles Away)
Alfred (18.4 Miles Away)
Biddeford (18.8 Miles Away)
South Berwick (21.0 Miles Away)
Saco (22.5 Miles Away)
Old Orchard Beach (26.1 Miles Away)
Dover (26.7 Miles Away)
Kittery (28.0 Miles Away)
New Castle (30.0 Miles Away)

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