Find AA Meetings in York, Maine

Find AA meetings in York, 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
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 AM WGAT Breakfast Club Group WGAT Breakfast Club Group Online Dover
7:30 AM 7 Day at 7 30 Sunrise Group 7 Day at 7:30 Sunrise Group 120 Broadway Dover
8:00 AM 3 7 11 Step Group 3 7 11 Step Group Online 580 Washington Road Rye
8:00 AM Beginners Group Wells Beginner's Group 236 Eldridge Road Wells
8:30 AM Eye Opener Group Dover Eye Opener Group Online 120 Broadway Dover
9:00 AM Saturday Morning BB Step Study Group Saturday Morning BB Step Study Group Online 22 Fox Run Rd Newington
9:00 AM Kittery Original Group Kittery Original Group 8 Whipple Road Kittery
10:00 AM Ultimatum Group Ultimatum Group 120 Broadway Dover
12:00 PM Saturday Noon Group Dover Saturday Noon Group 120 Broadway Dover
2:00 PM Afternoon Delight Group Portsmouth Afternoon Delight Group Portsmouth 129 Miller Avenue Portsmouth
6:00 PM Sat Night Commitment Group Sat Night Commitment Group 120 Broadway Dover
7:30 PM Portsmouth Original Beginner Group Portsmouth Original Beginner Group 101 Chapel Street Portsmouth

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York, Maine AA meetings

The town of York is a well-known summer resort town in York County, Maine. The AA meetings Maine hosts provide care, support, and guidance to residents with alcohol use disorders. Thanks to these AA meetings, affected residents have access to a community of individuals familiar with the challenges of recovering from alcohol use disorder and bound together by the common goal of defeating the condition permanently. The AA community is non-discriminatory, open to anyone with a desire to quit drinking. AA meetings in York are marked by a warm and friendly atmosphere where participants can freely discuss their challenges with the addiction without judgment or criticism. These meetings come in various formats and can be combined with other treatment methods for a more effective recovery. These meetings may be open or closed. In open meetings, locals and loved ones of participants are invited, while closed meetings are reserved for only individuals who wish to quit drinking. Treatment of alcohol use disorder varies, and it is best to seek professional counsel before starting any treatment programs. For more information on treatment programs near you, please call our team of experts. You can also locate AA meetings in York using the online directory.

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AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

Ogunquit (9.5 Miles Away)
Kittery (10.1 Miles Away)
New Castle (11.5 Miles Away)
Portsmouth (12.7 Miles Away)
South Berwick (15.1 Miles Away)
Wells (15.3 Miles Away)
Dover (18.5 Miles Away)
Durham (22.5 Miles Away)
Kennebunk (23.4 Miles Away)
Newmarket (25.2 Miles Away)
North Hampton (25.9 Miles Away)
Kennebunkport (26.3 Miles Away)

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