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Noontimers Group

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40 Highland Ave
Millinocket, ME 04462

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Types of AA Meetings

As Bill Sees It: As Bill Sees It is a collection of essays and reflections from AA’s founder, Bill W., about the organization and its purpose. The book is often referenced in AA meetings to encourage members to individually and collectively discuss their recovery.

Big Book: AA meetings in Maine often use the Big Book to spark discussions. This anthology, about real women and men who overcame alcohol use disorder, is used to inspire clients.

Daily Reflections: Daily Reflections is an AA text that compiles insight, experience, and encouragement from various members. Selected contents may be topics of discussions in AA meetings. Members can also adapt reflections into their daily activities.

Discussion: In Maine, AA discussion meetings are based around a central theme. Once the leader opens the meeting using the group’s chosen format, they will share the meeting’s topic, which normally derives from an AA text, such as the Big Book. After the leader shares a personal reflection, others can join and share their insights.

Living Sober: AA centers may have selected sessions set aside for Living Sober discussions. This text is secular in nature, and focuses on practical ways that members have used to stay sober one day at a time.

Newcomer: In Maine, AA newcomer meetings are available for individuals seeking help for alcoholism. They are geared toward people who are new to the AA program and want to learn more about what it includes. The meetings may include an open discussion or follow a more structured format.

Open: In Maine, open AA meetings are informative and accessible, welcoming alcoholics and nonalcoholics alike. The meetings include information on what the AA program entails, how the 12 step recovery model works, and what members will experience. They’re ideal for someone new to the organization as well as friends, relatives, and loved ones of those seeking support.

Step Meeting: Maine AA programs can include step meetings. In these meetings, participants compare their recovery experiences with each other and the corresponding stage in the 12 Step Program. Members then suggest ways to improve their progress for the next step.

Wheelchair Access: AA meetings in Maine may provide wheelchair access, such as the use of ramps and designated parking spaces. Non-ambulatory clients can safely navigate the center’s layout and meeting spaces.

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