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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
7:00 AM Camden Attitude Adjustment Group Camden Area 98 John St Camden Closed Meeting   Discussion   English +   Wheelchair Access
8:30 AM Camden 12 Step “Lets Do The Work” step study Camden 12 Step Group 29 Chestnut St Camden Big Book   English   Open Meeting +   Step Meeting
9:00 AM Tropical Meeting Group Tropical Meeting Group Online Bangor, ME 04401 Bangor English   Open Meeting   Speaker
9:00 AM Step Sisters Ellsworth 8 Old Mill Rd Ellsworth English   Open Meeting   Step Meeting +   Women's Meeting
9:30 AM Bar Harbor Eye Opener Group Northeast Harbor 5 Kimball Rd Mount Desert Discussion   English   Open Meeting
9:30 AM Penobscot Big Book Step Study Brewer 142 Center St Brewer Big Book   English   Open Meeting +   Step Meeting
10:00 AM Step Sisters Meeting Ellsworth Step Sisters Meeting Corner of High St. and Main St. Ellsworth Open Meeting   Secular   Women's Meeting
10:00 AM Stark Raving Sober Group Blue Hill 79 Main St Blue Hill Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
10:00 AM Stark Raving Sober Group Blue Hill Stark Raving Sober Group 75 Main street Blue Hill Open Meeting
11:00 AM Searching Souls Group Bangor 703 Essex St Bangor Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
12:00 PM Noon Timers Group Ellsworth 8 Old Mill Rd Ellsworth Discussion   English   Open Meeting
12:00 PM Beginners Meeting Brewer Beginners Meeting 142 Center Street Brewer Discussion   Grapevine   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
12:00 PM Saturday Beginners Group Belfast Area 95 Court St Belfast Discussion   English   Newcomer +   Open Meeting   Wheelchair Access
12:00 PM Bangor Waterfront Park Meeting Park Meeting Williams Park, 57 Newbury St Bangor Discussion   English   Temporary Closure
12:00 PM Rule 62 Group Bucksport Rule 62 Group 181 Franklin Street Bucksport Discussion   Lesbian   Open Meeting +   Secular
3:00 PM Just for Today Indian Island Just for Today Online Penobscot Reservation, ME Old Town Daily Reflections   Discussion   English +   Newcomer   Open Meeting
6:00 PM Stonington-Deer Isle Group Stonington 6 Memorial Ln Stonington Big Book   English   Literature +   Open Meeting   Speaker
6:00 PM Saturday Night Live Group Ellsworth 8 Old Mill Rd Ellsworth Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
6:00 PM Freedom For Today Group Brewer 142 Center St Brewer Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Speaker   Wheelchair Access
6:30 PM Camden 12 Step Beginners Meeting Camden 12 Step Group 33 Chestnut St Camden 12 Steps & 12 Traditions   Big Book   Discussion +   English   Open Meeting   Wheelchair Access

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Dedham, Maine AA Meetings

Dedham is a town in Hancock County, Maine; the city includes the site of a Cold War airplane crash on Bald Mountain. If you live or work in Hancock County and have an alcohol addiction, AA meetings Maine offer an opportunity to adopt a solid, sober support system. Our online directory of AA meetings in Dedham is available 24/7. Alcoholics Anonymous is a 12 Step addiction recovery program that has helped millions of people across the globe get sober and stay sober long-term. What are the 12 Steps, and how do they help recovering people get sober? An integral part of Alcoholics Anonymous is going through or “working” the 12 Steps. Every member will work the Steps differently. This is because each individual has a unique journey that led them to recovery, so they will also have a different recovery process. The 12 Steps were written by the AA founders as a set of spiritual principles to be worked with a sponsor (mentor). For most AA members, a sponsor is a person who serves as a close confidant, often considered a best friend. A sponsor is someone you trust to guide you through the 12 Steps to get sober and maintain long-term sobriety.

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