Bangor/Brewer Friendly Group

St. Johns Episcopal Church
Sunday
7:00 PM

Early Bird Step Group

Hope House (ARC)
Sunday
9:00 AM

Fresh Start Group

Unitarian Universalist Church
Monday
12:00 PM

Bangor Big Book Group

St. Johns Episcopal Church
Monday
7:00 PM

Beginners Encouragement

Hope House (ARC)
Monday
7:00 PM

Starting Over Group

Penobscot County Jail
Monday
7:30 PM

Veazie Discussion Group

Veazie Community Center
Monday
8:00 PM

Early Bird Group

Hope House (ARC)
Monday
7:30 AM

Fresh Start Group

Unitarian Universalist Church
Tuesday
12:00 PM

Living Sober

Osprey Room Acadia Hospital
Tuesday
12:00 PM

Reflections Group

Grace United Methodist Church
Tuesday
7:00 PM

Early Bird Group

Hope House (ARC)
Tuesday
7:30 AM

Fresh Start Group

Unitarian Universalist Church
Wednesday
12:00 PM

Living in the Solution

Congregational Church
Wednesday
12:00 PM

Beginners Big Book Group

Hope House (ARC)
Wednesday
7:00 PM

New Start Group

Penobscot County Jail
Wednesday
7:30 PM

Early Bird Group

Hope House (ARC)
Wednesday
7:30 AM

Fresh Start Group

Unitarian Universalist Church
Thursday
12:00 PM

Living Sober

Osprey Room Acadia Hospital
Thursday
12:00 PM

Bangor Big Book Group

Pathway Wesleyan Church
Thursday
7:00 PM

capeheart discussion group

capeheart community center
Thursday
8:00 PM

Early Bird Group

Hope House (ARC)
Thursday
7:30 AM

Fresh Start Group

Unitarian Universalist Church
Friday
12:00 PM

k.i.s.s. group

Hope House (ARC)
Friday
7:00 PM

Early Bird Group

Hope House (ARC)
Friday
7:30 AM

Searching Souls Group

Husson College
Saturday
11:00 AM

Early Bird Group

Hope House (ARC)
Saturday
8:00 AM

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Alcoholics Anonymous is a collective of international mutual aid fellowships made up of individuals who are dedicated to helping one another achieve a life of freedom from alcohol use disorder. More commonly referred to as AA, the organization was founded in 1935 and popularized the first 12-step program for overcoming alcohol addiction. These 12 steps are a group of principles that are aimed at dispelling the obsession to drink alcohol in order to help individuals live happier and fuller lives.

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