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Al-Anon: help for families and friends of alcoholics.

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Maine Al-Anon and Alateen are resources for anyone impacted by a relative or friend’s alcohol dependency, either currently or in the past. Support is provided through literature and meetings, where everything shared remains confidential, as well as the identity of those attending.    

In meetings, we learn how to change our reactions to the attitudes and behaviors that commonly occur in alcoholic relationships. Literature is written by members and offers ideas on how to apply our Twelve Step program to the family disease of alcoholism. As non-professionals, we gather as equals, welcoming all who seek a healthier way to live. It is suggested that you try at least six meetings before you decide whether or not Al-Anon or Alateen can help you.

Variety of Meeting Formats

Group meetings are available In-Person, Electronically (Zoom) and via Hybrid Versions.

Go to the Maine Al-Anon Meeting List.

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Can Al-Anon help me?

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Not sure if you have been affected by alcoholism? Take this short quiz to find out. 

Quiz: Are you troubled by someone's drinking?
Quiz: Did you grow up with a problem drinker?


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  • S1  District meeting will be held first Sunday of each month at 4PM on Zoom.  Meeting ID: 971 587 7629  Password: AFG

  • S2 District meeting will be held third Wednesdays of the month at 6:00PM Meeting ID:  843 9068 7327  Password: 887647

  • C1 District Meeting will be held on the third Saturday of every other month (Jan, March, May, July, Sept, Nov) PLEASE NOTE: The January 2023 meeting will be 1/28, instead of 1/21. 11:15am on Zoom. Meeting ID: 860 6030 7974 Passcode: 808492

  • C2 District Meeting 9:30am-12:30pm, 2nd Saturday of the month at St. Mark's Episcopal, 60 Eustis Parkway, Waterville.

Alateen is a place just for teens bothered by someone else’s drinking​. During meetings, teens share with each other and learn healthy ways to care for themselves and cope with problems. 

Teens talk about what it's like to live with alcoholism

Quiz: Have you been affected by someone else's drinking?
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