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6/1/2023 issue: Ads submitted and scheduled before 4:30PM THURSDAY, 5/25 will be included in the 6/1/2023 edition of The Courier-Gazette and The Republican Journal and the 6/6/2023 edition of The Free Press.
THE KNOX CLINIC is a volunteer based non-profit advocating for and providing free/low-cost medical, dental, prescription assistance, mental health and wellness services to the uninsured and underinsured in Knox County, plus our border towns. The clinic is located in the Bok Medical Arts Building, 22 White St., Rockland. Clinic hours: Wednesday evening, 4:45-8pm. Call for info, 207-301-6996.
MIDCOAST DEPRESSION AND BIPOLAR SUPPORT ALLIANCE. A peer run Support Group open to anyone living with Mental Health Issues, Diagnosis or Mood Disorders. Meets Thursdays 7-8:30p.m., First Universalist Church Rockland, corner of 345 Broadway and Court Street. Parking & entrance at rear of building. Presently ZOOM meetings. FMI: 505-2663 and 230-4684.
KNOX RECOVERY CENTER. RECOVERY is a process of positive change through which individuals improve their health and wellness, live a self-directed life, and strive to reach their full potential. This process applies not only to the user but to those around them. 3:30-7:30p.m. weekdays. Friends and Family Together group, Wednesday, 6:30-8p.m. Meeting space to be determined. 558-3525.
CLASSIFIED POLICY. Advertisers are advised to check their ad after publication and report to the Classified Department: Camden, 594-4401, 236-8511 or 596-0055; Belfast, 338-3333, any errors or omissions at that time. The correction will be made. Claims for error adjustment must be made immediately after placing the ad. The publisher reserves the right to reject any advertisement considered objectionable in subject matter, phraseology, or opposed to the public interest or the policy of the newspaper. No fraudulent, dishonest, or misleading ads will be knowingly published. Each advertiser who submits an advertisement shall be responsible to indemnity and hold harmless the publisher for any cost, injury, or liability imposed upon it because of the content of any advertisement submitted.
BRAIN INJURY AND STROKE SUPPORT GROUP Survivors of brain injury and stroke, their family and friends are welcome the 4th Wed. monthly from 4 to 5 p.m. at the Maine Center for Integrated Rehabilitation Rockland. Open to all, please join us! 11 Lime St., Rockland, ME. FMI: 596-7555.
Unity Area Parkinson's Support Group meets the 3rd Monday of the month at Unity Barn Raisers Community Building, 32 School St, Unity on the 3rd Monday from 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM. Free and informal. Contact Eleanor at 948-2437 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
ZOE, A WOMEN'S CENTER: Finding out you are pregnant, especially when you didn't expect it, can be scary and leave you full of uncertainty. But you don't have to walk through this time alone! Zoe, A Women's Center is here to come alongside you by providing evidence-based information on your options. We want each person who walks into our Center to feel seen and heard. Our desire is to meet you where you are. All services are free and confidential. 1056 Commercial Street, Rockport, Maine 04856. Monday-Thursday 12:30pm-5pm. 207-594-1616 www.zoeawomenscenter.org.
HAVING TROUBLE STAYING AWAY FROM A DRINK. Looking for help? Alcoholics Anonymous is here for you. Statewide virtual meetings listed at csoaamaine.org or www.maineaa.org . AA Hotline: 800-737-6237
Parkinson's Support Group. This group is open to those with Parkinson's Disease and their care givers for informational and supportive programs about living with Parkinson's Disease. The group has been welcomed to use the meeting room of the Seventh Day Adventist Church at 132 Camden Street in Rockport and meets the second Monday of each month at noon. For more information call Cassie Walters at 207-596-3978.
OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS. Is food an issue for you? Friday noon OA, meeting by phone and in person, First Baptist Church, 95 High St., Belfast, Call, 207-382-6446.
Do you spend more than $3 dollars a week on tickets? Do you watch sports because you have money on the game? Does someone you care about get really upset over losses, or have a weekly ritual of spending? Is it a struggle to stop despite negative outcomes? Join us for support and positive discussions. Get ideas to help. Connect with others. Topic: Gambling Awareness and Support Time: Wednesdays 630-730pm Location: 9 Field St Suite 103, Belfast ME Or Join via Zoom Meeting Meeting ID: 883 9451 4676 Passcode: 295298 Sponsored by: Searsport Counseling Associates, Belfast ME Hosted by: Kirsten Webb 207-322-1829
OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS. Saturday OA, 10:30am, St. Peter's Episcopal Church, 11 White St., Rockland. Call Jill 207-593-6265 or Pam at 207-236-2421.
KNOX AA BROWN BAG GROUP. 12:15 Monday-Saturday, Rockland Congregational Church, 180 Limerock Street. Open Discussion Meeting. AA Hotline, 800-737-6237, has the most recent information available on meetings.
ALL BRIDGE PLAYERS INVITED! If you play bridge, beginner to master, we invite you to join us on Wednesday afternoons, for a game of duplicate in a social, informal, and very enjoyable setting of neighbors and friends. We are hoping to expand our numbers and meet some new people who share our love of the game. If you are new to bridge, this is an ideal place for you to sharpen your skills and get some pointers from some who excel at it. If you've been away from bridge for a time and would like to get back into it, we'd love to have you. And, if you happen to be a seasoned pro, we would be delighted to learn from you. We play every Wednesday, from 12 Noon to about 4 pm, in the reception hall at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church on Court Street in Belfast. If you have an interest and would like to know more, please call Fay Cunningham at 207-548-2407.
ALATEEN: a part of the Al-Anon Family Groups, is a fellowship of young people (age 12+) whose lives have been affected by someone else's drinking. Every Monday at First Baptist Church, 95 High St., Belfast, 3-4pm. FMI: https://www.maineafg.org/alateen
AL-ANON MEETINGS Knox County. There are numerous meetings throughout the week at different times. More info and current schedule at https://www.maineafg.org .
Narcotics Anonymous A 12-Step group for people who have or think they may have a drug problem. For meeting times and locations call 800-974-0062 or visit www.namaine.org.
CELEBRATE RECOVERY Christ-centered 12-Step Recovery Program, Thurs., 6 p.m. First Baptist Church of Waldoboro (childcare provided). FMI: 207-832-7659 or email@example.com
TAKE CONTROL! FIND OUT YOUR HIV STATUS Confidential testing available at Family Planning Association of Maine for an appointment call: Rockland: 594-3114 Belfast: 338-3736
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS MEETINGS District 16. SUNDAY - 1 pm SUNDAY SUNSHINE - C/D/A St. Margaret Episcopal Church, left side basement, elevator available, 95 Court St. Belfast. 5pm BACK TO BASICS. O/LT/A United Christian Church, Community Center, 18 Searsmont Ave. Lincolnville Center. 7pm SEARSPORT GROUP O/D/A First Congregational Church, 7 Knox Brothers Rd., Searsport. MONDAY - 7am ATTITUDE ADJUSTMENT D/A St. Margaret Episcopal Church, left side basement, elevator available. 95 Court St., Belfast. 6pm FRESH START C/W/B/D First Baptist Church, 95 High St., Belfast, parking & wheelchair ramp behind church. 7pm CIRCLE GROUP O/D Varney Building, 15 Purple Heart Highway Rt 139, Brooks In the building next to the church. TUESDAY - 7am ATTITUDE ADJUSTMENT D/A St. Margaret Episcopal Church, left side basement, elevator available. 95 Court St., Belfast. 12:15pm BACK TO BASICS. O/D/A United Christian Church, Community Center, 18 Searsmont Ave. Lincolnville Center. 6pm HAPPY HOUR GV/O/D/A St. Margaret Episcopal Church, left side basement, elevator available 95 Court St., Belfast. 7pm LIBERTY SERENITY GROUP O/B/A Liberty Community Building, 3 Serenity Lane, Liberty, park in front, meeting on first floor. WEDNESDAY - 7am ATTITUDE ADJUSTMENT D/A St. Margaret Episcopal Church, left side basement, elevator available. 95 Court St., Belfast. 7:30pm OFF THE WALL STEP GROUP ST/TR/BB/D/A First Baptist Church, 95 High St., Belfast handicapped ramp & parking in back of church. THURSDAY - 7am ATTITUDE ADJUSTMENT D/A St. Margaret Episcopal Church, left side basement, elevator available. 95 Court St., Belfast. 6:30 pm PASS IT ON O/TD/A St. Margaret Episcopal Church, left side basement, elevator available. 95 Court St., Belfast. FRIDAY - 7am ATTITUDE ADJUSTMENT D/A S t. Margaret Episcopal Church, left side basement, elevator available. 95 Court St., Belfast. 12:15pm BACK TO BASICS. O/D/A United Christian Church, Community Center, 18 Searsmont Ave. Lincolnville Center. 6pm DOWN N' BACK O/LT/D Town Office, 7 Station St., Stockton Springs park behind town office, meet in basement. SATURDAY - SATURDAY NOON BEGINNERS GROUP B/D/A St. Margaret Episcopal Church left side basement, elevator available 95 Court St., Belfast. Masks are REQUIRED at some meetings. FMI: 1-800-737-6237 24 hours day or night www.aamaine.org
FOOD ADDICTS IN RECOVERY ANONYMOUS. Trouble controlling the way you eat? There is a solution. www.foodaddicts.org or 207-775-2132.
MID COAST "Fellowship of the Spirit" 12-Step Study Group. Sat., 7:30-8:30am. Online, open meeting to anyone interested in a 12-step program, whether addicted to a substance or not. The meeting is continuous, so you may join at any time. Zoom ID - 871 5919 3196 Passcode - BigBook20 If dialing in on a cell phone, the Passcode is 450232491 FMI: Brian Callahan, 207-505-5266.