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Wasilla, Alaska AA meetings
The fourth-largest city in Alaska is Wasilla, home to the famed Iditarod Sled Dog Race. Residents and visitors can find AA meetings in Wasilla to begin or continue their recovery from alcohol use disorder (AUD) by looking in our online directory. Some people across the globe struggle to free themselves from AUD. The common traits of AUD include the inability to stop or control drinking even as it damages relationships. Alcoholics Anonymous has been providing peer support to those with AUD since it was formed in 1935 by Dr. Bob and Bill W., two men who both had AUD. While the AA program hasn’t changed much over the years, people still rely on the 12 Steps of AA as a framework of self-development and growth; meetings have evolved to meet the needs of diverse individuals. There are specialized meetings, including gender-specific meetings, step meetings, LGBT meetings, and more. All participants in meetings are invited to share their recovery stories, including their experiences, strength, and hope to inspire others. Sharing helps the speaker gain clarity about a situation to see options where they may not have before. Most people with AUD cannot recover without help; AA meetings, Alaska provide that help in recovery. Some people also find it necessary and wise to participate in a formal rehab program. To learn more about rehab options, call our 24/7 helpline and request more information.