Cascade, Idaho AA Meetings

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Cascade is a rural city in the county seat of Valley County, Idaho. Even with a very small population, the city has a background of alcohol addiction. To help its locals who are dealing with alcohol addiction, the city has established AA meetings in Cascade. AA, or Alcoholics Anonymous, is a group support organization that specializes in helping people with alcohol dependence to full recovery. AA meetings are primarily “therapy sessions” where individuals that depend on alcohol gather in one place and provide peer support to each other. There are several types of AA meetings such as “Open”, “Closed” and “ID meetings.” “Open AA meetings” are gatherings where anyone is welcomed to participate in regardless if they have an alcohol dependency or not. “Closed AA meetings” conferences are limited to individuals who need help for alcohol dependency. There are also various types of discussion meetings such as “Steps meetings” where the ‘Twelve Steps’ program is discussed in detail. The amount of individuals that attend AA meetings varies significantly. In cities, a normal AA meeting might have a minimum of ten to twenty participants. While big meetings can have fifty or more attendees. For remote areas, meetings sometimes have only a handful of participants. Like various other AA meetings in Idaho, AA meetings in Cascade are listed on

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