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Panguitch, Utah AA meetings
Named for the Southern Paiute word meaning “big fish,” Panguitch, Utah is surrounded by natural bodies of water home to schools of rainbow trout, including the lake by the same name, and is in close proximity to Bryce Canyon National Park. If you have alcohol addiction, one of the services you can find without leaving the natural beauty of Panguitch is regular Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings. AA meetings in Panguitch a peer-facilitated support groups intended to help individuals get and stay abstinent from alcohol. AA members help each other on their personal recovery journeys using the principles that the organization’s founders used to find their own sobriety, which were originally published in the book Alcoholics Anonymous—now called the Big Book—and that have been adapted into programs like the 12 Steps of AA. Since their publication, these principles have helped many people navigate many stages of sobriety and form discreet, supportive communities across the country. AA may be used alone or alongside other alcohol addiction treatment services. Learn more about services near Panguitch by calling to speak to an addiction treatment specialist. You can view a list of upcoming AA meetings Utah residents and visitors can attend, including 12-step meetings, in Panguitch in the directory.