Chewelah is a city in Stevens County, Washington State that is known to have residents that are recovering from alcohol addiction. Alcohol addiction, without proper support and treatment, alcohol addiction can have far-reaching, negative impacts on a person’s life. This is one of the main reasons why supporting people in recovery must be a top priority. People that are recovering from alcohol addiction should be provided the professional help they need to overcome their addiction. Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is a fellowship of people who have recovered from alcohol addiction, who can help others in their journey to sobriety. Alcoholics Anonymous Washington State, regardless of one’s background, helps people recover from their alcohol addiction. It provides an environment where members can get the guidance they need to resolve their addiction without the fear of judgment holding them back. In order to provide consistent support, AA meetings are held regularly and in medium-sized groups. AA meetings in Chewelah follow the 12 step approach, a procedure created for the sole purpose of managing a member’s progress and possible setbacks. They can be modified and customized for each individual, taking into account each person’s circumstances and level of addiction. Even though we modify our 12 step approach, the 12 traditions are kept consistent in every meeting as they are defined in the big book – the main governing literature of Alcoholics Anonymous. We aim to help people in their recovery from alcohol addiction, so they can reclaim their sobriety.
Chewelah, Washington AA Meetings
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