Salkum, which means “boiling water,” got its name from a nearby series of waterfalls on Mill Creek. The rural unincorporated community located in Lewis County, Washington, has placed Alcoholics Anonymous locations in its community to offer assistance to residents who are struggling with an addiction to alcohol. Alcoholics Anonymous, which is guided by its 12-Steps principle, provides peer support to people who have a dependency on alcohol. It has helped millions of people around the world overcome alcohol addiction. Several scientific studies have discovered that people who receive assistance from AA programs have higher recovery rates. Research have also revealed that the more an individual participates in AA programs the better chance they have at attaining long-term sobriety. One of the many reasons why AA has been very effective is its 12-Steps principle, which encourages members to hold themselves accountable for their addiction and responsible for their recovery. It also promotes a spiritual transformation through consistent prayer and meditation. However, AA is not a religious organization. It is also non-discriminatory, non-political, and free to attend, as long as there is a desire to quit drinking. If you reside in Salkum you can find the locations of AA meetings in Salkum on AlcoholicsAnonymous.com. The directory also lists AA meetings from states across America including Alcoholics Anonymous Washington State.
Salkum, Washington AA Meetings
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