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Sekiu, Washington AA meetings
An unincorporated community and census-designated place (CDP) in Clallam County, Washington, Sekiu was first settled in 1879 by J.A. Martin. Alcoholics Anonymous programs have been put in place to provide support for residents of the community that are experiencing alcohol addiction. AlcoholicsAnonymous.com makes it easy and simple for them to locate AA meetings in Sekiu as well as other Alcoholics Anonymous Washington State meetings for other areas within the state. Alcoholics Anonymous or AA meetings have helped man people in the United States and around the world and can do exactly the same for the residents of Sekiu. AA meetings have a type of kinship whereby participants reveal a feeling of mutual pain to each other during the hour-long sessions. These meetings provide a community forum for them to share their alcohol addiction stories as well as discuss topics about the disease. This allows them to discover invaluable knowledge and insights from each other that can aid their recovery. Supporters for the members or attendees of AA meetings can join ‘open meetings.’ AA meetings do not cost to attend and are apolitical, non-religious, non-professional, and non-discriminatory. AlcoholicsAnonymous.com is constantly updated with the latest information on all the AA meetings it lists.