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Bloomer, Wisconsin AA meetings
Home of beautiful Lake Como, Bloomer, Wisconsin, offers outdoor recreation and a bustling downtown as well. There are also AA meetings in Bloomer for those struggling with the effects of alcohol use disorder (AUD). AUD is characterized by the inability to stop drinking when desired and is a chronic disease. Alcoholics Anonymous is the world’s leader in AUD recovery, and attending meetings is key to success. There are no membership dues in AA, and the only requirement is a desire to stop drinking. Since members come from all walks of life, there are meetings to accommodate different needs. Some examples of meetings are open meetings where family and friends may attend to offer support, closed meetings where only those in recovery attend, men’s and women’s only meetings, and more. If you are new to AA, you might want to start with a beginner’s meeting and explore other options that better address your needs. AA meetings rely on the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous text, though other resources are also used. The Big Book introduces the 12 Steps of AA, the backbone of the program, and most meetings include time to share what is working for each member. With this invaluable support, it’s no wonder AA meetings boast great success. Many people who are ready to stop drinking find that they also need the support of a detoxification program. Detox, inpatient, and outpatient treatment programs are available, and you can speak to a specialist who can help you find treatment information. Begin attending AA meetings, Wisconsin for a great start to your recovery.