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Cable, Wisconsin AA meetings
The northern town of Cable, Wisconsin, is known as “Trail Town USA” due to many ski, mountain bike, and snowmobile trails in the forest surrounding the town. For those looking for AA meetings in Cable, use our convenient online directory. Alcoholics Anonymous meetings have been helping people across the country, and the world, walk the healing path of recovery from alcohol use disorder (AUD) since 1935. A defining characteristic of AUD is the inability of a person to stop drinking on their own. AUD recovery is the topic of AA meetings, where members gather regularly to share what’s working for them and the struggles they face. There are no membership fees in AA, and the only membership requirement is a desire to stop drinking. Since those with AUD are a diverse population, AA has created meetings to meet more individual needs. Some meetings focus on the Big Book of AA, long trusted to teach the 12 Steps of AA, a self-improvement program of spiritual development. Other meeting types are closed meetings open only to those in recovery, open meetings open to family and friends, men’s and women’s meetings, Beginners’, and more. Newcomers participate as soon as they are ready but may choose to listen only. Some folks find that getting a solid start in recovery includes a structured rehab program; this might be a detox facility, inpatient, or outpatient treatment program. To get more information on treatment programs, call our helpline and speak to a specialist. Recovery from AUD is facilitated by regularly attending AA meetings, Wisconsin and taking part in the fellowship of Alcoholics Anonymous.