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Door County, Wisconsin AA meetings
Often described as the “Cape Cod of the Midwest,” Door County, Wisconsin, is a sought-after vacation destination. As lovely as it is, residents of Door County are not immune to the impact of alcohol use disorder (AUD). The hallmarks of this chronic disease include uncontrolled drinking and the painful effects it causes. If you are ready to begin or continue your recovery journey, check our online directory for AA meetings in Door County. Alcoholics Anonymous is the leader in helping people recover from AUD across the globe, with meetings of like-minded folks offering support and fellowship in various gatherings. Many groups use the 12 Steps of AA to assist each member in steadily working toward self-improvement. Membership is free in AA, with the only requirement being a desire to stop drinking. There is a range of unique meetings offered, from open meetings anyone may attend to closed meetings for those in recovery only, LGBT meetings, meetings for beginners, and more. Almost all meetings include a time for members to share their experiences in recovery, and all members are encouraged to share when they are comfortable doing so. When attending AA meetings Wisconsin, you’ll find a group of people with experiences that will inspire and support you on your recovery journey. Attending AA meetings is an essential component in healing from AUD, but some people find that in addition to meetings they need a formal rehab program as well. Rehab may include a detox program and inpatient or outpatient treatment programs. Call our helpline and speak to a specialist to find out about programs suitable for you.