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Alpine, Wyoming AA meetings
Alpine is a town in Lincoln County, Wyoming, with its fair share of locals who battle AUD daily. Alcohol use disorder (AUD) is a relapsing condition characterized by emotional dependence on alcohol intake. Wyoming AA meetings cater to individuals diagnosed with AUD, leading them down a path of self-discovery and reflection that allows them to take responsibility and be more accountable for their actions. This is achieved via the 12-step approach and the Big Book—Alcoholic Anonymous’ main text. The Big Book, also known as Alcoholics Anonymous, is a record of the recovery experiences of the first members of AA. It supplies principles still relevant to AUD recovery today, more than eighty years after it was written. AA meetings have different formats. Open meetings allow non-members to contribute as a show of support. In speaker meetings, an experienced member takes center stage, sharing their recovery story to encourage other members. Men’s or women’s meetings are where issues of a particular gender are expressed and discussed. Other meeting variants include closed meetings, discussion meetings, 12-step meetings, candlelight meetings, spiritual meetings, and Big Book meetings. You can join the AA community by attending any of the AA meetings in Alpine listed in the online directory.