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Casper, Wyoming AA meetings
Many residents of Casper, a city in and the county seat of Natrona County, Wyoming, struggle daily with alcohol addiction and other alcohol-related illnesses. These illnesses, caused by excess alcohol intake, can lead to more detrimental issues if not handled early. Alcoholics Anonymous is a global mutual aid community of persons diagnosed with AUD committed to helping each other attain long-term sobriety. This is achieved by a series of support meetings where members are taught the 12-steps approach using The Big Book as a guide. The Big Book is the official text used by the AA community. It was first published in the 1930s and contains the recovery stories of the first members of Alcoholics Anonymous. Wyoming AA meetings also allow new members to be sponsored by experienced members. In such cases, the experienced member becomes personally interested in the new member’s recovery, offering support and guidance when needed. You can attend AA meetings in Casper regardless of your recovery stage. They’re a great place to begin your recovery journey and are also very effective as an after-care measure. If you’d like, our specialists can help you find treatment facilities nearby. You can also locate AA meetings using the directory on this site.