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Cody, Wyoming AA meetings
Alcoholics Anonymous holds meetings in Cody (the county seat of Park County, Wyoming) open to any local with a desire to quit drinking. This results from AA’s resolve to expand its reach and help more locals beat the addiction. Thanks to these meetings, affected locals have a place they can go to share their recovery challenges and receive peer support and guidance. In these meetings, which come in numerous formats, members are taught skills and principles that facilitate long-term recovery. Participants of Wyoming AA meetings are diagnosed individuals taking defined steps towards recovery. AA meetings in Cody, employing the 12-step program, have helped many locals manage the condition. You may attend meetings independently or combined with conventional treatment methods like rehab. If you’re having problems deciding on a treatment option or finding treatment facilities, you can reach our specialists using our hotline at any time. AA meetings in Cody could be open or closed to members only, men’s or women’s only, discussion or speaker format, 12-step or beginner meetings. While open meetings can have non-members sit in, closed meetings are reserved for only those who wish to become sober or stay sober. Feel free to attend any of the meetings listed in the directory published on this site.