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Gillette, Wyoming AA meetings
The city of Gillette, founded in 1891, is the county seat of Campbell County, Wyoming. Alcoholics Anonymous has established Wyoming AA meetings in Gillette where locals diagnosed with AUD can receive the guidance and support necessary for recovery. These meetings are characterized by a warm and friendly atmosphere where members can discuss the issues plaguing them and offer solutions to them while applying the principles learned from the 12-step program and the Big Book (Alcoholics Anonymous’ primary text). The 12-step approach is a self-help initiative that guides individuals along the path of recovery by encouraging them to reflect on their actions, take responsibility for their mistakes, and strive to share the gospel of AA with as many affected persons as they can. The Big Book (also called Alcoholics Anonymous) records the earliest AA members’ principles in overcoming AUD. AA meetings in Gillette come in different formats structured to meet the recovery needs of its members. Meetings like discussion meetings allow members to voice their opinions on the topics of the day. Other types of meetings, including gender-sensitive meetings, enable members to discuss matters they would not be comfortable discussing in a mixed-gender setting. You can find any of these meetings using the directory on this site.