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Guernsey, Wyoming AA meetings
Guernsey, a town in Platte County, has several residents struggling with alcohol addiction and other illnesses caused by excessive alcohol consumption. Alcoholics Anonymous—a global mutual aid fellowship—now has peer support meetings in several locations across town to reach out to these people. Since its inception in the 1930s, Alcoholics Anonymous has helped several members beat AUD once and for all. This is achieved via frequent support group meetings, the 12 Step program, and Alcoholics Anonymous resources. In support group meetings, members have heart-to-heart discussions on the struggles of AUD recovery, finding solutions, and offering each other encouragement. The 12 Step program facilitates recovery by encouraging members to acknowledge their need for help, make up for their past mistakes, and seek to help affected persons around them. Alcoholics Anonymous (also known as the Big Book) is the official text for AA meetings. It chronicles the recovery experience of AA’s earliest members, highlighting the recovery principles they applied. You can choose to participate in AA meetings while receiving formal treatment like rehab or attend AA meetings alone. Whatever your preference, attending AA meetings in Guernsey is a step in the right direction. You can find information on Wyoming AA meetings in our online directory