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Laramie, Wyoming AA meetings
Laramie is a city in Albany County, Wyoming, where many locals suffer from alcohol use disorder and other alcohol-related illnesses. AA meetings in Laramie help locals recover by teaching them to apply the 12-step program and principles from the Big Book (AA’s primary text). In these meetings, members can freely voice their concerns and challenges regarding AUD recovery with a community that can relate to and proffers practical solutions. The Big Book, also called Alcoholics Anonymous, teaches the principles and skills AA’s earliest members used to manage the addiction and achieve long-term sobriety. The peer support meetings held in Laramie, an offshoot of Wyoming AA meetings, also give sponsorship opportunities. In sponsorship, a new member pairs with a more experienced member (usually someone who has made noteworthy recovery progress). The new member becomes accountable to the experienced member, while the more senior member becomes personally involved in the new member’s recovery process. AA meetings come in varied formats. There are open meetings where non-members are invited to attend, men’s or women’s meetings where gender-specific issues relating to AUD are discussed, and Big Book meetings that center around the Big Book and the principles it highlights. You can find any of these meetings in the directory on this site.