WYOMING AREA 76
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Beyond Area 76
Supporting A.A. worldwide is the main Alcoholics Anonymous page.
Also called the AA’s meeting in print, is the international journal of Alcoholics Anonymous.
A mutual support program for people whose lives have been affected by someone else’s drinking.
Supporting group for worldwide Al-Anon.
> Area 76 Hotline Numbers <
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- Cody Group: 307-587-3024
- District Contact: 406-671-8923
- District Hotline: 307-429-0672
- Kaycee Meeting: 707-688-8803
- Gillette Hotline: 307-686-6107
- Hulett: 307-467-5205 or
- Moorcroft: 307-660-3361
- Newcastle: 307-269-0211
- Sundance: 307-283-2514 or
- Upton: 307-689-3000
- District 4 Hotline: 307-733-5322
- Alpine: 307-699-1928
- Pinedale: 307-749-3040
- Riverton AA Group: 307-463-2853 or 307-857-1400
- Riverton New Beginnings Group: 307-851-6014
- Riverton Fresh Air Group: 406-425-0892
- Riverton Acceptance Group: 307-852-4839
- Lander Group: 307-332-0394 or 307-871-3204
- Lander Sinks Canyon Group: 307-332-5570
- Pavillion Group: 307-709-0070
- St. Stephens Group: 307-840-5234
- District 6 Hotline: 307-333-0769
- District 7 Hotline: 307-288-6762
- District 8 Hotline: 307-362-8421
- District 9 Hotline: 307-324-8871
- District 10 Hotline: 307-399-0590
- Lusk AA Group: 307-216-0271, 307-340-1546, 307-340-0105
- Guernsey AA Group: 307-575-3429 or 307-575-0271
- Wheatland Living Sober Group: 774-229-6141, 307-331-4903, 307-322-9558
- Yoder AA Group: 307-996-7218, 307-532-6216, 970-702-3233, 307-532-0989
- Torrington 12th Gate Group: 307-690-7151, 308-631-6994
- District 12 Hotline: 307-632-7706
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The Big Book
Also known as the “Big Book,” presents the A.A. program for recovery from alcoholism. First published in 1939, its purpose was to show other alcoholics how the first 100 people of A.A. got sober. Now translated into over 70 languages, it is still considered A.A.’s basic text.
Area 76 Alcoholics Anonymous
If you think you have a problem with drinking, or know someone who does, we can help. The primary purpose of Alcoholics Anonymous is to help the alcoholic who is still suffering. If you are experiencing a medical emergency, please contact your local hospital or health care provider. To contact someone in Alcoholics Anonymous, please visit our Find A Meeting page, and click on the city or district nearest you. This will provide meeting locations, meeting times, and phone numbers to contact someone nearest you for help.
This website also provides information pertinent to members of AA in Area 76 and the public/media at large who are simply looking for details regarding the service structure in Area 76 of Alcoholics Anonymous.