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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
7:00 AM McCall Sunrise Meeting McCall Sunrise Meeting 1001 Gamble Rd McCall English   Open Meeting   Wheelchair Access
12:00 PM McCall Back to Basics McCall Back to Basics Online McCall, ID 83638 McCall English   Open Meeting
7:00 PM Back to Basics Group Back to Basics Group 506 Pine St McCall English   Open Meeting

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Council, Idaho AA Meetings

Council is a city in Adams County, Idaho. Despite a tiny population, Council has several residents who have a dependency on alcohol. Like many other areas in Idaho and across America, Council has Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meeting locations set up to give peer support to its residents who are battling alcohol dependence. Locals can find locations to AA meetings in Council with a quick search on alcoholicsanonymous.com. Our directory lists AA meetings from states throughout America, including AA meetings in Idaho. AA is a global peer support organization that concentrates on assisting people who are battling alcohol addiction. AA is informal, so it is not outfitted with clinics, nor comprises of specialist physicians or psychotherapists. All participants of AA are either recouping from alcohol addiction or have conquered the disease with the help of an AA program. There is no official authority that controls exactly how AA groups operate. The members of each group dictate how their specific group is run, typically senior members. AA is not a religious organization but welcomes individuals of all faiths and beliefs. AA is also not associated with any political party or movement. There are no requirements for entry into AA meetings outside of a willingness to fight to overcome alcohol addiction.

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