Are you unable to stop drinking?
Alcoholics Anonymous may be the solution you are looking for.
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Area 39’s general service link. Access information about assembly, committees, and districts. The service portal will provide all trusted servants access to provide updates, send in reports, and so much more.
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Explore our in person and online meetings across western Missouri. With our search feature, you can easily filter meetings by various criteria including location, day, time, and type of meeting.
Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of people who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.
The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for A.A. membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions. A.A. is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy, neither endorses nor opposes any causes. Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.
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Alcoholics Anonymous has been successful in helping millions of individuals worldwide to overcome alcohol addiction and maintain sobriety. The 12-step program has become a model for other addiction recovery programs and has been recognized as an effective support, action, and lifestyle option by many medical professionals. The organization’s emphasis on anonymity, honesty, and support has created a community where individuals can share their experiences and find the help, they need to achieve lasting recovery.
Alcoholics Anonymous Resources
If you find yourself unable to quit drinking, drinking more than you planned or desired, experiencing negative consequences from your drinking, or having gaps in your memory due to drinking, you might be struggling with alcoholism.
Through its public service announcements, A.A. hopes to educate the public (PSAs) to effectively convey a message of hope and life-changing opportunities to the millions who could gain from it.
Alcoholics Anonymous (A.A.) is an international fellowship of individuals who come together to support each other in their journey toward recovery from alcohol addiction.
AA Grapevine, Inc. publishes the International Journal of Alcoholics Anonymous to share the experience, strength, and hope of its members and friends on topics related to recovery, unity, and service with anyone interested in alcoholism.
AA Grapevine, since 1944, has conveyed the message of Alcoholics Anonymous through its magazines, website, and related items, with contributions from AA members and individuals invested in the program of recovery from alcoholism. It serves as a vital connection, linking one alcoholic to another.
AA La Viña ha estado difundiendo su mensaje de Alcohólicos Anónimos a aquellos interesados en alcoholismo a través de sus revistas, sitio de internet y artículos relacionados desde 1944. La Viña, diseñada para la comunidad hispanohablante de AA y aquellos interesados en el programa de recuperación de alcoholismo, es otro enlace vital que conecta a un alcohólico con otro.
If you have a loved one who struggles with alcoholism and their drinking habits are negatively impacting your life, Al-Anon Family Groups could be a suitable option for you.
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