Professionals who work with alcoholics share a common purpose with A.A.:
to help the alcoholic stop drinking.
A.A. members on our Public Information and Cooperation with the Professional Community Committee (PI/CPC) can provide you with information about A.A. upon request.
People who think they have a drinking problem are welcome to attend any A.A. meeting. They can sit and listen and learn more about recovery. Or they can share about themselves. It's completely up to them. Everyone is welcome. You don’t have to pay anything to attend.
Professionals are welcome to observe open A.A. meetings to learn more about what happens in A.A.
About A.A. is the newsletter from the General Service Office for professionals who work with alcoholics. This includes professionals in the fields of healthcare, law, corrections and clergy.
Find answers to many of the common questions people have about alcoholism and A.A.: What is alcoholism? What are the Twelve Steps? How can I tell if I am really an alcoholic? Informative reading for those seeking help with a drinking problem, as well as for their families and friends.
One of the co-founders of A.A. shares his thoughts on the status of those addicted to drugs and other substances within A.A.
A.A. has a variety of literature available as a resource for recovering alcoholics and other individuals. In the materials, you can find out more about Alcoholics Anonymous, its history, and how it works.
Are you a member who is willing to take 12 step calls? Join our Helpline! Call Doug (250)808-9577.
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