Alcoholics Anonymous

 

Alcoholics Anonymous (A.A.) is a fellowship of men and women that have admitted to themselves and each other that they are powerless over
their addiction to alcohol.  They are a group of recovering alcoholics that meet regularly to help one another in recovery.  The only requirement for membership is the desire to stop drinking.

 

Details for Alcoholics Anonymous 

Website: www.alcoholics-anonymous.org.uk

 

Local rate AA National Helpline:  0800 917 7650

 

Find a A.A. meeting near you:  http://www.alcoholics-anonymous.org.uk/?PageID=2

 

Click here to read an introduction to Alcoholics Anonymous, their principles, history and fundamental beliefs.

http://www.alcoholics-anonymous.org.uk/newcomers/?PageID=76

 

Click here to find your regional Alcoholics Anonymous Office.  They will be able to give you up to the minute information on meetings in your town.

www.aa-gb.org.uk/regex.shtml

 

Disclaimer.

Rehab Guide is not an agent nor specific advocate for Alcoholics Anonymous.  We receive no revenue for providing the above links. Rehab Guide understands that opinions vary on the subject of successful recovery from alcohol dependency.   The views and opinions shared on the aforementioned sites are the views of the sites themselves and their members.  Rehab Guide is not responsible for the truthfulness or accuracy of any information reported on the aforementioned sites.

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