Resources about alcoholism and the abuse of alcohol
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Your AA online chat (24/7) and online AA meeting
destination (nightly 10pm EST/GMT -4) - 'Hope is spoken
Extensive history about the people and events involved in the
history of Alcoholics Anonymous. Has many materials from
Dick B's website at www.dickb.com.
Archive of many audio recordings of A.A. speakers, including
Bill W., co-founder of Alcoholics Anonymous. These are all
free to download and listen to. You can also rate the
The Addiction Recovery Guide assists individuals struggling
with drug addiction and alcoholism find help that best suits
their needs. From evaluation to residential treatment, we
have selected a range of outstanding programs and resources.
To seek online ...
The official site for the Al-Anon and Alateen programs
"For over 50 years, Al-Anon (which includes Alateen for
younger members) has been offering hope and help to families
and friends of alcoholics. It is estimated that each
alcoholic affects the lives ...
Official site of the Alcohlics Anonymous World Services
Organization. This was the original 12 step recovery program
that was started in the 1930s. The site contains the latest
version of the Big Book, which was the original text for the
12 step program. ...
1316 N Campbell Road, Royal
Founded over 30 years ago in Livonia Michigan by long term
sobriety members of AA, Alcoholics for Christ is a 12 step
Christ centered recovery way of life. Whom the Son sets Free
is Free indeed. John 8:36. AC has meetings operating nightly
in dozens of st ...
Telephone1-800-441-7877 Detroit (248) 399 - 9955
About.com has numerous resources about alcoholism, including
topics like "Alcoholism 101", "Do You Have a
Problem?", "Find Support Group Meetings",
"How to Stop Alcohol and Drugs", and "12 Step
Web site for the American Council on Alcoholism, covering
many aspects of alcoholism, including articles, tests and
resources about alcoholism and a database of meeting
locations and an 800 help hotline for alcoholism.
"ACA is dedicated to educating t ...
Background study and online questions about working through
each of the 12 steps (plus step 0!), as well as essays on
other topics in recovery.
This is a very extensive site about the history of Alcoholics
Anonymous and especially as it pertains to how it was
influenced by the Bible and Christian movements and
The e (as in electronic or virtual) group of Alcoholics
Anonymous. They have chat rooms, links, and many other
resources related to A.A.
Basic resources for A.A. meetings and recovering alcoholics,
including the Lord's prayer, preamble for meetings, 12
traditions, how it works and so forth.
"The core aim of the Institute is to serve the public
interest on public policy issues linked to alcohol, by
advocating for the use of scientific evidence in
policy-making to reduce alcohol-related harm. The Institute
does not have a view on whether indi ...
Online meetings for Alcoholics Anonymous (A.A.). The Online
Intergroup of Alcoholics Anonymous® was formed to
serve all online AA® Groups in the rapidly growing
online Fellowship. OIAA is composed of elected
representatives of those online AA grou ...
Takes a strong Christian approach to dealing with overcoming
various addictive behaviors, from pornography and sexual
addictions to food, gambling, nicotine/smoking, alcohol and
substance abuse. Approach is based on taking a free online
course over an ext ...
Several resources for recovery from Alcoholism, especially as
regards the history of A.A. Dr. Silkworth was the medical
doctor who wrote the Doctor's Opinion in the Big Book of
Alcoholics Anonymous, and so this site is in honor of him.
The site has ...
555 Washington Ave, Miami
"Although we are a relatively new site here at the AA
Blog (TheAABlog.com), we are working hard everyday to bring
our readers the latest in Alcoholics Anonymous news, updates
on medications for alcoholism, the 12 steps of AA and much,