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What is Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)?

Alcoholics Anonymous is an international fellowship of men and women who have had a drinking problem. It is nonprofessional, self-supporting, multiracial, apolitical, and available almost everywhere. There are no age or education requirements. Membership is open to anyone who wants to do something about his or her drinking problem. (aa.org)

AA Approved Literature Pamphlets That You May Find Helpful:

Click here to view ‘This is AA – An Introduction to the AA Recovery Program’.

Click here to view ‘Information on Alcoholics Anonymous’.

Click here to view ‘Is AA for Me?’.

Click here to view ‘Is AA for You?’.

Click here to view ‘A Newcomer Asks’.

Click here to view ‘Understanding Anonymity’.

Click here to view “Do You Think You’re Different.

Click  to here to view ‘A Brief Guide to AA’

Click here to view ‘AA at a Glance’.

Click here to view ‘This is AA’.

Click here to view ‘FAQ About AA’.

Click here to view ‘Safety in AA – Our Common Welfare’.

Click here to view ‘The Twelve Steps Illustrated’.

Click here to view ‘The Twelve Traditions Illustrated’.

Click here to view ‘Q&A on Sponsorship’.

Click here to view ‘Sponsorship – A Vital Stepping-Stone To Service & Sobriety’.

Click here to view ‘Alcoholics Anonymous in Your Community’.

Click here to view ‘AA for the Black & African American Alcoholic’.

Click here to view ‘AA for the Native North American’.

Click here to view ‘Women in AA’.

Click here to view ‘Young People in AA’.

Click here to view ‘LGBTQ Alcoholics in AA’.

Click here to view ‘AA for the Older Alcoholic – Never to Late’.

Click here to view ‘Too Young?’.

Click here to view ‘A message to Teenagers’.

Click here to view ‘Access to AA – Members Share on Overcoming Barriers’.

Click here to view ‘The Co-Founders of AA’.

Click here to view ‘AA Tradition: How it Developed’.

Click here to view ‘Inside AA – Understanding the Fellowship and its Services’.

Click here to view ‘Problems Other Than Alcohol (excerpts)’.

Click here to view ‘The AA Member – Medications & Other Drugs’.

Click here to view ‘A Brief History of the Big Book’.

Click here to view ‘The Jack Alexander Article About AA’.

Click here to view ‘The God Word – Agnostic & Atheist Members in AA’‘.

Click here to view ‘Many Paths to Spirituality’.