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“When anyone, anywhere, reaches out for help, I want the hand of AA always to be there,” says AA’s Responsibility Declaration.
There are over two million members of Alcoholics Anonymous worldwide in over 180 countries. So there is a good chance that somewhere in the world a meeting is going on right now.
You can find a meeting in your area very simply:
- Check your phone book for local listings of Alcoholics Anonymous. They can tell you when and where meetings are held in your area.
- Use the online AA directory to find meetings in the U.S. and Canada
- Use this international directory (PDF) to find meetings outside the U.S. and Canada
If you need to talk to someone right now:
- You can speak with someone in AA by calling your local AA office. You may also look up your local intergroup online and contact them that way.
You will find that members of Alcoholics Anonymous are always willing to help you find a meeting and share their experience, strength, and hope. This helps them stay sober, too.
Information about AA and services for its members is on the AA World Services website: www.aa.org
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