Where Do I Start?
Below are links to A.A. literature that will help you learn more about Alcoholics Anonymous and help you decide if you are an alcoholic:
Is A.A. for Me?
A Newcomer Asks
This is AA – An Introduction to the AA Recovery Program
Information on Alcoholics Anonymous
Twelve Steps Illustrated
Questions and Answers on Sponsorship
Purchase Literature from AA.org
Read the Big Book Online
Alcoholics Anonymous, 4th Edition
Find a Meeting
Local Meetings Meeting List
Smart Phone App Meeting Guide for your Phone
Meetings by State AA Near You by State – Locate AA meetings and assistance in another state.
Online Meetings Online Intergroup of Alcoholics Anonymous (Worldwide)
At Meetings – Ask for phone numbers from members at your first few meetings. They will be happy to help!
At Home or on the road – Call your local 24 Hour AA Hotline for Dallas (and surrounding cities) – 214-887-6699
Out of Country – Online Intergroup 12th Step Committee – Request an international Help Line phone number for your country
Pray the Serenity Prayer
God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change,
Courage to change the things I can, and
Wisdom to know the difference.
Remember that alcoholism is a progressive disease. Take it seriously, even if you feel you are only in the early stages of the illness. Alcoholism kills people. If you are an alcoholic, and if you continue to drink, in time you will get worse.