Share Your Problem And Get Help From Former Alcoholics
Who We Are
We are a non-profit organization that fights against the alcohol addiction, and that provides information on AA’s meetings. We work in coordination with few other teams, and together we manage to direct people to the meetings. Whether you live in Oregon, New York or Texas, we will direct you where and when to attend the meeting to preserve your health and become sober.
How Can We Help You
Our website is here to give you the directions to AA’s meeting that is the nearest to your place. We founded this organization to encourage you to seek professional help to treat your addiction. The service we provide is free of charge, but in return, we want to hear good news from you. We can also refer you to a drug addiction center like The Recovery Village Palmer Lake. We are sure you will contact us with the good news in a short period.
Free Directions To AA's Meetings
Experience And Professionalism
Stay Sober With Us
Staying sober is imperative, and we will do anything in our power to ensure that! Our help was effective so far, and that is exactly what keeps us going. At the moment, our team is preparing a couple of campaigns on alcohol abuse to raise the awareness of people on alcohol and its abuse.
Losing self-control is something that happens at the very first beginning with the rise of craving and desire for alcohol. This rise continues to excessive and uncontrolled behavior which affects many things in addict’s life. It is not only individual unfortunately who experiences these affects but also the loved ones in their surroundings. Nothing remains […]
It can get a little difficult to get a difference, especially today when alcohol is legally and illegally consumed by millions of people of all age and all social and financial levels. Even in some cultures, it is very good to drink more at any age. Depending on body and mind state some people take […]
The fact with the meeting is that an alcoholic is never forced to anything and it is completely voluntary to step in when the addict decides to step in and ask for help. This fact sets apart AA away from other rehabilitation movements. Also, a decision is made personally about what type of meeting somebody […]