Is A.A. for You?

Because thousands of people in A.A. have said so for many years. They found out the truth about themselves — the hard way. But again, only you can decide whether you think A.A. is for you.

Twelve questions only you can answer

Only you can decide whether you want to give A.A.a try — whether you think it can help you.

Information on Alcoholics Anonymous

For Anyone New Coming to A.A.
For Anyone Referring People to A.A.

Frequently asked questions from people new to AA

This page is intended to provide basic information on Alcoholics Anonymous. We have tried to answer the questions most frequently in the minds of people who are new to AA – the questions in our minds when we first approached the fellowship.

About AA meetings

Going to an AA meeting is simple. You can find where and when there is a meeting convenient for you and you just turn up. That’s it. There’s no signing in, no money to pay, no appointment to make. There are no intrusive questions, no obligations. Your privacy and anonymity will be respected. You’ll never be met with a demand to come back to any meeting or indeed to AA. You can go to different meetings as often or as little as you wish.

Understanding Anonymity

What is the purpose of anonymity in Alcoholics Anonymous? Why is it often referred to as the greatest single protection the Fellowship has to assure its continued existence and growth? 

Working with Others

Why we help people for free and for fun.

AA – Local & Worldwide

Links to AA information local & Worldwide, connect wherever you are or wherever you are going!

A Little Bit About Me

I am a recovered Alcoholic, I had lost the ability to control my drinking. It started out as fun, then fun with problems and then just problems.