Our program is simple and not dissimilar from standard A.A. However, we don’t have twelve steps or religious approaches and do not cater to those addicted to alcohol. That is, we are a group of those born with alcoholism trying to remain abstinent.
Our literature is available free to read or listen to via https://alcoholismanonymous.com. One can find or start a meeting there as well.
In a nutshell: We meet for online meetings to simply remind ourselves why we don’t drink.
This program is excellent for those who suffer from chronic relapse and or don’t find traditional recovery programs helpful.
We have found that - for those with relatively everyday lives - a simple reminder of why they shouldn’t pick up a drink from the mouth of another alcoholic-born person is more than enough to maintain long-term sobriety.
We need more members to join our meetings and help us stay sober. We appreciate your help on the matter.
Currently, all meetings are held online via Zoom, Skype, or Google Meets. Anyone can start a meeting in any language at any time or join an existing meeting. There are no fees for membership; Alc-A is 100 percent free and self-supporting.
Thank you again for your time!
The Members of Alc-A
Disclaimer: Alc-A members do not claim to have a solution to curing alcoholism, nor do we claim one can recover from alcoholism as it is a chemical relation we are born with. We do not offer medical or life advice. We simply share our experience while sober and or not, so to help remind others why we shouldn’t drink when we feel the overwhelming sensation to consume ethanol come over us. We believe we are born with alcoholism, and no spiritual or religious superstitions can fix or help with a physical-chemical reaction that occurs when a craving comes on. Our only option is never to have our very first drink. But if we do, we can only prevent relapse by being reminded why we shouldn’t drink. Alcoholism Anonymous is best suited for those who cannot stop drinking once they start and do not have preexisting mental illnesses or addiction to alcohol.
Meeting Schedule: We currently have two daily times when someone will always be available. We encourage newcomers to create a meeting that fits their time and to invite others to it. One can choose to use any video conference method they prefer, such as Zoom. However, Google Meets offers a full hour for free with more flexibility.
Alc-A Daily 9:00 am Meeting in English
Every day, 9:00 – 10:00 am
Google Meet joining info
Video call link: https://meet.google.com/pgw-sgvj-kpk
Nightly Alc-A Meetings - 8:00 pm Central - English
Every day, 8:00 – 9:00 pm
Google Meet joining info
Video call link: https://meet.google.com/zeb-hdkg-aup
Our literature is always available free online or can be found for purchase via https://www.amazon.com/author/alcoholism-anonymous