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A.A. Preamble

A.A. How It Works

A.A. 12 Steps

A.A. 12 Traditions - short form

A.A. 12 Concepts - short form

A.A. Anonymity Statement

Declaration of Unity and I am Responsible

Safety Card for A.A. Groups


The Big Book

Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions

Daily Reflections


A.A. Service Manual

Inside A.A. - Understanding the Fellowship and its Services

Twelve Traditions (long form)

Twelve Traditions Illustrated

Traditions Checklist

Twelve Concepts (long form)

Twelve Concepts Illustrated

Concepts Checklist

General Service Structure

General Service Representative

G.S.R. Kit

Your District Committee Member

D.C.M. Kit

Your A.A. General Service Office

Seventh Tradition Fact Sheet


Questions & Answers on Sponsorship

This is A.A. - For anyone who thinks he or she may have a problem with alcohol.

Frequently Asked Questions About A.A.  (formerly 44 Questions)

FAQ - Large Print Version

Is A.A. For You? (symptoms of alcoholism)

Is A.A. For Me? (based on Is A.A. for You?, an illustrated, easy-to-read version)

Women in A.A. (experiences of alcoholic women)

A.A. for the Older Alcoholic—Never Too Late (stories of eight men and women who came to A.A. after 60 - Large-print)

Young People and A.A. (ten young A.A.s, 16 to 27, tell how the program works for them)

Too Young? (stories of six young people, 13 to 18, and their welcome to A.A.)

Do You Think You're Different? (speaks to newcomers who feel different based on age, race, or religion)

Is There an Alcoholic in Your Life? (explains the A.A. program as it affects anyone close to an alcoholic)

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