Are you new to Alcoholics Anonymous?

Give A.A. a chance.  We encourage you to try lots of meetings and to try different kinds (meeting list).  Some meetings you may like, and some you may not.  If you stick around, you will find the contentment that most of us have found in A.A.

Twelve Questions Only You Can Answer

Here are some helpful links – Hard copies are available at meetings or by contacting our Literature Chair at

*A Newcomer Asks

*A.A. at a Glance

*Understanding Anonymity

*Questions and Answers on Sponsorship

*The A.A. Group

*Is A.A. For Me

*Many Paths to Spirituality

*The “God” Word – Agnostic and Atheist Members in A.A.

Alcoholics Anonymous Big Book – 4th Edition

Fourth edition (2001) of the Big Book, basic text of A.A. Since the first edition appeared, in 1939, it has helped millions of men and women recover from alcoholism. Chapters describing the A.A. recovery program remain unchanged. New stories have been added to the personal histories.

Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions

Bill W.’s 24 essays on the Steps and the Traditions discuss the principles of individual recovery and group unity.

New!!! The Big Book and Twelve and Twelve in ASL are available with closed captions on the A.A.W.S. YouTube Channel. All videos have closed captions and are in English only.