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Alcoholics Anonymous – New York

AA Grapevine Magazine – New York

AA Online Intergroup

Box 459 Issues

Central California Fellowship of Alcoholics Anonymous (CCFAA) – Sacramento

CNIA Area 7

Delta Intergroup – Stockton, CA

District 21 – Auburn, CA

District 22 – West Slope of El Dorado County

District 33 – Tuolumne County

Jackson Fellowship

NCCAA (Northern California Council of Alcoholics Anonymous)

Online Intergroup of Alcoholics Anonymous

Young People’s Groups

All California Young People in Alcoholics Anonymous

Sacramento Young People in Alcohol Anonymous

Al-Anon and Alateen

Northern California Al-Anon and Alateen

Al-Anon & Alateen World Service

Articles on Alcoholism and Addiction

Dependency & Addiction Among Seniors

Intervention eBook: What to do if your child is drinking or using drugs

Co-Occurring Disorders

Promoting Mental Health at Home

How to Apply for Disability Benefits with Drug Addiction

Substance Abuse in the Workplace: What to Do When an Employee Returns from Rehab

Home After Rehab: The Guide to Finding the Right Place for Recovery

Resources for Suicide Prevention

Carrying the Message…

Step 12 says “Having had a spiritual awakening as the result of these steps, we tried to carry this message to alcoholics, and to practice these principles in all our affairs.” Sometimes it helps to use different ways of “carrying the message,” such as music. These links will take you to musical settings of four of our traditional readings at meetings, plus a story of one of us who didn’t make it:

For Teresa

The Serenity Prayer

The Twelve Steps

The Promises

The Lord’s Prayer

And for something a little different, an example of how popular music can be used to tell¬† a story about recovery: “A Musical Journey Through Addiction and Recovery“.