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Clydebank Website for Recovering Alcoholics
The website is dedicated to providing information and support for recovering alcoholics. Whilst this website is not the official website of Alcoholics Anonymous© (AA) we provide links and access to resources that are relevant to the fellowship, and are committed to promoting AA`s 12 steps, traditions and concepts as a means to recovery.
"When anyone, anywhere, reaches out for help, I want the hand of A.A. always to be there. And for that: I am responsible..."
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Joe and Charlie Big Book Audio downloads (MP3)
Audio files of Joe and Charlie`s Big Book Study.
A must for the recovering Alcoholic
This song sums it up for me. Wriitten and performed by Chicago Bill, a member of the Gartocharn Wednesday night group.
Sobriety Calculator - To the second
Check and see how long it was since you last had a drink
Useful Recovery Web Links
Many links to recovery websites both AA official sites and non-official sites
The Reason We Have Traditions in AA.
Enjoy this bit of our history about one of the 'whys' we have traditions in A.A..
This page is dedicated to providing information
on all local groups
AA Just For Today Card & The Danger Signs
We are recovering from Alcoholism one day at a time, so let`s be forever vigilant and keep it in the day.
Are You aware of The danger signs which can lead to lifting that first drink?
This is the fourth edition of the book “Alcoholics Anonymous ©.” The first edition appeared in April 1939, and in the following sixteen years, more than 300,000 copies went into circulation. The second edition, published in 1955, reached a total of more than 1,150,500 copies. The third edition, which came off press in 1976, achieved a circulation of approximately 19,550,000 in all formats.
A Doctors Asks.....What Can A.A. Offer My profession?
A Doctor shares his experience of working with A.A. as a means to helping patients with serious Alcohol problems.
Minutes from intergroup meetings