District 82 - Victoria Haliburton
                                                                                                                  
    Alcoholics Anonymous

Southeastern Ontario, Canada

 

Welcome to Victoria Haliburton - District 82

Alcoholics Anonymous Big Book I am responsible,
Whenever 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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Our district runs from Omemee north to Bobcaygeon, Minden Haliburton, and back to Fenlon Falls, Norland, Coboconk , Bolsover, Oakwood and Lindsay...

Alcoholics Anonymous is alive and well in this area and our Web site will tell you a bit about our meetings and fellowship.

Anyone is welcome to log-on and browse this site.

You do not have to be an alcoholic….you may know someone who is struggling and may benefit from this information. Or, you may have a suspicion that alcohol is having a negative impact on your life….perhaps we can answer some of your questions. We've all been there.
Or you may be someone else.….new to the area, a traveller, whoever. Please join us. You are not alone.

Facts about Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)

What is AA?
Please click on "AA Preamble".

What AA Does
At meetings AA members share their recovery experience with anyone seeking help with a drinking problem, and give individual services or "sponsorship" to the alcoholics coming to AA.

The AA program, as set forth in the Twelve Steps to recovery, offers the alcoholic an opportunity to develop a satisfying way of life free from alcohol.

Nonalcoholic guests are welcome at "open" AA meetings. Attendance at "closed" meetings is limited to those who are alcoholic or think they may have a drinking problem.

What AA Does NOT Do

  1. Make medical or psychiatric diagnoses or prognoses, or offer advice.

  2. Provide detox or nursing services, hospitalization, drugs, housing, jobs, money or other welfare services.

  3. Accept any money for its services or contributions from outside sources.

  4. Provide letters of reference to parole boards, lawyers, court officials, social agencies, employers, etc.

  5. Engage in or support education, research, or professional treatment.

How to contact us:

To talk to an AA member, please call our answering service at:

Phone # 705-324-9900

To contact us by email please click the following link:

webmaster@district82aa.org

 

God,
Grant me the serenity,
To accept the things
I cannot change,
Courage to change
 the things I can,
and Wisdom to
 know the difference
 
 
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