How to contact Alcoholics Anonymous.
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AA Guernsey
+44  (0)1481  713480
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 24 hours.
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For family and friends
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If you are unhappy with the amount, frequency or timing of what you drink 
contacting Alcoholics Anonymous may be the best thing you ever do in your life.


How to contact Alcoholics Anonymous for yourself.
By Telephone
This is the quickest way.  Our lines above are open day and night every day, and manned whenever possible.  Lines are open even Christmas and New Year, we remember what is was like.  If you use the phone service you will be answered by a recovering alcoholic (one who is not drinking) who will be able to talk with you about your problems.  He/She will be able to advise you as to where and when your local meetings are taking place, and if you want will be able to arrange for someone to come (completely discreetly) and visit you at home or meet elsewhere.  If a responder is not immediately available, please leave a contact number so that we may call you back.

By going to a meeting
You can find a full list of meetings below (if you live in our area) or from the National Listing.  At your first meeting you will be made to feel welcome.  We remember each and every one of us the first meeting that WE ever went to.  You will be encouraged to listen to what is similar in the stories of other people that you hear, not what is different to your own.  You will be reminded that ours is an anonymous fellowship.  “Who you see here, What you hear here, When you leave here let it stay here” is one of our mottos.  Don't worry if you do meet someone you know.  They are there for the same reason as you.  They got fed up with drinking.  We do not swear off drink for life, just for a day. One day at a time.

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List of Meetings in Guernsey
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In accordance with the AA tradition of anonymity, venue details are not shown 
PLEASE RING +44 (0)1481 713480 FOR DETAILS
Monday  Share 9.00 p.m. Please Tel. 713480 for details of venue
Tuesday Big Book 8.00 p.m. Please Tel. 713480 for details of venue
Wednesday Come & Go meeting 

Round Robin

12.30 p.m. 

8.00 p.m.

Please Tel. 713480 for details of venue. 

Please Tel. 713480 for details of venue

Thursday Step Meeting 8.00 p.m. Please Tel. 713480 for details of venue
Friday The Joys of Recovery 7.00 p.m. Please Tel. 713480 for details of venue
Saturday Come & Go meeting 

Subject

12.00 p.m. 

8.00 p.m.

Please Tel. 713480 for details of venue

Please Tel. 713480 for details of venue

Sunday As Bill sees it 6.30 p.m. Please Tel. 713480 for details of venue
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How to contact Alcoholics Anonymous for friends and family.

Alcoholics Anonymous is concerned with the suffering (drinking) alcoholic or problem drinker.  If that person has asked you to get in touch with us on his/her behalf then please read  ‘How to contact Alcoholics Anonymous for yourself’  and make contact on their behalf.

If you would like help as a friend or family member of someone you think has a drinking problem then please call the above number.  Al-Anon is the organization that will help you.  It is anonymous just like us.  They also have a web page:- Al - Anon UK & Eire Home Page. There is also an organization called Alateen that helps children of alcoholics, you can contact them through Al–Anon.

Click here for Link to Al-Anon and Al-Ateen
        Our UK central headquarters is:- 
                                       The General Service office of Alcoholics Anonymous , 
                                         PO Box 1, 
                                         Stonebow House, 
                                         Sonebow, 
                                         York, 
                                         YO1 7NJ. 
            Telephone:- +44  (0)1904   644026   ( Mon – Thur  0900 – 1700 ) 
             (Fri – 0900 – 1630 ) 

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