An important message from our Intergroup Chair concerning opening of meetings
TRADITION 7 CONTRIBUTIONS
TO SEE THE LIST ORJOIN ONLINE
A LINK TO ANY INFORMATION REGARDING CORONAVIRUS
24 Hour Helpline
and Advice Line
AA CORNWALL NOTICE BOARD
For Professionals who would like to know more about Alcoholics Anonymous and what we are doing to help those suffering with Alcoholism
FRIENDS AND FAMILY
Family Members and friends of those who have alcohol problems can get help and information by contacting Al-Anon on 0800 008 6811
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS IN CORNWALL
WELCOME TO THE CORNWALL ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS INTERGROUP SITE
This website has all the information you need to know about Alcoholics Anonymous in Cornwall.
If you believe you have a problem with alcohol, then this site will offer information and help and will answer any questions you may have about Alcoholics Anonymous.
Sunday 3rd May at:
St Mary's Parish Centre, St Mary's Road, Bodmin PL31 1LF
Start time: 10.00am,
Cornwall Convention 2020
"A Vision For You"
Saturday 16th May
The Responsibility Declaration
I am responsible. When anyone, anywhere, reaches out for help, I want the hand of AA always to be there.
And for that I am responsible.
Declaration of Unity
This we owe to AA’s future to place our common welfare first; to keep our Fellowship united.
For on AA unity depend our lives and the lives of those to come.
DO YOU HAVE A DRINKING PROBLEM?
If you believe you have a problem with alcohol then this site will offer information and help
and will answer any questions you may have about Alcoholics Anonymous in Cornwall.
IF YOU THINK YOU HAVE A DRINKING PROBLEM - TAKE A FEW MINUTES TO ANSWER THE QUESTIONS BELOW:
Have you ever decided to stop drinking for a week or so, but only lasted for a couple of days?
Do you wish people would mind their own business about your drinking - stop telling you what to do?
Have you ever switched from one kind of drink to another in the hope that this would keep you from getting drunk?
Have you had to have a drink in the morning during the past year?
Do you envy people who can drink without getting into trouble?
Have you had problems connected with drinking during the past year?
Has your drinking caused trouble at home?
Do you ever try to get 'extra' drinks at a party because you do not get enough?
Do you tell yourself you can stop drinking any time you want to, even though you keep getting drunk when you don't mean to?
Have you missed days of work because of drinking?
Do you have blackouts?
Have you ever felt that your life would be better if you did not drink?
IF YOU ANSWERED 'YES' TO SOME OR ALL OF THESE QUESTIONS
THEN YOU PROBABLY HAVE A PROBLEM WITH ALCOHOL
AA MEETINGS IN CORNWALL
There are 51 meetings in Cornwall that take place every day - mornings, afternoons and evenings.
All meetings are weekly and either CLOSED which means attendance is restricted to alcoholics and those who have, or think they may have, a drinking problem, or OPEN which indicates that non alcoholics may attend (usually monthly)
All Enquiries & 24 hr Helpline 0800 9177 650
HOW DO I GET HELP?
CAN I TALK TO SOMEONE IN CONFIDENCE ABOUT MY DRINKING?
Yes, You can phone the Alcoholics Anonymous Helpline which is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week manned by recovering alcoholics. The telephone responder can give you more information and help you make a decision about whether you an alcoholic (although only you can decide this) The responder will give you information about meetings and answer any questions you may have. Remember we have all been where you are now and we will understand what you are going through.
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS HELPLINE: 0800 9177650
WHAT DO I DO NOW? HOW DO I GET HELP?
PHONE THE HELPLINE
The telephone responder will be able to answer any questions you have, give advice and information. You can phone at any time for an informal chat - the lines are open 24 hours a day. If you like the telephone responder will organise for you to meet with members of the fellowship - please see below.
ATTEND A MEETING
There are 50 meetings in Cornwall every week during the day and in the evenings. You can find the meetings near you on this website. Alternatively you could phone the helpline and the telephone responder can organise someone to meet you and take you to the meeting.
ASK US TO VISIT YOU
If you like a telephone responder will organise for you to meet with a member of the fellowship. This can be done completely anonymously as a place of your choosing or even at your home. This is known as a 12 Step call
E-mail Alcoholics Anonymous at