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Local Area Hotlines: Cambridge 519.658.8222 Kitchener-Waterloo 519.742.6183 Guelph 519-836-1522 New Hamburg 519.742.6183 Stratford 519.272.9803 Some Local Area Websites: Guelph AA London Ontario Answering Service: 519.438.1122 Hamilton AA Sarnia AA Brantford AA Cambridge AA Huron County Toronto AA Hanover Area AA Halton/Flamborough AA, including Burlington, Freelton, Milton, Oakville and WaterdownRead More
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New Years Dinner and Dance 2015/2016 Come out for an exciting time this year! Cost: $25.00 Doors Open: 6:30 PM Dinner: 7:00 PM Speaker: 8:00 PM Dance: 9:00 PM – 1:00 AM Also plan for | Board Games | Dancing | Playing Cards | Pizza Served around 10:00 PM Speaker and Dance Only 10$ (8:00 PM)Read More
Cambridge AA One Day Roundup District 18 Sunday, Nov 8, 2015 New, Improved Venue this Year: Portuguese Club Of Cambridge, 870 Townline Road, Cambridge ON N1T 2G3 Emotional Sobriety—the Next Frontier Speakers: Banquet Speaker: Butch M. (Barrie ON) Cynthia G. (Guelph ON) Kevin W. (Hamilton ON) Al-Anon: Nada C. (Toronto ON) Deb P. (Toronto ON)Read More
Sunday April 13th, 2014 St. Jacob’s Community Centre, St. Jacob’s, Ontario View Larger Map 8:00 AM Registration pre-registration-form 9:00 AM AA Meeting Speaker, Doug B. from Peterborough, Ontario 10:15 AM AA Meeting Speaker Chantal G. from Brampton, Ontario 11:30 AM AA Meeting Speaker Darlene Q. from Hamilton, Ontario 12:15 PM LUNCH 1:00 PM SOBRIETY COUNTDOWNRead More
GMG Evening Meeting Closed Discussion Meeting Monday at 7:00 PM *** N E W M E E T I N G *** 100 Park Street, Kitchener, Ontario View Larger Map In order to navigate with your smart phone, you must have this enabled with Google Maps on your personal device.Read More
Am I too young to be an Alcoholic? Of the total membership of Alcoholics Anonymous, roughly 2% are young people under the age of 21, and another 9% are ages 21 through 30. These individuals have recognized that they are unable to drink normally and have sought the A.A. recovery program. Th help clarify theRead More
Is A.A a religious organization or a temperance movement? No, A.A. is a recovery program based on spiritual principles, but it’s membership includes people of many faiths, as well as agnostics and atheists. A.A. is not involved in any sort of temperance movement. In fact, A.A. has no opinion on outside issues such as whetherRead More
I have a spouse, relative, friend who is an active alcoholics. How can I help? The above question more often comes in the form “how can I get my spouse to wise up and quit drinking ?”. Since alcoholics are people who have an illness in which they have lost the ability to control theirRead More
What types of meetings does A.A. sponsor? There are two basic types of meetings… Speaker and Discussion. Either type can be Open or Closed. Speaker meetings consist mainly of a main speaker that usually reviews his or her past drinking experiences that led to their arrival at A.A., followed by his or her interpretation ofRead More
How can I join A.A, and what will I be required to do? A.A. has a tradition which states: “the only requirement for A.A. membership is a desire to stop drinking” Usually what happens is that the prospective member attends a few meetings, decides he/she wishes to join, and then chooses a particular meeting asRead More
How Does the A.A. Program and Meetings Work? Who can Attend? A.A.members share their experience with anyone seeking help with a drinking problem; they give person-to-person service or “sponsorship” to the alcoholic coming to A.A. from any source. The A.A. program, set forth in our Twelve Steps, offers the alcoholic a way to develop aRead More
How can I determine if I am an Alcoholic? When A.A. members state they are alcoholics, they have come to this conclusion for themselves. If you have concerns about your drinking, you might want to refer to our booklet “Is A.A. for You ?”, which asks questions that are helpful in making your own assessment.Read More
How Do I Contact Alcoholics Anonymous? In Kitchener-Waterloo you can contact the A.A. answering service by calling 519-742-6183. You will be contacted by a volunteer A.A. member who will answer your questions about A.A. and help you get to an A.A. meeting should you wish to attend. Another method is to simply show up atRead More
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