AA Drinking Problem

If you searched Drinking Problem or any other phrase, you may be having trouble with your drinking, or if your drinking has reached the point of where it worries you, you may be interested to know something about Alcoholics Anonymous and the AA programme of recovery from alcoholism.

Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. If you are not sure whether you are an alcoholic, then you might try the AlcoholismProblem Quiz. The actual or potential alcoholic, with hardly an exception will be absolutely unable to stop drinking based on self-knowledge. However, there is a solution, and it’s the 12 Step Program of Alcoholics Anonymous. If you have a Drink Problem, why not give the AA programme a try? We did, and it works. If you want to stop drinking and quit alcohol, we suggest you either find a meeting, call our help line 0800 9177 650, email us, or use our Chat Now service.


People come to AA through many different means. Choose the path that best suits you.


Some useful resources

> Am I an alcoholic? Take the alcoholic Quiz.

> Find out more about Alcoholics Anonymous

> Find out more about stopping drinking

> Am I too young to be an alcoholic?

> Read Alan's Story

> Read Charlie's Story


What's next?

If you want to stop drinking and quit alcohol, or you would like more information to help someone else, here are some options:

  1. Find an AA meeting (this will open the live meetings schedule. If no meeting is shown, please come back tomorrow)
  2. Send us an email
  3. Call our help line on 0800 9177 650
  4. Get in touch using our Chat Now service (this will take you to the AA Great Britain website)

Alcoholics Anonymous treats every enquiry with strict anonymity, so please feel welcome and safe in our fellowship.