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"There are no dues or fees for A.A. membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions. A.A. is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization, or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy, neither endorses nor opposes any causes. Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety."
Do you have a problem with drinking? Perhaps we can help. The Western Slope Teleservice is staffed by A.A. volunteers who can answer your questions 24 hours a day.
You may learn more about recovery and Alcoholics Anonymous by reading literature posted on our About A.A. page.
You can find out what services we provide on the Western Slope on our Local A.A. Services page.
Additional A.A.-related web sites are listed on our About A.A. page.
Meetings. A.A. meetings allow us to share our experience, strength and hope. It's a good way to learn more about A.A.
We have many meetings scheduled daily throughout the Western Slope. Just view our complete list of A.A. meetings to find a location and time that's best for you.
Selecting a home group is an important part of recovery and unity for newcomers and old-timers alike. If you don't have a home group, we encourage you to choose one today.
Events. We always have a wide variety of new events and social activities in our fellowship. You may learn about them when you attend meetings, and you can find a current list on our News & Events page.
For the good of our recovery and for A.A. as a whole, service in A.A. comes in many varieties.
For A.A. members who want to make a difference in the quality of their sobriety, the sobriety of others, and to help ensure that A.A. will be here for future generations, we highly recommend you try a service position.
As we grow in our sobriety, we gain much by giving a part of ourselves -- as was done for us during our early recovery.