ODAAT A.A. Group 

One Day At A Time

What is Alcoholics Anonymous?


We are a group of men and women of any age who have lost the ability to control our drinking and/or have found ourselves in various kinds of trouble as a result of drinking. We focus on creating a satisfying way of life without alcohol.



If I go to an A.A. meeting, does that commit me to anything?


No. A.A. does not keep records. You do not have to discuss anything about yourself. 



What happens at an A.A. meeting?


At a meeting you will find alcoholics talking about what drinking did to their lives, what actions they took, and how they are living their lives today. Meetings last about 1 hour. 



How can this help me with my drinking problem?


We in A.A. know what it is like to have a problem with Alcohol. People who come to us know that recovery is possible because they see people who have done it.



What happens if I meet people I know? 

​They will be there for the same reason you are there. We will respect your privacy.



How do I join A.A.?


You are an A.A. member if and when you say so. The only requirement for A.A. membership is a desire to stop drinking.



Can I bring my family to an A.A. meeting? 


Family members or close friends are welcome at “Open” A.A. meetings. Call us for information.




ODAAT Meeting Schedule


For more information on Alcoholic Anonymous - Visit: www.aa.org