Is there an AA chat?

The Chat Room focuses on the 12 Steps and 12 Traditions of Alcoholics Anonymous in recovery from alcoholism. We hold 3 Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings daily, 7 days per week at 8:00 am, 2:00 pm and 8:00 pm EST/EDT. Open recovery chat between meetings. ​Meetings are in text/chat format.

What is the success rate of 12 step programs?

“Peer reviewed studies peg the success rate of AA somewhere between five and 10 percent,” writes Dodes. “About one of every 15 people who enter these programs is able to become and stay sober.”

How long is a 12 step program?

Most sponsors encourage the AA newcomer to attend 90 meetings in 90 days. That may seem like a lot and it may seem like a long time to commit to going to meetings. However, most 12-step programs, including those for people addicted to drugs, encourage new members to commit to those 90 meetings in 90 days.

What are each of the 12 steps?

All 12 Steps : Overview. Step 1 : How It Works. Step 2 : How It Works. Step 3 : How It Works. Step 4 : How It Works. Step 5 : How It Works. Step 6 : How It Works. Step 7 : How It Works. Step 8 : How It Works. Step 9 : How It Works.

  • Online Meeting Calendar.
  • THERAPIES. Therapies Overview. Grief Therapy. Deep Relaxation.
  • What is aa alive?

    The AA-Alive Daily Thought is sent by request at no cost to those in recovery from alcoholism, and highlights AA Conference-approved literature along with sharing and thoughts from. ​actual AA members similar to life sharing in the AA Grapevine.

    How do I completely stop drinking?

    The Process of Quitting Alcohol

    1. Write down your reasons for wanting to stop drinking.
    2. Explore your current relationship with alcohol.
    3. Consider whether you want to cut back or stop drinking completely.
    4. Remove alcohol from the house.
    5. Set aside time for self-care.
    6. Reach out for support.

    What to say to someone who is a recovering alcoholic?

    8 Things to Say to Someone in Recovery

    1. I Love You.
    2. You’re Not Alone.
    3. Everyone Needs Help Sometimes.
    4. How Are You Feeling?
    5. How Can I Help?
    6. Let’s Hang Out.
    7. I’m Proud of You.
    8. I Know You Are Struggling, But There’s Always Hope.

    What is the best thing to do for an alcoholic?

    How to approach someone with alcohol use disorder

    • Learn about alcohol use disorder.
    • Practice what you’re going to say.
    • Step 3: Pick the right time and place.
    • Step 4: Approach and listen with honesty and compassion.
    • Step 5: Offer your support.
    • Step 6: Intervene.

    What is the first step to alcoholism recovery?

    Usually, the first step to alcoholism recovery is detoxification. This can occur in a rehab facility on an inpatient basis, or it can be the first goal in an outpatient rehab plan.

    How do I register as an alcoholic/alcoholic support user?

    We welcome everyone whose lives have been affected by alcoholism and addiction. To choose and reserve your username, please click the Chat Now link below then click “Register” on the login screen.

    How does alcohol abuse recovery work?

    It is recommended that alcohol abuse recovery take place at an inpatient facility in more serious cases. Whatever the choice of treatment, some patients will embrace their new lives after being done with drinking. They’ll rediscover past hobbies and pleasant pastime or pick up new ones.

    How do alcoholics maintain sobriety?

    Many alcoholics successfully maintain their sobriety. Following the initial treatment phase, alcoholics are encouraged to continue their participation in therapy and support groups. This helps them manage their urges to drink, as well as any problems that trigger the urges. Ongoing support reduces the risk of relapse.