IDAA is a group of approximately 4500 recovering health care professionals of doctorate level who help one another achieve and maintain sobriety. This website provides information and resources for prospective and current members along with their family and friends.
Thousands of Alcoholics Anonymous, Al-Anon, and 12-step recovery convention tapes. Also CDs. Tape of the month subscriptions available.
Links to AA sites by categories: History and research, Chat rooms, Clubs, and others.
Brief description of a book by anthropologist Stanley Brandes studies the growth of Alcoholics Anonymous in Mexico and how it has adapted to the culture.
AA is a vital community resource. This article looks at differences between the Twelve Steps and common counseling practices. Other approaches may be of more help some clients.
An aid to reading the Big Book of "Alcoholics Anonymous." Words above an elementary reading level are defined according to their use in the main part of the book.
Pick up your web clip art version anniversary medallion. Any number of years. It's not metal but it's free.
Offering resource links, feature articles, and automated daily readings from a variety of popular recovery group literature.
Contrasts what it calls strong, medium, and weak versions of the AA program. First of four parts with links to the rest.
Offers a step discussion meeting format based on one narrow interpretation of the Big Book. Formerly called Hyannis Original. Only members who have done the steps this way may share.