Helps recovering people decide how they will interpret their recovery program. Provides articles and texts on the development of the Twelve Steps and analysis of various approaches to Stepwork.
Article shows the Twelve Steps are compatible with Buddhist beliefs and practices. By John R. Mabry, PhD.
Guideline of Al-Anon on cooperation without affiliation with Alcoholics Anonymous.
This guide to running a series of four beginners meetings was first assembled in Detroit in 1943. Also called "The Washington D.C. Pamphlet" or "The Table Mate." The original pamphlet is still available from Alcoholics Anonymous of Greater Detroit.
Research paper compares AA attendance and program effectiveness white, Hispanic, and African-American participants following psychological treatment.
The Fellowship (Alcoholics Anonymous) has adopted a policy of "cooperation but not affiliation" with other organizations concerned with the problem of alcoholism.
These 15, 20, and 30 second PSAs are available to TV stations in English, Spanish, and French. See them on the web with the appropriate browser extension.
AA wants to cooperate with clergy, legal, medical, correctional, employers, and others who may deal with alcoholics. By General Service Office of Alcoholics Anonymous.
Guideline of Alcoholics Anonymous on cooperation without affiliation with Al-Anon. Includes 1969 "Resolution of Gratitude." (PDF requires Acrobat Reader)
The Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous says faith can be personal and based on individual experience. This article shows this is consistent with "Varieties of Religious Experience" by William James.