Newcomer Resources

These links are intended for people approaching Alcoholics Anonymous (A.A.) for the first time. In it we have tried to answer the questions most frequently in the minds of newcomers – the questions which were in our minds when we first approached the Fellowship.

You will also find information to provide you with facts about a simple program of recovery and a link to the “Grapevine” a monthly publication distributed to members of A.A. on a subscription basis.

Is AA For You A Newcomer Asks….
Young People and AA Do You Think You are Different?

Visit AA Grapevine, the international journal of Alcoholics Anonymous

Additional Pamphlets

  • Frequently Asked Questions About A.A.
  • A.A. for the Woman
  • The Twelve Concepts Illustrated
  • How It Works
  • The Jack Alexander Article About A.A.
  • The A.A. Group
  • Inside A.A.
  • A.A. for the Native North American
  • How A.A. Members Cooperate With Professionals
  • A.A. in Your Community
  • Let’s Be Friendly With Our Friends
  • Too Young?
  • It Happened to Alice?
  • This Is A.A.
  • Three Talks to Medical Societies by Bill W., Co-founder of A.A.
  • Memo to an Inmate Who May Be an Alcoholic
  • The A.A. Member—Medications and Other Drugs
  • Questions and Answers on Sponsorship
  • A.A. Tradition—How I Developed
  • G.S.R. May Be the Most Important Job in A.A.
  • A.A. for the Older Alcoholic—Never Too Late
  • Is There an Alcoholic in Your Life?
  • A.A. and the Gay/Lesbian Alcoholic
  • Problems Other Than Alcohol
  • What Happened to Joe?
  • Speaking at Non-A.A. Meetings

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