• Free links of literature:

ACA Is... Trifold available for purchase here

Guidelines for New Meetings

Sample Meeting Format (to edit for your meeting)

The Laundry List

The Twelve Concepts

The Problem

The Solution

The Promises

The Twelve Steps

The Twelve Traditions

ACA Early History Trifold available for purchase here

What is WSO..? Trifold available for purchase here

ACA Fellowship Text Index

A Trifold that has all the readings is available for purchase here; it is called ACA Essentials

A Trifold that lists the ACA Tools is available for purchase here and is very good for newcomers; page 339 has a good list as well.

  • Questions and Answers:

Here are many frequently asked questions and answers that might come in handy.

Here's where to buy your ACA literature including the wonderful Newcomer Booklet

If you have any questions, feel free to email the Member and Public Services Committee Chairperson

  • Am I an Adult Child?

(This trifold is available for purchase here I've included an excerpt here)

The following questions will help you decide if alcoholism or other family dysfunction existed in your family. If your parents did not drink, your grandparents may have drank and passed on the disease of family dysfunction to your parents. If alcohol or drugs were not a problem, your home may have been chaotic, unsafe, and lacking nurture like many alcoholic homes.

The following questions offer an insight into some ways children are affected by growing up with a problem drinker even years after leaving the home. The questions also apply to adults growing up in homes where food, sex, workaholism, or ultra-religious abuse occurred. Foster children, now adults, relate to many of these questions.

1. Do you recall anyone drinking or taking drugs or being involved in some other behavior that you now believe could be dysfunctional?

2. Did you avoid bringing friends to your home because of drinking or some other dysfunctional behavior in the home?

3. Did one of your parents make excuses for the other parent’s drinking or other behaviors?

4. Did your parents focus on each other so much that they seemed to ignore you?

5. Did your parents or relatives argue constantly?

6. Were you drawn into arguments or disagreements and asked to choose sides with one parent or relative against another?

7. Did you try to protect your brothers or sisters against drinking or other behavior in the family?

8. As an adult, do you feel immature? Do you feel like you are a child inside?

9. As an adult, do you believe you are treated like a child when you interact with your parents? Are you continuing to live out a childhood role with the parents?

10. Do you believe that it is your responsibility to take care of your parents’ feelings or worries? Do other relatives look to you to solve their problems?

(15 more questions in trifold; snipped 11-25)