Seeking help for a drinking problem?

There is a solution. Recovery starts with one alcoholic helping another. If you think you have a problem with alcohol, explore our resources below.

Join us on the road to recovery

Meeting Guide

Attend one of Oregon’s 1,100 A.A. meetings. Listen to others share their experience, strength, and hope. A.A. meetings are free and all are welcome.

Is A.A. right for you?

Take the A.A. self assessment. Only you can determine if you have a problem with alcohol and if A.A. is right for you.

A.A. Hotline

Talk to another alcoholic today by calling one of our 24/7 anonymous hotlines. We’re on the other end of the phone ready to listen and point you in the right direction.

What is A.A.?

Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of people who work together to solve their common problem and help others solve their drinking problem. Our primary purpose is to help other alcoholics achieve and maintain sobriety through the Twelve Steps. A.A. meetings are open to anyone regardless of age and are free to attend. You can become a member of A.A. if you have a desire to stop drinking.

A.A. Big Book

Alcoholics Anonymous, fondly known as the “Big Book,” explains our program of recovery.  Find a solution to the drink problem.

12 Steps & 12 Traditions

Also known as the “Twelve and Twelve,” dives into each of our Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions.

Frequently Asked Questions

Read our pamphlet on the frequently asked questions about alcoholism, Alcoholics Anonymous, and the Twelve Steps.

More about Meetings

Curious about what happens at an A.A. meeting?  Use the link button below to learn about the different types of meetings.

Concerned about a Loved One?

Are you concerned about someone’s drinking? A.A.’s sister program, Al-Anon, is here to help.