About Us


Found in 180 countries, Alcoholics Anonymous (A.A.) is an international fellowship of people who have found a solution to a drinking problem. It is nonprofessional, self-supporting, multiracial, apolitical and unaffiliated with any religion. There are no age or education requirements. Membership is open to anyone who wants to do something about their alcohol problem.

Although we cooperate with professionals to help alcoholics, our fellowship is self-supporting, and declines outside donations or corporate partnerships. We are not affiliated with other content displayed on the sidebar. There are no dues or fees for A.A. membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions.

Our official website, www.aa.org, is a great tool including pages ‘For Professionals’, ‘I’m concerned about a drinking problem’, ‘I want to know more about A.A.’, short videos, a page for International Languages, and professional newsletter About A.A. Subscriptions to AAGrapevine and La Viña are also available.

Our free Meeting Guide app will identify A.A. meetings near you by distance, and shares how to contact local A.A. communities.

A.A. members volunteer in their community to introduce A.A. to professionals and to carry the A.A. message to alcoholics. If you would like to discuss A.A. further, or have a local A.A. member from the U.S. or Canada present information about A.A. please contact cpc@aa.org or call 212-870-3107.

Alcoholics Anonymous and A.A. are registered trademarks of Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, Inc. in the United States and other countries. All rights reserved.

Thank you for your interest in Alcoholics Anonymous.

The pamphlet explains the A.A. program as if affects anyone close to an alcoholic-spouse,
family member or friend.

This flyer condenses facts on the Fellowship of A.A.

This trifold offers insight as to some basic structure of Alcoholics Anonymous meetings and what the program is available to do for others

This pamphlet can help the professional understand the guidelines and purpose of a sponsor and how they can work together to best help the individual.

This pamphlet is a report from a group of doctors in Alcoholics Anonymous A.A. members share their experience with medications and other drugs.

This pamphlet shares one of the founder’s thoughts written in 1958 when the program was still young on the status of drug addicts within A.A

Our Youtube Channel offers a variety of PSA’s and Conference approved information about the fellowship of Alcoholics Anonymous.

Sobriety in A.A.: Opening doors to a life without drinking This PSA (Public Service Announcement) is a short example of how we can use YouTube to help reach an individual while we maintain personal anonymity.  


A.A. Videos for Professionals  This playlist is on YouTube and includes AA videos for Healthcare, Employment/HR, and Legal and Corrections Professionals.  

A.A.W.S. YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/c/AlcoholicsAnonymousWorldServicesInc  

AAGV YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/aagrapevine Has audio stories by A.A. members submitted to the AAGrapevine and La Viña magazines        


www.aa.org -This is the link to Alcoholics Anonymous World Services. This is the official Website of the General Service Office (G.S.O.) of Alcoholics Anonymous. Videos or graphic images may not be downloaded, copied or duplicated without the express written permission of Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, Inc. The “Blue People” graphic is a trademark of Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, Inc. All rights reserved.

www.aageorgia.org -This is the official website for Alcoholics Anonymous AREA 16 (State of Georgia) Here visitors can find links to meetings in the 52 Districts in the State of Georgia, purchase Conference approved literature and contact State Service Representatives for questions and insight on how the organization can be of service to others and cooperate with professionals to meet a common goal. Only Conference approved literature and Area 16 sponsored events are listed on the website. In the spirit of cooperation, information can be forwarded to the State Service Representatives to make an informed decision in guidelines with our anonymity and traditions about participation.

https://www.aa.org/pages/en_US/meeting-guide -This link is a free app that whose licensing was gifted to Alcoholics Anonymous to help individuals “Find a Meeting”. All participating Areas upload information directly from their website to share the times and locations of A.A. Meetings.

Web Banners are available https://www.aa.org/pages/en_US/aaorg-web-banners  Should any professional want to link the A.A. website on their resource page or social media pages, we ask that they include the following disclaimer, “Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, Inc. is not affiliated with any professional organization or outside enterprise, and the ability to post or link about us does not imply otherwise.”

Our official website, https://www.aa.org/, is a great tool including pages ‘For Professionals’, ‘I’m concerned about a drinking problem’, ‘I want to know more about A.A.’, short videos, a page for International Languages, and professional newsletter About A.A. 

All the content is available in English, Spanish, and French. Subscriptions to AAGrapevine and La Viña are also available.

Our free Meeting Guide app will identify A.A. meetings near you by distance, and shares how to contact local A.A. communities.

Chat With Us!

Our Georgia state website has a capability where you can chat with our Office Manager. Click on the link and then click on the “Leave us a Message” to begin chat session.


Contact Us

LinkedIn.com –Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, Inc.

GSSA (Georgia State Service Assembly) Office
P.O. Box 7325
Macon, Ga 31209

picpc@aageorgia.org -PI/CPC (Public Information and Cooperation with the Professional Community) for Area 16-State of Georgia