Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is a fellowship of people who share their experiences, hope and strengths with each other in order to stop drinking, maintain their sobriety and help others to recover from alcoholism.
We at Alcoholics Anonymous concentrate on helping alcoholics to stop drinking and lead a sober life. We organize open and closed meetings where group members share their experiences and encourage and rely on one another. We are self supporting through contributions and donations and don’t charge a membership fee. The only eligibility to join Alcoholics Anonymous is the willingness to stop drinking. We help alcoholics help themselves.
Founded in 1935, AA is now established in approximately 170 countries and has been active in Bermuda since 1945. At least one meeting is held per day, 7 days a week. We want to stay true to our name Alcoholics Anonymous and do not wish to reveal the identity of any person involved. Contact us via email, phone or write to our address.