Beaver County AA

Steps 6,7 & 10
7:30PM Thursday

has closed




Annual 24 Hour

Holiday Celebration

Monday

December 24, 2018
at the

Vanport Fire Hall

FLYER

If you need immediate help

Pittsburgh Area Central office

24 Hr Answering Svc:

412.471.7472

Beaver County AA is a web portal committed to serving the members of Alcoholics Anonymous in Beaver County, PA. This site is a joint venture of District's 24 and 25 of Alcoholics Anonymous Area 60 (Western PA). We hope you find the site useful and we welcome any suggestions you may have for making the site better for our members. Please use the Contact Us page to submit any comments and requests.  

Welcome    

Sisters of Sobriety

 WILL NOT

be meeting on

Christmas Eve. 

​​VOLUNTEERS

Needed



Beaver County

Correction and Treatments

is always in need for Volunteers.

_Especially Women_
 They meet the 3rd Thursday

of the month at 6pm at First Presbyterian Church

252 College Ave Beaver Pa
Anyone interested in getting involved at any level is encouraged to attend.  
If anyone has any questions about

Corrections and Treatments 

Ask at your Homegroup or
send an email "Contact Us" link on top of the page.



The Functions Committee is in need of Volunteers
To find out more

Ask at your Homegroup

or email the website

with the "Contact Us" link

on top of the page.


 

PI/CPC Needs volunteers to distribute literature. 

Please ask at your Homegroup or   send email "Contact Us" link on top of the page.

 

 Anonymity is the spiritual foundation of all our Traditions, ever reminding us to place principles before personalities.


Read or Listen to  The Big Book & Twelve and Twelve online



12 Steps


12 Traditions


​12 Traditions (Long Form)


12 Concepts


12 Concepts (Long Form)


BIG BOOK QUOTES

_

Liquor ceased to be a luxury; it became a necessity.
Alcoholics Anonymous,
4th Edition,
Chapter
Bills Story
Page_5
With permission of
A.A. World Services Inc.

_
 We learned that we had to fully concede to our innermost selves that we were alcoholics. This is the first step in recovery.

The delusion that we are like other people,

or presently may be, has to be smashed.
We alcoholics are men and women who have lost the ability to control our drinking.

We know that no real alcoholic ever recovers control.

All of us felt at times

that we were regaining control, but such intervals —

usually brief — were inevitably followed by still less control, which led in time to pitiful and incomprehensible demoralization.
            _           
Alcoholics Anonymous,

4th Edition,

Chapter 3

More About Alcoholism

Page_30

With permission of

A.A. World Services Inc.


AA Responsibility Declaration-

I am responsible.

When anyone, anywhere,

reaches out for help,
I want the hand of A.A.

always to be there.

And for that:

I am responsible.