How To Get Help…
Call the Alcoholics Anonymous hotline:
Your call will be taken by a recovering alcoholic, a sober member of Alcoholics Anonymous, who knows exactly what you’re going through and can point you in the right direction.
Go to an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting. There are over 130 A.A. meetings available each week in the Marion County, FL area. To get help at a meeting near you, call the Intergroup hotline and visit the listing on our Meetings page.
Read the book “Alcoholics Anonymous.” This is our “text book.” It provides a new plan for living which will enable you to achieve sobriety. You can get a copy at the Intergroup office or read it online at aa.org
These are links to websites that exist outside of Intergroup District 17’s website. We take no responsibility for their content. Here you will find helpful information about the world outside of your local A.A. group.
- Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, Inc. This web site is created and maintained by Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, Inc. The General Service Office is the international office serving A.A. in the U.S./Canada.
- North Florida Area Conference of Alcoholics Anonymous Information about the activities and business of and within AA’s North Florida Area, Area 14.
- Big Book Online—Fourth Edition This is the fourth edition of the basic text of Alcoholics Anonymous. Because it was originally printed on thick paper, it became known as the “Big Book.”
- A.A. Grapevine This is our fellowship’s meeting in print. It is the International Journal of Alcoholics Anonymous. Subscriptions are available, both hard copy and online, and are reasonably priced. Access to archived articles are free with a subscription.
- Al-Anon/Alateen This website is created and maintained by Al-Anon Family Group Headquarters, Inc. This site is helpful to those who have relatives, friends, or co-workers that are alcoholic.