AA’s new national telephone number has changed since this video to 0800 917 7650 and the help contact email is email@example.com Online chat is also available from the main website from this page https://www.alcoholics-anonymous.org.uk/About-AA/Newcomers/Get-help-now
Please forgive the age of this recording (although some of the ties and lack of mobile phones is entertaining in itself!), a new replacement is to be released before summer 2018.
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For the telephone service covering East Lancs, Greater Manchester and East Cheshire, if you need to contact them direct they are open every day of the year, 11am till 11pm and are available on 0161 839 2881. An upto date printable meetings list for all 3 areas combined is available here http://www.manchestermeetingslist.com/meetings_list.pdf
For Central and North Lancashire, Blackpool, Cumbria and the Isle of Man, to contact the telephone responder service direct the number is 01253 792632 and they are open everyday 11am until 11pm.
All services show in this video are free and referal free, AA do not need any forms to be filled in nor does the newcomer need to sign up to anything. AA may also be able to provide contact cards (like business cards) with the freephone number on and A4 and A5 posters and information sessions for your staff free of charge. For further information on Public Information service requests in East Lancashire including Pennine Lancashire, Bolton, Bury, Rochdale and Whitefield areas, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please contact AA (GB) General Service Office if you require further professional information or help outside of the above localities given on 01904 644026 during office hours of 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday or email email@example.com for further assistance.
With over 4400 meetings a week in the UK and available in over 180 countries of the world, AA have an extensive cover of meetings available to help people to get sober and get back to living life normally, wherever they chose to travel to or live.
AA works and it could work for whoever you come in to contact with alcoholism too. Please suggest AA as a recovery option with suffering alcoholics and help them contact AA if they want to find out more about the fellowship or go to a meeting as shown in this video. It’s free, confidential and non judgemental.