Contact Alcohólicos Anónimos Denver

The twelve steps of
Alcoholics Anonymous

  • 1.- We admit that we were powerless over alcohol; that our lives had become ungovernable.
  • 2.- We came to believe that a superior power to ourselves could restore us to sanity.
  • 3.-We decided to put our wills and our lives into the care of God, as we have conceived it.
  • 4.- Without fear we made a thorough moral review of ourselves.
  • 5. We admit before God, before ourselves and before another human being, the exact nature of our defects.
  • 6. We agree to let God free us from all those defects of character.
  • 7.- We humbly ask you to free us from our faults.
  • 8.- We made a list of all those people we had offended and we were willing to repair the damage we caused.
  • 9.- We directly repaired as much damage as we could, except when doing that would result in damage for them or for others.
  • 10.- We continue with our personal development and we carry out a constant self-awareness review, so when we make mistakes we admit them immediately.
  • 11.- We seek, through prayer and meditation, to improve our contact with God as we have conceived it, asking him to let us know his will for us and give us the strength to fulfill it.
  • 12. Having obtained a spiritual awakening as a result of these steps, we try to take this message to the alcoholics and to practice these principles in our life.

24 hour
group

    Our 24 hour group of Alcoholics Anonymous operate 24 hours a day, people who have problems with their drinking can call or approach the group at any time, there will always be one or more people to receive them, there is always a partner willing to extend his hand to help the alcoholic patient who is suffering and asks for help.

Annex

  • The 24 hour group of Alcoholics Anonymous have an annex for those that in their condition, need a period of internment. In these annexes the alcoholic patient is provided with everything necessary, so that, he can dedicate himself fully to his recovery process.


  • The annex is not a shelter. Many times, the alcoholic patient by his way of drinking ends up without resources, and has nowhere to live. The annex provides them with that necessary place to be able to live for a while and can dedicate themselves fully to his recovery process.


  • The annex is also for those alcoholics who, although they have resources, want to dedicate themselves fully to their recovery. Alcoholics who wish to join do not have to pay anything.

Our
Benefits

  • Improve life quality of people with addiction

  • Integrating into society

  • Recover family

  • Keep a stable job

  • Recover values

  • Be an example for society

The owner

Says

"After the first session you won’t hesitate to continue attending. We know it's not easy, but it's the first step to a better life."

About
Alcóholicos Anónimos Denver

Alcoholics Anonymous is a community of men and women who share their mutual experience, strength and hope to solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement to be a member of A.A. is the desire to stop drinking. To be a member of A.A. no subscription or fees are paid; we keep with our own contributions. A.A. is not affiliated with any sect, religion, organization or institution; does not want to intervene in controversies and does not endorse or oppose any cause.

At Alcoholicos Anonimos Denver we want to help you with your drinking problems. We know it’s difficult to do it alone, that’s why we help you in Denver, CO.

Service offered in
Colorado