Alcoholics Anonymous General Service Office

A non-profit 12-Step program with alcohol information & referral for all ages, anyone who has a desire to stop drinking. Includes: complimentary AA Service Material for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing People: List of Central Offices, Intergroups and Answering Services (Some have TTYs - for times and locations of local meetings) A Deaf Newcomer Asks; How It Works in ASL; Translation of the Twelve Steps for Signing Purposes; Translation of the Twelve Traditions for Signing Purposes; Is AA For You; A Brief Guide to Alcoholics Anonymous; AA Guidelines: Carrying the AA Message to the Deaf Alcoholic; Serving Alcoholics with Special Needs; Other materials including videotapes in ASL and Closed-captioned, illustrated pamphlets are listed in current catalog, with price and discount information.

Box 459 Grand Central Station
New York, NY 10163

(212) 870-3199 - (TTY)
(212) 870-3400 - (Voice)

(212) 870-3003




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