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Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)

Alcoholics Anonymous provides confidential 365 days a year to help people who have a drinking problem and want to stop drinking and remain abstinent.

Those seeking AA help will need to phone us themselves on the number below as we do not accept referrals from third parties.

The AA also provides personal local contacts and introduction to 900 self-help groups in the Greater London area, and also provides literature that describes the fellowship of AA, and the 12 step programme of recovery. We also have contacts available in 44 languages and One British Sign Language meeting a week in Central London. There are also groups that meet in hospitals and prisons.


People who may be alcoholics or think they have a drinking problem.
To access please contact our helpline between 10am -10pm. We are open 365 days a year.
0207 407 0700 (London) 0800 917 7650 (National)
AA Southern Service Office, Raven Wharf
14 Lafone Street
London
SE1 2LR

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