Do you think you or someone you know might have a drinking problem? Then you’ve come to the right place. First, you can give us a call at (407) 870-8282 , 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. There is always someone available to answer questions. And by clicking this link you will be taken to a quiz to help you determine if you are, indeed, an alcoholic.
If you’re interested in attending an A.A. meeting, you can visit our Meeting Schedule (Where & When) page to find a meeting in your area. There are many types of A.A. meetings; the most important types to know about are “Open” and “Closed” meetings. Anyone may attend an open A.A. meeting. Only alcoholics or those who have a desire to stop drinking may attend closed A.A. meetings. If you’re not sure you’re an alcoholic, or if you’d like to bring a family member to a meeting, please be sure the meeting you attend has the designation ‘Open’.
Maybe you’ve been ordered by the courts to attend A.A. Please read the here for more information.
Al-Anon Family Groups is available to help relatives and friends of alcoholics. You may visit the local Al-Anon web site for more information, or call them at 407.896.4929.
Narcotics Anonymous is a society of men and women for whom drugs have become a major problem. You can visit their local web site if you believe your problem may be due to drugs.
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