Alcoholics Anonymous is a voluntary worldwide fellowship of men and women from all walks of life who meet together to attain and maintain sobriety. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for AA membership. It is a program of total abstinence. Members simply stay away from one drink, one day at a time. Sobriety is maintained through sharing experiences, strength, and hope at group meetings, and through the suggested Twelve Steps for recovery from alcoholism.
Join us in person for Life Skills, a peer-led group about wellness and recovery skills.
Are you raising a child experiencing social, emotional or mental health challenges? Join us for virtual peer-led Parent Support Group. Building strong families during challenging times when caring for children at risk or with social, emotional, and mental health challenges.
-health & well-being
-developing coping strategies
-in-home behavioral approaches
-accessing services & resources
by phone: 301-715-8592
meeting ID: 934 9296 2462
Construir familias fuertes durante tiempos dificiles en el cuidado de los ninos en riesgo o con dificultades emocional, social y salud mental.
-salud y bienestar
-desarrolar estrategias de afrontamiento
-estrategias para comportamientos en el hogar
-acceder servicios y recursos