- Finding Your Meeting Registration Number (UID)
- Bideford Thursday (New Meeting)
- LATEST WTF 2023 Q4 Edition
- Southwest Region Workshops
- Conference Report 2023
- GSO Reports, Service News, Flyers & Literature Order Form
- Latest AA Service News
- Next DCIG Meeting – 11 February 2024
- Responders Needed for Our Local Help Line
- Exeter Prison Volunteers- HELP NEEDED
Welcome to our website for AA in Central Devon which covers Exeter, East, Mid and North Devon. The site is for AA members, but it also provides general information for visitors with either a personal or professional interest in the AA program. The site lists all of Devon Central’s meetings These are for members or persons with a drinking problem. Non-alcoholics may attend meetings listed as open.
Finding a local Meeting
On the main menu link you will find both traditional and online meetings as well as news posts giving latest information. Please note that from August 2022, the downloadable Where-to-Find (WTF) lists all 42 of our meetings. We have 37 Traditional, 5 Zoom and 2 Hybrid meetings which are listed on both the traditional and online sections of the new WTF. The WTF download is now maintained between each printing and so the download will contain the very latest changes and updates. See Print Your Own WTF
Service Help Needed
Check out our DCIG volunteers needed: appointments & vacancies
The Primary Purpose
“Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of people who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for AA membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions. AA is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy; neither endorses nor opposes any causes. Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.”
Answers to Important Questions
- What is alcoholism?
- Is AA for you? Just take the test!
- Can I speak to someone in confidence?
- Where can I find an AA meeting?
- What is the AA Program?
Help for partners and families of alcoholics contact Al-Anon on 0207 403 0888
Alcoholism also has a profound impact on families, and they invariably need help too.
Al-Anon UK is our fellow organisation which provides help and support for alcohol affected families and partners.
If you spot any errors or have any suggestions or feedback, as you visit the site, please mail: email@example.com with a short note. DON’T FORGET to give us some contact details – mobile, email etc.