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Having trouble with drinking?
If you think you have a problem with alcohol and are keen to learn more then this section of the main A.A. website is for you.

Do you work with problem drinkers?
This section of the A.A. website is for those in professions where they work with or regularly come into contact with alcoholic drinkers.

Alcoholics Anonymous Portal
Gateway to the Main A.A. website for Great Britain.

Wales and Borders Region
For dates of Regional Assembly meetings.

South East Wales Intergroup Website (previous version)If you came to use from the previous version of this site or would like to visit please come across here

Welsh National Convention
Convention information and dates.

Members Area
A place where existing members can learn more about service in A.A. and how to get more involved. You will need to register before using this facility.

Meetings in Great Britain
Go here if you are trying to find meetings in another area of the country. Please note: The South East Wales Intergroup is not responsible for updating the national website and advise that you check with local contacts before travelling.

Online Shop
The online shop sells A.A. approved literature and also supplies conference approved materials for Fellowship use.

The Big Book online
The book, known familiarly as "The Big Book" but titled "Alcoholics Anonymous", is the basic text of A.A. and has helped many thousands of members come to terms with both how they affected those around them during thier drinking careers, and to life after they stoppped drinking. The book is available to read online, but can be purchased from the online shop or at any A.A. meeting.

Meeting List
Meeting lists, archivist documents and microsite help can be found here.