Media Information November 2020
Alcoholics Anonymous in Great Britain has seen a rise in people seeking help to stop drinking since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic.November 2020
Local AA office staff can pass on media requests for follow-up interviews in all UK regions. Contact:
York 01904 644026
London 020 7407 0700
Glasgow 0141 226 2214
AA National helpline 0800 9177 650
The lives of alcoholics and their families depend on the ability to maintain personal anonymity. Members should remain anonymous in the media. Press are invited to attend an open meeting of AA only if accompanied at all times by a representative from Alcoholics Anonymous, arranged in advance with prior consent from meeting attendees. No recording equipment may be used.
We never disclose or pass on email addresses to any third party.
A full range of pre-recorded Public Service Announcements for Radio and Television broadcasts may be obtained by contacting GSO.
PO Box 1
10 Toft Green
York YO1 7NJ.
Public Health England (PHE) asked Alcoholics Anonymous to clarify their view on the most commonly held myths about AA.30 January 2020
Alcohol Change's Alcohol Awareness Week is coming 7-11 November 2019 & Alcoholics Anonymous' Awareness Campaign is for all of November 2019.October 2019
Alcoholics Anonymous joined the Accrington Stanley Community Trust and the youth team recently to provide the Under 18 squad with a workshop about the effects of alcoholism on footballers.31 July 2019
The General Service Board of Alcoholics Anonymous is pleased to announce the appointment of three new Non-Alcoholic Board Trustees (NAT's), volunteers from a range of professional fields.17 June 2019