ADULT CHILDREN OF ALCOHOLICS UK
Welcome to ACA UK
Adult Children of Alcoholics is an anonymous program of women and men who grew up in alcoholic or otherwise dysfunctional homes.
We discover how childhood affected us in the past and influences us in the present (See The Laundry List, and The Problem)
We meet with each other in a mutually respectful, safe environment and acknowledge our common experiences.
We take positive action by practising the Twelve Steps, focusing on The Solution, and we find freedom from the past and a way to improve our lives today.
News & Events
- Bristol - additional new meeting: we now have a third meeting up and running in Bristol, on Sunday 4pm to 5pm. See UKMeetings for full details.
- Hayling Island, Hampshire - additional new meeting: on Tuesday 7.30pm starting December 1st. 2015 See UKMeetings for full details.
- Cambridge - additional new meeting: we now have a second meeting in Cambridge, on the first and third Wednesday of each month, starting December 2nd, 2015. See UKMeetings for full details.
- Folkestone meeting: Please note meeting starts at 7pm with effect from 18 November, 2015.
- Birmingham - new meeting: starting Sunday November 22nd, 2015. See UKMeetings for full details.
- Bristol - new meeting: starting Tuesday December 1st, 2015. See UKMeetings for full details.
- Price reduction on ACA literature: Big Red Book and Yellow 12 Step workbook have reduced in price, see Literature for more details
- To see all the latest news for ACA UK, please click here
- In Meetings you will find a list of all UK ACA meetings (including Skype online meetings), together with some non-UK European English speaking meetings. There is also information about how to set up a new meeting, or change details of an existing one.
- For general enquiries about ACA UK, see section contact us to get in touch by phone or email.
- This section also has links to our facebook site, and the ACA World Service Organisation (ACA-WSO)
- We can take orders for The ACA Big Red Book, The ACA 12 Step Workbook, and the ACA meditation book 'Strengthening My Recovery'...see Literature section for more details.