Contact

General

For general enquiries about ACA UK, please email info@adultchildrenofalcoholics.co.uk and / or see our Facebook community page ACA (UK) Community

Our parent fellowship is ACA World Service Organisation

Meetings

Are you interested in starting a new online ACA Group?
ACA UK has one zoom license with some free time slots to share.
Please contact acaukhost1@gmail.com for more information.

To change meeting details / contacts please contact acaukweb@gmail.com

Safety

For any issues regarding safety in ACA (including Covid safety), please contact ACAUKSafety@gmail.com

A report on the work of the ACA Safety committee since its establishment in February can be read by following the link below.

Committee for Representation, Equity and Accessibility UK (REA)

For enquiries related to ACA and diversity please contact diversity.aca@gmail.com

ACA is an inclusive organisation open to all affected by family dysfunction. It strives to create an atmosphere that reflects the diverse communities it serves. To that end, ACA fully supports people experiencing additional identity-based trauma to explore common experiences and recover together the freedom to be their full authentic selves. The only requirement for membership in ACA is a desire to recover from the effects of growing up in an alcoholic or otherwise dysfunctional family.

We want to hear from people with experience of underrepresentation to help influence the way forward for representation, equity and accessibility in ACA.  We would welcome your views and experience, strength and hope. Drop-ins welcome! Please email us at: diversity.aca@gmail.com

Literature

For all inquiries relating to ACA Literature and literature orders please contact:  literature@acoa.uk

Public Liability Insurance (PLI)

The PLI policy held by the UK Fellowship relies on the immediate reporting of any incidents or accidents that occur at meetings. Therefore, if any such incidents or accidents are serious enough to cause concern with regard to ACA UK’s insurance, groups are asked to do the following:

1. Immediately report the incident/accident to the owners of the property the meeting has taken place in, recording the details in any incident/accident book those owners hold for such purposes.
2. Most importantly, report the same information to ACA (UK) via email to insurance@acoa.uk, so that the details can be promptly recorded in ACA (UK)’s own Accident/Incident book. Failure to do so could render the policy invalid.

Any group required to quote details of the policy can access that information via the same (insurance@acoa.uk) email address. The ‘Certificate of Employers Liability’ is displayed here.

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