Alcohol Anonymous

February 29th, 2012

This organisation aims to help people suffering with alcoholism beat their addiction.
Originally founded by Bill Wilson and Dr Bob Smith in 1935, they aim to assist other alcoholics by helping them stay sober. This philosophy was founded when Wilson came to the realisation that he needed to speak to another alcoholic to stay sober and coincidentally, he spoke to Smith, who too was an alcoholic. In 1939 they then went on to publish their findings now known as “The Big Book”.
Although many do not complete the meetings as more than half who attend the meetings drop out, AA can boast high abstinence rates, as according to their statistics the average time frame of sobriety for those who remain in the meetings is approximately 6 years.

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