`It's during our darkest moments that we find hope in the light`

Alcoholics Anonymous

 Information in Oxford County

If you know or suspect that you have a problem with alcohol, and would like to check out what A.A. has to offer, call our 24 Hour Answering Service line (519) 438-1122 and request that an A.A. volunteer contact you and explain the A.A. recovery program to you.

The volunteer often takes any willing person to some meetings to get them acquainted with A.A. and to meet some local members. Call our 24 Hr Answering Service line (519) 438-1122

A.A. has volunteers who are responsible for public information, cooperation with the professional community, and A.A. involvement in both treatment and correctional facilities.

Depending upon the nature of your inquiry, we will have the appropriate volunteer contact you.  For example, if you, or your school, agency, clinic, hospital, church, etc. are looking for A.A. pamphlets or a speaker or panel participant, you will be contacted by the public information volunteer.

Please make your request by email to oxfordaapi@gmail.com with the subject line - A.A. or Alcoholics Anonymous.

Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.

I am Responsible:

When anyone anywhere reaches out for help.
I want the hand of A. A. always to be there.
And for that I am responsible