Learn how those who experienced barriers to AA or felt different from other AAs have learned that they belong--below are AA pamphlets and other AA literature that demonstrates that the "only requirement for AA membership is a desire to stop drinking" (Tradition 3).
AA Accessibilities Checklist:
“The Twelve Steps Illustrated.”
“A.A. for the Older Alcoholic”
“AA for Alcoholics with Mental Health Issues”
“Access to A.A.: Members Share on Overcoming Barriers”
“Frequently Asked Questions About A.A.”
“Is A.A. For Me?”
“LBGTQ Alcoholics in AA”
“This is A.A.”
“This is A.A.” – Large Print
The “God” Word: Agnostic and Atheist Members in AA
"A.A. for the Native North American"
"Do You Think You're Different?"
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