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I got a message from our Health Liaison lady (DCIG HLO) on this very prestigious report which was itself an analysis of 33 peer reviewed studies into Recovery Treatments for alcoholism. See our news article and watch the 15 minute minute video. It is well worth the time. If you like it here is the text for the article with the link to the YouTube video:

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The largest, most rigorous independent study on Alcoholics Anonymous to date shows that AA can help people get sober, stay sober, drink less, and suffer fewer negative consequences of drinking, all while keeping health care costs down. Watch scientists John Kelly (Harvard/MGH) and Keith Humphreys (Stanford/VA) discuss their findings (published 3/11/20 by the Cochrane Collaborative), with commentary from psychologist Gabrielle Jones.

Watch this 15 minute video on the report.

Open meetings for Health Professionals

Many meetings are open to anyone interested in the field of alcoholism, it's effects and recovery,
Health Professionals, teachers, counsellors, youth workers, family and friends - all welcome.
Please see the meetings list for meetings which are open to all.

We look forward to seeing you!

Alcoholics Anonymous UK are seeking members for new Chat now service!

Now that you are sober - Help others to get and stay sober!

There are vacancies for the Online Response Service (ORS) which has been running for a number of years. The main purpose of the ORS Help Desk is to put the still suffering alcoholic in touch with the AA Telephone Service or an AA Group and provide them with information about AA and the 12 Step Programme along with an AA starter pack.

Regular members - New GSRs

Are you a new Group Rep for your group?

There are welcome packs for new GSRs available from West Dorset Intergroup.

Ask your service sponsor or contact West Dorset Intergroup Secretary.

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