Area 41

Alcoholics Anonymous in Nebraska

Nebraska Hotline for Alcoholics Anonymous



Local Hotlines

Resources for the Deaf or Hard of Hearing Alcoholics
Deaf & Hard of Hearing Meetings

Online meetings are located in
the Meeting Locator above.

Accessibilities and Accommodations

Mission Statement

While there are no special alcoholics, there are alcoholics who have additional personal barriers to receiving the A.A. message. For some, a six-inch step can be an insurmountable obstacle. A locked access door, blocked ramp or parking problem can make it impossible to get to a meeting. Some members are ill, homebound or living in retirement or convalescent homes; others have hearing or vision loss, learning, reading or information processing challenges; and still others are elderly, use wheelchairs, canes or have other mobility concerns. Literature may be hard to understand. Childcare issues may make it impossible to attend regular meetings. Remote geography or cultural differences may hinder contact with other members.
(From pamphlet F107)


Contact Us by Email

Events in Next 30 Days

2021-12-11 Lincoln - Holiday Event
2021-12-11 ZOOM - National PICPC Workshop
2021-12-24 Omaha Alcathon
2021-12-25 Omaha Alcathon
2021-12-31 Lincoln - New Years Eve Alcathon
2021-12-31 Omaha Alcathon
2021-12-31 Wayne - District 11 New Years Eve Party
2022-01-01 Omaha Alcathon
2022-01-08 ZOOM - National PICPC Workshop

For more events, see the Event Calendar

Responsibility Statement

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

Declaration of Unity

This we owe to A.A.'s future:
To place our common welfare first; To keep our Fellowship united.
For on A.A. Unity depend our lives, And the lives of those to come.