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.

Cooperation with the Professional Community

A.A. is considered by many professionals to be a valuable resource for alcoholics who want help. When there is a good working relationship between A.A. members in the community and paid alcoholism workers, the sick alcoholic is the winner — he or she gets the help needed from both.

We are not in competition with these non-A.A.s; we have our separate functions. A.A. is not in the business of education, research, medicine, counseling, treatment, prevention, or funding. We simply have a message to carry about a program of recovery for alcoholics — a program that works for hundreds of thousands who want it.

The professional can help the alcoholic want it — by education, counseling, and rehabilitative treatment — and can also be of aid through making the community aware of and care about the millions still suffering from the progressive illness of alcoholism.

Read: "About A.A -- A Newsletter for Professionals"

Read: "Information About Alcoholics Anonymous"

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.