Audio and Video from the 2020 West Great Lakes ACA Intergroup Annual Conference has started to be uploaded. Click here to find audio, presentations and handouts.
Please check out our COVID-19 page for updates, suggestions for providing safe meetings and changes to schedules due to COVID-19. https://westgreatlakesaca.org/west-great-lakes-aca-intergroup-response-to-covid-19-concerns/. This page will be updated frequently as the situation changes.
Adult Children of Alcoholics (ACA or ACoA), is an anonymous 12 Step recovery program for individuals who grew up in alcoholic or otherwise dysfunctional homes. ACA is founded on the belief that family dysfunction is a disease that affected us as children and continues to influence us as adults.
What is an “Adult Child”?
An adult child is someone who meets the demands of life with survival techniques learned as children. Without help, we unknowingly operate with ineffective thoughts and judgments that can sabotage our decisions and relationships.
Who Attends our Meetings?
ACA is not limited to those from alcoholic homes. If you identify with traits from this list, ACA may benefit you.
|Our members have found ACA helps them recover from the effects of family dysfunction.
We encourage you to come to a meeting and read more about ACA.