Weekly Ready, Set, GO!! sessions have been scheduled out through the beginning of April. What a wonderful way for newbies and veterans to review all the steps and tools that ACA has to offer. Each week a number of steps are reviewed and participants have an opportunity to reflect on together. During the last 2 weeks Inner Child tools are introduced and practiced. If you can fit this into your schedule it will be well worth your time and will give you tools for recovery going forward. Below you will find flyers, dates and times, and information to participate in the upcoming sessions.
Wednesdays, Jan 13, 20, 27, Feb. 3, 10, 17, 2021, 9:00am CT, 10am ET, 7:00am PT, 8:00am MT
You are invited to take part in a set of Ready, Set, GO!! sessions that will have participants from around the globe. We have had such wonderful opportunities to work with Adult Children from around the world over the last few months and we’ve realized how powerful it is to hear stories of recovery around the world. We are not alone. Now an opportunity to walk through Ready, Set, GO!! with “Global” travelers. We are invited to join in Wednesdays, Oct 21, 28, Nov 4, 11, 18, 25, 2020, at 4:00 am Central Time (after the time change it will be 3:00 AM). Please click the flyer below for more information.
A new Ready, Set, GO!! session is set to begin on September 10, 2020. This will be particularly exciting since the materials that we’ll be using are nearly ready for publication. Once again this will be a virtual 6 week session, this time on Thursday mornings starting at 9:00 am Central Time. See below to download the introductory flyer and send an email to email@example.com for RSG updated material.
It is incredible to see how the Ready Set GO!! program has matured since it was first introduced. There are new presentations and audio files to introduce those interested and the workbook, while still under development is maturing as well.
New dates have been added through the fall, with sessions starting in June, July and September with each session running once a week for 6 weeks. These are all virtual meetings and can be accessed by computer, smartphone and regular phone.
Please see below for a new flyer with the new dates and links to the new material. Please read it carefully so you will be prepared and have everything in hand for your meetings.
The draft materials for Ready Set Go are no longer available for direct download from our web site, however, a new welcome flyer is now available which points to new introductory material as well as how to get materials as you prepare to attend Ready Set GO!!
You can download the flyer from the link below. A new session is planned starting on June 6.
Ready Set GO!! has become a program that many Adult Children are finding valuable. Even during this time of social distancing the demand had increased. Two new virtual sessions have been added, Thursday mornings in May and Saturday afternoons in June. Please see the flyer below for details. Please also feel free to download and print out a copy for your group.
You are welcome to take all 12 steps in a day at the Fitchburg Serenity Club, in Fitchburg, WI on March 14, 2020 from 9 am until about 5 pm. This one day program is a comprehensive intro to the language and concepts of the 12 steps of Adult Children of Alcoholics and Dysfunctional Families. It can serve as a great overview if you are just getting started or a refresher if you’ve been at this for a while. Pizza will be served for lunch for a donation, the Ready, Set, GO!! workbook will be provided, and we will also explore a Loving Parent/Inner Child dialog after step 12. Click below for a flyer for additional information and to share with your group.
WHAT: Ready, Set, GO!! Take all 12 ACA steps in a day, followed by a Loving Parent/Inner Child Dialog WHEN: March 14, 2020, 9 am until about 5 pm WHERE:Fitchburg Serenity Club, 6048 McKee Rd, Madison, WI 53719 OTHER DETAILS: Lunch and Workbooks will be provided (donation accepted) RSVP or Questions to Dave S, 608-206-0442 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Please RSVP so we can have enough materials on hand.