In Mexico the only legal representation of Alcoholics Anonymous World Services and recognized by Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, Inc. with headquarters in New York City is the Central Mexicana de Servicios Generales de Alcohólicos Anónimos, A.C. with headquarters in Mexico City.
It has a wide variety of books and pamphlets that contribute to the recovery of the alcoholic patient and is the only one authorized to publish and distribute such literature in Mexico.
What is AA?
Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their mutual experience, strength and hope to solve their common problem and help others recover from alcoholism.
The only requirement for AA membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no fees or dues for AA membership; we are supported by our own contributions.
AA is not affiliated with any sect, religion, political party, organization or institution, does not wish to intervene in controversies, does not endorse or oppose any cause.
Our primary objective is to stay sober and to help other alcoholics achieve sobriety.
How do I join a group?
Just look in our National Group Directory for the group nearest you, check the time and days of the session, and introduce yourself by mentioning that you want information on how to stop drinking. If it is for a family member, mention that you want information on AA for a loved one or friend. You can also call us at 800 216 92 31 and we will be happy to give you advice.
How does Alcoholics Anonymous work?
Alcoholics Anonymous groups work through one and a half hour sessions in group therapy of mutual help, attendance is voluntary and its services are free of charge.
Call us at 800 216-9231.
Includes AA, NA, SLAA and CODA. Their hope is to provide citizens and visitors with a resource to keep in touch with their recovery program while visiting Puerto Vallarta and the surrounding area known as Banderas Bay.
AA Nuevo Vallarta provides local and visitor friends of Bill W. with Alcoholic Anonymous recovery program meetings in the Riviera Nayarit area of Banderas Bay.
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