BillIf you want to drink,
that's your business.
If you want to stop,
that's our business.

Read the Books


As soon as you can, we suggest that you read these important books which explain the AA program of recover, our history and Traditions:
  • The Big Book "ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS"
    "I earnestly advise every alcoholic to read this book through, and though perhaps he came to scoff, he may remain to pray." William D. Silkworth, M.D. Alcoholics Anonymous XXX
  • "12 STEPS AND 12 TRADITIONS"
  • "AA COMES OF AGE"
  • "AS BILL SEES IT" (The AA Way of Life)
  • "DR. BOB AND THE GOOD OLD TIMERS"
These books are AA Genearl Service Conference Approved literature. We suggest that you read then and reread them. They can be a constant source of inspiration and understanding. Many of us begin our "Quiet Times" by reading a paragraph or chapter from one of them. They are the basic source of our program of recovery.

Other AA literature is available and can be found on the literature tables as most AA meetings or at the Greater Milwaukee Central Office, 7429 West Greenfield Ave. We feel it can be helpful as you travel the road to happy sobriety.

There are also two excellent periodicals that most of us read. One is the AA "Grapevine", which is published every month in New York and is filled with helpful articles for the alcoholic who wants to get well and stay that way.

The other is "Between-Us", the Greater Milwaukee Central Office monthly publication which is read by members all over the United States. "Between-Us" consists of thoughtful articles and information for the alcoholic in the Greater Milwaukee Area.

You can arrange to have these helpful publications mailed to you regularly. Ask your group secretary or the AA Central Office for details.

 

Reprinted with the permission of Greater Milwaukee Central Office, Inc.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT We wish to thank the Chicago Central Office for their contribution.

Links to Other AA Related Websites
Calendar of Events | AA World Services, Inc. | AA Grapevine | Meetings in Northern WI & the U.P. | Meetings in Southern WI

Al-Anon Family Groups of SE Wisconsin

These websites are neither endorsed nor opposed by A.A. World Services, Inc. Any opinions expressed here are those of Alcoholics Anonymous members, and not, necessarily, those of A.A. as a whole. Inclusion of these web links does not indicate endorsement of the related site or program. They are simply included here for your convenience.