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Welcome to AA Renewal!
This web site has been created and is supported by a bunch of long-time sober alcoholics. We are currently located in the western portion of the US, but we've been sober in a lot of states and cities through the years. What brings us together is our love of AA. Unabashed. Unequivocal. AA saved our lives and we're very grateful. What also brings us together is a concern that AA just ain't what it used to be, isn't attracting new members like it once did, and isn't holding on to oldtimers like us like it once did. We're concerned the movement's spirit is drained, it's future is not assured, and that a lot of real alcoholics are no longer finding AA attractive.
What is on the aarenewal.org web site?
This web site is supported solely for the discussion of issues regarding the program and organization of Alcoholics Anonymous. It's sole purpose is the support and facilitation of conversations that are happening throughout the organization by members who are concerned that our future be assured.
The layout of this site is organized as follows (tabs at the top of the page can navigate you to these areas):
|Public Blogs||These are articles written by members who's opinions may or may not reflect aareform.org members as a whole|
|FAQ||Questions and answers about topics we think folks might be wondering about.
|Forum||This is a discussion forum where you are welcome to share your opinions on AA or this site. While all opinions are generally welcomed, this is a moderated forum and you will be expected to constrain conversation appropriately.|
|About||General information about aareform.org, who we are, and how the site and membership works.|