Welcome to Area 81 Alcoholics Anonymous

About Us Get Help Meetings
Public Information For Professionals Treatment Centres
Corrections Events For Area Officers
Contact Us Other Resources Covid19

Welcome to Area 81 Alcoholics Anonymous

Area 81 of Alcoholics Anonymous covers the geographic area of New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island, on the east coast of Canada. It consists of 12 districts and approximately 196 in-person meetings a week in both the French and English languages.

Our Twelfth Step - carrying the message - is the basic service that the A.A. Fellowship gives; this is our principal aim and the main reason for our existence. Therefore, A.A. is more than a set of principles; it is a society of alcoholics in action. We must carry the message, else we ourselves can wither and those who haven't been given the truth may die.

Getting Help With an Alcoholism Problem

Find information about alcoholism and how to get help.

Contact Us and Meetings

You can find local A.A. meetings and how to get in touch with A.A. in our area.

Public Information

There is information here for the general public about A.A. There is also info for A.A. members working in our Public Information Service.

For Professionals

There is information here for the about A.A for the professional community: doctors, lawyers, clergy, and others who will see alcoholics in a professional capacity. There is also info for A.A. members working with the Professional Community in CPC.

Treatment Centres

There is information here about the work that A.A. does with Treatment Centres in our area.

Corrections

A.A.'s corrections service coordinates the work of individual A.A. members who are carrying our message of recovery to alcoholics behind the walls.

Upcoming Events

Information about Public Events, Conferences, and Roundups is provided.

For Area Officers

Books, literature, and other service items are provided.

Contact Us and Meetings

You can find local A.A. meetings and how to get in touch with A.A. in our area.

Other Resources

You can find local A.A. meetings and how to get in touch with A.A. in our area.

Covid19

Covid19 has had a significant impact on in-persons meetings. Some in-person meetings are operating while some are suspended. Meetings are following the provincial health guidelines.

See the In-Person Meetings. There are also Online Meetings if you cannot attend in-person meeting.