About Area 62 South Carolina Alcoholics Anonymous
The sole objective of Alcoholics Anonymous is to carry the A. A. message
of hope and sobriety to the still-suffering alcoholic. Attentive to the importance of
personal anonymity, the members of Alcoholics Anonymous endeavor to meet this purpose
by sharing their individual experiences and the A. A. fellowship with those concerned
with alcoholism. A.A.’s competency about alcoholism is limited to the subject
matter of Alcoholics Anonymous and its recovery program.
In the spirit of service, Area 62 South Carolina has identified
general service committees, which provide
accurate information to the press, community professionals, and treatment and correctional
institutions. Unless otherwise noted, the information presented on this website is
not endorsed by Alcoholics Anonymous World Services; it represents only the opinions
of the South Carolina service committee members and is intended to assist anyone seeking
information about the recovery from the serious problem of alcoholism.
A.A. has a long history of cooperating but not affiliating with outside
organizations and being available to provide A.A. meetings or information about A.A.
upon request. If you would like additional information about Area 62 South Carolina
Alcoholics Anonymous please send us an email.
This website serves Area 62, and as
such, posts information from and about registered
groups, districts, officers, and standing committees
recognized through the Suggested
Procedures of the South Carolina General Service
Assembly of Alcoholics Anonymous.
(requires username and password)
Area 62 also maintains a listing of
contacts that you may find helpful.
Also you may call or write our General Service Office at:
P.O. Box 459, Grand Central Station
New York, New York 10163
(212) 870 3400