Alcoholics Anonymous - Helpline and Live ChatDelivered by Alcoholics Anonymous
If you want help with a drinking problem, then we want to help you.
Please phone our helpline on 0800 9177 650 if you want to speak with someone who can help you understand a drinking problem and explain how AA is able to help and support you further.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have more questions or need more information.
A starters information pack is available to read here.
You may wish to message one of our team of AA Member volunteers - Use Chat Now found here. Introduce yourself with your first name, and if one of the team is online at that moment, he/she will respond and seek to answer your questions. If there is no responder available, you will still be able to email us at email@example.com. It will be answered as soon as possible.
If you prefer, you can simply turn up at one of our meetings. We strongly suggest that when you arrive you let someone know that this is your first meeting, that way they will be able to provide you with information that most people new to AA find useful. Please do not use our national helpline number for meeting or general information - this is solely for those people who need to speak to a member of AA about their drinking.
Toryglen Community Hall provides opportunities to connect, learn and grow. We offer many sessions, activities and groups that promote wellbeing, good health and social connection.
Information advice signposting and referral surgery every Monday 11am till 2pm Cuppa and Chat group Monday 12 - 2 Appointment only support sessions Tuesday to Friday Buddy Mentoring Programme 2.30 - 5 Mon, Tues and Thurs Youth Group Wednesday 6 till 8pm Bi weekly Exceptional Minds Support Thursday 10.30 till 12.30 Scotstoun and Garrowhill Third Monday Scotstoun and 4th Thursday Garrowhill