Acadiana Service Coordination Committee

Be a part of the triangle of recovery.  Get involved in SERVICE work opportunities in carrying the message to the suffering alcoholic. ASCC is a combined effort between Districts 13E & 13C working together on Treatment & Corrections and Public information/Cooperation with the public community.  This is a new effort to better coordinate our efforts and resources.
All are welcome, join in the fellowship. Bring a sponsee.
Thursday, July 13th, 5:30 pm – Lafayette South Side Library

Download a flyer here.

June 10, 1935 — June 10, 2017

82 Years!!!

“Alone in the town, I was scared to death of getting drunk. I was no longer a teacher or a preacher, I was an alcoholic who knew that he needed another alcoholic, as much as that one could possibly need me. Driven by that urge, I was soon face to face with Dr. Bob.”

AA Co-Founder, Bill W., July 1965
“A Fragment of History: Origin of the Twelve Steps,” The Language of the Heart

Design – No Smoking

If you haven’t heard, A Design for Living group has joined Hub City in using a facility that bans smoking on the entire grounds, including their parking lot.  We have a flyer about the situation at Design to share with your groups and include in your announcements folder. Download it here. Please respect these restrictions.

Alcoholics Anonymous® in the Acadiana area