Party Animal?

Looking forward to another girls' night out?

Can’t stop at one?

If this sounds familiar, you’ve come to the right place.  We’ve been there and come out the other side. We stopped drinking and you can too!

Who We Are

We are a local group of the Ipswich District members of Alcoholics Anonymous. Our volunteers live in your community, know what you are going through and know how sharing their own personal stories can help you become sober. Our members come from all walks of life and we can put you in touch with someone who understands your own situation. We have both male and female helpers.

We offer meetings every day, either one-on-one or in group meetings.

What We Offer

Free Service

No Contracts or Obligations

Anonymous & Confidential

Understanding & Friendly Support

One-on-one or Group Meetings

Personal Story

Denial held me back...

I was born the eldest of three children. Neither my parents nor sister and brother were alcoholic, which might seem unusual. In fact, I can’t establish any genetic link at all in my family. I had an excellent and privileged childhood and adolescence. My parents were very moral, respectable people of good standing in the community. I was given every possible opportunity in life – private school education, a convertible at 16, trip to Europe at 20, lavish wedding, beautiful home, etc.

In short, I can’t blame anybody or anything for my alcoholism, although I spent years blaming everything and everyone around me. I really believed I was incredibly unlucky – awful things just kept on happening to poor l’il ole me. So I drank…

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