Alcoholics Anonymous is a grassroots movement that became a powerful international organization that helps alcoholics to successfully stop drinking. The organization was begun in 1935 with founders Bill W, and Dr. Bob S. in Akron, Ohio. The movement slowly spread throughout the Midwest, New York and nationally. Today Alcoholics Anonymous is an international program that has over two million active members and approximately 115,350 groups worldwide. In this paper, I will examine the history and growth of this unique organization and examine its methods for helping alcoholics recover and operate as a global entity.
Alcoholism, a Definition and Its Effects
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