never stay sober if you don't know how to have fun
Residents are encouraged to stay involved with
recreational activites. Having a supportive fellowship
builds strength in the sobriety process.
AA has provided the spiritual program to live by while
in the halfway house. House members are reminded that
they will have to live by the things they learn in AA
for the rest of their lives if they want to stay sober.
"We take the homeless and the hopeless and give them the
support they need until they are able to support
AA National Website
A History of Alcoholics Anonymous by Oliver Clark - this visual and auditory history of AA spans the period 1932-1971. (Page loads slow, be patient)
Wichita Nonprofit Chamber of