How Can Greater Western Region Help Your Intergroup or Meeting?

Support for Intergroups

Are you trying to startup a new Intergroup? Reach out to us so we can assist you.

Are you trying to start a meeting?

Reach out to us so we can assist you and get you connected to your local Intergroup.

Need Help Contacting WSO?

ACA Western Region can be your voice for important issues that WSO needs to know.

What is ACA?

ACA is a 12 Step / 12 Tradition program of recovery dedicated to people who were raised in dysfunctional families. ACA does not seek to assign blame to parents or caretakers, but we seek to understand the reality of how family dysfunctions affected us as children and still affects our adult behavior today.

Family dysfunction can include alcoholism, abandonment, neglect, or any type of addiction or abuse. ACA is synonymous with ACoA; Adult Children Anonymous; & Adult Children of Alcoholics and Dysfunctional Families.

Adult Children can identify with many (if not all) of the 14 characteristics below. This list of common traits is affectionately known as the “Laundry List”

What Are ACA Regions?

ACA Regions are service committees that are part of the Adult Children of Alcoholics and Dysfunctional Families service network supporting the ACA membership. This ACA service network includes meetings, Intergroups, Regions, and the World Service Organization (WSO). ACA Regions consist of Intergroup and meeting members in specific geographic areas.

In April 2017, the WSO Board and the Annual Business Conference (ABC) reaffirmed WSO’s “historical commitment to the formation of regional service entities as important channels for improving service to the fellowship and for increasing connections between meetings, Intergroups, and the WSO.”

 

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