ACA, established in 1953, is dedicated to helping alcoholics and their extended families in areas where Alcoholics Anonymous is restricted by traditions. ACA recognizes the importance of early detection of alcoholism and believes alcoholics are worth helping. ACA’s purpose is to help educate the public to understand that: alcoholism is a treatable chronic disease; alcoholics can be helped and respond well to treatment; alcoholism is a public health problem, therefore a pubic responsibility.
American Council on Alcoholism
1000 E. Indian School Rd.
Phoenix AZ 85014
Toll-free Phone: (800) 527-5344 Help Line
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