About DAA

DAA is a fellowship of men and women who have recovered from drug addiction by following the Twelve Steps - a tried and tested programme of practical spiritual action. Our fellowship attracts drug addicts from many walks of life, who between them used many different drugs, both legal and illegal. Nonetheless, we share a common problem: all of us, when using, had little or no control over the amount we took. And even when we sincerely attempted to, we were unable to stop using drugs entirely. In DAA, we found a solution to our problem, and now find life without drugs enjoyable and rewarding.

We have designed this website to be as useful as possible. There is, however, no substitute for attending one of our meetings; this is the best way to find out what we do and how we can help you.

Details of DAA meetings in the UK can be found on the Meetings page.

Latest News...

Brighton Tuesday Meeting Changes
Last updated: 24th Apr '14
'1st Brighton Group' has changed to Monday nights and has a new venue.
New Meeting in Oxford Started
Last updated: 22nd Apr '14
A new group had its first meeting on the 15th April
2nd Brighton Meeting Up & Running
Last updated: 16th Apr '14
Details on the meetings page
The 'Our Primary Purpose' group in Blackpool has changed the day of their meeting!
Last updated: 13th Feb '14
It is now Thursday and NOT Wednesday
New DAA group Started in Barnstaple, North Devon
Last updated: 4th Feb '14
'There is a Solution' group has formed in North Devon. Full details on the South West meetings webpage.

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