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A.A. Members

This site is for people who say they are AA Members, and provides information on the A.A structure in NZ and provides information to members to assist them in carrying the message to the still suffering alcoholic.

If you are looking for help and information on problem drinking, please go to our main A.A. website

If this is your first visit then you must complete the to view the registered content.

            

Existing members may login here: Member Login

Once logged in, members may change their personal details on the Profile Page. For help on this click here.

Can't remember your username, see how to have it e mailed to you here.

Can't remember your password, see how to have a new password sent to you here.

See how to change your password here.

If you no longer wish to receive the newsletters, see how to cancel the subscription here.

 

The Terms and Conditions of registration outline our information collection policy, however to briefly summarise, these are:
  • As above, the site is for people who say they are AA members.
  • The purpose of the site is to provide information on the A.A structure in NZ and provides information to members to assist them in carrying the message to the still suffering alcoholic.
  • As such the site may contain personal details where this information has been authorised to be provided as well as allowing members to change meeting detail.
  • Because of this and in line with MG-18 (Internet Guidelines) the site needs to be password protected.
  • To ensure the integrity of the password system, certain personal details are required prior to issuing a password. No personal details will be made available on the site unless such details are provided directly for inclusion on the site..

See our full Privacy Policy and Privacy Act 1993 disclosure.

   

How do I join AA and become a member?

There is no formal application or joining process. You are an A.A. member if and when you say you are. The only requirement for A.A. membership is a desire to stop drinking.
   

Alcoholics Anonymous Website

www.aa.org.nz

A.A. Annual Convention

www.aaconvention.org.nz

A.A. Members Website

www.aamembers.org.nz