Adult Survivors
of Child Abuse

a n o n y m o u s
a recovery program
for all survivors of
childhood abuse and
trauma who wish to
heal through applying
a new design for living
based on the 12 Steps
& 12 Traditions of AA
Adult Survivors of Child Abuse Anonymous --

ASCAA - a 12 step program - Adult Survivors of Child Abuse Anonymous


Literature / Printed Materials

Dozens of groups have been created that emulate the AA program of healing and recovery that was first described in the book Alcoholics Anonymous (aka: the "Big Book") in the late 1930's. That's because it works.
Other well known AA literature would include a group of essays written by its co-founder which discusses each of the 12 Steps and 12 Traditions (commonly referred to as the "12&12"). For now, these can both be used to understand the 12 Step program as a "design for living" that results in healing and recovery.

Here are the know groups who have asked to be listed:

(this list will grow over time)



Agoura Hills - "Trauma Survivors Anonymous Group"

Tuesdays at 5:00 p.m. -- 28720 Roadside Drive, Suite #200, Agoura Hills, CA 91301

Contact: Matt Morgan (323) 875-3592



Ann Arbor - "A New Hope Group"

Mondays at 7:00 p.m. -- 2/42 Community Church

Contact: Jon E. (734) 646-0740

"A New Hope" - Flyer / Announcement
"A New Hope" - What Is ASCAA?
"A New Hope" - Meeting Format

More to come


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