Alcoholics Anonymous - Steve

Thursday, 15 October 2020 - 1:00pm to 2:00pm

Steve was a smart arse at school, grew up with an older brother and loving parents and an alcoholic uncle. He got his first taste of alcohol in primary school but it wasn’t until his early teens that he started underage drinking, setting out to get drunk. By the rime he as twenty his drinking and drug use had rendered him unemployable and he lived as a derelict in Melbourne. He sought help through his parents and got into Alcoholics Anonymous but continued taking drugs and eventually also got into Narcotics Anonymous where he found that alcohol and drugs were equally toxic to him.

Both fellowships enabled him to give up drugs and alcohol and start living and participating in society again.

If you think that alcohol may be a problem then Alcoholics Anonymous could help you. Give them a call on 1300 222 222 or see their website

If you’re having problems with drugs of any kind, you can call the Narcotics Anonymous helpline on 1300 652 820 or 0488 811 247 or go online at

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Thursday 1:00pm to 2:00pm
Talk on substance misuse, alcoholism and other addictions. Information on support groups is given.


The Living Free Crew