Do you think you or someone you know might have a drinking problem? Then you've come to the right place. First, you can give us a call at
321-724-2247 (South County) or
321-633-0052 (North County)
24 hours a day, 7 days a week. There is always someone available to answer questions. And by clicking this link you will be taken to a quiz to help you determine if you are, indeed, an alcoholic.
If you're interested in attending an A.A. meeting, you can visit our Meeting Schedule (Where & When) to find a meeting in your area. There are many types of A.A. meetings; the most important types to know about are "Open" and "Closed" meetings. Anyone may attend an open A.A. meeting. Only alcoholics or those who have a desire to stop drinking may attend closed A.A. meetings. If you're not sure you're an alcoholic, or if you'd like to bring a family member to a meeting, please be sure the meeting you attend has the designation 'Open'.
Maybe you've been ordered by the courts to attend A.A. Please read our brochure, Court Ordered to Attend A.A? for more information.
Al-Anon Family Groups is available to help relatives and friends of alcoholics. You may visit the local Al-Anon web site for more information, or call them at 321-639-0220. Also, they distribute thier meeting schedules through most public libraries.
Narcotics Anonymous is a society of men and women for whom drugs have become a major problem. You can visit their local web site or call them at 321-631-4357 if you believe your problem may be due to drugs.
* Note: Brevard Intergroup is not responsible for any content outside of this site.
Last updated 28 July 2022