- “Some of our behavior has been disturbing and perhaps outside the bounds of law.”
- “We cannot fix our car, pay bills, or stay out of jail without recovery.”
- “Adult children run the gamut of functionality as adults. Many are high-powered professionals; others are in prison. And certainly some are doing both.”
- “Some adult children have committed crimes that have caused them to spend time in prison or lose their family and job.”
- “Carrying the ACA message of hope into a prison or treatment center is a good way of paying society back for harms against the greater public. This benefits our personal recovery as well. We get out of ourselves and help create a better society by helping the suffering adult child.”
- There are many pages in the fellowship text that go into detail about these types of scenarios. ( 292, 613, 515, 546)
- To get a meeting into a facility, click here and select WSO Hospitals and Institutions Committee
- If you are a professional working with clients with in jail please read this for getting more information on ACA for your clients.
- If you are in a jail, please read this for more information on how to help yourself and/or the facility with ACA information.
- To send a letter or email please see below.
Post Office Box 811
Lakewood, CA 90714