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340 NE Maple
Pullman, WA 99163
Phone: (509) 334-1133, Whitman County Counseling Services       
Fax: (509) 332-1608
Contact: AA Answering Service, (208) 882-1597
Crisis Line (509) 332-1505
Website: www.alcoholics-anonymous.org
Moscow & Lewiston: (208) 882-1597
Clarkston: (509) 758-2821

12 Questions for an adult to determine whether he/she has problem with alcohol:
○    Have you ever decided to stop drinking for a week or so, but only lasted for a couple of days?
○    Do you wish people would mind their own business about your drinking—stop telling you what to do?
○    Have you ever switched from one kind of drink to another in the hope that this would keep you from getting drunk?
○    Have you had to have an eye-opener upon awakening during the past year? Do you need a drink to get started, or to stop shaking?
○    Do you envy people who can drink without getting into trouble?
○    Have you had problems connected with drinking during the past year?
○    Has your drinking caused trouble at home?
○    Do you ever try to get extra drinks at a party because you do not get enough?
○    Do you tell yourself you can stop drinking any time you want to, even though you keep getting drunk when you don’t mean to?
○    Have you missed days of work or school because of drinking?
○    Do you have “blackouts”?
○    Have you ever felt that your life would be better if you did not drink?

~If you said yes 4 or more times you are probably in trouble with alcohol.~

12 Questions for the teens to think about in order to find out whether they are alcoholics:
○    Do you drink because you have problems? To relax?
○    Do you drink when you get mad at other people, your friends or parents?
○    Do you prefer to drink alone, rather than with others?
○    Are your grades starting to slip? Are you goofing off on your job?
○    Did you ever try to stop drinking or drink less—and fail?
○    Have you begun to drink in the morning before school or work?
○    Do you gulp your drinks?
○    Do you ever have loss of memory due to your drinking?
○    Do you lie about your drinking?
○    Do you ever get into trouble when you’re drinking?
○    Do you get drunk when you drink, even when you don’t mean to?
○    Do you think it’s cool to be able to hold your liquor?

~If you said yes 4 or more times you are probably in trouble with alcohol.~


About AA and its branches:

Alcoholics Anonymous
○    A 12-step, self-help program developed by and of people who have problems with alcohol and are seeking a comfortable, productive sobriety.
○    The AA answering service has current listing of meeting times and places

Adult children of Alcoholics
○    A 12-step self-help program for adults who grew up in alcoholic homes.
○    Substance abuse education/prevention, and counseling
○    This program offers substance abuse education/prevention, and counseling.
○    The AA answering service has current listing of meeting times and places. (Contact: Sylvia, (509) 334-7883)


Al-Anon
○    A 12-step, self-help program for people who are living with or care about someone who is addicted
○    A fellowship of relatives and friends of alcoholics who share their experience, strength, and hope in order to solve their common problems.
○    Please call for meeting locations. No smoking allowed in the meetings.

Alateen
○    A division of Alanon specifically designed to meet the needs of adolescents who are coping with living with an addicted family member.
○    This program offers substance abuse education/prevention and counseling to the adolescents.
○    The AA answering service has current listing of meeting times and places.
○    There are 114,000 groups all over the world, with membership over 2,000,000 in 180 countries.



Meetings in Moscow, ID
Meeting Name    Day & Time    City    Address
By the Book Women’s Meeting    Sun-Tue & Thu-Sat @ 12:00 AM, Wed @ 7:30 PM    Moscow    420 E 2nd St, Moscow, ID (corner of 2nd & Van Buren Sts)
Extended Hand Grapevine Group    Sunday @ 6:00 PM    Moscow    700 S Main St, Gritman Medical Center Conf room, 1st floor
Happy Hour Group    Tue & Thu @ 5:30 PM    Moscow    123 1st, United Church of Moscow
It’s Saturday Night    Sat @ 7:00PM    Moscow    627 N van Buren
Moscow Friday Night    Friday @ 8:00 PM    Moscow    1st & Jefferson, St Mark’s Episcopal Church
Moscow Sunday    Sun @ 9:30 AM    Moscow    822 Elm St, U of I Campus Christian Center
Mountain View Group    Tue @ 8:00 PM    Moscow    5th Van Butrn, Presbyterian Church enter side door on 5th
New Beginnings Women’s Group    Mon @ 7:30 PM    Moscow    615 N Washington
Rebellion Dogs    Thu @ 7:00 PM    Moscow    822 Elm St, U of I Campus Christian Center
Too Damn Early    Wed & Thu @ 6:30 AM, Sat @ 7:30 AM    Moscow    628 Deakin St, St Augustine Church Annex U of I campus


Meetings in Pullman, WA
Meeting Name     Day & Time    City    Address
Living Sober Group    Sun-Sat 12:10 PM    Pullman    720 NE Thatuna, Ave, Koinonia House WSU Campus
Pullman Study Group 12 & 12    Wed @ 5:30 PM    Pullman    Spring& Main St, Baptist Church Basement
Pullman Study Group Big Book    Wed @ 9:00 PM    Pullman    Spring& Main St, Baptist Church Basement
Pullman Study Group Daily Reflections    Thu @ 7:00 PM    Pullman    Thatuna & Colorado, St Thomas Moore Church Newman Center
Three Forks    Mon @ 8:00 PM, Fri @ 7:00 PM    Pullman    325 NE Maple, Simpson United Methodist Church
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