24 Hour Info Line:

02 9488 9820

All Australia
24 Hour AA Info Line:

1300 222 222

Helpline – Northern Sydney Central Service Office

Helpline

Your Story here….

Were you helped by your call to the AA Helpline, answered by a volunteer for the NSCSO?  We’d love to receive your story to post here.  What motivated you to call?  What did you hear that made a difference?  What happened next?

 

When you’re ready to ask for help, the members of Alcoholics Anonymous are here.  Give us a call…

AA Declaration

I am responsible. When anyone, anywhere, reaches out for help, I want the hand of AA always to be there and for that:

I am responsible

For each of us there was moment when we recognise that we had a real problem and we were ready to ask for help. That moment might be very brief. Be it 3:00 am on a Sunday morning or 4:00 pm on a Tuesday, it is critical that a member of AA is their to offer help and hope and to guide the newcomer to their first meeting. That is why NSCSO maintains a 24/7 help line.

During office ours the helpline the helpline is ansswered by the volunteer staffing the St Ives drop in centre. After hours the helpline is diverted to a volunteers on a roster, either on their mobile or their landline.

This service is part of the National AA helpline 0n 1300 222 222. Calls to this number are, in theory, diverted to the nearest availlable CSO though in practice we receive calls from alcoholics all over Australia.

Your Story here....

Were you helped by your call to the AA Helpline, answered by a volunteer for the NSCSO?  We'd love to receive your story to post here.  What motivated you to call?  What did you hear that made a difference?  What happened next?

 When you're ready to ask for help, the members of Alcoholics Anonymous are here.  Give us a call...