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Joe's An 'open speaker' meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous. Fellowship begins at , meeting starts at pm., lasts appoximately 1 hour. (734) 837-7187 Click here for a list of interpreted AA/NA meetings.First Saturday of every month, this meeting is interpreted for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. St Joe's Hospital Catherine Mc Auley Education Center Auditorium 5301 E. If there is not a meeting in your area, contact the Central AA office in your community.Welcome to Addiction Help for Deaf and Hard of Hearing People. Through 12 Step groups like AA and NA, millions of people have found help to stay sober. These video clips are courtesy of the Minnesota Chemical Dependency Program for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Individuals.In this section, you will find answers to your questions and support for recovery from addictions. Drugs or alcohol become more important than any thing else. The full 12 Steps Video and additional recovery materials designed for people who are deaf/hh are available by clicking here. When drug or alcohol use is out of control, treatment is needed. Visit the Alcoholics Anonymous page and answer the list of questions for yourself. Many people who are deaf or hard of hard of hearing struggle with addiction. Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is a large group of people who have learned, “ If you are in trouble with your family, friends, or job because of something you do, but you can't stop doing it, you may have an addiction.Click here for a list of AA Central Offices in Michigan.

Minnesota Chemical Dependency Program for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Individuals This program offers treatment services for people who are deaf or hard of hearing.Index (click the titles below to jump to that section) Addiction is an illness. Or you may borrow the videos from Michigan Association for Deaf and Hard of Hearing (MADHH). Finding support for recovery can be harder if you are deaf or hard of hearing. See Research for more information on the prevalence of addiction among people who are deaf or hard of hearing. Below are video clips of the first 4 steps from AA in ASL, with explanations.They also have videos and other materials including Dreams of Denial, a video featuring Deaf actors and An American Sign Language Interpretation of the 12 Steps.

Video clips in this section are in either Macromedia Shockwave or Windows Media formats so you may need to adjust text to include different formats, etc.

You will need to download a media player for free below if you need one: For AA in Southeast Michigan (Wayne, Oakland, Macomb, st. Special Needs Committee Chair [email protected] Night at St.