"Taking the Action That Heals Us"
Welcome to the 2015 ACA International Convention
February 27 - March 1, 2015
Crowne Plaza Hotel & Resort
Redondo Beach, Ca
Join us in 2015 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel at King Harbor in beautiful Redondo Beach, California (South Bay area pictured above). This 25th year of ACA Conventions in Southern California promises to be something special. Almost 300 people attended last year's Convention in northern San Diego County. With the move to a more exciting beach venue closer to major population centers we expect nearly 500 attendees this year.
For those who want to make it a real vacation, the Crowne Plaza has extended the very special Convention room rate for three days before and three days after the Convention, subject to availability. You simply cannot find luxury beach accommodations anywhere near the price. Come early, stay late or do both so you can enjoy more of the dazzling array of area attractions. Spend a day at the beach or in the local mountains. Visit Disneyland, Sea World, Magic Mountain, Universal Studios or Hollywood. Do some sport fishing or shop at world class boutiques on Rodeo Drive. Enjoy fine dining with cuisine from the world over. Find out what millions of tourists discover every year - Southern California is a fine place for a long vacation!
Check out the website and explore what's available at the ACA Convention this year. We update the site often as developments occur, speakers and workshop leaders submit their abstracts, and new information is added. Check back often for new details.
See ya' at the beach!
Mission Statement of your trusted servants on ACA International Convention Planning Committee:
“The mission of the Adult Children of Alcoholics (ACA) International Convention is to further the message of strength, hope and recovery which ACA offers to those both in and outside of the rooms of ACA.”
NOTE: We are not affiliated with or endorsed by the ACA World Service Organization (WSO). We are an independent ACA 12-Step group that has met for decades in Southern California to create this annual ACA recovery-oriented convention for adult children of alcoholics and dysfunctional families. Through the years adult children from all over the world have attended.