"Opening the Door to Emotional Sobriety"
Welcome to the 2016 ACA Convention
*** Open Call for Workshop Leaders & Speakers ***
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February 26-28, 2016
Crowne Plaza Hotel & Resort
Redondo Beach, Ca
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In the United States today, one in every four children grows up in an alcoholic or otherwise dysfunctional home. If left untreated the long term effects created by being raised in that type of environment can negatively impact a person’s self-esteem and socialization skills for a lifetime. The more we know, the more we grow! This year the convention theme is “Opening the Door to Emotional Sobriety”; a concept first introduced by Bill Wilson in 1958, the co-founder of Alcoholics Anonymous. Understanding Emotional Sobriety and being able to apply it practically in our daily lives is an important key to lasting recovery. The ACA Convention provides a safe environment where Adult Children can meet like-minded Fellow Travelers, gain greater insight into their recoveries, and help spread the ACA message to those who still suffer. There will be hourly ACA meetings, a series of helpful workshops, a keynote speaker’s address and other social activities. We look forward to seeing you at this exciting event!
Please explore the website and explore what's available this coming year. We update the site as developments occur, speakers and workshop leaders submit their abstracts, and new material is received. Work has already started on next year's content. Learn how you can be a part of shaping next year's Convention by Volunteering for the 2016 Committee. Check back often for new details.
"The Convention grows by word-of-mouth. We encourage you to share this at meetings and with adult children everywhere. If you would like to receive copies of the registration flyer please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call our hotline at (310) 220-1165. A .pdf copy is also available on the downloads page on this website.
“The mission of the Adult Children of Alcoholics (ACA) Convention is
to carry the message of ACA recovery to adult children everywhere.”