A.A. Treatment Center of Schaumburg

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Our Work Flow

Pushing the boundaries between progression and innovation.

Great Treatment Programs

One of the hardest parts of sobriety is transitioning from an inpatient treatment center to an A.A. group.

Bridging the Gap Program

The veteran A.A. member will act as a temporary contact for our new member, introduce them to our community, and make sure they get to their first few meetings

Twelve Traditions of A.A

We’ve included a list of those Twelve Traditions, along with brief explanations for most of them to clarify things a bit.

Self Awareness Program

We believe that recovery is only possible when a person admits to themselves that they have a problem.

Inspirational Stories

If you’ve never been to an A.A. meeting before, you may not be sure what to expect. The first thing we want to stress is that you are welcome.

24/7 Availability

We are here to help you. So whenever it's right for you, just reach out to use anytime of the day and one of our representatives will get in touch with you


“United the we stand” - the words we live and create by.
According to a 2010-2014 study by the Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, 6.2 percent of Illinois residents suffer from alcohol addiction or about 660,000 people.

Another survey by the National Survey on Drug Use and Health found that over 95% of addicts (including alcoholics) did not seek help because they felt they did not need help.

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True Facts

Here are some simple, true facts about our A.A treatment center
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