Below are books and workbooks that one can purchase for your ACA journey. One way is to purchase them from ACA's WSO Website or go to that online shopping place that is named after a South American River. Clicking on the image of each item will take you to it's purchase page.
The ACA Fellowship Text is owned, copyrighted and published by ACA WSO. ACA WSO acts as the central agency of the program, gathering and disseminating meeting information; creating and distributing literature, and provides information to the general public.
The ACA Fellowship Text (commonly referred to as the Big Red Book or BRB) is a meeting book, Steps book, Traditions book, workbook, and group guide.
The ACA Fellowship Text was anonymously written by ACA members and provides guidance on working the 12 Step ACA program leading to recovery from the effects of growing up in an alcoholic or otherwise dysfunctional family.
ACA WSO has adapted AA's Steps (with permission from AA) to address the effects of childhood trauma and neglect, and offer hope to ACAs worldwide.
One can purchase this book in hardbound, soft bound, or electronic publication.
Daily Affirmations Strengthening My Recovery Meditations for Adult Children of Alcoholics / Dysfunctional Families
"What you are about to read was created from a space of love and gratitude for a Program that has saved countless lives physically, emotionally, and spiritually". "Strengthening my Recovery" is a Daily Affirmation and Meditation book written by and for the Adult Children of Alcoholics / Dysfunctional Families (ACA and ACoA) Fellowship. The seeds of this book were planted during the final development of the Fellowship Text, also know as the Big Red Book (BRB).
The Laundry Lists Workbook - Integrating Our Laundry List Traits for Adult Children of Alcoholics / Dysfunctional Families
The Workbook expands the brief description of the "Other" or Opposite Laundry List (BRB, p. 8). It contains concise questions to guide the recovering adult child in reliving actual episodes that produced feelings of inferiority, shame, guilt, and anger (emotional intoxication). This workbook outlines a recovery process for healing the injury and conflict caused by childhood trauma and its continued reenactment, and for withdrawing from emotional intoxication.