Young People in AA- TRICYPAA

“Coming into A.A. as young people, we found that there were common challenges to face. In the beginning, we often felt we were too young to be alcoholics. Some of us didn’t drink for a long time; others didn’t drink hard liquor, stumble around, or forget what we did or said when drunk. Being young in the everyday world we face peer pressure, stressful relationships with our parents, and parties being a way of life. In A.A., we often feel different because we may be the youngest person in our group, and some have even had an uninformed older member discourage us by saying things like “I spilled more booze than you drank.”

While there are undoubtedly challenges to face as a young person attempting to recover from alcohol or drugs, it is important to remember you are not alone. The Raleigh area is thriving with young people in recovery, with an active fellowship and specific meetings geared towards the young person. TRICYPAA, or Triangle Committee of Young People in AA is also an excellent way to engage in fellowship and get involved with other young people striving to live their best sober life. TRICYPAA partners with other Young People’s Groups in the area as part of NCCYPAA and engages in a variety of fellowship activities, meetings, conferences, and recovery events. Contact a member of the TRICYPAA team by clicking the link below and come walk with others as we “trudge this road of happy destiny”


TRICYPAA has lots going on for the young person in recovery in Raleigh NC and surrounding areas. From dances and parties to conferences and meetings, there is always plenty to do and engage in.

“It is a fellowship in Alcoholics Anonymous. There you will find release from care, boredom and worry. Your imagination will be fired. Life will mean something at last. The most satisfactory years of your existence lie ahead. Thus we find the fellowship, and so will you.” Take a look at upcoming events in Raleigh and other nearby areas

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