Debtors Anonymous Literature
D.A. literature is integral to our recovery. You’ll come across uplifting stories from many D.A. members who achieved solvency and found serenity in their lives. Our inspiring literature also teaches us how to work the Twelve Steps, define our own higher power, choose a sponsor, develop a spending plan, and much more. Reading our books and pamphlets between meetings—and especially when we cannot attend meetings—keeps us focused on recovery and deepens our growth.
D.A. New York Intergroup currently distributes literature only at special events, such as Share-A-Day. However, individuals and groups can order D.A. literature through the DA World Service Office.
Debtors Anonymous English Language Pamphlets Now Available in Electronic Format
The General Service Board (GSB) of Debtors Anonymous is pleased to announce that most of the Fellowship’s English-language pamphlets previously available only in paper format are now available for electronic download.
Fellows can choose to purchase any of 17 individual pamphlets for 99 cents each;
The Debtors Anonymous Newcomers packet and BDA newcomers packet for $4.95;
All seventeen pamphlets collected together for $9.99
The electronic versions can be downloaded to desktops, laptops, tablets, or smart phones.
DA Downloadable Pamplets (Free)
These pamphlets are being made available for download on the D.A. World Service website without charge and may be printed/reproduced for group or personal use. Please consider making a contribution to support D.A.
The use of A.A. Literature in D.A.
Find out why we are anonymous! Clarifies the role of anonymity as a personal and spiritual principle and defines our public relations perspective on anonymity at the level of the mass media.
Attendance at business meetings is one of D.A.’s tools, and is an integral part of recovery. This pamphlet describes how we can overcome our reluctance to participate in our group’s business, and become productive members.
General Service Office Brochure
Describes how the General Service Office (GSO) acts as the central administration for all activities affecting D.A. members and groups. Explains the functions of the GSO and suggests how groups can support the Fellowship as a whole through the GSO.
The General Service Representative is each group’s link between local members and D.A.’s worldwide service structure. The role and responsibilities of the GSR are explained in detail.
Thoroughly explains service as one of the Twelve Tools of recovery. Describes why service is crucial to our recovery and how we can receive the vast rewards-and avoid the pitfalls-of service. Discusses all levels of service from our local groups to the World Conference.
Much of our recovery happens in our one-on-one conversations with our sponsors. Find out what to expect from sponsorship, how to obtain a sponsor, and how to reach out with this tool so both participants benefit.