Having trouble with caffeine or just want to quit?

Using the 12 steps of Alcoholics Anonymous, we’ve created a fellowship of men and women who share your desire to stop using caffeine. Whether you are using caffeine or not, if you want to learn more, cut back, quit, or something in between, we welcome you to our weekly, free, teleconference calls. Visit the home page for details. Visit our audio page to listen to the speakers at our speaker meetings, held the last Thursday of every month and every Sunday.

Meet some of the members

Capina: "I kept trying to control my caffeine use by myself. I tried abstinence and giving in--letting myself drink or eat or swallow as much as I wanted. Nothing worked for long...

Mike:  I had been a sometime iced-tea user in my early twenties, but I gave it up and never used caffeine again in any form until I was forty-three years old.  I had been sober in another twelve-step program for a couple of years and one day...

Karen: My name is Karen and I’m a gratefully recovering caffeine addict. I cannot put into words how difficult it was for me to become abstinent. If I can do it, anyone can...

Edward:  Caffeine has been around my whole life.  Pepsi was one of my first words.  I never got jittery or hyper when my parents let me have a drink...