The Twelve Step Program of Debtors Anonymous helps those who suffer from the illness of compulsive debting. It offers compulsive debtors a simple program of recovery. Through working the program it becomes possible to arrest this serious malady and achieve solvency, sanity and prosperity. This simple program rests on the solid foundation of the Twelve Steps, Twelve Traditions, and Twelve Tools of Debtors Anonymous.
“If you have a problem with compulsive debt,
today can be a turning point in your life.”
- What are the signs of compulsive debting?
- Take a debt quiz. 15 questions to help you decide if you have a problem.
- Info Packet – if you’re considering attending a Debtors Anonymous meeting
- Meetings in Dallas, Fort Worth, Plano, Oak Cliff, and Midland Texas!
- See the Meetings Page for more information
- Why are we Anonymous?
- Check out the Debtor’s Anonymous main website to explore further.
A Word to Newcomers:
“If you are having problems with money and debt and think you may be a compulsive debtor, you have come to the right place. Debtors Anonymous can help you. We offer face-to-face, telephone, and Internet meetings. We suggest that you attend at least six meetings so that you may have the opportunity to identify with the speakers and become familiar with D.A. before deciding whether or not this program is for you. If you identify with some or all aspects of compulsive debting, we hope you will join us on the path of recovery and find the peace, joy and love that we have found in Debtors Anonymous.”
This site is home to Debtors Anonymous in North Central Texas. This includes the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex and the surrounding counties and communities.
The Debtors Anonymous General Service Office neither endorses nor approves of this page. The Prosperity Intergroup Debtors Anonymous volunteers created this website as part of their Twelfth Step work. Its mission is to reach out to the debtor who still suffers. There are some links provided to other websites. Including these links, we intend to create convenience for those who visit our site. Such inclusion does not constitute any endorsement by, approval of, or affiliation with either the Prosperity Intergroup of Debtors Anonymous or the Debtors Anonymous General Service Board.
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The intention is that the information contained within these pages is accurate. However, no guarantee is expressed or implied.