* Northwest Debtors Anonymous encompasses the US states of Alaska, Idaho, Montana, and Washington.
Did you know that we have a new Northwest DA Service Handbook? Click here to take a look.
Have you seen the results of our 2015 Puget Sound Intergroup regional member survey? (This was before our name change.)
Looking for the new Northwest DA Glossary of Terms for DA Members and DA Service? Please visit our Order DA Literature page. The glossary and its related vocabulary are free, and you will find much other free DA literature there, too.
Looking for the new Northwest DA tear-off fliers and other regional (and national) outreach materials?
Please visit our Public Information for DA Members page.
Everything you need to know about Public Information and carrying the message is available in this one central location,
including the GSB-approved PI Starter Kit.
Is your life unmanageable because of debt? Are you sick of bouncing checks, paying late fees, and having creditors hound you? Does your financial life feel out of control? Debtors Anonymous and Northwest DA can help. Use the button below to take a quick quiz.
More than 20 face-to-face meetings take place each week throughout the Northwest region*. Click below to locate a meeting or upcoming event near you!
Any member of DA may attend an Intergroup meeting as a non-voting participant. Our monthly meetings can be a useful way to experience a business meeting and to participate in service. Use the button below to find out more.
Debtors Anonymous offers hope for people whose use of unsecured debt causes problems and suffering. We come to learn that compulsive debting is a spiritual problem with a spiritual solution, and we find relief by working the D.A. recovery program based on the Twelve-Step principles.
We welcome everyone regardless of race, ethnicity, age, sex, sexual or gender orientation, ability or disability, religion or lack of religion, politics, socioeconomic status, and other such factors. The only requirement for DA membership is a desire to stop incurring unsecured debt.
Even if members are not in debt, they are welcome in D.A. Our Fellowship is supported solely through contributions made by members; there are no dues or fees.
Debtors Anonymous is not affiliated with any financial, legal, political, or religious entities, and we avoid controversy by not discussing outside issues. By sharing our experience, strength, and hope, and by carrying the message to those who still suffer, we find joy, clarity, and serenity as we recover together.
Northwest Debtors Anonymous Intergroup