Materials

ASCA manuals, books, guides, handouts and articles for survivors, group meetings and co-facilitators.

Manuals

The Survivor to Thriver manual and workbook is the key manual for working the ASCA program. It is freely available in several formats:

The co-facilitator manual is for those starting or holding ASCA support-group meetings:

Books

  • Soul Survivors, 2nd edition (2013) – this book is considered by many in ASCA to be what a “big book” is to a 12-step program—available for purchase at Amazon – the e-book is specially priced at $5.99.

Articles

Guides

Meeting Handouts

Note: The meeting handouts in this section can be downloaded individually or as one Zip file (853 KB).

Fliers

Signs

Meeting Packages

Bundles of handouts and other files for a meeting type or starting a meeting.

Contains all the materials needed to work the ASCA program on your own, or with your therapist.

  • Survivor to Thriver (pdf) (2015) – Key manual for working the ASCA program. (Other formats are available above.)

Contains information to start and run an ASCA support-group meeting.

Note: The files organized here, which are also listed above, can be downloaded individually or as one Zip file (1.98 MB).

Manuals
Guides
Meeting Handouts
Signs

These specific files are for online meetings, which offer the ability for people in remote areas to participate in ASCA meetings, and a way to supplement ASCA in-person meetings.

Note: The files can be downloaded individually or as one Zip file (2.56 MB).

All of the materials for starting and facilitating step-work meetings are in this package.

Note: The files can be downloaded individually or as one Zip file (1.22 MB).

Manual
Info, Handouts, Scripts

Los materiales para iniciar y facilitar las reuniones en persona en Español se encuentran en este paquete.

Nota: Las fichas se pueden descargar individualmente o como una ficha Zip (2.38 MB).

Manual
Información, folletos, scriptos

Archive

  • Newsletters

    Our archived collection of past newsletters.

  • ASCA Blog

    Our archive of past blog posts—the Wordpress ASCA blog.