Welcome to DATIG
Debtor's Anonymous Telephone Intergroup (DATIG) is made up of program volunteers, Intergroup Officers, and Intergroup Representatives from each Debtors Anonymous telephone meeting. We meet quarterly to exchange information and vote on motions to support the Debtors Anonymous telephone fellowship and reach out to the addict who still suffers.
On this website you will find information all about Debtors Anonymous telephone and phone meetings. If you are new to Debtors Anonymous, view the Newcomers tab for help getting started. For a list of all the Debtors Anonymous telephone meetings, view the Meeting Schedule. Under the Literature tab are all the basic literature readings of Debtors Anonymous, as well as Monthly Prayers and Recovery Stories.
We want to tell others who are experiencing the same problems that there is a solution. DATIG combines the resources of the individual telephone groups to carry out projects that would be difficult for a single phone meeting to achieve.
We have found ways out of the pain and confusion caused by debting by participating in the Debtors Anonymous (D.A.) and Business Debtors Anonymous (B.D.A.) program.
The DATIG Mission Statement
Our mission is to improve the quality and communication between all of the D.A. telephone meetings.
"Our fundamental commitment at each DATIG meeting is to offer service to our fellow debtors. In this spirit of service, we strive to treat each other with consideration, compassion and courtesy.”
The Debtors Anonymous Program
If you are having problems with money and debt and think that you may be a compulsive debtor, the D.A. program can help you. We hope you will find the friendship and understanding we have been privileged to enjoy.
No situation is hopeless. We too were lonely and frustrated, but in D.A. we have found a solution which leads to solvency and serenity. The program of D.A. is based on the suggested Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous, which we try one day at a time to apply to our lives.
“The suggested Twelve Steps of Debtors Anonymous provide a foundation for living that forms the basis of our spiritual program. They are the principles that made possible our recovery from the insanity of compulsive debting. Working the Steps freed us from a life based on illusion. Our new way of life has brought us financial, emotional, and spritiual healing. We have found a new joy in living. We have received the gift of spiritual awakening. If you want what we have to offer and are willing to go to any lengths to obtain it, then you are ready to follow these Twelve Steps.”
– From the Twelve Steps of Debtors Anonymous pamphlet
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