Business Debtors Anonymous

Your salary is whatever is left after the bills get paid, and you don't have health insurance.

You make a lot of money, but you're not sure where it goes.

It's tight now, but if you can just close this next deal, you'll be fine.

You're scared, frustrated and nothing is panning out, but you don't know what else to do.

Yes.  We know how you feel.  We've spent years trying without success to get our business lives straightened out.  Nothing worked... until we found Business Debtors Anonymous.

BDA is a part of Debtors Anonymous intended for people who own their own businesses or who are self-employed.  Our members attend regular DA meetings to discuss their personal financial lives and BDA meetings to talk about business. 
All of us have or have had problems with debt.  They may be caused by too much spending; too little earning; a lack of clarity about our income, expenses, and taxes; or a combination of these and other problems.  Every situation is unique.  What we have in common is the knowledge that we can work through our problems to prosperity if we are willing to give BDA a try.

When I came into BDA, I was spending $1,500 a month more than I was making, and I didn’t even know it. I also was in partnership with someone I didn’t like. Two and a half years later, with my BDA support team, I had the courage to buy out my partner. Now, I am achieving financial, spiritual, and mental peace of mind.

— Anonymous
I have a chronic illness. When I came into BDA, I had about $20,000 in credit card debt and was making less than $15,000 a year from part-time work. In spite of my illness, I have slowly raised my income. I paid off the last of my debt two years later. Today, I am working on becoming prosperous.

— Anonymous
When I lost my high-paying job in corporate America four years ago, I felt I would never be able to earn that amount of money through owning my own business. Today, I have a thriving business that nurtures and sustains me financially, emotionally, and spiritually. I never could have had that in corporate America. I have BDA to thank for the gift of my business.

— Anonymous


Business Debtors Anonymous Meetings


Wednesday @ Noon

New Church of Phoenix
5631 E Shea Blvd,
Scottsdale, AZ 85254


Monday @ 5:00 p.m.

Verde Valley Guidance Center
2880 Hopi Drive
Sedona, AZ 86336


Tuesday @ 6:00 p.m

St. Phillip in the Foothills Episcopal Church
4440 N. Campbell Avenue
Tucson, AZ 85718.