People new to AA meetings should know that anyone who has a desire to stop drinking, or thinks they have a problem with alcohol, are welcome to attend meetings (closed or open) that fit with their schedule. We have many indoor/in-person meetings as well as some virtual meeting. Every evening our 6pm meetings try to focus on newcomers and can be a great place to start. They are available indoors and virtually.
Be aware that in addition to AA meetings, we also have Al-Anon meetings, CoDA or Co-Dependents Anonymous, and Dual Recovery. See more details below.
What does it mean when a meeting is a Closed Meeting? Click the link below to read the Closed Meeting Statement for an explanation.
What does it mean when a meeting is an Open Meeting? Click the link below to read the Open Meeting Statement for an explanation.
Looking for a little more information of what AA is all about? Click below.
Al-Anon members are people, just like you, who are worried about someone with a drinking problem.
In Co-Dependents Anonymous the only requirement for membership is a desire for healthy & loving relationships.
Learn more about the Dual Recovery Meetings and how to seek physical, emotional and mental sobriety below.
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