Meeting directory

This directory is not to be used as a mailing list or for any form of solicitation or commercial venture.

Orientation

New to AA and unsure where to start?

You might consider attending an orientation meeting to find out more.  An orientation meeting ia an open meeting; which means that anyone may attend.  If you are interested in learning more about the disease of alcoholism, and the recovery program of Alcoholics Anonymous, you are invited to attend any or all of these meetings.

Where to I find an orientation meeting?

Search the meeting directory for orientation meetings. Go to the meeting search page. Select the "Orientation" format checkbox, and press the "Find a meeting with the above attributes" button, and you will get a list of all meetings specifically designed to assist those who are new to Alcoholics Anonymous.

What do I do when I attend one of these meetings?

Say hello to someone!  Tell them you are new and are there to find out more.  They will be happy to help, or connect you with someone at the meeting who can start you on the road to recovery.

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