A.A. Meeting Directory

AA Meeting Directories (pdf format)

ENGLISH SPEAKING AA MEETINGS: These directory contains a listing of regular and selective Alcoholics Anonymous meetings where English is spoken. Click on the day of the week to see a list of the English AA Meetings for that day organized by City where the meeting is located.


SPANISH ONLY AA MEETINGS
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This directory contains a listing of regular Alcoholics Anonymous meetings where only Spanish is spoken. Click on the day of the week to see a list of the Spanish Meetings for that day organized by City where the meeting is located.


CODES FOR DIFFERENT MEETING TYPES

All meetings are open to the public unless otherwise designated.

(BS) Book Study
(SS) Step Study
(C) Closed Meeting open only to those with a desire to stop drinking.
(D) Discussion
(G) Gay/Lesbian
(M) Men only
(P) Participation
(S) Speaker
(W) Women only
(WA) Wheelchair Access

OPEN MEETINGS: All members of the community are welcome to attend an Open Meeting. We ask that only ALCOHOLICS participate. This is necessary so that we can abide by our Traditions and serve our sole purpose of helping the alcoholic who still suffers.

CLOSED MEETINGS: Open only to those with a desire to stop drinking.

GROUPS LISTED IN THIS DIRECTORY ARE REGISTERED AT THEIR REQUEST. A DIRECTORY LISTING DOES NOT CONSTITUTE NOR IMPLY APPROVAL NOR ENDORSEMENT OF ANY GROUPS APPROACH TO, NOR PRACTICE OF, THE TRADITIONAL A.A. PROGRAM.

Please contact Central Office in person, by phone, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., mail or FAX to report any meetings that have gone dark, moved or have changed time.

MONTHLY SERVICE MEETINGS: This directory contains a listing of special service meetings that focus on the policy and internal workings of Alcoholics Anonymous as well as the operation of the Harbor Area Central Office and the Hospital and Institutions program rather than recovery. The meetings are open to anyone but only designated representatives may vote on issues at these meetings. LIST OF SERVICE MEETINGS

REGULAR ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS MEETINGS: This directory contains a list of regular meetings of Alcoholics Anonymous that focus on recovery from alcoholism.  All meetings are open to the public unless denoted by a special color code.  Meetings that are open only to those with a desire to stop drinking  have the meeting guide coded with a red background.

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About A.A.

Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.

The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for AA membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions.

AA is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy, neither endorses nor opposes any causes.

Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety. 

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Service

There are numerous ways you can be of service to the fellowship of Alcoholics Anonymous in the Harbor Area.

First and foremost is the Harbor Area Service Committee (Service Committee). Every group should be concerned with how the principles and traditions of the fellowship are adhered to in our area, as well as the way matters affecting A.A. are conducted nationally. Each group is autonomous, yet they are closely interrelated by cooperation for the good of all groups and for A.A. as a whole.

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Harbor Light

Harbor Light is the monthly newsletter of the Harbor Area Service Committee of Alcoholics Anonymous.

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Name
Harbor Area Central Office
Tel
562-989-7697
Email
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Website
Address
3450 E. Spring Street, Suite 109
Long Beach
California
90806