12 Step Meeting Schedules

MEETING FORMATS:

All area meetings are non-smoking

Open

Any member of the community can attend

Closed

Limited to those who have a desire not to drink

Birthday

An open meeting to acknowledge members who are celebrating a sobriety birthday

Step Study

A meeting devoted to a specific step or tradition of the program

Big Book

A meeting devoted to a specific chapter/story in the Book of Alcoholics Anonymous, NA, CoDA

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ADULT CHILDREN OF ALCOHOLICS (ACA)

Adult Children of Alcoholics (ACA) is a Twelve Step, Twelve Tradition program of men and women who grew up in alcoholic or otherwise dysfunctional homes. The ACA program was founded on the belief that family dysfunction is a disease that infected us as children and affects us as adults. Our membership also includes adults from homes where alcohol or drugs were not present; however, abuse, neglect or unhealthy behavior was.

We meet to share our experience and recovery in an atmosphere of mutual respect. We discover how alcoholism and other family dysfunction affected us in the past and how it influences us in the present. We begin to see the unhealthy elements of our childhood. By practicing the Twelve Steps, focusing on the ACA Solution, and accepting a loving Higher Power of our own understanding, we find freedom.

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Meeting Type:

  • Monday @ 8:30am – Open | Strength & Hope
  • Tuesday @ 1:15pm – Open | Big Red Book Study

AL-ANON

Al-Anon is a mutual support group of peers who share their experience in applying the Al-Anon principles to problems related to the effects of a problem drinker in their lives. You are free to ask questions or to talk about your situation at your first meeting. If you’d rather just listen, you can say “I pass,” or explain that you’d just like to listen. Every meeting is different. Each meeting has the autonomy to be run as its members choose, within guidelines designed to promote Al‑Anon unity. Al‑Anon recommends that you try at least six different meetings before you decide if Al‑Anon will be helpful to you. Al‑Anon is not a religious program. Even when the meeting is held in a religious center, the local Al‑Anon group pays rent to that center and is not affiliated in any way with any religious group. Your religious beliefs—or lack of them—are not a subject for discussion at Al‑Anon meetings, which focus solely on coping with the effects of someone’s drinking.

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