Find a Meeting Near You
Attending meetings of Alcoholics Anonymous is very important. Naturally, alcoholics cannot be helped by A. A. unless they know A. A. exists, and where to find it. When newcomers walk into our meeting rooms, we want A. A. to be there for them, as it was for us -- something we can do continuously only if we function as a group. Members of A. A. make the following pledge so that help is always available to the next person who suffers from the disease.
"I am responsible... when anyone, anywhere, reaches out for help, I want the hand of
A. A. always to be there. And
for that I am responsible."
As a result of the COVID-19 crisis, most AA meeting locations are temporarily closed. Midshore Intergroup suggests that AA groups follow State of MD guidelines by utilizing online Zoom meetings until it is safe to meet in person.
Many AA meetings are gathering in person again, following guidelines per State of Maryland: attendees should wear facemasks and maintain 6 ft. of social distance. The meeting list below shows which groups are meeting in person, highlighted in yellow.
Check the website periodically for updates and contact Meg G. if you have information about groups that are gathering in person. (The printed list is not updated.)
ON SITE AA MEETINGS
Click on a day of the week to find a meeting near you.
Print a copy of the Meeting Directory (or "Where & When").
Note: Printed version not updated during COVID crisis.
WHAT IS A. A.?
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