AA MEETING SCHEDULES
Please report meeting changes or inaccuracies to . Stanislaus County (Modesto, Oakdale, Turlock etc..) meeting schedules are maintained by Central Valley Intergroup.
IN-PERSON AND VIRTUAL MEETINGS SUPPORTED
Though COVID-19 social distancing and mask requirements have been lifted, please continue to be mindful of the situation. Stay home if you are sick and take advantage of the many on-line (Zoom) meetings listed. On-line virtual meetings remain popular for some and provide broad geographic access and access for persons who may have transportation challenges. This site will continue to support listings for both physical meetings and virtual meetings. See Information for groups for more information. Please email for any questions about attending AA meetings.
New to AA? Questions?
Frequently Asked Questions/Starting in AA
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What is the difference between an open meeting and a closed meeting?
Closed meetings are "limited to persons who have a desire to stop drinking". In practice this includes persons who are not yet sure if they want to stop, think their drinking has caused problems, or someone else thinks their drinking is a problem. If it is about your drinking, you are welcome to attend.
Open meetings are open to the public. They may be attended by family members, students, or others interested in seeing how our program of recovery works.
7th Tradition Contributions
In keeping with the 7th tradition of self-support, contributions should only be made by AA members. These contributions are voluntary, and are used for such expenses as rent and coffee. For Venmo please use the private setting, both for security reasons and in keeping with the tradition of anonymity.
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