Arkansas A. A. Meetings
Arkansas A. A. Meetings

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EUREKA SPRINGS Phone: (479) 253-7956

(for telephone help use this number)
1209 North B Street
Fort Smith, AR 72901-2749
Telephone: (479) 783-0123



Little Rock AA Central Office: Little Rock AA Central Office

To locate an AA meeting in ALL CITIES IN THE STATE OF ARKANSAS, visit this link:
Arkansas Central Office of Alcoholics Anonymous

Alcoholics Anonymous meeting information


Northwest Arkansas Intergroup
Northwest Arkansas Alcoholics Anonymous
This is the home of Arkansas District One Area 4 AA. District One is currently comprised of the AA groups in Beaver, Bella Vista, Bentonville, Berryville, Cave Springs, Elkins, Eureka Springs, Farmington, Fayetteville, Garfield, Gravette, Harrison, Huntsville, Prairie Grove, Rogers, Siloam Springs, Springdale and West Fork. The main page for District One, including contact information, a schedule of all the above groups and further information regarding District One may be found here.

List of District 1 meeting dates, Area Assembly meeting dates and other announcement/events pertinent to District One AA and/or AA as a whole will also be made available.

Northwest Arkansas AA is also the official site for meeting times and information for the Eureka Springs Coffee Pot Group.

Northwest Arkansas AA also has interesting AA history and information, links to AA groups outside of Northwest Arkansas and links to AA groups in surrounding states.

Other resources:

Alcoholics Anonymous World Services

Al-anon, Alateen, ACOA of ARKANSAS: (501) 372-5234

Al-Anon Family Groups website for Al-Anon Meetings

VA – Fort Roots (501) 257-1000

Wilbur Mills Treatment Center (501) 268-7777

Treatment Centers of America (501) 375-7585

Serenity Park Treatment Facility – Little Rock, Arkansas (501) 663-7627

Kelly Foundation; Recovery Dynamics Literature, Treatment Center Resources, (501) 663-6553

Reservoir Group of Alcoholics Anonymous

Riverbend Treatment Facility (501)372-4611

Sobering Center-Detoxification (501) 686-9393

Wolfe Street Center in Little Rock: (501) 372-5662

Mountain Home Area Information 1-800-808-8680

Fort Smith Area Intergroup Central Office 783-0123

Intergroup Council of West-Central Arkansas 623-6328

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