LOUISIANA A.A. MEETINGS

LOUISIANA A.A. MEETINGS

Louisiana A. A. Meetings
Louisiana A. A. Meetings

Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings, Contacts,
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About A. A. Meetings

BATON ROUGE LOUISIANA
A.A. MEETINGS
Baton Rouge Central Office
3955 Government Street Suite 5
Baton Rouge LA
Hot Line 225 388-0069

HOUMA A.A. MEETINGS
17th District Intergroup
Houma LA
800 285-3989

LAFAYETTE A.A. MEETINGS
Acadiana Area Central Office
115 Leonie St.
Lafayette LA
318 991-0830

MANY A.A. MEETINGS
Western La Intergroup
440 Byles St
Many LA 318 256-3919

METAIRIE A.A. MEETINGS
Greater New Orleans Area Central Office
638 Papworth Avenue – Suite 101
Metairie, LA
504 838-3399
http://www.aa-neworleans.org

MONROE A.A. MEETINGS
A.A. Louisiana District 4
Monroe LA
1-800-371-4017

NEW ORLEANS A.A. MEETINGS
Oficina Intergrupal Hispana De Nueva Orleans
2275 St. Claude
New Orleans LA
504 259-6805

SHREVEPORT A.A. MEETINGS
Central Office Of Shreveport
2800 Youree Drive #3620
Shreveport LA
318 865-2172

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  • Gay-Straight-Men-Women etc.
    I am responsible, I want the hand of AA to always be there. When someone asks to be sponsored, is it a prerequisite to look at their race, gender or sexual preference to determine if they are qualified for recovery ? How about if the person is willing to go to any lengths to get […]
  • Powerful Stuff
    While paging through the 12 & 12 , I came across some sobering info on page #"174 that is as pertinent today as it was when written. Bill put it simply and precisely ," Unless each A.A. member follows to the best of his ability our suggested Twelve Steps to recovery, he almost certainly signs […]
  • About A. A. Meetings
    The single purpose of ALL A. A. Meetings (Open or Closed Meetings) is for A. A. members to be of service by helping other alcoholics with their problem related to alcoholism. That’s why they are called Alcoholics’ Anonymous.In A. A. History -- meetings had a two fold purpose: 1. A place where the recovering alcoholics […]
  • What is A. A. Alcoholics Anonymous?
    There are four components to A. A. 1. A Fellowship (the members gathering for the purpose of being of service). 2. A recovery program (the 12 Steps) and 3. The book, Alcoholics Anonymous – which describes with precise and specific instructions on How the recovery program of A. A. works. And, How to Recover. https://step12.com/aa/aa-1/what-is-aa-a […]
  • How to find a local A. A. Meeting?
    To find a local A. A. meeting: First, go to this page: https://step12.com/aa/aa-meetings/Then scroll down the page and click or touch the link that has the State name of where you want to find an A. A. meeting.This will take you to a page with A. A. meeting listings — or it will provide you […]
  • Anxiety and depression help
    When I got sober depression and anxiety were major problems for me. And they still are -- if get away from using the 12 Steps to keep in shape.Tony Robbins, his books, videos and seminars were a lot of help for me. When I began to use his version of NLP 'with' AND AS PART […]
  • God and recovery
    We never apologize to anyone for depending upon our Creator. We can laugh at those who think spirituality the way of weakness. Paradoxically, it is the way of strength. A.A. Big Book, page 68
  • To get over drinking
    To get over drinking will require a transformation of thought and attitude. We all had to place recovery above everything, for without recovery we would have lost both home and business. Bill W., Alcoholics Anonymous Big Book, page 143
  • A Suggested Program
    "Here are the steps we took as a suggested program of recovery". This statement has been taken to mean the steps are suggestions only. This has not been my experience nor what I have been taught. The steps, ALL of them, ARE the AA program of recovery.If I wanted the same recovery from alcoholism And […]
  • My Redemption Story
    I have struggled with addiction for 20 years of my life. My drug(s) of choice were Oxycodone and Heroin, but I abused LSD, Cocaine and Methamphetamines. What you are about to read is in short my story. Some or most people would say there are underlying reasons as to why people become addicted to drugs. […]

AAWS (Alcoholics Anonymous World Services). AAWS has their own website with online resources, literature and information for A. A. members. We are not AAWS. We encourage you to visit the AAWS website if you have don’t find what you’re looking for here. http://www.aa.org