MICHIGAN A.A. MEETINGS

MICHIGAN A.A. MEETINGS

Michigan A. A. Meetings
Michigan A. A. Meetings

Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings,
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About A. A. Meetings

EASTERN UPPER PENINSULA OF MICHIGAN
EUP-AA Information Line: (906) 253-9364
http://www.eupaa.org

Ann Arbor, Chelsea, Dexter, Manchester, Milan,
Saline & Ypsilanti In Washtenaw County, Michigan A.A.
HURON VALLEY A.A. INTERGROUP
31 South Huron Street
YPSILANTI MI
Telephone: 734 482-0707
Answering Service 734-482-5700
http://www.hvai.org

ADRIAN MICHIGAN A.A.
Lenawee County
A.A. Answering Services
ADRIAN MI
Telephone: 517 265-3590

CASEVILLE MICHIGAN A.A.
Thumb Area Unity Council
A.A. Intergroup
CASEVILLE MI
Telephone: 989 550-4980
http://www.tauc.us

DETROIT MICHIGAN A.A.
DETROIT AND WAYNE COUNTY
A.A. Office
Detroit MI Telephone:
Phone: (313) 831-2555 and (313) 831-5550
24 Hour Hot Line 313 831-5550

DURAND MICHIGAN A.A.
A.A. District 10 Intergroup
5300 S New Lothrop Rd
Durand MI
Telephone: 989-288-5268
http://www.shiacoaa.org

FERNDALE MICHIGAN A.A.
A.A. Of Greater Detroit
380 Hilton Room #1
Ferndale MI
Telephone: 248 541-6565

FLINT MICHIGAN A.A.
Flint Area Unity Council 24 Hr A.A. Hotline
Flint MI
Telephone: 810 234-0815

GRAND RAPIDS MICHIGAN A.A.
Kent County A.A. Central Office
1404 Plainfield NE
Grand Rapids
MI Telephone:
http://www.grandrapidsaa.org

JACKSON MICHIGAN A.A.
Jackson Area A.A. Answering Service
Jackson MI
Telephone: 517 789-8883

KALAMAZOO AREA MICHIGAN A.A.
Kalamazoo Area A.A. Intergroup Office
126 E. Kilgore Rd
Portage, MI 49002
Telephone: 269-382-5244
http://www.aakalamazoo.org

MARQUETTE MICHIGAN A.A.
A.A. District 18 Area 74
Answering Service
Marquette MI
Telephone: 906 249-4430

MIDLAND MICHIGAN A.A.
Midland Area Unity Council A.A. Intergroup
Midland MI
Telephone: 989 695-2975
http://www.midlandaa.org

NEWAYGO MICHIGAN A.A.
Newaygo County A.A. Central Office
Newaygo MI Telephone:
24 HR Answering Service
616 652-5574

LANSING MICHIGAN A.A.
Lansing A.A. Central Office
1500 East Michigan Ave
Lansing MI
Telephone: 517 377-1444

OWOSSO MICHIGAN A.A.
A.A. District 10 Answering Service
Owosso MI
Telephone: 989 723-5711

PONTIAC MICHIGAN A.A.
AA Of Oakland County
168 University Drive
Pontiac MI
Telephone: 248 332-6116
24 Hr Hotline 248 332-3521

RIVERDALE MICHIGAN A.A.
A.A. District 16 Answering Service
Riverdale MI
Telephone: 800 821-3014

SAGINAW MICHIGAN A.A.
Saginaw Valley A.A. Intergroup
Saginaw MI
Telephone: 989 776-1241

STURGIS MICHIGAN A.A.
Southwest Central A.A. Intergroup
Sturgis MI
Telephone: 616 467-1107

TRAVERSE CITY michigan A.A.
District 11 A.A. Central Office
124 North Division
Traverse City MI
Telephone: 231 946-8823

YPSILANTI – ANN ARBOR, CHELSEA, DEXTER,
MANCHESTER, MILAN, SALINE,
WASHTENAW COUNTY,
MICHIGAN A.A.
Huron Valley A.A. Intergroup
31 South Huron St
Ypsilanti MI
Telephone: 734 482-0707
Answering Service 734-482-5700
http://www.hvai.org

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