NEW YORK A.A. MEETINGS

NEW YORK A. A. MEETINGS

New York A. A. Meetings
New York A. A. Meetings

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ALBANY
Capital District Central Office
575 Broadway, Suites 128-130
Albany NY
Phone (518) 463-0906

BRENTWOOD
Oficina De Intergrupo De Suffolk
93 Timberline Lane
Brentwood NY
Phone (516) 435-2863

BROOKLYN
Brooklyn Intergroup
1425 Kings Hwy
Brooklyn NY
Phone (718) 339-4777

BROOKLYN
Intergrupo Del Area De Brooklyn
74 East 17th St. 2do. Piso
Brooklyn NY
Phone (718) 462-9449

BROOKLYN, NEW YORK
Oficina Intergrupal Hispana
27-23 Atlantic Ave
Brooklyn NY
Phone (718) 348-0387

BUFFALO
Buffalo Central Office
681 Seneca Street
Lower Buffalo
Phone NY (716) 853-0388
http://www.ny-aa.org

CATSKILL
Greene County Answering Service
Catskill NY
Phone (518) 625-2002

CORNING
Corning Answering Service
24 Hours Toll Free
(877) 501-1249

CORNING
Corning Intergroup
Corning NY
Phone (607) 962-8161

ELMIRA
Elmira Intergroup
(607) 737-6733

FREEPORT
Hispana Intergroupo Nassau
8 Smith Street
Freeport NY

FOREST HILLS
Queens Intergroup Of A.A.
105-29b 72nd Road
Forest Hills NY
24 Hr Phone Line
(718) 520-5021
http://www.queensaa.org

GENEVA
Finger Lakes Area Answering Service
Geneva NY
(315) 789-5955

GOSHEN
Cen Service Intergroup Of Orange County
Goshen NY
(845) 534-8525

HAMMONDSPORT,
Bath Area Intergroup
Phone (607) 868-4164

HOMER
Cortland Homer Intergroup
Phone (607) 753-1344

HUDSON
Columbia County A. A.
Hudson NY
Answering Service
(518)-625-2002

ITHACA
Ithaca Intergroup
Phone (607) 273-1541

KINGSTON
Ulster County Answering Service Group
Phone (845) 331-6360

LAKEWOOD
24 Hour Answering Service
Phone (716) 488-2233

LIBERTY
Sullivan County Intergroup
Phone (845) 295-1010

NEW YORK, NY
Intergroup Association
307 Seventh Avenue 2nd Floor
New York NY
Phone (212) 647-1680
http://www.nyintergroup.org/

NEW YORK, NY
Oficina Central Hispana De A.A.
237 East 115th St
Between 2nd And 3rd Ave.
New York NY
Phone (212) 348-2644

NIAGARA FALLS
Niagara Intergroup
24 Hr Answering Service
Phone (716) 285-5319

OLEAN
NY-Penn Intergroup
Olean NY Hotline
Phone (716) 372-4800

PATCHOGUE
Suffolk Intergroup Association
Patchogue NY
Phone (631) 654-1150
http://www.suffolkny-aa.org

POTSDAM
Answering Service Of St. Lawrence County
Potsdam NY
Phone (315) 268-0120

POUGHKEEPSIE
Dutchess County District 11 Central Office
Poughkeepsie NY
Phone (845) 452-1111
http://www.ny-aa.org/dutchess/

QUEENSBURY
District 13 Answering Service
Queensbury NY
Phone (518) 793-1113

ROCHESTER
Rochester Area Intergroup Inc.
10 Manhattan Square Drive, Suite D
Rochester NY
Phone (585) 232-6720
http://www.rochester-ny-aa.org

ROME
Utica/Rome 24 Hour Answering Service
Rome NY
Phone (315) 732-6880

ROME
District 12 Intergroup
Rome NY
Phone (315) 337-6627

SARATOGA SPRINGS
District 5 Central Office
Saratoga Springs NY
Phone (518) 587-0407

SARATOGA SPRINGS
Saratoga 24 Hour Answering Service
Saratoga Springs
Phone (518) 587-0407

SCHENECTADY
Capital District Central Office
575 Broadway, Suites 128-130
Albany NY
Phone (518) 463-0906

STAFFORD *** check this one
Genesee Wyoming Intergroup
Stafford NY
24 Hr Toll Free
Phone 877 522-0446

SYRACUSE
Syracuse Service Center Intergroup
100 E. Manlius Street
Syracuse NY
24 Hr Answering Service
(315) 463-5011
http://www.syraa.org

UTICA
Utica/Rome 24 Hr Answering Service
Utica NY – Phone
(315) 732-6880

WATERTOWN
Jefferson County Intergroup
44 Public Square Room 20
Watertown NY
Phone (315) 788-2280
http://www.aajci.org

 

WEST HEMPSTEAD
Nassau Intergroup
361 Hempstead Turnpike
West Hempstead NY
Phone (516) 292-3040
http://www.nassauny-aa.org

WEST NYACK
Rockland County Intergroup
West Nyack NY
Phone (845) 352-1112
http://www.rocklandnyaa.org

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