Texas A. A. Meetings
Texas A. A. Meetings

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Alcoholics Anonymous Texas Meetings and Area Websites

A.A. Texas District 5 – covers Temple, Killeen, Copperas Cove, Harker Heights, Fort Hood, Salado, Gatesville, Florence and Troy

For additional help and information visit the A.A. Texas District 5 website https://www.texasdistrict5.com

Abilene AA Meetings
24 Hour A.A Answering Service Alcoholics Anonymous Abilene, Texas (915) 673-2711

Austin AA Meetings

HILL COUNTRY A.A. Intergroup Alcoholics Anonymous
1825 Fortview Road, #104, AUSTIN, TX 78704 – (512) 444-0071
24 Hr Answering Service
(512) 451-0071

Area 68 – District 12 –Includes: Bandera, Boerne, Center Point, Comfort, Fredericksburg, Hunt, Ingram, Junction, Kerrville, Lakehills.

24-Hour Help Line
(888) 816-8800 Toll free in: Bandera, Gillespie, Kerr, Kendall, & Kimble Counties

Area 68 – District 2 AA covers a large geographic area between Austin, TX and San Antonio, TX.
The meetings are in rural locations and begin as early as 8:30 AM. Most locations last meeting is at 8 PM. Some of the smaller communities only meet on certain nights of the week. If traveling it is suggested you call ahead to ensure the accuracy of the schedule.

District 2 website, listing meetings in the area between Austin and San Antonio including a very active Announcements Page for activites such as conferences, retreats, etc. http://www.area68district2.com/groups/Groups.htm

Austin AA Spanish Speaking Meetings
Oficina Intergrupal Hispana A.A. Austin,
(512) 832-6767
Beaumont AA Meetings

Ninth District A.A. Intergroup of Alcoholics Anonymous
6640 Eastex Freeway, Suite 149/A, Beaumont, Texas
24 Hr Answering Service
(409) 832-1107


College Station AA Meetings
BRAZOS VALLEY A.A. Intergroup of Alcoholics Anonymous
College Station
(979) 823-7604 https://bvig.org

Copperas Cove AA Meetings
24 Hour A.A. Answering Service,
(254) 547-7155

Intergroup of Alcoholics Anonymous
3833 S. Staples Street, Suite S 212,
(361) 992-8911
24 Hr Answering Service
(361) 992-8911

Dallas A.A. Intergroup of Alcoholics Anonymous
6162 E. Mockingbird, Dallas
(214) 887-6699

AA Meeting Information for these areas: Addison, Allen, Argyle, Balch Springs, Bedford, Bonham, Bowie, Carrollton, Cedar Creek Lake, Colleyville, Cooper, Coppell, Corinth, Corsicana, Dallas, Dawson, Denison, Denton, Double Oak, Downtown Dallas, Duncanville, Ennis, Euless, Fairfield, Farmers Branch, Farmersville, Flower Mound, Forney, Frisco, Gainesville, Garland, Grand Prairie, Grapevine, Greenville, Groesbeck, Gun Barrel City, Hillsboro, Irving, Kaufman, Lake Texhoma (Sherwood Shores), Lake Whitney, Lancaster, Lewisville, Little Elm, Mabank, McKinney, Mesquite, Mexia, Plano, Prosper, Quinlan (Lake Tawakoni), Red Oak, Richardson, Rockwall, Rowlett, Sachse, Seagoville, Seven Points, Sherman, Southlake, Streetman, Sunnyvale, Teague, Terrell, The Colony, Waxahachie, Whitewright, Wortham, Wylie

Carry the Message AA Group
Phone: 469-645-8117

Regular Meetings:
Monday at 6:30 PM Discussion (Closed)
Wednesday at 12:00 noon Discussion (Open)
Thursday at 6:30 PM Big Book Study (Closed)
Saturday at 9:00 AM Discussion (Closed Woman Only)
Speaker Meetings: Last Monday of every month.

FREEDOM GROUP 2232 Town East Blvd
972 686-4734

Dallas Spanish Speaking Meetings
EL PASO Oficina Intergrupal Hispana Of A.A.,
5415 Maple Ave, Suite 318
(214) 905-0770

EL PASO AA Meetings
A.A. Intergroup Central Office of Alcoholics Anonymous
3318 Douglas Avenue
(915) 562-4081

El Paso Central Office site
AA Northeast Texas, San Angelo & San Angelo

ABILENE, Texas 79604

AA MEETING SCHEDULES FOR: Alpine, Amarillo, Andrews, Ballinger, Borger, Bronte, Brownfield, Canadian, Canyon, Christoval, Colorado City, Clarendon, Crane, Dalhart, Denver City, Dimmitt, Dumas, El Paso, Floydada , Fort Davis , Hart, Hereford, Higgins, Kermit, Levelland, Littlefield, Lorenzo, Lubbock, Marfa, McCamey, Memphis, Midland, Monahans, Moore County, Morton, Odessa, Ozona, Pampa, Pecos, Perryton, Plainview, San Angelo, Sanford, Slaton, Sonora, Spearman, Stratford, Sunray, Tulia,


3328 Alameda Ave., El Paso, Texas
(915) 838-6264

A.A. Central Office Of Fort Worth,
316 Bailey Avenue #100, Fort Worth
(817) 332-3533
Answered 24 Hours a Day, 7 Days a Week
(800) 396-1602

AA MEETING INFORMATION FOR these areas: Acton, Aledo, Archer, Argyle, Arlington, Azle, Bedford, Blue Mound, Bowie, Burleson, Cleburne, Colleyville, Decatur, Denton, Dublin, Euless, Flower Mound, Fort Worth, Glen Rose, Graham, Granbury, Grand Prairie, Grapevine, Henrietta, Hurst, Keller, Mansfield, Meridian, Mineral Wells, Nocona, North Richland Hills, Saginaw, Southlake, Stephenville, Watauga, Weatherford, Wichita Falls

FORT WORTH Oficina Intergrupal Hispana De A.A.
502 W. Central Street,
Fort Worth, Texas
(817) 694-0841

District 12 A.A. Answering Service,
Fredericksburg, Texas
(888) 816-8800


HOUSTON A.A. Intergroup
4140 Directors Row Suites D & E, Houston, Texas
(713) 686-6300

A.A. Oficina Intergrupal Hispana De Houston
4800 W. 34th Street Suite C-5,
Houston, Texas
(713) 683-9277

HOUSTON A.A. Intergrupo Hispano
HOUSTON Alcoholics Anonymous
8880 Braesmont, Houston, Texas
(713) 667-9825

(956) 722-9001

MCALLEN A.A. Central Office District #10
(956) 630-9191

PHARR AA Meetings
A.A. Intergrupal Del Valle De Rio Grande
Alcoholics Anonymous
711 W. Highway 83
Pharr, Texas
(956) 638-6346

San Antonio A.A. Central Service Office
8804 Tradeway, San Antonio, Texas
Business Line: 210-821-6325
Help Line: (210) 828-6235

SAN ANTONIO A.A. Oficina Intergrupal Hispana
3814 S Flores St #A-2,
San Antonio, Texas
(210) 533-9770
Monday through Friday 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm

TYLER A.A. Central Service Office
401 East Front Street #145,
Tyler, Texas
(903) 597-1796

WACO AA Meetings
Central Texas A.A. Intergroup
3201 Franklin Suite 9,
Waco, Texas
(254) 754-3336

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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