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BELLEVUE AA, Washington
EASTSIDE AA INTERGROUP
BELLEVUE WA 425 454-9192
Office of Alcoholics Anonymous, serving cities of the east side of Lake Washington
NEW TO AA? WHAT CAN I EXPECT AT AA? If a judge, school or employer has suggested you attend a meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous, they may believe there is evidence that you have a drinking problem. If you have an attendance card to be signed, most AA meeting secretaries will be happy to do so. Take a look at a current meeting directory. You’ll see the days, times, and places AA meetings are held. Meetings marked with an (O) are open meetings — meaning anyone can attend, while those marked with a (C) are closed meetings — only for people who have a desire to stop drinking.
DO I HAVE TO GIVE MY NAME? When you go to an AA meeting you don’t have to give your name. Some groups will invite newcomers to introduce themselves by their first name only so that we can welcome and help them find their way around AA All participation in AA meetings is voluntary and it is not necessary to introduce yourself.
WILL I HAVE TO TALK? It’s not necessary to explain why you’re there. If you’re called on and prefer to remain silent, just say, “I’ll pass.” Anyone is free to simply sit and listen at meetings.
AM I AN ALCOHOLIC? We do not like to pronounce any individual as alcoholic. It’s a decision that each drinker has to make for themselves. But if, when you honestly want to, you find you cannot quit entirely, or if when drinking, you have little control over the amount you take, you are probably alcoholic. And AA can help!
BELLINGHAM AA, Washington
Whatcom County AA District 11
24 Hr Answering Service
XII STEP CLUB of LEWIS COUNTY
2100 N National Ave
Chehalis, Washington 98531
Located in the SW corner of the Yard Birds Shopping Center
CHELAN WASHINGTON AA
Oficina Intergrupal De AA Norte Central
CLARKSTON AA, Washington
24 Hr. AA Answering Service
EVERETT WASHINGTON AA
Snohomish County Alcoholics Anonymous
District 12 AA Central Office
1721 Hewitt Avenue Ste 521
KENNEWICK AA, Washington
Tri-Cities AA District 4, Area 92, Central Office
24 Hr Answering Service 509 735-4086
Meetings, Meeting Schedules, Archives, Book Store, Central Office, Corrections,
CPC/PI, District 4 Info, Events, Information Systems, Phone Service, Special Events,
Treatment and Accessibility, AA Area 92
OLYMPIA AA South Sound AA Service Center
Alcoholics Anonymous District 8 & South Sound Service Center
Serving Mason and Thurston Counties of the Western Washington Area
203 E. 4th Avenue Suite 313
PORT ANGELES AA, Washington
District 22 AA Answering Service
Port Angeles WA
SEATTLE AA, Washington
Greater Seattle AA Intergroup
5507 – 6th Avenue South
SEATTLE AA, Washington
Oficina Intergrupal Hispana Del Oeste
12003 Desmoines Memorial Dr.
SPOKANE WASHINGTON AA
Spokane AA Central Office
1700 W 7th Ave, Suite 100
Spokane, WA 99204
24 Hr Phone Line
TACOMA AA, Washington
AA Central Service Office
3640 S Cedar Suite S
A Central Service Office serving Pierce, North Mason, and Kitsap Counties in Washington State
The Puget Sound Central Service Office (PSCSO) is an independent, non-profit service organization whose mission is to support the members, groups, and service committees of our seven districts (9, 10, 29, 43, 44, 45, 54) in fulfilling their twelfth step work.
VANCOUVER AA, Washington
Vancouver Area AA Intergroup
2203 Fairmount Avenue Suite A
YAKIMA AA, Washington
Central Washington AA Central Office and Alano Club
616 River Road
Central Washington Central Office has literature and coins for sale. Please call ahead of time to make sure the office is open, as we rely on volunteers for operation (509) 453-7680
Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.
WHAT IS AA? Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of people who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.
The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions. is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy, neither endorses nor opposes any causes. Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.
AA membership is available to anybody who wants to do something about their drinking problem. There are no attendance or membership fees. There are no age, education, or religious requirements. Simply locate a meeting and show up a little before the scheduled start time.
AAWS (Alcoholics Anonymous World Services). AAWS has their own website with online resources, literature and information for AA 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