District 8 A.A. & Al-Anon Meetings
(Livingston County and the surrounding cities)
The entire District 8 Area Meeting List is current as of Feb 24, 2013. If you know of any errors on the meeting list or any meeting changes, please e-mail them to the webmaster. Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of this meeting list.
Closed Meetings: All A.A. meetings are closed unless otherwise indicated. Attendance at a closed meeting is limited to only those with a desire to stop drinking. **If an A.A. has a friend or family member that is curious about how 12 step programs like A.A. work we encourage attendance of Al-Anon or Alateen. These programs have been designed epecially for family and friends of the alcoholic. For more info on these groups click here for the local Al-Anon & Alateen website.
Open Meetings: Open A.A. meetings are open to anyone interested in learning more about A.A., Al-Anon, ACOA or recovery groups in general. Open meetings can be attended by members of any recovery group as well as family members, friends, students, professionals, and other non-members. These meetings generally consist of a short lead or a speaker. There are several open meetings within District 8 and they have been designated as such on the meeting list below.
Handicap/Disability Accessibility: All known handicap/disability accessible meeting locations are designated with a "H" after the meeting name. This does not mean that other meeting locations without this symbol cannot accommodate handicapped/disabled individuals. If you see a mistake in our guide regarding handicap/disability accessibility please contact our webmaster so we can keep our meeting list up to date.
Smoking: Since most meeting locations such as churches, hospitals and other public facilities are non-smoking, please view all meetings as such, unless your own personal attendance finds otherwise. Some locations are equipped with a designated smoking area, however other locations like hospitals have strict "no smoking" policies. Please respect the policies of each location, by not smoking directly in front of building entrances, by utlizing the designated smoking area(s) and disposing of cigarette waste properly.
Are you deaf or hearing impaired or know someone who is? We have a list of regional meetings for the deaf and hearing impaired you can view by clicking here.