District 42 St. Lawrence International
 
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The A.A. Preamble

Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women 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 A.A. membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions.
 
A.A. 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 to help others achieve sobriety.
 

(C) 2020 reprinted with the permission of the AA Grapevine, Inc.
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COVID 19 STATEMENT UPDATE (JUNE 21, 2020)
 
If your meeting is re-opening at its physical location please notify the webmaster (webmaster@aa- stlawrenceny.org) so he can update the website accordingly. 
    • Group name
    • date of re-opening
    • any special conditions, such as …
      • mask required
      • social distancing required
      • byo … Big Book, beverage, etc.
 
COVID 19 STATEMENT UPDATE (MARCH 16, 2020)
 
Further events will likely require facilities hosting A.A. meetings to close or otherwise restrict public access, per requests and mandates from governmental authorities. We recommend using the telephone and internet to maintain contact with and support for fellow A.A. members. You may also find information on electronic meetings at A.A. Online Intergroup.
 
COVID 19 STATEMENT (MARCH 13, 2020)

District 42 recognizes that each group must make its own decision on whether or not to continue meeting during the Coronavirus pandemic.

In making your decisions, please consider the welfare of your members (and their families)  and the advice from our public health officials.  In addition, your meeting facility has the final say on whether or not your group will continue to use their space.

Should your group decide to suspend meetings please notify the webmaster so we can post notice on this website. Also please call Reachout at 315.268.0120 (the A.A. Hotline number) to let them know.
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North Country Al-Anon / Alateen Meetings
(St. Lawrence & Franklin Counties)
District 26 Meeting List

 

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Day

Time

City/Town

Type

Location

Address


Monday

7:00 pm

Massena

Al-Anon

39 Serenity Place

175 East Orvis St.

Monday

Suspended until May 2020

7:30 pm
Ogdensburg

Al-Anon

St. John's Episcopal Church (3rd floor)

500 Caroline St. (use Knox St. entrance)


Tuesday

noon

Massena

Al-Anon

St. John's Episcopal Church 

139 Main St. (use back entrance)

Tuesday

7:30 pm

Canton

Al-Anon

Unitarian-Universalist Church (back entrance, main floor Downstairs)

3 1/2 E. Main St.

 
Tuesday
 

7:30 pm

 
Malone
 
Al-Anon

Alice Hyde Hospital


Wednesday
7:30 pm
Massena
Al-Anon 
Congregational Church UCC (use side door at rear)
39 W. Orvis St.

Wednesday

7:30 pm

Potsdam

Al-Anon

Canton-Potsdam Hospital, 2nd floor, conference room A

near the corner of Leroy & Cottage 


Thursday

 

Thursday
7:30 pm
Hogansburg
Al-Anon

Sewakwatho Club House

(Bldg. next to Akwesasne Mini Mart)


Friday

7:30 pm

Waddington

Al-Anon

Municipal Building

Lincoln Avenue








 

updated 01/29/20

To arrange to speak with an A.A. member or get more information on local A.A. meetings call:

315.268.0120 for St. Lawrence County (except Massena)

Call 518.481.4606 for Massena and Franklin County.





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