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If you need information on A.A. meeting times and locations, contact New York Inter-Group: (212) 647-1680.

If you would like to meet with young sober alcoholics and be introduced to Alcoholics Anonymous, we can help. Email us and we will contact you within 24 hours, usually sooner. All we need is your first name and your telephone number. We will send two A.A. members to meet you at your apartment, or a coffee shop down the street if you’re more comfortable. We can help introduce you to A.A.

If you would like to be contacted by an A.A. member, email us here

Intergroup’s online meetings list: www.nyintergroup.org/meetinglist

Other Intergroups in the region:

Officina Central Hispana (212) 348-4644

Brooklyn InterGroup of AA (718) 339-4777

Brooklyn Spanish InterGroup (718) 235-1615

Queens InterGroup (718) 520-5021

InterGrupo Hispano de Queens (718) 261-4069

Central Services of Orange (845) 534-8525

Nassau InterGroup (516) 292-3040

Nassau Spanish InterGroup (516) 223-9590

Suffolk InterGroup (631) 669-1124

Suffolk Spanish InterGroup (631) 435-2863

Sullivan InterGroup Association (845) 295-1010

Rockland InterGroup (845) 352-1112

NY Intergroup – nyintergroup.org – In addition to providing the online meeting list, the NY Intergroup website is an invaluable resource for local AAers, especially those involved in organizing meetings. You will find downloadable versions of the literature order form and group information form, recommendations for meeting structure and group officers, and information about Intergroup’s activities with corrections, public information and hospitals & institutions,

A.A. General Service Office – aa.org – The GSO website has lots of useful information for the curious, the newcomer and the old-timer alike, including: Conference-approved advice drawn from broad experience on issues faced by members and meetings; the GSO newsletter, Box 4-5-9; viewable and downloadable versions of lots of the AA pamphlets and booklets — from “Is AA For You?” to the AA Service Manual; and the Big Book in PDF form in English, Spanish and French.

A.A. Grapevine and La Viña magazines – aagrapevine.org – Founded in 1944, the A.A. Grapevine is the international journal of
Alcoholics Anonymous, reflecting a broad geographic spectrum of current A.A. experience with recovery, unity, and service. La Viña is the Grapevine’s Spanish-language equivalent but is not a translation — it contains original stories, interviews and articles written in Spanish, as well as some writings taken from the A.A. Grapevine. On the grapevine website, you can read a sampling of current and past articles, participate in online forums, and visit the day count calculator, which will tell you how many days, hours, minutes or seconds you’ve been sober. For an extra subscription fee, you can gain access to the full archive of Grapevine articles dating back to the 40s — an unbelievable resource if you are interested in AA history for personal or group service reasons.

SENY – aaseny.org – In the A.A. organizational structure, beyond group and district is the regional level, called an area assembly. SENY (which stands for Southeast New York, and is also called Area 49) is ours. It covers the five boroughs and Nassau, Suffolk, Westchester, Rockland, Orange, Sullivan and Putnam counties. The SENY site has information about upcoming events, area meetings and service opportunities in our region.

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