OREGON AA Meetings
For information and directions for a OREGON AA Meeting — make a selection below for your city or area.
If there is not a listing for a OREGON AA Meeting for your city (in the list below) -- Contact the local AA in the city that is nearest you. They will help you locate a meeting that is nearest to your location.
Sometimes, new or small AA meetings, or newly moved meetings will not be listed in the directories yet -- or the information may have changed.
This is why it is important to contact one of the OREGON Central Offices, Intergroups, or Alano Clubs for the most recent information. The AA members in these offices will always have the most recent information and change notifications.
Spanish Speaking AA Meetings: Most often, the Spanish Speaking AA Meetings will be designated as: Oficina Inegroupal and they will have additional literature in Spanish, and also be able to help you locate the Spanish Speaking AA Meetings
Alcoholics Anonymous is worldwide with A.A. meetings in almost every community. You can find times and places of local A.A. meetings or events by contacting a nearby A.A. Central Office, Intergroups, or A.A. Answering Services
OREGON Meetings A.A. Central Offices, Intergroups, Answering Services by City and Area
Alcoholics Anonymous OREGON Meetings and Area Websites
ALOHA OREGON A.A.
Oficina Intergrupal Hispana
3905 S.W. 170th Ave.
Aloha OR Telephone: 503 848-0102
EUGENE OREGON A.A.
Emerald Valley A.A. Intergroup
1262 Lawrence St #7
HOTLINE Telephone: 541 342-4113
GRANTS PASS OREGON A.A.
A.A. Central Office Of Southern Oregon
432 NW 6th Street, Room 202
Grants Pass OR, 97526
24 HR Answering Service Telephone: 541 474-0782
KLAMATH FALLS OREGON A.A.
KLAMATH/LAKE A.A. INTERGROUP
1229 MAIN ST.
KLAMATH FALLS, OR Telephone: 541 883-4970
MC MINNVILLE OREGON A.A.
Yamhill County A.A. Intergroup
1275 NW Adams Street - Room C
Mc Minnville OR Telephone: 503 474-3028
MEDFORD OREGON A.A.
Jackson County A.A. Central Office
110 East 6th Street Suite A
Medford OR Telephone: 541 732-1850
PORTLAND OREGON A.A.
Oficina Intergrupal Hispana A.A.
914 NE 28th Ave.
Portland OR Telephone: 503 234-0848
PORTLAND OREGON A.A.
Portland Area A.A. Intergroup
1212 Se Division Street
Portland OR Telephone: 503 223-8569
REDMOND OREGON A.A.
Central Oregon A.A. Intergroup
754 S.W. 11TH ST
REDMOND OR Telephone: 541 923-8199
24 HR Hot Line 541 548-0440
SALEM OREGON A.A.
Willamette Valley A.A. Intergroup Inc
210 Liberty St. S.E. Suite 50
Answering Service Telephone: 503 399-0599
WINSTON-SALEM OREGON A.A.
A.A. Answering Services
1020 Brookstown Av. #10
Winston-Salem OR Telephone: 336 725-6031
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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 help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.