Wisconsin A.A. Meetings

Wisconsin A.A. Meetings: To locate a local Wisconsin A.A. meeting scroll down this page and select the Wisconsin local A.A. contact nearest you. This may be an individual, a Central Office, Intergroup, an A.A. Area, Region, or District contact. Some will offer a Hotline or Help Line telephone number that you can call. Some of the A.A. Meeting contacts will have -- a local telephone number, a toll-free number, a website, and/or an address where you can get specific and accurate information about the Wisconsin A.A. Meetings in your area of interest.

Alcoholics Anonymous is worldwide with A.A. meetings in most communities. You can find times and places of local A.A. meetings or events by contacting the A.A. Central Office, Intergroup,, or A.A. Answering Service that is listed for the area nearest you.

If there is not a listing for a Wisconsin AA Meeting for your city (in the list below) -- Contact the local AA in the city that is nearest your city. 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 or it may be private, and not listed at all.

This is why it is important to contact one of the Wisconsin 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 of 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

WISCONSIN Meetings A.A. Central Offices, Intergroups, Answering Services by City and Area

Alcoholics Anonymous WISCONSIN Meetings and Area Websites


A.A. Answering Service
Appleton WI Telephone: 920 731-4331

Heart Of The North A.A. Intergroup
Barronett WI Telephone: 715 822-8988

Winnebago Land A.A. Central Office
280 N Main Street
Fond Du Lac WI Telephone: 920 922-7512

La Crosse Area A.A. Intergroup
La Crosse WI Telephone: 608 784-7560

Madison Area A.A. Intergroup/Central Office
6400 Monona Drive Suite H
Madison WI Telephone: 608 222-8989

Fox Valley Central Office Of A.A.
324 Nicolet Blvd.
Menasha WI Telephone: 920 720-0522

Oficina Intergrupal
1663 South 6 Street
Milwaukee WI Telephone: 414 384-4813

Pass It On Club

6229 W. Forest Home Ave.
(414) 541-6923
They have 35 scheduled AA meetings each week. They also had 48 open events in 2007.

Racine Area Central Office
3701 Durand Ave.
Racine WI Telephone:
A.A. Hotline 262 554-7788

Milwaukee Central Office
7429 West Greenfield Avenue
West Allis WI Telephone: 414 771-9119

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