What is AA?

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 problemand help other to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for AA membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for AA membership; we are self supporting through our own contributions. AA is not alllied with any sect, denomination or politics, organization or institution; does not wish to engage in any contreversy, neither endorses nor opposes any causes. Our primary purpose is to stay sober and to help other alcoholics acheive sobriety.

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Upcoming Events

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February 2016

  1. 27th Annual Yakima Valley Roundup!!!
    February 19 - 21, 2016. "Steps to Freedom" Six great national speakers head-up a weekend of fun and fellowship. $25 pre-registration, $30 at the door. Located at Yakima Convention Center, 10 N 8th St., Yakima, WA 98901 Visit their website for more info here.

    February 20, 2016 @ 9:30am. Listen to various speakers share their experience, strength, and hope, carrying the message to the public, treatment centers, jails and prisons, the professional community, answering the hotline, and others. Located at Assembly of God, 4224 Jackson Highway, Chehalis WA

  1. Cowlitz River Roundup Planning Meeting!!
    February 21, 2016 from 9:00-10:00am. Come be a part of planning this special annual campout! There is no better way to feel involved! Located at Lavender Door Hair Designs 2100 National Ave, Suite 118

  1. The Blending of Time Conference!!!
    February 26 - 28, 2016. This is the only conference of its type on the West Coast, where every alcoholic who attends has a chance to speak. Located at LaQuinta Inn 1425 E. 27th St., Tacoma, WA 98421 Visit their website for more info here.

    February 27, 2016 from 9am - 2pm. This is an opportunity for GSRs and other district committee members to become informed about certain agenda items that will be presented at the 2016 General Service Conference. We take this information back to our home groups for an informed group conscious that will then be delivered to Area 72 Delegate, Darren F. so he can get a feel for how Area 72 districts think about the agenda topics Darren will present at the pre-conference meeting. BRING A DISH TO SHARE. Located at Faith Family Christian Center 2203 38th Ave Longview, Washington 98632

March 2016

  1. 2016 PRAASA
    March 4 - 6, 2016. Located at Spokane Convention Center 334W. Spokane Falls Blvd. Spokane, WA 99201 Visit their website for more info here.

  1. Burien Little Assembly 2016!!
    March 19, 2016. "Our Spiritual Way of Life: Steps, Traditions & Concepts" Located at Green River Community College 12401 SE 320th St, Auburn, WA 98092 Visit their website for more info here.

April 2016

  1. WWA72 April Business Quarterly
    April 1-2, 2016. Hosted by District 8. $15 registration. Please register early. Located at Good Shepard Church 1601 North St. SE, Olympia, WA 98501

  1. North Coast Roundup @ Seaside!!!
    April 7-9, 2016. "A New Life has been Given" Speakers, Meetings, Comedy Show, Dance & much more! $35 registration. HURRY THIS EVENT SELLS OUT FAST! Located at Seaside Convention Center 415 First AVE. Seaside, OR 97138 Visit their website here.

  1. 1st Annual Northwest Girlstock!!
    April 22 - 24, 2016. Women's Big Book 12 Step Conference. Limited space. Online registration open now! Located at Maple Hall 104 Commercial, La Conner, WA 98257 Visit their website here.

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    Wednesday Night Salkum Meeting is Open!!!

      The Wednesday night Starting Over Group at the Salkum Library is once again meeting at 6pm. Help the meeting get off to a good start!! Your support is appreciated! Click Here for meeting details.

    New Meeting at Greenhill

      District 28 have been given the thumbs up to start taking meetings into Green Hill school. You will need to fill out a background check and a volunteer application before you can go in. Please get a hold of Shauna K. Wes Y. if you are interested in doing this type of service work. We always need people to carry the message. Thank You!

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      Useful Links

    1. Alcoholics Anonymous
    2. Area 72 - Western Washington
    3. District 8 - Thurston/Mason
    4. District 27 - Longview Meetings
    5. If you Think You Have A Drinking Problem...

      No one wants to admit they have a drinking problem. If you find that once you start drinking you drink more than you intend and when you truly want to quit drinking for good you find that you can't then you may be an alcoholic. It wasn't easy facing and accepting the fact that we couldn't drink safely but today many of us live productive, comfortable lives without alcohol. It is important to understand that alcoholism is a disease and there is a solution to our common problem. You are not alone. We have discovered a new way of living without alcohol. Visit us at a meeting and begin the journey of a lifetime! Click here for a schedule of meetings in the Lewis County area and we'll see you at a meeting!

      For more information and a questionnaire to determine if you may be alcoholic click the button below.

      If You Are Concerned About Someone Else...

      Watching someone you love and care about struggle with alcoholism is difficult. Why won't they quit? Why can't they see the harm they are causing? These are some of the symptoms of the disease of alcoholism. Most alcoholics would surely quit if they could and few want to harm those they love. The nature of the disease prevents them from changing. Alcoholics Anonymous can help. If your loved one is ready to quit drinking Alcoholics Anonymous can help. For a schedule of meetings in the Lewis County area click here. You can't force anyone to start the AA way of life but you can offer information about recovery in AA.

      To the Teachers, Doctors, Lawyers, Therapists and Other Professionals...

      Perhaps you have a client that is unable to fully benefit from your services due to trouble with alcohol. Many of our members started their recovery with help from the professional community. Teachers, doctors, lawyers, therapists and other professionals from fields unrelated to alcoholism are often the first to recognize the symptoms of alcoholism. There are members available in this community to help you understand how Alcoholics Anonymous can help. Sometimes all it takes is providing your client with a schedule. For a schedule of meetings in the Lewis County area click here.