SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT

REGARDING COVID19 PANDEMIC

Zoom and Other On-Line Meetings ar available: 

CLICK HERE FOR SCV ON-LINE MEETINGS

CLICK HERE FOR LOS ANGELES ON-LINE MEETINGS 

SANTA CLARITA CENTRAL OFFICE of A.A.:

Closed - Open only for scheduled pickups. Please call 661-250-9922 to schedule a time to pick up literature and the office will be opened for you. ALL OTHER RESOURCES STILL AVAILABLE.

NOW OPEN: 

  • Rafters Group - six in-person meetings per week (click here for current Rafters In-Person Meetings Directory)
  • Recovery Room - Monday thru Friday  10:30am 
  • Stepping Stones  Sunday Speaker at 6:30pm and Sunday, Wednesday and Friday 7:00am-8:30am (in the parking lot, bring your own chair and coffee)
  • Meetings in the Park: Noon and 5:00pm every day at Central Park
  • Meeting at Another Park - Bouquet Canyon Park Meeting, 28127 Wellston Dr., Santa Clarita 91350 6:00pm every Thursday

 

CLOSED/SUSPENDED:

  • Rafters
  • H&I Panels
  • H&I Meeting
  • Stepping Stones - Limited Meetings
  • Recovery Room - Limited Meetings
  • All other meetings

 

aascv.org and aa.org - both have video/audio speaker tapes and recordings

Gratitude Month

November is traditionally Gratitude Month in A.A.

In Santa Clarita during the month of November a special collection (separate from the normal 7th tradition) is made during each meeting. This money is sent to Central Office. This money is used to support the services of the Santa Clarita Valley Central Office of Alcoholics Anonymous.
This is the only time of the year that Central Office asks for help.
PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE make an announcement at your home group and meeting you attend.
During the pandemic, Gratitude Month Contributions can be given by:
 
Venmo
@SCVAA-CentralOffice
 
PayPal
Go to www.aascv.org
Scroll down until you see
the “Donate” button
 
Mail In
SCV Central Office of A.A.
PO Box 803063
Valencia, CA 91380-3063
 
In Person (mail slot)
SCV Central Office of A.A.
26951 Ruether Ave.
Suite B-4
Santa Clarita, Ca. 91351
 
Count the blessings you have been given as the result of your sobriety.
Please be generous with your donations so that we may continue to
support you and your group and most importantly…
THE STILL SUFFERING ALCOHOLIC!
 
PLEASE GIVE WHAT YOU CAN
www.aascv.org
Last Updated: 16 January 2019

TWENTY QUESTIONS - Could I be an Alcoholic?

Are you an alcoholic? To answer this, ask yourself the following questions and answer them as honestly as you can:

 

 

 

YES

NO

1.

Do you lose time from work due to drinking?

2.

Is drinking making your home life unhappy?

3.

Do you drink because you are shy with other people?

4.

Is drinking affecting your reputation?

5.

Have you ever felt remorse after drinking?

6.

Have you gotten into financial difficulties as a result of drinking?

7.

Do you turn to lower companions and an inferior environment when drinking?

8.

Does your drinking make you careless of your family's welfare?

9.

Has your ambition decreased since drinking?

10

Do you crave a drink at a definite time daily?

11.

Do you want a drink the next morning?

12.

Does drinking cause you to have difficulty in sleeping?

13.

Has your efficiency decreased since drinking?

14.

Is drinking jeopardizing your job or business?

15.

Do you drink to escape from worries or trouble?

16.

Do you drink alone?

17.

Have you ever had a complete loss of memory as a result of drinking?

18.

Has your physician ever treated you for drinking?

19.

Do you drink to build up your self-confidence?

20.

Have you ever been to a hospital or institution on account of drinking?

Click here to get the results of this test.

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