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)

 

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

Last Updated: 16 January 2019

Alcoholics Anonymous "Related" Web Links *

These A.A. "related" links to websites listed here are submitted by individual A.A. members. They are meant to be an easily guide to the many sober resources available on-line to members of A.A.

 ~Thank you!

Click here to Contact Us and add a web link


Here are some highly recommended links:

 

Southern California AA Central/Intergroup Offices:

AA 52 Central Office website serving northern Santa Barbara County

Click here for a complete list of all known Central Offices all  over the world at A.A.'s Official Website

Hospitals and Institutions:

Santa Clarita H & I

Sothern California H&I

District 7

DISTRICT 7 of AREA 93 (The SCV is in District 7, Area 93)

CALIFORNIA AA GSO sites:

NORTHERN COASTAL CALIFORNIA AREA 6

Click here for a complete list of all known GSO sites all  over the world at A.A.'s Official Website

  Other SCV Sites:

Stepping Stones Alano Club

Fun Recovery Sites:

* Although the links to the websites listed here events are related to Alcoholics Anonymous in so far as the content of these sites have much to do with sobriety, alcoholism, and it's related social issues, they are NOT all affiliated with A.A. directly. We simply list these as healthy, fun, and sober resources for members of Alcoholics Anonymous to enjoy if they so chose.