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Where are some places to look up local A.A. meetings?

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A.A., or Alcoholics Anonymous, offices typically provide local meeting information on their websites. AA.org provides a tool to find information about local A.A. offices and meetings, as of July 2015.

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Where are some places to look up local A.A. meetings?
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Visitors to AA.org should enter location information into the search box below the A.A. Near You heading. The site accepts U.S. or Canadian locations in the first search box, and ZIP or postal codes in the second box. If the user is looking for offices outside the United States or Canada, he must select the country from the drop-down menu.

The site lists results based on distance. It lists results under a city heading and includes the distance from the user's location to that city. Each result has a name and phone number listed. If the office has a website, the site lists its URL.

The user should click on the URL for the local office, and navigate to the site's meeting page. The site usually includes each meeting's day, time and address. It may also list meeting restrictions and amenities. Restrictions include men or women only. Amenities include handicap accessible meetings and meetings with child care services available.

If the office doesn't list meeting information on its website, an alternative method is calling the office and asking about local meetings.

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