Alcoholics Anonymous Auckland Service Centre

PROTECTION FRAMEWORK AKA ‘TRAFFIC LIGHT’ RESTRICTIONS AND AA MEETINGS

Restrictions for AA Groups during the traffic light system come from the landlord of the venue and are a legal requirement.

No one will ever be turned away from AA as a whole, but individuals currently need to choose meetings according to their vaccination status and there are plenty of meetings to choose from.

ORANGE LIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • Face coverings recommended
  • 1 metre distancing recommended
  • Outdoor venue – No people limit
  • Indoor venue – No people limit
  • Vaccine Certificate – venue may choose to
RED LIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • Face coverings recommended
  • 1 metre recommended
  • Outdoor venue – No people limit
  • Indoor venue – 200 people limit
  • Vaccine Certificate – venue may choose to

Alcoholics Anonymous is a voluntary, worldwide fellowship of men and women from all walks of life who meet together to attain and maintain sobriety. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for A.A. membership. There are more than 114,000 groups and over 2,000,000 members in over 180 countries.

The Service Centre is a central point of contact for Alcoholics Anonymous in the Auckland region.

Auckland Service Centre
Level 2, Wesley Bicentenary Hall,
78 Pitt Street, Auckland, 1010
Ph: 09 366 6688
Email: aaasc2011@gmail.com

Office Hours:
Monday – Friday: 9am–4:00pm

After hours call

Today's Meetings

Time Meeting Location Region
11:00 am Auckland The Oldtimers 24 Hour Club (downstairs) Grey Lynn
11:00 am The Open Door - New Comers and Returnees [Online Only] Online Meeting Online Only Online only
Noon Tairua Serenity in sobriety Town Hall Annex Tairua, Coromandel
1:00 pm Te Wairua O Mai        Online Meeting Online only Online only
3:00 pm Auckland Tamaki Saturday Dunkirk Road Activity Centre Panmure
4:00 pm Balmoral AA Thankyou Balmoral Baptist Church Balmoral

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