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If you have a drinking problem and want to contact someone in Alcoholics Anonymous (A.A.), this website offers a number of ways to do this. Please check the menu items under Contact Us to reach one of our members in the Edmonton area or to find a local phone number close to you. You can, of course, just look up and go to a meeting close to you by using our Find a Meeting feature. We will be glad to see you.

 

This website also provides information pertinent to members of AA in the Edmonton AA Intergroup Area and the public/media at large who are simply looking for details regarding the service structure of Alcoholics Anonymous in the Edmonton area.

Edmonton Central Office Society

Suite 205, 10544 114 Street NW, Edmonton, AB

Office Hours

11:00 am - 2:00 pm weekdays except Thursday
11:00 am - 6:00 pm (all Thursdays except 2nd)
11:00 am - 7:00 pm (2nd Thursday only)

Closed weekends and holidays

(780) 424-5900 Phone Service till 10:00 pm
(587) 523-4334 Fax Number
Email: centraloffice@edmontonaa.org

What Does Central Office Do?

GSO Maintenance Bulletin

Due to upgrading - The online systems for Ordering Literature and making Contributions Online will be closed from July 23 until August 5, 2019.

So that means July 22nd is the last day for GSO to receive Literature Orders before they go offline for the above-noted dates. You can place Literature orders again, on Monday, August 5, 2019.

Two Special Notes:

  1. * Recurring Contributions Online: members who’ve been making recurring online contributions will need to reenter all credit card information once the new system is started
  2. * Please let all your home groups know about these Offline Dates!!
WE Group BBQ
Unity BBQ
Innisfail Campout
14 Week Step Series
Area 78 Assembly
District 10 Unity Roundup

Edmonton Intergroup Committee meets on the 2nd Thursday(7:00 pm) at Central Office

  • 12 Step Committee meets as needed; see the committee chair for details.
  • Communications & Technology Committee meets as needed.
    • ECO Newsletter Staff meets Friday (11am - 2pm) at Central Office; see Newsletter Editor for details.
  • Group Services Committee meets as needed; see the committee chair for details.
  • Policies & Procedures Committee meets as needed; see the committee chair for details.

Edmonton General Service Committee (EGSC) meets on the 1st Wednesday(6:30 pm) at Central Office

  • Treatment Facility Committee meets meets the 3rd Wednesday monthly (7:30pm) at the Alano Club, 10728 124 Street
  • Corrections Committee meets the 3rd Friday(6:30 pm) at the Alano Club.
  • Grapevine Committee meets as needed; see the committee chair for details.
  • PI & CPC Committee meets the 3rd Wednesday(6:30 pm) at the Alano Club.

Check Out Speaking At a PI/CPC Event

 

Event Tickets


We have tickets at Central Office for the following events;

  • District 10 Roundup Oct 25-27

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Keep in mind

On-going Big Book Studies

Tuesday 7:30 PM (Open)
Saturday 9:15 AM (Men)

 

South Side Chapter house
8318 104 Street
North Entrance on 84th Avenue

Groups Needing Support
  • Sun - Phoenix Fireside
  • Mon - Oilmen’s Group
  • Mon - Eastwood Group
  • Tues - Rite Trac Group
  • Tues - West End 12 Step
  • Tues - Young & Old Meeting
  • Tues - Hope Through Friendship
  • Tues - Sunrise Light Luncheon
  • Thurs - U of AA Group
  • Thurs - Our Place Group 
  • Fri - Sunrise Light Luncheon
  • Sat - Principles Group
Check meeting list for time and location

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