St. Lucie Intergroup Association, Inc.
24 Hour Hotline (772) 873-9299
NOW OPEN MONDAYS!!!
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
10 AM – 2 PM
Masks and gloves required
Maximum 3 patrons at once
Credit/debit card only, no cash
883 E. Prima Vista Blvd.
Port St. Lucie, FL 34952
IN THE PORT ST LUCIE PLAZA
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MOST MEETINGS HAVE EITHER RESUMED THEIR ESTABLISHED SCHEDULES, FOUND NEW LOCATIONS, CONVERTED TO ONLINE MEETINGS OR SOME COMBINATION OF THESE. SEE OUR ELECTRONIC MEETING GUIDE BELOW AND DOWNLOAD THE NEWEST WHERE & WHEN!!!
THE INFORMATION LISTED BELOW IS UPDATED AS THE CORONA VIRUS CONCERNS ARE EASED AND MEETINGS RESCHEDULE TO ACCOMMODATE.
MEETING GUIDE UPDATED April 15, 2021
Online Meeting Listing: The Meeting Guide
No personally identifiable information is maintained on this website, including by the Meeting Guide database.
WHERE & WHEN printable Meeting List
for St Lucie County and Okeechobee County
Downloadable PDF: Click blue link to save to your device.
WE NEED YOUR HELP!
In the face of the current pandemic, most of our groups either stopped meeting or moved to an online format. “BASKETS” were not passed, of course, and many groups tapped your prudent reserves for any expenses such as subscriptions to online meeting services.
Many groups have resumed some form of regular meetings now. Our St. Lucie County Intergroup Office also has re-opened with a limited schedule, staffed as usual by our awesome volunteers.
We’re now asking that our local Fellowship step up and resume your usual support: Come visit our Office to buy books and other Literature, chips and Anniversary Coins and Cards. But, importantly, please resume your usual Basket contributions to Intergroup.
Even when the office was temporarily closed, expenses continued to be paid: Office Rental, Telephone service for our 24-Hour-Hotline, Internet service to provide out Website, Office Equipment rental.
And the Intergroup Prudent Reserve fund was tapped to pay those expenses. That fund now is nearing depletion.
Please help keep Intergroup Resources and Services available by mailing or bringing contribution checks to our office or coming to make a contribution via debit or credit cards. (We’re unable to accept cash for the duration of the pandemic event.)
Our District 6 Website has a Directory of some local Online Meetings HERE:
Here is a nation-wide link to online AA meetings:
Here’s a suggested guide to conducting online meetings, including a possible format and many suggested readings/topics. (PDF format, click the blue link to open/download)
Find a telephone meeting directory at this link:
Alcoholics Anonymous as an organization neither supports nor recommends ZOOM; it is merely one of many available services similar to the Internet or telephones that members of our Fellowship find useful for communication.
Here’s a link to the Zoom website where you may download software and apps, learn how to use Zoom and and find usage suggestions.
You can read and listen to the “Big Book,” “Daily Reflections” and the “12 & 12” online at the Alcoholics Anonymous General Service Office website:
IF YOU KNOW OF ADDITIONAL ACTIVE MEETING LINKS TO SHARE, PLEASE EMAIL THEM TO BOTH THESE LINKS:
Intergroup Statement of Purpose To serve our associated Groups in carrying the AA message to the still suffering alcoholic according to the principals of the Twelve Steps, the 12 Traditions and the 12 Concepts of AA, always remembering that our common welfare comes first.
Please check our Newsletter for details on upcoming events and news:
Downloadable PDF: Click a blue link to view. To download once the newsletter is visible, click the down-pointing arrow icon at top right of newsletter display, to the right of the printer icon.
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This website is neither endorsed by nor affiliated with Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, Inc. The sole purpose of this website is to help carry the A.A. message to the alcoholic who still suffers. This website is maintained as a resource of public information by St Lucie Intergroup and, in accordance with the Seventh Tradition of Alcoholics Anonymous, is fully supported by the St Lucie County A.A. groups it serves. The trademarks A.A. and Alcoholics Anonymous©, The Grapevine©, and The Big Book© are registered trademarks of Alcoholics Anonymous©.