A.A. Online Intergroup

Online Meetings Near Cincinnati

Online Meetings Near Dayton: See

Online Meetings District 12/13 of Area 56

Cross Talk Group Phone Meetings

A.A.W.S. continues to process literature orders:  Please contact Order Department at 212-870-3312 or email or visit the online store at

GSO Update 03/23/2020 A.A. Groups Using Digital Platforms to Find Sobriety During Coronavirus (COVID-19) Outbreak

GSO Update 03/23/2020 Grapevine and La Vińa are here to help

GSO Update 03/19/2020

GSO Options for Meeting Online

Tips on Anonymity Online using Zoom from NYC Central Office

District 11 Website Suspended Meetings: Finding Liberty Group, Friday Middletown VA, Rule #62 by Candlelight, Ross New Beginnings, Fourth Dimension Big Book Study, and 12 & 12 Wednesdays Monroe.

Districts 12/13 Website Suspended Meetings: See D11 List Above.

According to Dayton Central Office: "Springboro-Franklin Club is open with this schedule."

Dayton Southside Club: Closed.

Middletown's Traditions Club: Closed.

Hamilton's 1213 Club: Closed.

Cincinnati's TriCounty Center remains open with a limited schedule. As of 04/01/2020 anyone under 16 is banned.

Cincinnati's Eastside Center: Closed.

Cincinnati's 405 Oak Street Center: Closed.

Cincinnati's Dry Dock Club: Closed.

Covington KY's 1607 Eastern Ave Club: Jon phoned them, they said they're open.

Florence KY's Alano Club: Closed.

Newport KY's Promises Club: Closed.

Richmond IN's 228 Club: Closed.

Bloomington IN's 12 24 Club: Closed. 

Indianapolis IN: All Clubs Closed.

A.A.H.S. email: "GET INTO ACTION TO PRESERVE OUR HISTORY! Don't put off recording the vital oral histories of our groups and old-timers any longer. Click here for AAWS's Oral Histories Kit and consider making a remote recording via Zoom or Skype. Also please consider documenting how your local groups and service entities are dealing with the COVID-19 crisis. This documentation will become an important part of our archives and help guide future generations of AA members who may one day deal with a similar crisis."

Michael B. posted: "The Dry Riders came to the decision to close down the Friday night meeting until further notice."

Akron Intergroup Office Closed to the Public

Bob B. posted: Cincinnati’s  Spiritual Basis Sunday morning 8:25 AM is cancelled until further notice. We are working on trying to set up a Zoom account and will let you know when that happens

Cincinnati’s Common Solutions Group at Garden Park Unity Church CANCELLED.

Cincinnati’s Delhi No. 1 Group CANCELLED F2F, has moved meetings online.

Cincinnati's Super Secret Young People's Meeting CLOSED

Paul M. posted: The West Chester Family Afterwards AA meeting that meets on Sunday, 7:30 at Lord of Life Lutheran Church has been cancelled for two weeks (3/22 & 3/29). The group will reassess the situation on 4/1.

The Salty Dawg Meeting (Covington KY) will be closed until further notice.

TC texted: Wyoming Wednesday 1205 Group cancelled until further notice, now meeting online.

Seen elsewhere: Sunday night Vision group has been cancelled until further notice because Lifegate Church has closed all meetings.

Tuesday night Big Book study group at Alco Aides [Dayton],  cancelled.

Carol posted: "The Thursday night and Sunday night Twelve Steppers meetings held at the Cincinnati Archdiocese building are canceled until it is deemed safe to resume."

Appalachian OH Intergroup Changes

Area 26 Kentucky Meeting Updates Due to Coronavirus

Dayton Central Office posted: Due to concerns about COVID-19, some AA groups are temporarily suspending their meetings. Closures will be posted if they are received. Some meetings have contact phone numbers you may call to see if that meeting is cancelled. Please email updates to

Mariemont West Tuesday Night Canceled


Darryl D. posted: Covenant Community Church at Winton & Mack Rd crossing is closed to all meetings.

Robin W. posted: St. Ann Church has cancelled Sunday night Groesbeck Discussion Group until April 3rd.

Area 56 Mini-Conference was CANCELLED due to COVID-19. Banquet tickets will be refunded.

See EVENTS for cancellations

Cincinnati's MONDAY NIGHT A THRU Z MEETING AT 7:30 MEETING:  Eastside Christian Church cancelled all events

Area 56 March 2020 Newsletter (includes the GSC Agenda Items which we will discuss at the Area 56 Mini-Conference)

Area 56 January 2020 Newsletter

New Open Meeting at Newport KY's Promises Club: Primary Purpose, Tuesdays 7PM

Cincinnati Intergroup New Meetings & Changes March 2020 Note New Spanish-Speaking Meeting Weekday Evenings

Starting April 6th the 3L Group will meet at 7 pm, Grace Baptist Church in Independence KY.

GSR Report Form

GSR Report Presentation

District 24 Report

Dayton Area Intergroup Liaison Report

At our Area 56 Assembly 02/22/2020 some new officers were elected. We still have some committee chair vacancies, contact our Area Chair if interested at

03/06/2020 New Spanish-Speaking Meeting Begins, Dayton OH

Dayton Intergroup Announcements (February Unity): Corrections: Brian H. (937) 781-6770 Need volunteers for the various institutions. There are usually have four volunteers for each site and we’re down to two or three. All the meetings start at around 6 p.m. Background checks are necessary. Email Brian and he will send the form for volunteers to fill out and return. 

Nova House/Morningstar is looking for men and women volunteers excited about their recovery and wanting to share their experience, strength and hope. Currently the commitment is once every four weeks on Fridays. The men's meeting is at 1:15 the Beckman Street facility, and the women's meeting is at 1 p.m. at the Heid Avenue location. Call Kat M. (937) 463-3230 for more information or to volunteer. St. Vincent de Paul Homeless Shelter Lou O. and Glen S. are taking meetings to the Men’s Shelter on Gettysburg on Monday from 5 to 6 p.m. More male AAs are welcome to attend. Female AAs are needed to establish a meeting at the Women’s Shelter at 120 W. Apple St. in Dayton. For information contact Lou at (937) 269-4220. KBMC Kettering Behavior Medical Center is looking for volunteers to provide an AA meeting on Thursdays, 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. KBMC, at 5350 Lamme Road, Moraine, OH. The center is a 60-bed adult inpatient psychiatric facility. All materials are provided. Anyone interested would need to contact Doug Mowery, LSW Manager, Behavioral Health Assessment Team, at (937) 534-4648 to discuss orientation at Kettering Health Network’s Volunteer Services. It requires some basic screening and a background check. The reason for background check is that you will be in an inpatient care area. KHN orientations are scheduled every other month.

Meetings seeking support Have you started a new meeting? Does your meeting need support? Has your group changed location, time or format? Let Unity know! In an effort to list meetings currently needing support and those that have moved recently, please send information to The listings will appear for two months. The Nutt Road Tues., Thurs. & Fri. Meetings are now the Franklin Street Meetings. These meetings have moved to Restoration Church located at 63 E. Franklin St. in downtown Centerville, one block east of the intersection of Main & Franklin. These meetings need your support! Please feel free to join us: Tuesday Night Franklin Street Step Meeting at 7:30 pm Thursday Night Franklin Street Discussion Meeting at 7:30 pm Friday Noon Franklin Street Discussion Meeting at 12 pm The Wednesday Trinity East Lead Meeting has CLOSED. Thursday, 7 pm O-D, Thursday, 6 pm O-D, Fairborn Recovery Center, 333 Broad St., Fairborn. NEEDS SUPPORT. Victory in the City meeting at New City Church, 4800 N. Dixie Drive, Dayton, NEEDS SUPPORT. Thursday, 7 pm O-D It’s Your Meeting Young people’s meeting at Crossroads Club, 5235 N. Main St., needs support. Friday 10:30 am Women’s Time for Joy O-Literature meeting at Crossroads Club, 5235 N. Main St., needs support. Currently reading Drop the Rock. Saturday 10:30 am Women’s O-D Westside Club, W. 2nd St & Delphos Ave., Dayton, NEEDS SUPPORT

 Central Office of Dayton is in need of people for service work in several different areas. 1. 12-Step List. (1-year minimum sobriety) Instructions will be provided. 2. Nite Owl phone service. (1-year minimum sobriety) Training and materials provided. 3. ASL Interpreter for the deaf. 4. Interpreter for Spanish-speaking AAs. If you are interested in expanding your service work into different areas of need, please call Central Office at (937) 222-2211. There are AAs and newcomers awaiting your help. UNITY requests writers!

District 28 requests Volunteers to take AA meetings to correctional sites Our two state prisons – Lebanon Correctional (LECI) and Warren Correctional (WCI) – need volunteers! It takes a little extra effort to apply, but the Monday night LECI and the Tuesday night WCI meetings are great opportunities for you to share what works and ShowUp in the lives of incarcerated alcoholics. The Correctional & Treatment facilities in District 28 include: • Warren Correctional Institution • Lebanon, OH (men’s state prison) • Lebanon Correctional Institution Lebanon, OH (men’s state prison) • Lebanon Correctional Camp Lebanon, OH (men’s state prison) • Community Correctional Center of Butler, Clermont and Warren Counties Lebanon, OH (men’s alternative to straight up prison time) • Turtle Creek Center Lebanon, OH (men’s felony offender transitional living / halfway house) • Warren County Jail Lebanon, OH (men and women) • Clermont County Jail Batavia, OH (men and women) • Community Alternative Sentencing Center of Clermont County · Batavia, OH (men’s and women’s alternative to straight up jail time) • Behavioral Health Institute at Mercy Clermont Batavia, OH (men and women) HOW TO PARTICIPATE CARRY THE MESSAGE! Become an AA volunteer at one of the facilities listed here. Each facility has its own application/approval process. Each meeting has its own volunteer commitment needs — attendance can range from as little as once-a-month up to weekly. CONTRIBUTE! If your AA group/meeting is in District 28, ask your group to follow the suggestion on the “distribution of funds” page in the Where & When. The majority of our district contributions goes to AA literature for these facilities. In Dayton, the Big Change from Small Change program supports literature for incarcerated members. If you live in or attend meetings within District 28 and would like to be of service in the corrections or treatment arena or if you attend AA meetings inside correctional or treatment facilities within District 28 and would like help with literature and/or volunteers, please contact us. By mail at DISTRICT 28, P.O. Box 426 Loveland, OH 45140, or on the web at

01/29/2020 New Meeting 12 & 12 starting at Our Lady of Sorrows, Monroe OH 45050   

Friday Night Fire Pit Meetings at Cincinnati's ESC All Year Round

Hosting a YPAA Event? "ATTN: HOST/Advisory Members A plea for ongoing help!! We are trying to keep the global calendar up to date with planned YPAA conferences and conventions multi-day or single day (eg LONDYPAA). It is very difficult to stay of top of all of the outreach on FB and other social media. PLEASE ask your committees to when you have a firm Date and Location for your event so I can add it on to reach the maximum number of people via this calendar. Please spread the word about its existence!! This calendar helps Advisory Committees around the world to plan their conference dates better so they don't trample on a date already set for another conference. This helps prevent YPAA members from having to decide which conference they want to attend versus being able to attend both to limit the competing of both conferences, thus increasing the attendance at each one! This is the google calendar of all the known Young People in A.A. (YPAA) conventions and multi-day events worldwide. Almost every weekend of the year there is a YPAA convention or multi-day event somewhere in the world: including Europe, Asia, Australia, South Africa, and all across North and South Americas. Email if you have a YPAA convention or multi-day event to be listed. You can access it from any browser using this link...… If this link is broken or doesn't work .. just google ypaa calendar it's usually the top hit. Check it out and get involved!! YPAA is for anyone, any age with room to grow in their recovery. Don't be intimidated by the joy and laughter of the YPAA fellowship. "Why shouldn't we laugh? We have recovered, and have been given the power to help others." In love and service... Ian M. (Aussie) & Brandon M. Naples"

"The women's 7pm meeting at Eastside Center on Thursday is in desperate need of support. Tonight we had two new women and it was only myself in attendance. We would love to have your experience, strength, hope and support." 

Cincinnati Intergroup New Meetings & Changes February 2020

The next episode of The Young Sober Voices Podcast is out! Here is an excerpt of the episode featuring Shannon C from Nashville, TN. Subscribe on whatever podcast app you use to get new episodes biweekly. Email us at for anniversary announcements or to announce an upcoming YPAA conference or event.

Volunteers Needed 2020 A.A. International! Volunteer sign-up went live 02/08/2020!

Have you ever wanted to learn how to conduct a business meeting through Zoom? How about conducting 3rd legacy voting? Learning how to use web conferencing software for a committee meeting is tough but the Austin Bid For ICYPAA has you covered! We will be conducting an online workshop to show how to basic things in Zoom to enable you to conduct a business meeting and even have 3rd legacy voting! We will be sharing best practices from our experience. Join us on Zoom 3/15 at 6pm CST! All Are welcome. Join Zoom Meeting

02/04/2020 District 24 Area 56 Meeting, Crossroads Club, Dayton OH

The Periodic Newsletter of District 28 Corrections & Treatment Service:  ShowUp December 2019

01/29/2020 New 12&12 Meeting Begins, Monroe OH

02/07/2020 New Al-Anon Meeting Begins, Eastside Center, Batavia OH

Deaf Intergroup: There is one now, it's in Central TX but I'm sure they will help drunk deafies everywhere find resources. Also: HCIA

Cincinnati Intergroup New Meetings & Changes January 2020

Speakers Wanted for ICYPAA2020

Amelia Friday Night Group will no longer be held at the Methodist Church. The meeting has been moved to The Hope Center, 4 Cecelia Place (located on the corner of St. Rt. 125 and Cecelia Place), Amelia, Ohio. 7:30pm. Handicap Accessible. Any questions - call Mike 513-587-9018.

The new Winter 2019 issue of Box 459 has been posted online:  

2021 General Service Conference Theme, send ideas to

Call for stories to update “A.A. for the Older Alcoholic”

Area 56 Panel 70 elected 09/21/2019 to take office 01/01/2020:

Delegate: Nancy F.

Area Chair/AltDel: Andrea H.



R. Secretary:

Area 56 2020 Calendar 09/21/2019

Detroit 2020 International Convention: These forms have arrived - ask your GSR. "Registration forms will be mailed in August 2019 to all G.S.R.s, central offices, intergroups and international G.S.O.s. Online registration will be available September 9, 2019, on Advanced registration for the Convention (between September 9, 2019, and April 14, 2020) will be $115 (USD) per attendee. Registration after April 15, 2020, will be $140.00 (USD) per attendee. Check for further information and updates."

Final General Service Conference Report Now Available - Ask Your Delegate! Email

New Cincinnati Intergroup Where & When dated July 2019 is available. Cover is Lavender in Color - Image

Friday Dinners/Leads at Promises Club, Newport KY

Area 56 Corrections is hoping for some Volunteers Text Courtney at 513-486-8328

New Location: Milford's A-Z Sobriety Group effective 07/01/2019

New Location: Cincinnati's Deer Park Saturday AA 1:30 Meeting moved effective 06/01/2019 to Hartzell United Methodist Church, 8999 Applewood Drive, Cincinnati OH 45236

New Location: Sobriety Sisters Group, Reading OH

Our Great Responsibility is now available for purchase below:

Our Great Responsibility: Rediscovered Wisdom from A.A.’s Co-Founder - During the course of 20 General Service Conferences, Bill W. gave more than 33 talks, 16 of which are now gathered in the new book Our Great Responsibility: A Selection of Bill W.’s General Service Conference Talks, 1951–1970, which is scheduled for publication in early May 2019. Not only does Our Great Responsibility represent the first time these talks have been made available in print form to the general reader, but it is also the first original book from Alcoholics Anonymous in over 30 years.

NKYPAA Business Meetings every other Sunday at 5:30PM at Promises Club, Newport KY

164 Reasons New Big Book Study Meeting, Eastside Center, Batavia OH

Mini Catalog of New and Forthcoming Items of A.A. Literature from A.A.W.S., Inc.

Mini Catalog of AA Grapevine new and backlist books and other items.

New Traditions Meeting, Alano Club, Florence KY. Mondays at 2:18 PM - Help Needed.

Area 56 Corrections Committee meets on the last Friday of each month at 5PM upstairs at 405 Oak Street Center. Email

Literature: The General Service Office of Alcoholics Anonymous has announced new and revised pamphlets now available. The “God” Word, a 24-page pamphlet, P-88 for agnostics and atheists in A.A.. • The LGBTQ Alcoholic in A.A. is a totally redone pamphlet, P-32. • The pamphlet A.A. for Alcoholics with Mental Health Issues – And Their Sponsors. The need for this particular pamphlet was proposed by Area 56 and has been in the process of development and is now available. • Frequently Asked Questions about A.A. (Large Print) a 72-page redo of the familiar smaller version, P-57. • Coming soon – Our Great Responsibility: A Selection of Bill W.’s General Service Conference Talks, 1951–1970 will be available around April or May 2019.         Box 459 adds: Recently, A.A. published four new or updated pamphlets (including) Women in A.A...There is also a new Grapevine book, One Big Tent, with stories by atheist and agnostic members...

AAWS Letter concerning Meeting Guide technology.

New Meeting: Don't Be Late Speaker Meeting, Tuesdays 7PM, U.M. Church, Milford OH

Brief 2018 Delegate Report (via June Unity): General Service Conference Report: The General Service Conference, held at the Crowne Plaza Times Square from April 21-28, proved to be an incredible week of meetings, discussion, voting, presentations, learning, exploring and fellowship! It was truly a spiritual experience. A fellow A.A. from India traveled to New York to visit and observe. On one of our mornings together we put on plastic ponchos in the rain, boarding the subway and riding to the General Service Office for a visit with a staff member leading the way, raising his umbrella and shouting, GSO! GSO! It was a wonderful opportunity to see our GSO Staff in their offices and be able to see what they are working on. Former Area 56 Delegate Mary C., who is now serving on the International Committee, was especially welcoming and helpful to all. People also made sure to circulate throughout the week eating at different tables and sitting in different locations throughout the conference to be sure to meet as many delegates and staff as possible. There was such a warm spirit of caring and concern for one another, people always asking how you were doing and if they could answer any questions or help in any way, especially the staff who were very attentive. One of the highlights at the conference was electronic voting that they have in place now – it sure beats raising hands and counting. The days were long and full of meetings with regional, committee and full conference. I am most fortunate to have had a birthday and an A.A. anniversary to celebrate that week. I had 92 other delegates singing happy birthday to me, and another delegate who chaired the A.A. early bird meeting drew a ‘token’ on a piece of paper to give me on my anniversary. For a full report of voting results, please feel free to contact me and I will be happy to come to a group or meeting to provide the information. — Jenny C., Delegate SW Ohio Area 56

GSO is looking for member stories: Spanish-speaking Women in A.A. – Added June 2018 The Trustees' Literature Committee is looking for member stories for possible inclusion in a new pamphlet: Spanish-speaking Women in A.A.

GSO is looking for member stories: A.A.’s Three Legacies – Added June 2018 The Trustees' Literature Committee is looking for member stories for possible inclusion in a new pamphlet: A.A.’s Three Legacies

Obituary for Area Chair Dave L.: His memorial will be held this Friday, June 15, 2018, at Yellow Springs First Presbyterian Church, 314 Xenia Avenue, Yellow Springs OH 45387 from 5:30 - 7:30 pm.

Updated Meeting List for Covington, Piqua, Sidney, and Troy (District #21) 937.622.1294 or  

New Meeting at Dayton's New City Church: Beginning this month, a new open discussion meeting is being started at 6:30 p.m. Tuesdays at New City Church, 4800 N. Dixie Drive, Dayton OH. Already at this site is an open discussion meeting at 7 p.m. on Thursdays which needs support. This location is the old stone church near Frederick Pike on N. Dixie Drive.

New Young People's Group, Wednesdays 7:30PM, Cincinnati's Eastside Center

Reminder: All Shades of Belief, Tuesdays 6:45PM, Cincinnati's 405 Oak Street Center!

Getting Involved in A.A. General Service

How to Conduct a Sharing Session [Excerpt from (SMF-111)]

Cincinnati Central Office Needs Volunteers!

A.A. Cincinnati New Website!

YPAA UNITY BOWLING LAST FRIDAY OF EACH MONTH Madison Bowl 4761 Madison Rd. Cincinnati OH 45227 Starts at 9:30 PM $9.00 + shoes for 2 hours of unlimited bowling Kid Friendly! **food and drinks available** "Are you young at heart? Do you have room to grow spiritually?

OYPAA Get involved with the 2018 conference of young people in alcoholics anonymous! The committee needs your support. Meets every other Sunday at 5:30 pm at 4495 Salzman Rd. in Middletown. Please call 937-286-7244 for more info! Get registered for the conference at!

OYPAA Monthly Game Night, Southside Club, Dayton OH

Area 56 Needs YPAA Liaison(s). I hear that the current local entities are CINCYPAA  & OYPAA. Email

Cincinnati Intergroup has added online donation capability at

Cincinnati Intergroup Footsteps Newsletter is Now Online!

Cincinnati Intergroup PI/CPC Committee seeks opportunities to educate people on A.A. like health fairs or schools.

Cincinnati Intergroup TCF Committee Spring Grove Talbert House has a meeting on Tuesdays at 7pm that needs a male chair. We are looking for volunteers to help out with corrections because men and women have been unable to get into facilities. We need people to get together and figure out who to talk to in the sheriff's office to help get people into meetings. If anyone has any contacts or ideas on how to sort this out, please reach out to him. We are having issues with Justice Center mostly.

LGBTQ Tightrope A.A. Group, Sundays 5PM, Promises Club, Newport KY. All Are Welcome!

A.A. Grapevine YouTube Channel:

A.A.W.S. YouTube Channel:

Area 56 Newsletter 'Walking With Purpose' December 2017

Who me? Be a G.S.R? (Area 53 but useful) Area 56 Group Services Chairs Jorjann C. & Polly S.:

The G.S.R. Kit – The Details (Area 53 but useful)

We regret to announce the death of our Past Delegate Handlebar Rick S. of Wapakoneta following complications resulting from heart surgery. Funeral Thursday 09/21/2017.

Our Area 56 Past Delegate, Mark E., is our new East Central Regional Trustee

New Spring 2017 Issue: Area 56 Newsletter Walking With Purpose!

Can't Hear in A.A. Meetings?

Area 56 GSR School Workbook

"Keeping Crosstalk at Bay,' Box 459 Spring 2017 p. 9

On the 12 Concepts: "The Twelve What?" Box 459 Spring 2017 p. 10

New Service Material Available from GSO: MG-16 Accessibility for All Alcoholics and SMF-209 Safety and A.A.: Our Common Welfare.

Area 56 District 19 has been re-lit! This includes Xenia & Yellow Springs: From the intersection of I-675 and US 35, North on I-675 to the Greene-Clark county border, East on the Greene-Clark county border to the Greene -Clark-Madison county border, South on the Greene-Madison/Greene-Fayette county border to US 35, West on US 35 to Bickett Rd., South on Bickett Rd. to Hook Rd., West on Hook Rd. to by-pass US 35, West on by-pass US 35 to US 35, West on US 35 to the start point. Meets 3rd Monday 5:30 PM at ELCA, 287 W. Main St., Xenia OH. Contact Gene L. of Yellow Springs, 937.450.1050

Anonymity Online Excellent service piece with hyperlinks to conference-approved literature.

The Anyone Anywhere Group of Alcoholics Anonymous is an online AA group that meets Tuesdays & Thursdays at 10:30pm Eastern time.  Topic: Anyone Anywhere Group of AA Meeting ID: 973 955 6491 Or iPhone one-tap (US Toll): +14086380968,9739556491# or +16465588656,9739556491# Or Telephone: Dial: +1 408 638 0968 (US Toll) +1 646 558 8656 (US Toll) +61 (0) 2 8015 2088 (Australia Toll) +1 647 558 0588 (Canada Toll) +52 554 161 4288 (Mexico Toll) +64 (0) 9 801 1188 (New Zealand Toll) Enter meeting ID: Meeting ID: 973 955 6491 Other international numbers available:…

New Issue: Area 56 Newsletter Walking With Purpose!

Cincinnati Central Office has moved! The new street address is: 2300 Florence Avenue, Cincinnati OH 45206. New office mailing address is 2245 Gilbert Ave (Suite 304 of the historic Cable House in Walnut Hills), Cincinnati OH 45206. Enter from 2300 Florence Avenue at street level. There is off-street parking if needed. The street level parking on Florence Ave is not metered. There is an elevator. PHOTOS If you are traveling south on Gilbert toward Downtown, turn right onto Florence at the stoplight and go down the hill. Office is on the Left. A map will go up on Intergroup website. Moving date was 10/27/2016. ENTRANCE PHOTO

All Shades of Belief, Tuesdays, 6:45 pm, at 405 Oak St. Center

A.A. Grapevine October 2016 Issue has Stories by Atheist & Agnostic Members!

       We regret to announce that our former Area 56 Officer Mark P. died today, 09/02/2016. Obituary

New Issue: Area 56 Newsletter Walking With Purpose!

Cincinnati Intergroup Home Group Twelve Step Chairperson Registration Form

Cincinnati Intergroup Home Group Twelve Step Volunteers Explanation

Cincinnati Intergroup Home Group Twelve Step Sign Up Form

New Issue: Area 56 Newsletter Walking with Purpose

DCMs/Area Committee Members: Do Not Click on funky emails claiming website problems - these are attempts to steal information.

NEW Area 56 Newsletter Walking With Purpose - First Issue

Baffled by group problems? Want to learn about the Informed Group Conscience?

Need a meeting but can't get out? Are you ill, healing from surgery, homebound, hospitalized and unable to get out? Mobile Meetings can help! If you would like a mobile meeting or if you know someone who would, please call Dayton Central Office at 937.222.2211. In Cincinnati call 513.351.0422. 03/06/2013