Online Meetings

To talk with an Alcoholic from A.A., call 636-970-0013, 24 hours a day. Meeting location and times are on our “Find a Meeting” page and a printable version of all the meetings in the tricounty region are available here: Printable Meeting Guide. Our goal is to assist in carrying the message, as well as assisting our participating groups in carrying the message to their members.

Don’t see your meeting on our website or in the Meeting Guide app?

Meetings in our database are automatically added every 12 hours to the AAWS Meeting Guide app and in their national database. MeetingGuide 

Be sure to have your meeting IR update or add your meeting info, especially if you are temporarily closed.

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for A.A. membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions. A.A. is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy; neither endorses nor opposes any causes. Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.

The Tri-County Intergroup provides literature and the Alcoholics Anonymous Big Books at reduced rates to all participating Tri-County groups, contact our Literature Chairman for information.

 Covid19 Guidance 

A few other thoughts on suiting up and showing up;
  • Our website has the most current information on meetings in the Tricounty area, check our meeting listing first. The meeting guide app can take up to 12 hours to update with our information. If your meeting is temporarily closed contact our technical rep at 636-970-0013 immediately key in extension 605 to bypass the AA helpline. or, report it on our Meeting Update so it gets properly listed
  • if your sick or recently ill, consider thinking of others and stay home
  • Wash your hands and use hand sanitizer.
  • Traveled to a hotspot, just do an online meeting
  • If your building has closed, ask your hosts if you can have a parking lot meeting. Weather permitting.
  • If your meeting is temporarily closed, report it to the Intergroup so its listed, and have a volunteer stand at the door to inform those folks seeking a meeting.
  • Read your Big Book, back in the day There were not many meetings. Folks broke open their big books and read. Lots of stories and wonderful guidance.
  • Have a small gathering in your home of AA folks.
Other Suggested Guidelines and resources
  • Suggested Guidelines from GSO
  • Starting online meetings using Freeconferencecall.com, Google Hangouts, And Zoom.
  • Take some time and listen to Some of the greatest speaker on Recovery Audio
  • Grapevine is giving free access to all of our 2020 Grapevine and La Viña issues.
  • Events: Check our website’s events page or the Area 38 website to verify if the event your hoping to attend is still a go.
  •  This Months . . . Step, Tradition, & Concept
     
     
    Step 7: “Humbly ask Him to remove your shortcomings.”
       
    Tradition 7: “Every A.A. group ought to be fully self- supporting, declining outside contributions.”
       
    Concept 7: “The Conference recognizes that the Charter and the Bylaws of the General Service Board are legal instruments: that the Trustees are thereby fully em powered to manage and conduct all of the world service affairs of Alcoholics Anonymous. It is further understood that the Conference Charter itself is not a legal document: that it relies instead upon the force of tradition and the power of the A.A. purse for its final effectiveness.”
    Congratulations

    If you have a Birthday for a Group of folks in the intergroup districts, let us know about it by using our submission form, we’d love to add you to the page. Nothing like showing others what is possible, rolling through the years.

    A special Congrats to the following folks with birthdays!!!
    June
    Group 1118
    Paul M. 5 years
    Ken K. 9 years
    Group 4094
    Bill C. 29 years
    May
    Group 5
    Harold M. 30 Years
    Group 4094
    Patrick B. 10 Years
    Ken K. 25 Years
    Group 164
    JR H. 8 years
    Alan B. 16 years
    Kathy B. 28 years
    APRIL
    Group 164
    Bill B. 33 years
    Group 4094
    Steve H. 9 years
    John J. 15 years
    Corey H. 26 years
    Group 632
    Susan L. 33 years
    Diana W. 23 years
    March
    Group 5
    Keith A. 35 years

     

    Intergroup Announcements

    The Tri-County Intergroup Representatives approved revised bylaws and appointed new committee members at our meeting on Sunday 01/19/2020. It was exciting to see so many IR’s present to make these decisions.

    OUR NEW MAILING ADDRESS IS:
    PO BOX 832, O’Fallon, MO 63366

    NEWLY APPOINTED COMMITTEE MEMBERS ARE:
    TREASURER: Laura G. – treasurer@nulltricountyaa.org
    SECRETARY: Perry J. – secretary@nulltricountyaa.org
    TECHNOLOGY – Ron D. – webadmin@nulltricountyaa.org
    12-STEP – Bob M. – 12step@nulltricountyaa.org


    Volunteers are still needed! Volunteers are still needed! Get involved with service. Help us reach those suffering inside and outside of our rooms. You will be surprised how you can change a life. Even with the Chair and Sub-Chairs being filled we have many volunteer positions available. A lot of the Chair positions need volunteers to assist them such as Literature assistants, 12 step phone call volunteers for male and females, and will also need volunteers for activities and they come up. We are all about reaching out the hand of AA, fulfill the promise of a chance for someone else. Contact your Intergroup Representative (IR) at your home group for more information and/or come to our monthly meeting every Third Sunday of the month 12:00 P.M. at the campus office. All members are welcome.

    Tricounty Intergroup Membership Meetings The Tricounty general membership meetings for secretaries/IR of all member groups and the public at large will be every third Sunday of the month at 12pm. It is suggested that all GSRs attended, that is suggested in the way the steps are “a suggested program of recovery”. Meetings going to Meetings! The meeting is held at the Intergroup office located at 2021 Campus Dr. St. Charles, MO 63301.

    Area District Meetings

    District 14 meetings for GSRs District 14 meetings for GSR (Group service representative) of all member groups is held on the last Thursday of every month. Room 105 907 Jungermann Rd, Saint Charles, MO, 63304.

    District 19 meetings for GSRs District 19 meetings for GSRs (Group service representative) of all member groups is held on the first Thursday of every month. Back room of the 212 Club 204 W Pitman st. O’Fallon, mo 63366.

    District 20 meetings for GSRs District 20 meetings for GSRs (Group service representative) of all member groups are the 1st Monday of each month 7pm @ Lincoln County Council On Aging @ 1380 Boone St., Troy, MO.

    The thoughts and ideas expressed in this website are those of the Steering Committee and member groups and not necessarily those of AA as a whole. For more information visit Alcoholics Anonymous home website. For the history and information on the Intergroup itself visit our history section. Our website is maintained by the Tri-County Intergroup Office for Districts 14, 19, and 20. This ‘AA intergroup’ serves groups in St. Charles, Lincoln and Warren counties in Missouri. All of the files contained in this website are in PDF (portable document file) or html format. To view and print PDF documents, you will need to get Adobe Acrobat Reader, if it is not installed in your browser.