Meetings in Acadiana

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Open? Closed?  What’s the Difference?


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There is  Solution – Tuesday Change
There is a Solution will be changing the location of their Tuesday night meeting, beginning August 1, 2017.
New Location is St. Patrick Church Hall — 107 Petro St./Guidry St.
(directly across the street from St. Patrick Church (406 E. Pinhook)
(same location as Sun-Up)

Design for Living – No Smoking
The facility is enforcing a No Smoking rule — effective immediately — anywhere on the property, including the parking lot, as well as the sidewalk and driveway along Johnston St.. Please respect these restrictions.

Special Needs – District 13C
The special needs committee of District 13 C is committed to ensuring all AA members have access to AA meetings. Efforts include a nursing home meeting and meetings for the home-bound. If you are available for this type of service work or if you or someone you know needs help accessing a meeting please contact Jeanie B at 337-298-6880.

Hub City Group
Wednesday, 8 pm:  It is extremely important to note that there is now no smoking allowed ANYWHERE on Church property at St. Barnabas Church. This includes the parking lot, as well as in one’s vehicle.

Keys to the Kingdom – Updated info
Meeting in Scott – updated info on the flyer available here. 7 pm meetings on Tue., Thur. & Sat.

Policy Change at St. Barnabas
Especially for folks attending Hub City: St. Barnabas is now a smoke free campus.


The two most common kinds of A.A. meetings are:

Open Meetings

 As the term suggests, meetings of this type are open to alcoholics and their families and to anyone interested in solving a personal drinking problem or helping someone else to solve such a problem. During the meeting there is usually a period for local A.A. announcements, and a treasurer passes the hat to defray costs of the meeting hall, literature, and incidental expenses. The meeting adjourns, often followed by informal visiting over coffee or other light refreshments. Guests at A.A. open meetings are reminded that any opinions or interpretations they may hear are solely those of the speaker involved. All members are free to interpret the recovery program in their own terms, but none can speak for the local group or for A.A. as a whole.  Visitors (non-alcoholics) are welcome to observe, but are not invited to participate.

Closed Meetings

These meetings are limited to alcoholics. They provide an opportunity for members to share with one another on problems related to drinking patterns and attempts to achieve stable sobriety. They also permit detailed discussion of various elements in the recovery program.

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Alcoholics Anonymous® in the Acadiana area