Halton Service Office

Working for you in the Halton AA community

You are no longer alone and we can help!

Halton Service Office Alcoholics Anonymous

The only requirement for AA Membership is a desire to stop drinking **

12 Questions Only You Can Answer

Only you can decide whether you want to give A.A. a try — whether you think it can help you.

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Meeting Directory

Meetings are vital to alcoholics in recovery. Use this resource to find a convenient meeting location. Your anonymity is assured.

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12 Step Program

Thank you for your interest in Alcoholics Anonymous. Click on Learn More (below) to see links to A.A. pamphlets that explain our recovery program and give a general idea of how A.A. works.

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Get the help you need

Contact us to inquire about local meetings, or view our Meeting Directory to join.

Call us at 905-845-5900

Announcements & Events

Flooding at Holy Cross

As an FYI there has been some damage to the basement of Holy Cross church in Burlington.  At this time the meetings held there will continue as scheduled, but will be held upstairs.

Sober Softball on Sundays – Cancelled

*** Cancelled Come on out from 1 – 3pm Sundays at Morden Public School.  On Rebecca, across from the YMCA  Gloves, balls and bats are available for those who don’t have them.  All are welcome!!  Cancelled ***

AA Birthdays

5th tradition

Aug 7 – John 8 yrs
Aug 14 – Shirley 1 yr
Aug 14 – Bruce 3 yrs
Sep 4 – Eric 3yrs

Fellowship Group

Sep 5 – Benelida S. 5 years




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