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Welcome to Northwest Arkansas Alcoholics Anonymous,
the Home of Arkansas District One Area 4 AA

District 1 AA Hotline

479-878-2730

Click on a City to Find a meeting near you now.
Click here for the Classic meeting list

The next District 1 Business Meeting is
Saturday, August 21st

This meeting will be a HYBRID.

We are meeting in person at The Week That Was Group and on Zoom simultaneously.

Zoom ID 896 4851 9907
Passcode: district1
Click here to Zoom

The Week That Was Group is located at
St. Andrew’s Church – Parish Hall
9th and Oak Streets in Rogers

District 1 Picnic Info

For the full 2021 District and Area Meeting Schedule click here

2021 Area Assembly Date (remaining)

October 2-3rd, 2021
Link to Area Assembly ZOOM
Meeting ID: 931 0896 7121
Passcode: Box459
October 2-3, 2021

The District 1 Book Room

 Open by appointment only
You must come to the bookstore with a mask on, hand sanitizer available. You may schedule an appointment any day.
You can also get literature locally by calling and meeting up with either
Kris S at 479-466-7148 or Diana at 530-321-0763

Located at: 218 Cherry St. Rogers, AR 479-466-7148

Hours
The bookroom will be open by appointment Kris S at 479-466-7148 is the primary contact number. We are asking people to come to the bookstore with a mask on, hand sanitizer is available. You may schedule an appointment any day.

Groups Hosted Special Events

Bridge The Gap in 2021

Click the link above to learn how you can carry the message today.

October 2-3rd 2021
Link to Area Assembly ZOOM
Meeting ID: 931 0896 7121
Passcode: Box459

You will find information regarding the “Springtime in the Ozarks” Convention and the “Old Grandad” Arkansas State Convention.

District 1 has curated some interesting AA history and information and we offer links to AA groups in surrounding states.

Links to other informative AA material can also be found:

The official website for Alcoholics Anonymous®

Alcoholics Anonymous® pamphlets that explain our recovery program and give a general idea of how AA works

Alanon/Alateen, for those whose lives are affected by someone else’s drinking

Bella Vista Bentonville Harrison Gravette West Fork Elkins Prairie Grove Farmington Fayetteville Huntsville Springdale Tontitown Siloam Springs Berryville Eureka Springs Beaver Rogers Avoca Garfield Pea Ridge