A.A. Oregon District 15
Welcome to Oregon Alcoholics Anonymous District 15
for Milwaukie, Clackamas, West Linn, Oregon City, Canby, Molalla & surrounding areas
New to AA?
Here's some helpful information:
- A.A. pamphlet "A Newcomer Asks"
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Also see our page "For Newcomers" for more information.
Local meetings are where we learn about the A.A. program by sharing our experience, strength, and hope:
- See the "Upcoming Meetings" list in the left sidebar.
- See the On-Line Local Meeting Schedule for Milwaukie, Clackamas, West Linn, Oregon City, Canby, Molalla & surrounding areas.
- Download a printable Meeting Schedule in PDF format.
To speak with an A.A. member, call the 24-hour Portland AA Hotline: 503-223-8569
(*For Medical Emergencies dial 911*)
Or email us: District 15 Email Contacts
$7.40 on 7/4 Challenge
Donations to GSO have historically fallen short of actual operating costs; in 2017, GSO spent $10,222,650 to support our membership of 1,381,954 - that's $7.40 for each of us.
This challenge is for each member to contribute $7.40 by 7/4, if you can, to cover GSO's expenses. Download the flyer at right to print and take to your groups.
Service Opportunities - Service is the Secret!
Service Opportunities start in the home group:
- Attend your home group business meeting and get connected.
- Become a greeter, a coffee maker, secretary, treasurer.
- Come to a District 15 Business Meeting, held monthly on the first Wednesday at 6:45 PM at Atkinson Memorial Church, 6th & John Adams, Oregon City.
Access Committee Chair
The Access Committee works to ensure that alcoholics with disabilities can attend meetings and receive the A.A. message of recovery. Disability access issues include:
- Mobility (wheelchairs, walkers, power chairs)
- Child care
The District 15 Access Committee coordinates efforts, support, and information with the Area 58 Access Committee.
The Archives Committee accumulates, retains, and protects the records of District 15, including minutes, financial reports, event flyers, etc., as well as group histories, oral histories of District oldtimers and other information related to our local A.A. history.