District 17 AA Hotline: 800-307-6600
Welcome to Southern Illinois – District 17
District 17, Face > Face Meetings that are currently Open;
Be advised – Masks and Social Distancing are Practiced;
Monday – 7pm – Marion – Twelve & Twelve Study Group
Tuesday – 7pm – West Frankfort – G.O.Y.A. Group
Tuesday – 8pm – Herrin – Little Egypt Group
Thursday – 7pm – Herrin – Little Egypt Satellite Group
Friday – 7pm – Marion – Incommon Group
Saturday – 7pm – Marion – “SOS” Serenity on Saturday Group
District 17 – Known Zoom Meetings
Monday 7pm – Renegades Group
zoom.us meeting – ID # 322 641 5896
Tuesday 5:30pm – Carbondale – Turning Point Group
Meetings @ Site – Masks & Distancing required
Zoom Mtgs. – Call Sally 970-618-0126 for Zoom ID info
Here’s How Group – Meeting Page Link
FYI – Go to Meeting Schedule or Online Meeting Instructions.
Wednesday Wonderer’s Group – Wednesday’s 7:30pm
Closed Men’s Zoom Meeting – zoom.us – ID # 726 089 6022
for Password email Doug B. at – email@example.com or call 618-303-3198
Meeting Topics follows the Steps & Traditions
Thursday 6:00pm – Keep it Simple Sisters Group – Women’s Mtg.
Mtg. ID # – https://meet.google.com/yvg-dujx-krs
Saturday 10am – Murphysboro Group – Murphysboro
Zoom Meeting – ID # 726 089 6022 – Closed AA Mtg.
Call Doug at 618-303-3198 for Password
FYI…Grapevine Library of all 2020 Articles is open to Free Viewing, due to the Virus.
FYI…Please check meeting listings closely, most Mtgs. have been temporally CLOSED due to the Virus.
All District 17, Face > Face Meetings are currently Closed
Please look for a listed virtual Meeting
If you’re looking for information about Alcoholics Anonymous in our part of the world, then you’ve come to the right place. We have meeting information for the Carbondale-Marion area, as well as many smaller communities around us. We will also be adding meetings from adjacent districts which do not have websites yet.
Here’s a link to Southern Illinois Area 21 which lists websites for all the districts in the southern half of our state.
We’ve also listed many of the related events and even A.A.-related websites for your convenience. If you’re new to A.A., or just passing through, our sincere desire is to extend the hand of A.A. friendship to you. And, above all, we hope that you will find the same wonderful experience, strength and hope that we’ve enjoyed in the Alcoholics Anonymous as we help each other stay sober—one day at a time!
What is A.A.?
“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 stober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.”
Reprinted with permission from the A.A. Grapevine, Inc.