Welcome to Alcoholics Anonymous

Serving San Francisco and Marin

Do you think you have a problem with alcohol? Do you want to stop drinking, but find you cannot quit entirely or have little control over the amount you drink?

If you answered yes to either of these questions, there are a number of ways Alcoholics Anonymous can help.

For confidential support, please contact us.
Call our 24-hour help line now …

  • 415-674-1821, San Francisco
  • 415-499-0400, Marin

Or email us at help@aasfmarin.org

Learn more at New to A.A.

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Members: Thank you to all 289 members who completed our Shelter-in-Place Survey. We will compile the results to share with you and to guide us in providing the best service possible. We have scheduled a Town Hall meeting where we will review the information received and offer considerations for going back into physical meeting spaces. 

On May 22, Marin County issued this press release and the San Francisco Department of Public Health, issued a new health order, in coordination with other Bay Area health departments, in an effort to maintain progress on slowing the spread of the coronavirus.

Intergroup | Central Office will continue to support remote (Phone / Online) meetings as best we can.  Please use the Remote Meeting Schedule to access the meeting schedule and subscribe to The Buzz if you’d like to stay informed about what is going on in A.A. at the local level. 

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Keep your Zoom App UpdatedAll users will need to update to the new version by 5/31/2020

If you are new to A.A. or think you have a problem with alcohol please contact us now:
T: 415-674-1821 (SF) 415-499-0400 (Marin)
E: help@aasfmarin.org
Click the blue chat button on the lower right

We have gotten some reports that members are having trouble accessing meetings on Zoom. If this happens to you, one reason could be that your application is not current.  

Zoom has once again made changes to meeting defaults and ALL USERS WILL NEED TO UPDATE THEIR VERSIONS BY 5/31/2020 to use Zoom:

  • Zoom 5.0 allows Participants to click to open links in the chat
  • The update allows meeting Hosts to report disruptive meeting attendees

To install the Zoom release:

On a desktop computer, open Zoom and check for updates. On a mobile device or tablet, update the app as you would with any other (App Store for iOs or Google Play for Android).

Our friends at the New York Intergroup have made updates to their Protection Guide with more information! Thanks for sharing, NYIG!

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