Las Vegas Central Office for Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)Thank you for visiting the official Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Las Vegas Central Office website. Please do not hesitate to call our 24/7 hotline for help in finding AA meetings in the Las Vegas valley.

We are here to help. AA Hotline (702) 598-1888

If you have visited the Las Vegas AA Central Office website in the past, you might have noticed we have gone through a recent update.  We (webmaster) have been working on this revision for the past six months and the goals were to make the website more mobile and tablet friendly and also make it more visually enhanced through mapping for people to find AA meetings as needed.   Thank you for your patience.
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Please use this form: http://www.lvcentraloffice.org/meetings/submit-meeting-changes/ to submit changes to any AA meetings/groups and please refer to this page for the printed and most current meeting schedule: http://www.lvcentraloffice.org/meetings/printable-schedule/.

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We are physically located at 1431 E. Charleston Blvd, Suite 15. Our office hours are 8-4 Monday through Friday. Visitor and Meeting information email can be addressed to: lvaa-webmail@lvcoxmail.com * Central office administrative emails can be addressed to lvaa@lvcoxmail.com. PLEASE NOTE: the email is not a hotline and it may take up to 48 hours for someone to respond.


This is an open meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous. We are glad you are all here-especially the newcomers. In keeping with our singleness of purpose and our Third Tradition which states that “The only requirement for A.A. membership is a desire to stop drinking, “we ask that all who participate confine their discussion to their problems with alcohol. (The 1987 General Service Conference made this statement available as an A.A. service piece for those groups who wish to use it.)


This is a closed meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous. In support of A.A.’s singleness of purpose, attendance at closed meeting is limited to persons who have a desire to stop drinking. If you think you have a problem with alcohol, you are welcome to attend this meeting. We ask that when discussing our problems, we confine ourselves to those problems as the relate to alcoholism. (The 1987 General Service Conference Made this statement available as an A.A. service piece for those groups who wish to use it.)


Use the drop-down filter mechanism on every page or go to the MEETINGS page. Then, you can sort/filter for the specific area (quadrant), day of the week and/or type of meeting. The resulting list will show Group names. Click on the Group name for more information.


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