In response Coronavirus (Covid-19), the state mandate and the health of our fellow alcoholics, the Racine Area Central Office is re-opening Meetings held in our facility with restrictions for health and safety of attendees beginning June 15th.
If you are a Secretary for a meeting held at RACO please click here for Important information regarding obtaining a key
Important Information Regarding Availability of Meetings held at Racine Area Central Office.
Once a Metting is confirmed to be back up and running it will no longer be listed as Temporarily Closed in our Online Meeting Guide. ( and App, links to download the apps are on the main meetings page at the bottom)
Please do not assume that since we have started meetings back up that a meeting you would like to attend is running again without checking our Meeting guide.
We are doing this during the reopening to ensure that no alcoholic that needs a meeting is turned away because a meeting has not started running again.
The RACO bookstore is open for Literature Sales
The AA 24hr Hotline continues to remain active 24/7
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- Online AA Meetings Eastern Kenosha County District 7
- Online AA Meetings Eastern Racine County District 17
- Online AA Meetings Western Racine and Western Kenosha Counties District 36
- Online Al-Anon Meetings Eastern Kenosha County District 7
- Online Al-Anon Meetings Eastern Racine County District 17
- Online Al-Anon Meetings Western Racine and Western Kenosha Counties District 36
District meeting for District 17
May 1oth 2020
1:00 pm on ZOOM https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86042947981
The Racine Area Central Office helps provide resources for recovery from alcoholism to the community
Some meetings that are held in institutions such as hospitals and churches have closed or suspended services due to COVID-19 (Coronavirus).
This information is also reflected in the Meeting Guide on this site and the app.
For meetings that take place in hospitals, and Churches it is safe to assume they are moved or canceled.
MEETINGS THAT ARE CLOSED DUE TO COVID-19 are designated on our meeting page and in the meeting guide app with TEMPORARY CLOSURE.
If there are questions or you want to help keep this information current Please feel free to contact me at Racowebmaster@outlook.com
All meetings at Aurora in Kenosha are temporarily Canceled.
Please check with your local clubs’ website or Facebook page for up to date information regarding their status
The 12 & 12 Club in Burlington is temporarily closed due to Covid-19
Kenosha Alano Club is temporarily closed due to Covid-19
The Benjamin House is Opening on June 1st with Certian Restriciions
The Grove Club is temporarily closed due to Covid-19
The Racine Alano Club is Open with Certain Restricions
Walwroth County Alano Club (W.C.A.C) closed due to Covid-19
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In our meeting guide, you can find
a complete list of Alcoholic Anonymous meeting locations & details for each of the 221 meetings in the 4 Districts we serve. . including AA Racine,AA Kenosha, and AA Walworth County.
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The Racine Area Central office is an accessible building.
Here is a list of locations with wheelchair accessible meetings in the Meeting Guide for AA Kenosha, AA Racine, and AA in Walworthcounty.
We are part of Area 75 Alcoholics Anonymous in Southern Wisconsin
HOW IT WORKS
How It Works Reprinted from pages 58-60 in the book Alcoholics Anonymous. Copyright © by Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, Inc. 1939, 1955, 1976, 2001.
“The tremendous fact for every one of us is that we have discovered a common solution.
We have a way out on which we can absolutely agree, and upon which we can join in brotherly and harmonious action.”
— Alcoholics Anonymous, 4th Edition, page 17