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All meetings that are held in institutions such as hospitals and churches may still be closed or suspended services due to COVID-19 (Coronavirus).
This information is also reflected in the Meeting Guide on this site and the app.
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
Once a Meeting 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)
Masks are required at this time City of Racine Ordinance Sec. 54-35
The RACO bookstore is open for Literature Sales
- 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
The Racine Area Central Office helps provide resources for recovery from alcoholism to the community
Please check with your local clubs’ website or Facebook page for up to date information regarding their status
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- What are the Twelve Steps of A.A
In our meeting guide, you can find
a complete list of Alcoholic Anonymous meeting locations & details for each of the meetings in the 4 Districts we serve. . including AA Racine, AA Kenosha, and AA Walworth County.
The page in the Find A Meeting button lets you search by Day, City, Time, District and Type.
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
“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