Alcoholics Anonymous Oregon Area 58

Official website



A.A. Information and Service for Oregon:

On this Site:

New to AA, or just curious? If you are concerned about your drinking, we sincerely hope that you will get in touch with A.A. Find an AA meeting in Oregon.

Recently Added:

May 2015 Assembly Online Registration (3/15)
May 2015 Assembly Agendas (4/15)
May 2015 Assembly Host Homes (4/15)
May 2015 Assembly Flyer (11/14)
May 2015 Assembly Registration Form (2/15)
Mayo 2015 Asamblea Registro Formulario en Español (2/15)
September 2015 Lodging Flyer (4/15)
Septiembre 2015 Area de Oregon 58 Asamblea Informacion Alojamiento (4/15)
Spring 2015 Newsletter (3/15)
GSR School Workbook (11/14)
GSR School Workbook en Español (11/14
New Service Opportunities (9/14)
Delegate Page Updates Updated (9/14)
2013 inventory Results (Updated 11/13)
Assembly Planning (Updated 11/13)
Form for Writing an AA Group History (11/13)
GSC Reports (12/13)
New Corrections Prerelease form (8/13)
General Service Conference Results
Alcoholics Anonymous Big Book Online
Link to Meetings by Cities/Areas in Oregon
Your Delegate wants to visit you
AA Yellow Sheets Updated (5/14)
Group Name / Number List
Link to All Spanish-Speaking Meetings in Oregon

Motion Writing Template
Fillable Motion Form

Other Regional Area web links
Past Delegate's Page

Troubles reading PDF's?
Get or Update Adobe Reader

This site is maintained by Oregon Area 58, a service organization of A.A. groups throughout Oregon (and a small part of Washington). Read more about Oregon Area 58. Read more about the General Service Office of Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, Inc (GSO).

A.A. Service in Oregon:

Members of A.A. volunteer in a variety of ways to bring hope to those who share our disease. Oregon Area 58 supports service committees that coordinate efforts between group, district, regional, and national levels (How AA is organized). Oregon Area 58 holds quarterly service assemblies throughout the state.

The A.A. Preamble

"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 AA membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions. AA is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy; neither endorses or opposes any causes. Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety."*

* © AA Grapevine, Inc. See About This Site for more info. Any problems or suggestions about this website, please email the webservant.
Upcoming Events: How it Works:

District 21 CPC-PI-TF Workshop
  April 18, 2015
  Hill St. Church of Christ
  1805 Hill St., Albany, Oregon 97322

District 25 & 27 4th and 7th traditions
  April 25, 2015
  Creator Lutheran Church
  13250 SE Sunnyside Rd, Happy Valley,
  Oregon 97015

Oregon Area Quarterly Assembly
  May 15-17, 2015
 at Lane Community College
 located at: 4000 E. 30th Ave
 Eugene, Oregon 97405 

Salem Sober Fest-2015
  May 15-17 2015
 Chemeketa College Bldg. 50
 4071 Winema Pl, Salem, OR 97305

  Register On-Line

  July 31-August 2, 2015
 John Neal Memorial Park 
 Lyons, OR 

5th Annual Coast Range Conference
  August 7-9th, 2015
 Camp Mcgruder in Rockaway Beach, OR  

Oregon Area Quarterly Assembly
  September 18-20, 2015
 at the Blue Mountain Conference Center
 located at: 404 12th St
 la Grande, Oregon 97850 

Portland Area Women's Round-Up
  October 16-17, 2015
 Monarch Hotel & Conference Center
 Clackamas, OR

The 12 Steps - en español
The 12 Traditions - en español
The 12 Concepts
Area Guidelines - en español (Updated 09/2013)
AA Yellow Sheets (Updated 05/14)
GSR Workbook in English (Updated 11/10/14)
GSR School Workbook en Español (Updated 11/10/14)
New Group Change form
Group and GSR change form
District and DCM change form

alcoholics anonymous
Oregon Area 58 Alcoholics Anonymous