Alano Club of Rockford – NA Schedule

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Narcotics Anonymous

Narcotics Anonymous


No longer meeting at this location

NA Hands


Disclaimer:

NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS IS NOT AFFILIATED WITH THE
ALANO CLUB OF ROCKFORD IN ANY WAY. NO ENDORSEMENT EXISTS, AND NONE SHOULD BE IMPLIED NOR
INFERRED FROM THE RENTAL OF THE FACILITIES.


For many other Rockford area Narcotics Anonymous meetings and locations
call:
Narcotics Anonymous Helpline:
815-964-5959

Click here for NA World
Services Website


Click here for Rock River Group Services Website

Click here for Nar-Anon
Family Groups Website

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CoDA Meeting Schedule

Sensible Living thru 12 Steps Meeting Schedule
Meeting Types Explained
 

Alano Club of Rockford – Alateen Schedule

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Alateen


Alateen and Alatot Meeting Schedule:

None scheduled at this time……..
Please contact AL-Anon for more information…..


Disclaimer:

ALATEEN / ALATOT IS NOT AFFILIATED WITH THE
ALANO CLUB OF ROCKFORD IN ANY WAY. NO ENDORSEMENT EXISTS, AND NONE SHOULD BE IMPLIED NOR
INFERRED FROM THE RENTAL OF THE FACILITIES.


For other Rockford area ALATEEN or ALATOT meetings and locations call:

AL-Anon Answering Service: 815-399-0456

Click here for
AL-Anon’s World Wide Website

For Immediate HELP Hair Folicle Drug Test Alchoholics Anonymous Meeting Schedule Alanon Meeting Schedule Alateen and Alatot Meeting Schedule Cocaine Anonymous Meeting Schedule Narcotics Anonymous Meeting Schedule
Adult Children of Alcoholics Meeting Schedule


CoDA Meeting Schedule

Sensible Living thru 12 Steps Meeting Schedule
Meeting Types Explained
 

Alano Club of Rockford – Nar-Anon Schedule

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Miracles Happen
Nar-Anon Family Group


Meeting Schedule:

Tuesday 7:00 PM

Thursday 7:00 PM


Disclaimer:

NAR-ANON IS NOT AFFILIATED WITH THE ALANO CLUB OF
ROCKFORD IN ANY WAY. NO ENDORSEMENT EXISTS, AND NONE SHOULD BE IMPLIED NOR INFERRED FROM
THE RENTAL OF THE FACILITIES.


For Rockford area Narcotics Anonymous meetings and locations
call:
Narcotics Anonymous Helpline:
815-964-5959

Click here for NA World
Services Website


Click here for Rock River Group Services Website

Click here for Nar-Anon
Family Groups Website

For Immediate HELP Hair Folicle Drug Test Alchoholics Anonymous Meeting Schedule Alanon Meeting Schedule Alateen and Alatot Meeting Schedule Cocaine Anonymous Meeting Schedule Narcotics Anonymous Meeting Schedule
Adult Children of Alcoholics Meeting Schedule


CoDA Meeting Schedule

Sensible Living thru 12 Steps Meeting Schedule
Meeting Types Explained
 

Alano Club of Rockford – AA Schedule

There's no place like Home

Central Group,
New Beginnings and Over 50’s Group of

Learn about AA’s
founder

Rockford Intergroup AA
schedule HERE


Meeting
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Sunday 10:00 AM (open format)

Monday 7:00 PM (closed format)

Tuesday 7:00 PM (closed format)

Wednesday Noon (open format, Over 50’s Group)

Thursday 7:00 PM (closed format)

Friday 8:00 PM (closed format)

Saturday 10:00 AM (closed format)
Speaker Meeting every 2nd Saturday
6:30 PM
(open format)


New Beginnings AA Group

Every Day at 5:30 PM
(upstairs)


Disclaimer:

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS IS NOT AFFILIATED WITH THE
ALANO CLUB OF ROCKFORD IN ANY WAY. NO ENDORSEMENT EXISTS, AND NONE SHOULD BE IMPLIED NOR
INFERRED FROM THE RENTAL OF THE FACILITIES.


For many other Rockford area Alcoholics Anonymous meetings and locations
call:
Alcoholics Anonymous Helpline:
815-968-0333


Or visit our
area (Dist. 70) Website

Click here for AA World
Services Website

Or here for Northern
Illinois Area 20 AA Website



Additional Alcohol / Addiction Resources

 

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Adult Children of Alcoholics Meeting Schedule

Alano Club of Rockford – EA Schedule

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Sensible Living


Meeting Schedule:

Monday 7:00 PM

Tuesday 7:00 PM

Thursday

7:00 PM

Friday 7:00 PM

All Sensible Meetings
are Open Meetings
All Fellowships Warmly Welcomed


Disclaimer:

SENSIBLE LIVING IS NOT AFFILIATED WITH THE
ALANO CLUB OF ROCKFORD IN ANY WAY. NO ENDORSEMENT EXISTS, AND NONE SHOULD BE IMPLIED NOR
INFERRED FROM THE RENTAL OF THE FACILITIES.


For Immediate HELP Hair Folicle Drug Test Alchoholics Anonymous Meeting Schedule Alanon Meeting Schedule Alateen and Alatot Meeting Schedule Cocaine Anonymous Meeting Schedule Narcotics Anonymous Meeting Schedule
Adult Children of Alcoholics Meeting Schedule


CoDA Meeting Schedule

Sensible Living thru 12 Steps Meeting Schedule
Meeting Types Explained
 

Bill Wilson

Bill Wilson 1895 – 1971

From the rubble of a wasted life, he overcame alcoholism
and founded the 12-step program that has helped millions of others do the same.

(Note: Refresh your screen to hear his words again.)

BORN Nov. 26, 1895, in East
Dorset, Vt.

1918 Marries Lois Burnham. In 1951
she founds Al-Anon for families of alcoholics

1933 First of four
hospitalizations for alcoholism

1934 Takes his last drink

1935 Persuades Dr. Robert Smith
to stay sober with him. This is the first A.A. meeting

1938 Forms the Alcoholics
Foundation

1939 Publishes the book
“Alcoholics Anonymous,” which includes the 12 steps

1953 Publishes “Twelve Steps
and Twelve Traditions,” outlining a structure for A.A.

DIED Jan. 24, 1971, of pneumonia, in Miami See Bill’s Obituary Here

 

Dr. Bob Smith and Bill Wilson

 

Meeting Schedules

Meeting Descriptions:
(Note: Other geographical areas may have
different names
or descriptions for the meetings listed below)


OPEN meetings are for persons
who may have a problem with the substance / behavior discussed,
also for friends and family and for those seeking understanding.
Basically, open to anyone, addicted or not addicted.

CLOSED meetings are for persons
who may or do have a problem with the substance / behavior
discussed. Basically, closed to observers and is reserved for
those who share the addiction discussed.

DISCUSSION meetings allow
members to select the topic for discussion for that meeting.
Unless otherwise specified, all meetings are discussion meetings.
May be Open or Closed.

BEGINNER meetings typically
concentrate on the first 3 Steps. May be Open or Closed, not only
for beginners. (see 1st step meetings)

SPEAKER meetings are almost
always Open meetings where a selected person shares their
experience, strength and hope with the group and is allowed the
entire session.

1st STEP meetings occur when a
person who may have a substance abuse / alcohol / behavioral
problem attends a meeting for the first time any time, anywhere.
This meeting allows the group to tell a little about how it was,
what happened, and what it’s like now. Usually this meeting
instills hope in the person and reveals a common bond with those
in the group. Newcomers are allowed at Closed meetings. Speaker
meetings are not allowed to become 1st Step meetings, however,
most others are, because we can only keep what we have by giving
it away.

MEN’S meetings are reserved for
men only. May be Open or Closed.

WOMEN’S meetings are reserved
for women only. May be Open or Closed.

PODIUM meetings are where the
group is too large for a typical discussion meeting and each
member is asked to speak from a podium so all can hear when they
choose to speak. May be Open or Closed.

BIG BOOK STUDY meetings follow a
format of reading from and discussion of the “Big Book”
of Alcoholics Anonymous.

BASIC TEXT STUDY meetings follow
a format of reading from and discussion of the “Basic
Text” of Narcotics Anonymous.

12 x 12 meetings follow a format
of reading from and discussion of the “12 Steps and 12
Traditions” of Alcoholics Anonymous.

LITERATURE STUDY meetings follow
a format of reading from and discussion of any selected
literature.

TRADITION STUDY meetings discuss
the 12 traditions.

TOPIC meetings are when a
pre-selected topic is discussed by the lead speaker for some
length of time followed by open sharing by the group members.

FISHBOWL meetings are when a
bowl is filled with cards or pieces of paper with topics written
on each. They may contain the 12 Steps, the 12 Traditions, or any
other suitable topic. The topic for the meeting is then selected
from the “Fishbowl”.

FIVE AND DIME meetings discuss
the 5th and 10th Steps and how they affect our life today and as
an opportunity to keep our side of the street clean.

BUSINESS meetings are required
regularly to settle the business dealings of the group.

BOARD meetings are for the
business dealings of the Board of Directors of The Alano Club of
Rockford.

COMMITTEE meetings are like
business meetings where the committee members review the progress
of the committee’s objective and assign tasks to be accomplished.