At present we are able to list some 340 A. A. meetings (100 Spanish-speaking) in San Mateo County, held in the 20 cities and towns shown below.
Where possible, we try to bring together nearby meetings on a single page, with the information as complete as possible for each meeting. We hope this will both cut down on the need to jump from page to page, and give a broader view of what is available, beyond our own groups, neighborhoods and towns.
Since even by our standards 340 meetings are too unwieldy for a single page, we have divided the county into 3 areas, each with about 100 meetings each week – north, central and south San Mateo County. For this purpose, the central/south dividing line is between San Mateo and San Carlos/Redwood City.
Also, while the Spanish-speaking meetings are listed with the towns and areas in which they are held, we also have a separate page that brings together the Spanish-speaking meetings of the county as a whole.
The index below will first take our visitors to one of these area-wide lists. At the same time, for those who find it useful, we do have individual pages for towns that hold (roughly) two meetings or more every day. Those towns are marked here with an asterisk.
As with all we do in A. A., we rely on each other for meeting information. Where questions seem especially important to clear up, we have added a little pop-up note (Help!) to alert our viewers and ask for your assistance.
Please let us know – email@example.com – of any corrections, additions, subtractions and suggestions you may have – so that, together, we can let those who need us know where to find us.
This online listing of A. A. meetings in the Sacramento County area is put together from many sources, including local and central office meeting directories, the listings of local clubs, and direct information from the groups and members involved.
It is offered as a free service to those who can use it. It is unaffiliated with any official bodies – or with any organization at all, for that matter.
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— A.A. Grapevine. Reprinted by permission.