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WELCOME TO
A.A. NATCHITOCHES DISTRICT 6

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WEEKLY MEETING SCHEDULE

District 6

MANY 

Monday 6pm at 580 Main St. *Open

Wednesday 6pm at 580 Main St. *Open 

Friday 6pm at 580 Main St. *Open 

NATCHEZ
Wednesday 6:00pm at 3659 Old River Road (St. Anne Catholic Church ) *Open

NATCHITOCHES

Monday 7pm at 220 Amulet St. *Open

Tuesday 7pm at 220 Amulet St. *Open

Wednesday 12:15pm (call hotline to verify) at 450 2nd St. - The Book Club  *Open

Thursday 7pm at 220 Amulet St. *Open 

Friday 7pm at 220 Amulet St. *Open

Saturday 10am at 220 Amulet St. *Closed

Saturday 7pm at 220 Amulet St. *Open

Sunday 2pm at 212 Medical Dr. *Open

Sunday 7pm at 212 Medical Dr. *Open

* Open meetings are open to anyone, including family or friends of an alcoholic.
  Closed meetings are open to alcoholics or people with a drinking problem.



District 6 Monthly General Service Meeting
 

Group Conscience Meetings:
Natchitoches’ Truth or Consequences Group – Last Monday 6:30
Many Harbour Group – First Monday



Sobriety Anniversaries:
Natchitoches’ Truth or Consequences Group – Last Tuesday  6:30 - eat. 7pm‐speakers
Many Harbour Group – Last Wednesday 6pm‐eat 7pm‐speakers.



LOCATION DETAILS:

NATCHITOCHES
220 Amulet Street (Office of First United Methodist Church)
212 Medical Drive (CAD Building)
450 2nd St. (Natchitoches Parish Library)

NATCHEZ
3659 Old River Road

MANY

580 Main Street

District-6: Hours

YOU NEVER HAVE TO BE ALONE

"When anyone, anywhere, reaches out for help, I want the hand of A.A. always to be there. And for that: I am responsible."  - The A.A. Responsibility Pledge

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District-6: About

Have you been ordered to attend AA meetings?
Download our Court Ordered information brochure.

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24-HOUR A.A. HOTLINE

(318) 357-1331

A.A. Information:  aanatchitoches@gmail.com

PURCHASE A.A. APPROVED LITERATURE

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This is the main text for the A.A. program, and is often referred to as "The Big Book."

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This text explains the principles of the A.A. program: the steps for individual recovery and traditions for group unity.

District-6: Services
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