Is alcohol affecting your life?

Is alcohol affecting your life?

The information on “Is AA for You?” is designed to help you determine if drinking has affected you, and what you can do about it.

You are no longer alone.  Reach out and talk to us: 1-866-715-0005

Closures and re-openings of District 25 Meetings – updated Sep 23, 2021, 7:30 pm

The Orangeville Big Book Discussion meeting is an online meeting only and no longer an hybrid/in-person meeting

The Georgetown Freedom Group Monday night meeting is now in-person and no longer online.

The Georgetown Noon Meetings are now in-person and the online meetings will continue as separate meetings

The Orangeville Wednesday Night meeting is back in-person at Broadway Church (556 Broadway, Orangeville)

Should you choose to attend in-person meetings, please prepare for new procedures that are in place for everyone’s safety. 

Meetings designated as HYBRID, are both physical and on-line meetings.

If you wish to put your meeting online or perhaps trying to setup a hybrid meeting, remember “you are not alone”  Our district’s sub-committee chairperson of Accessibility & Remote Communities is available to provide assistance.  Contact Brad F at

Our list of physical meetings is kept up-to-date with any temporary closures and changes so check back often to find the status of your regular meetings.   Please notify the web servant  of changes so they may be posted here.

Most importantly, if you have a desire to drink, reach out for help to friends in the fellowship or call the hotliine: 1-866-715-0005.  Phone service is available 24/7 should you need to make contact with another sober member of Alcoholics Anonymous outside of a meeting.