Twelve Step Meetings

If you or someone in your family is struggling with addition, know that you're not alone. Twelve Step programs, programs helping those struggling with addiction, are available at St. Wilfrid's most days of the week. Many of these groups meet rain or shine and on every holiday. Click the tabs below to view the meeting schedules for the AA, Al-Anon, and addiction support groups that meet at St. Wilfrid's.


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  • TIME          GROUP

    12:00pm    Women's AA in Sacquety Hall

    6:00pm     Read and Chat AA in the Youth Center

  • TIME          GROUP

    6:30pm      Sundowners AA in the Youth Center

    7:00pm     Serenity Book Study in Room 11/12

  • TIME          GROUP

    7:30pm      Fireside Al-Anon in the Youth Center

    7:30pm      Al-Anon for Parents in Room 11/12

  • TIME          GROUP

    10:00am    Women's AA in Sacquety Hall

    1:00pm       Al-Anon in Sacquety Hall

    6:30pm      Thursday PM AA in Sacquety Hall

    7:30pm       Al-Anon in the Youth Center

  • TIME          GROUP

    10:00am     Stepsisters AA in Sacquety Hall

    6:00pm      Men in Solutions in Sacquety Hall

    6:30pm       Men's Wanderers in the Youth Center

  • TIME          GROUP

    10:00am     Women's Big Book Study in Room 11/12

    10:30am     Al-Anon in the Youth Center

    7:30pm       Men's and Women's SNL in Room 11/12

Additional Resources

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  • Recovery Ministries of the Episcopal Church

    Recovery Ministries serves as a voice of conscience to Episcopalians throughout the world, building awareness of pastoral and spiritual ministry to those addicted. Their website provides additional resources for those affected by addiction. 

  • Orange County Resources

    The Social Services Agency of Orange County has created a website with many resources available.

  • Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)

    AA is an organization that seeks to provide support, community, and help for those suffering from alcoholism.

  • Al-Anon

    Al-Anon is an organization that seeks to provide help and hope for families and friends of alcoholics.