Welcome to Kingman AA in Area 3

Glad to have you visit. For area information, service meetings, and highlights of area activities scroll down. You can download a meeting scheduale from the menu on the right, and to contact us, fill out the form at the bottom of the page.

Did you know about service work?

Kingman Intergroup does more than just put on events and picnics.

(Founder’s Day Picnic, July 4th Potluck, Halloween Bash, Thanksgiving & Christmas Feasts, Alcathons on Christmas & New Year)
  • Intergroup purchases literature for groups at cost.
  • Intergroup sponsors the H&I Program (Hospitals & Institutions)
  • Intergroup operates the AA Hotline: (855) 727-7486
  • Intergroup facilitated the creation of “virtual” phone meetings during the Covid Pandemic. (what started as 2-3 meetings a week has grown to 9 meetings a week!!)
  • Intergroup maintains and updates Kingman’s only AA website: KingmanAA.org
  • Intergroup updates and prints all those local meeting directories handed out to newcomers
  • Intergroup makes sure those meeting directories are distributed to the Kingman community (Sheriffs & Police Department, KRMC, Cornerstone Mission & others)
A lot of stuff that we all take for granted is handled by Intergroup volunteers. We invite you to “become part of” not just “the recipient of."

Reflections

Doing the right thing

Area Information

Below is the Kingman and surrounding area meeting list and contact information. We also include local agencies that may help alcoholics because we believe in cooperating with any organization or professional that will help the still suffering alcoholic.

"More and more, we regard all who labor in the total field of alcoholism as our companions on a march from darkness into light. We see that we can accomplish together what we could never accomplish in separation and in rivalry." ~Bill W. Grapevine reprint (P-34 - Let's Be Friendly With Our Friends)
Putting contact information here does not in any way mean that we endorse that agency, only that we practice the "Let's be friendly with our friends" principle as given to us by Bill W.

  • KINGMAN MEETINGS
    In addition to face to face meetings, Kingman also offers phone and remote meetings. Click below for our list in PDF format.
  • PHONE MEETINGS PAGE
    Our phone meetings have proved very popular so will continue. Please visit our phone meeting page for access and schedule. Click below for our
  • NORTHERN LIGHTS MEETING HALL
    Meetings begin at 9 in the morning and continue to the evening hours. Usually there is someone there between meetings, but not always.
    2170 E. Northern Ave
    Kingman, Arizona
  • RIVER CITY CENTRAL OFFICE
    603 Marina Blvd, Bullhead City, AZ 86442
    Call 928-763-4499

Service Meetings

Service (12th Step Work) is the cornerstone of our recovery. We invite you to choose from the options below to contribute to carrying the message for the still suffering alcoholic. Your experience, strength, and hope is needed and appreciated.

  • Intergroup/Central Office
    Presently, Intergroup is taking care of the functions of a Central Office. Kingman Intergroup meets the 2nd Wednesday of the month at 7pm following the 5:30 meeting at Northern Lights Meeting Hall.
    For Intergroup info, literature, & inquiries contact our Secretary, Betsy:
    (702) 540-7576
    Email: mzeefh13@gmail.com
  • Steering Committee
    The Steering committee meets the 1st Wednesday of each month @ 7pm after the 5:30 meeting. Location: 2170 Northern Avenue, Suite A
  • GEO Prison Meeting
    Meetings are being held the FIRST SATURDAY of each month at 9:00 AM.
    Prior clearance is required to attend. This process may take a long time!
    Contact the Prison HR (928) 565-2460. AA liaison is Ken (928) 757-1895

    NOTE: Mohave County Jail-Men
    Suspended due to employee shortage at the jail.
  • GSR Meeting District 09-901, SUSPENDED.
    GSR Sub-district Meetings are suspended until a DCM can be found. Let’s get our group representation back! Is it your turn to serve? We are currently in need of a DCM! Please contact Dennis W. @775-934-0142 for more information and getting our representation going again.

Fellowship Highlights

Come join us as we trudge the road of happy destiny.

Roundup flyer

HUALAPAI MOUNTAIN ROUND UP 2024

PLEASE ATTEND THE PLANNING MEETING & FIND OUT HOW YOU CAN BE OF SERVICE.
 

Women's

WISH Retreat

28th Women In Spiritual Healing Retreat
October 11-13, 2024, Hualapai Mountain Park - Kingman, AZ
NOTE: Membership in a 12-Step Program is Required
Lodging is Limited! Cabins are first come first serve basis. Price is based on double occupancy $275 each. Single occupancy is $350.
Contact Debra (928) 542-9044 for more information.  

3 new meetings! Yea

Three New Meetings, Yea!

Mondays 5:30 PM
Big Book Study
St. John’s United Methodist Church
1730 Kino Ave., Kingman, AZ 86409

Thursdays 6:00 PM
Open AA Meeting
Music Mountain Bible Chapel
12476 Byers St., Truxton, AZ 86434
Contact: Chris H. (425) 616-7800

Sundays 7:00 AM
Biker’s Big Book Study*
Northern Lights
2170 Northern Ave., Kingman, AZ 86409
*Motorcycle riders can plan to ride after the meeting but ALL MEMBERS ARE WELCOME!

Did you know

DID YOU KNOW?

Meetings closing, low attendence

TWO HOSPITAL MEETINGS ARE NOW DISBANDED

DUE TO LACK OF ATTENDANCE. It happens and we are sorry to see them go, but others are opening. When one door closes, another always opens. These are the meetings we are losing:
MONDAY BIG BOOK STUDY AT 3:00 PM
SATURDAY DISCUSSION GROUP AT 7:00 PM
You may want to download a new meeting guide.