Welcome to
Oregon Area 58

Alcoholics Anonymous

I am….

Seeking Help

A.A. offers a real solution, not just empty words. For over 80 years, A.A. has been guiding alcoholics towards recovery. Our program is grounded in the simple principle of one alcoholic sharing with another. If your drinking has taken control of your life, remember, A.A. is here to extend a helping hand.

An A.A. Member

A.A. members collaborate to aid those still suffering from alcoholism. This mutual support is vital for sobriety. Opportunities for involvement abound, with A.A. groups being the ideal starting point. Joining a group ensures that A.A. is readily available when someone seeks help.

GSR

A General Service Representative (GSR) in A.A. plays a vital role in the service structure. The GSR serves as a liaison between the local A.A. group they represent and the broader A.A. fellowship, helping to ensure that the group’s voice is heard.

A Professional

Professionals working with individuals dealing with alcoholism share a common goal with A.A.: assisting the alcoholic in achieving sobriety. A.A. members are readily accessible to offer A.A. meetings or information upon request.

Post-Conference Presentation

Financial Reports/Budget 

View the Area’s current and historical financial reports and budgets. Click the button below to review.

Tabled Motions & History

Discover the motions that were tabled for discussion within our groups. Access the complete history of motions here.

Upcoming Assemblies

Sept

20-22nd

2024 September Quarterly Assembly

Chinook Winds Casino Resort

1777 NW 44th St, Lincoln City, OR 97367

Nov

15-17th

2024 November Quarterly Assembly

 

Hosted by District 9

Embassy Suites at the PDX Airport

March

14-16th

2025 March Quarterly Assembly

 

Hosted by District 19

Eugene, OR (location TBD)

Oregon Area 58 Events

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About Oregon Area 58

Welcome to the online home of Oregon Area 58, established in 1950. We are a vibrant community of over 18,000 members, dedicated to carrying the message of Alcoholics Anonymous. With a network spanning more than 1,100 A.A. meetings, we provide invaluable support to groups across our region. Covering almost 100,000 square miles, it stretches from the Oregon coast through the Willamette Valley, Columbia River Gorge, Cascade Mountains, and vast high desert, finally revealing lush forests, fertile valleys, and majestic mountain ranges further south. We invite you to explore our fellowship, connect with our community, and find resources to support your journey of recovery. We are here to assist and share the strength and hope of A.A. with you.