Alcoholics Anonymous
District 12, Area 43 New Hampshire
PO Box 3814
Manchester, NH 03105

Bedford | Goffstown | Hooksett | Manchester | New Boston

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NHAA Hotline: 1-800-593-3330

District 12 AA Meetings Lists

  District Publications, Notices, and Other Links of Interest to AAs

District Committees

  District Assembly Material

New to sobriety and not sure where to start? Newly released from treatment or an institution and need help connecting with AA on the outside?  If you would like a temporary contact who can take you to a few meetings, introduce you to other AA's and get you started in the program, go here and fill out the temporary contact request.

If you are an AA who is interested in serving as a temporary contact, or who wants to volunteer for the NHAA Hotline, go here and submit this form.

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Looking for ways to Give Back? Considering Service?  Wondering what to expect?  Wondering How it Works?  Take a look and see what your fellow alcoholics have found in their service experience.


Group Announcements
Note: The North End Group has found a new home!  Starting on July 6, the North End Group will be meeting at the Tirrell House, 15 Brook St, Manchester.  The group will meet from 10:00 AM to 11:15 AM.  Enter through the rear basement door.

The Courage To Change Group, which meets at the VA Hospital in Manchester on Saturday evenings will be changing their meeting time.  Starting on April 5, the group's meeting will start at 8:00PM.  The group is now meeting in the Hospital's Primary Care Waiting Room.  Enter at the main entrance, turn left and follow the signs to Primary Care.

The Women's Willows meeting has changed its meeting location to downstairs in the Families in Transition Building at 161 South Beech St in Manchester.  The group meets on Saturdays from 3-4PM.

The Manchester Original Group, wil not be meeting on Tuesday, August 5th.  The group normally meets on Tuesday evenings from 7:15 to 8:30 at Brookside Church, 2013 Elm St, Manchester.

The Manchester Original Group will be celebrating their 68th Anniversary on Tuesday, August 19 from 6:00PM to 8:30PM. A spaghetti supper will be held form 6PM to 7PM followed by the anniversary meeting including raffles, soriety countdown and guest speakers.  Click here to download a flyer for your announcement table.

Groups that are currently looking for support
  • The Courage To Change Group which meets on Saturday evening at the VA Hospital.
  • The Women's Daytime Group, which meets on Fridays from 12:30 to 1:30PM at Gethsemane Lutheran Church is looking for support.
  • The Queen City Group, which meets on Friday nights from 8-9:15PM at the First Congregational Church on the corner of Hanover and Union Streets in Manchester is looking for support.  This is one of Manchester's longest running groups.

District Announcements

The next District Assembly meeting will be held on June 15th, 6:00 PM at St. Raphael's Church on Ferry St in Manchester.

The Alcathon Committee is looking for volunteers.  Please help to make this important event a sucess.  Click here to download a recruitment flyer for your announcement table (and volunteer yourself).

Check out the Activities page for the latest information on workshops, dances and social activities that are sponsored by District 12.

A reminder to GSRs.
  One of your responsiblities is to represent your group's concience at Area Assemblies.  These are held four times each year, in March, May, August and November.  For exact dates and location details, check the Area 43 Event Calendar.

Click here to download a draft of the 2014 General Services Conference agenda.

Would you like to automatically include District 12 Events into your personal calendar?  See the same events that are posted on the District Event calendar inserted into your personal electronic calendar without having to browse to this website.  The instructions are here and on the Technology Committee page.

The Bridging the Gap program assists alcoholics who are newly released from institutions to get a solid start in AA on the outside.  If you are interested in volunteering as a temporary contact, or know someone who can benefit from this program, check out the information on the Treatment Committee's page.  Help us to enlist others in service.  Print out a copy of this flyer from the District Search committee and put it on your group's literature table.

Announcing the D12 Buzzz!!!

The District 12 Technology committee has an email newsletter called the D12 Buzzz.  Stay up to date with what's going on in the district, from District Assembly activities to group anniversaries, it's all there.   Click here to sign up for the Buzzz .

Site Last Updated - 19-Jul-2014

  • 19-Jul - Posted information for the Annual Round-Up and Fall Dinner/Dance on the Activities page.
  • 16-Jul - Posted June Minutes.
  • 15-Jul - Posted July Agenda.
  • 07-Jul - Updated Announcements.
  • 12-Jun - Posted May Assembly Minutes and June Agenda.
  • 8-Jun - Updated Announcements.
  • 12-May - Posted the May Assembly Agenda.
  • 09-May - Posted the April Assembly Minutes.
  • 30-Apr - Updated Announcements.  Posted information on the 2014 Summer Outing.
  • 28-Apr - Updated Announcements.  Posted Alcathon Recruitment Flier.
  • 4-Apr - Updated Announcements.  Posted Minutes for March Assembly meeting.
  • 21-Apr - Posted Agenda for April Assembly meeting.
  • 17-Apr - Updated Announcements.  Added a page for the Alcathon Committee.  Added page for Local Committee Members and posted a PDF file containing their assigned groups.
  • 30-Mar - Restructured the home page.  Changes to the Treatment page.  Added forms to submit requests for a temporary contact and to volunteer to be a contact.

  • 19-Mar - Posted the Spring Dinner and Dance information.
  • 19-Mar - Posted the Bill Wilson House Trip information.

  • NHAA District 12 Website

    Statement of Purpose

    The District 12, Area 43 Website of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) will be the voice for District 12 on the public internet. Its editors and staff will be accountable to District 12 as a whole. There will be one central purpose: The website will try to carry the A.A. message to alcoholics and practice the A.A. principles in all its affairs.

    We will observe all of A.A.’s Principles and Traditions on our website. We will practice anonymity on the website at all times and we will ensure that we use the same safeguards that we use at the level of press, radio and film. *

    * Tradition 11 - "Our public relations policy is based on attraction rather than promotion; we need always maintain personal anonymity at the level of press, radio, and films.

    * Tradition 12 - "Anonymity is the spiritual foundation of all our Traditions, ever reminding us to place principles before personalities.


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