ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.

    The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for A.A. membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions. A.A. is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy; neither endorses nor opposes any causes. Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.

    -- Copyright A.A. Grapevine, Inc. Reprinted with permission.

  • Hablamos EspaÑol

    Oficina Intergrupal Hispana


  • Albuquerque Intergroup Districts Served

    Albuquerque Intergroup serves A.A. in the greater Albuquerque area. Learn more about what we do on the Contact Us page.
    District 3
    District 11
    District 12
    District 13
    District 18 map

    Which district are you in? View the Albuquerque District Map to find out.

    See a list of Intergroup and district business meetings

  • Abq Intergroup Meetings

    Central Office encourages all Albuquerque area A.A. groups to elect an Intergroup Representative. Join us at the next Intergroup meeting, held the second Sunday of every month. Contact any member of the Steering Committee with questions.

    Next Intergroup meeting:
    Nov. 11, 2018
    2:00 pm

    The Intergroup meets at Brownbaggers
    3939 San Pedro, Building F, Suite A, Albuquerque
    Near the corner Hendrix and Woodford Drive

    Click here for the May 2018 Intergroup Meeting Minutes

    Click here for the June 2018 Intergroup Meeting Minutes

    Click here for the July 2018 Intergroup Meeting Minutes

    Click here for the August 2018 Intergroup Meeting Minutes

    Click here for the September 2018 Intergroup Meeting Minutes

  • We need desk workers for 12-step & substitute positions at Central Office.

    For more details and for information on other service positions, see our Service Work page.

    Central Office now accepts debit & credit cards: Visa, Master Card, and Discover. Stop by for all your AA literature needs.

    Albuquerque Central Office
    1921 Alvarado Drive, Albuquerque
    Central Office Building

  • Navajo Big Book

    Navajo Big Book Replacement CDs Are Here!
    If you have a Navajo Big Book that was purchased before September 2018, Bring in Disc 12 for a FREE Replacement.

    Where to exchange your Disc 12 A Vision for You

    1) Any Area 46 Assembly or the Area 46 Convention (see Dave L. at the Literature display)

    2) Albuquerque Central Office, 1921 Alvarado Dr. NE, Albuquerque, NM

    3) District 9 business meetings, or contact the D-9 DCM, Jerry F.

    See the flyer in B&W

    See the flyer in color


  • Call for stories

    Call for stories-Pamphlet for Spanish-speaking Women Alcoholics
    Please encourage Spanish-speaking women members in your area to write their personal stories for possible inclusion in this new pamphlet. Submissions can be emailed to with "Spanish-speaking women in A.A." in the subject line of the message. Alternatively, submissions can be mailed to: Literature Coordinator, General Service Office, Box 459, Grand Central Station, New York, NY 10163.

    The deadline for submissions is November 19, 2018.

    See the letter from GSO, NY


  • pass it on newsletter

    Intergroup's newsletter, Pass It On, would like your contribution in the form of an article or story about any recovery-related topic. Here are some questions to get your ideas going:

    • How is Albuquerque AA similar or different than AA in other areas of the country or the world?

    • Where did you get sober? How does geography affect your sobriety?

    • How did you choose your home group? What makes you keep coming back?

    • Do you have memorable experiences from attending AA functions (e.g., workshops, potlucks, dances, special speaker meetings)?

    • How has your sponsor helped you stay sober? How has sponsorship contributed to your sobriety?

    Submit your articles to the Pass It On Editor at

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    Sign up to receive the monthly Pass It On newsletter via email.

    Read the latest Pass It On by Clicking Here!
    Plus, you can enjoy catching up on past issues by taking a digital stroll through the archives and discovering sobriety in previous issues of Pass it On. Past issues can be viewed in the archives under the Resources Tab.


    During 2018, Celebrate your "Sobriety Birthday" by contributing a $ amount to Central Office equal to the number of years of sobriety you're celebrating. Click Here for the latest listing of the Buck-a-year program participants. On your AA Birthday, make your contribution at Central Office by cash, check, or credit card, or by check in the mail. (Note: include with your contribution your 1st name, last initial, home group & sobriety date.) Or you can contribute online using PAYPAL or a credit or debit card - enter your 1st name, last initial, home group & sobriety date in the boxes below, then click Pay Now, enter the amount, and choose your method of payment

    Name (1st name, last initial):
    Home Group / Sobriety Date:

  • announcements

    New Venue!!!! St. Michael & All Angels Church for the 28th Annual Traditions Conference. See Events Page.

    Group 164 has moved from Endorphine Power Co. to the Height's Club.

    Latest Buck-a-year program contributions are posted.