Welcome to the Nepal Group
of Alcoholics Anonymous!

Schedule shown below in Engish.
For schedule in Nepali, please click here.

Token of Sobriety
     
Kathmandu Meeting Schedule
 Designated AA Help Line: (+977) 980 381 5088
Group Email - himalayanaa@gmail.com
Monday - Double Winner Home Group 6-7 pm
RTC Language Center, Lazimpat
Tuesday - Deep Joyti Home Group (Nepali Speaking), 5-6 pm
              Patan Hospital, Lagankhel
Wednesday - New Way, 5-6 pm
              Ratna Rajya Mid-baneshworKathmandu-10
Thursday - Hope Home Group, 6-7 pm
RTC Language Center, Lazimpat
Friday    - Deep Joyti Home Group (Nepali Speaking), 5-6 pm
Patan Hospital, Lagankhel
Saturday  - Gratitude Home Group, 4-5 pm
Paropkar Secondary School, Bhimshensthan, Kathmandu
Sunday -  Prarambha Home Group (Nepali Speaking) , 6-7 pm
Birenda Batika, Basundhara, Opp. Mother House

Chitwan Meeting
Designated AA Help Line: (+977) 982 423 1700
Group Email - aachitwan@gmail.com
Saturday  - AA Chitwan Home Group, 4-5:15 pm
                  Rashtriya Adharbhut Bidhyalaya,
                  Nadikinar, Chitwan

Gaidakot Meeting
Designated AA Help Line: (+977) 982 423 1700
Group Email - aachitwan@gmail.com
Tuesday  - AA Gaidakot Home Group, 4:30-5:30 pm
                  Saraswoti primary school,
                  Gaidakot-5, Nawalpur


We are also very flexible 
and may be able to meet at any time... 
especially if you are visiting and just passing through! 
Note: "Closed" meetings are for alcoholics only,
but "open" meetings may be attended by anyone who is interested.

"Whenever anyone, anywhere, reaches out for help, 
I want the hand of AA always to be there.
 And for that, I am responsible."

For changes to listing or contact information, please email - michael@aanepal.org
(Located in San Diego, CA - USA)


Regular Meetings Fellowship   Support

"The only requirement for membership
is a desire to stop drinking."


Links
A.A. World Office (official site)

Read the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous Online

AA Meetings in China

AA Loners in China

AA Meetings in Asia and Around the World

AA Meetings Online via Skype

AA Speaker Recordings (FREE download)

"Growing Along Spiritual Lines: One Member's Experience, Strength and Hope"

"Rarely Have We Seen a Person Fail" (inspirational messages)

Al-Anon Family Groups (for families and friends of alcoholics)
Al-Anon World Office

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"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.


This is NOT an official Alcoholics Anonymous site. 
It is operated privately by A.A. members in Nepal
 and offers general information and links only.

For changes to listing or contact information, please email - michael@aanepal.org