North Idaho Alcoholics Anonymous           LOCAL Online meetings: Newcomers welcome!

 * * * SATURDAY WORKSHOP: AA IN THE DIGITAL AGE  6/13/20   2 – 4pm ZOOM # 842 1086 8268 Pswd:  911560

PLEASE EMAIL WEBCHAIR@NORTHIDAHOAA.ORG of any new/changed online meetings.

DAILY: 6:15am “Good Morning AA” Open Meeting

DAILY: 7:45am  “Fort Sherman” Open Meeting

DAILY: 12 noon  Keep it Simple” Open Meeting

DAILY: 12 noon  Click New Link=> 350211053  “Along Spiritual Lines” Open meeting

SUNDAY: 7:00pm . Ft. Sherman Speaker Monthly Meeting

MONDAY: 5:30pm “The Way Out” Open meeting

MONDAY: 5:30pm   “Sober Sisters” Closed, Womens meeting, newcomers welcome

MONDAY: 7:00pm  “Off 53” Open meeting, newcomers welcome

TUESDAY: 5:30pm  “CDA Mens Meeting” Closed, Mens meeting, newcomers welcome

TUESDAY: 7:00pm    “Pride In Sobriety” Open meeting

TUESDAY: 7:30pm   “First Things First”, Closed meeting, newcomers welcome

THURSDAY: 7:00pm “Men in Recovery” Closed, Mens meeting, newcomers welcome

FRIDAY: 5:30pm   “The Way Out” Open meeting

SATURDAY: 10am “Serenity Sisters Online” Open, Womens meeting


Please download and install the FREE Zoom video conferencing app.  Visit

  • If you are using a computer, please make sure your audio, video and microphone are working properly.  A camera and microphone are not needed to attend. But you will not be able to speak to the group without a microphone. Listeners are welcome!  You will still see others but you will have a generic icon if you don’t have a camera.  Visit the link listed above for the meeting.  It will ask you to download and run a quick program to connect to the meeting.
  • If you are using a smart phone, install the FREE  Zoom app at the app store. This should bring up the app on a mobile device.  Visit the link listed above for the meeting.

Enter the meeting ID (the 9 digit # above). Within the app, you should just be able to enter the meeting ID above. NO accounts or passwords should be required.

Email if you want to volunteer to help or need help.

National has online groups to meet with, see

Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19), Groups are not physically meeting with rare exceptions.    Isolation is an enemy to your recovery, so attend an online meeting (see above, it’s easier than you think), pick up that phone or see for information, inspirational videos and links.  We can and must limit our physical contact, but feed the spirit!

A.A. is an international fellowship of men and women who have had a drinking problem. It is nonprofessional, self-supporting, multiracial, apolitical, and available almost everywhere. There are no age or education requirements. Membership is open to anyone who wants to do something about his or her drinking problem.

Our Primary Purpose

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…Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.


Time Meeting Location Region
6:30 am Good Morning AA Alano Fellowship Hall Coeur d'Alene
7:45 am Fort Sherman Chapel 332 Hubbard, CDA, ID Coeur d'Alene
10:00 am Women in Emotional Sobriety Women Alano Fellowship Hall Coeur d'Alene
10:00 am Serenity Sisters Women His Place Church Post Falls
10:00 am Spirit Eagle Wellness Center Plummer
Noon Best Ave Group Alano Fellowship Hall Coeur d'Alene
Noon Lost and Found Group St. Lukes Church Coeur d'Alene
4:00 pm Set Free Meeting Kingston Baptist Church Silver Valley
5:00 pm COVID-19 Cancellation: Big Book Recovery Athol Community Center Athol
5:15 pm 5:15 Happy Hour Group 1st Presbyterian Church Coeur d'Alene