Lambda Center Houston
Meetings

Our meeting schedule for  is shown in the table below.  If you want to find out more information about the different kinds of meetings and meeting formats, click on one of the links under the “Type & Format” column in the table, or the Meetings button to the left or you can download the meeting schedule by clicking this link: Lambda Meeting Schedule

Upcoming events

    • 04 May 2017
    • 28 Dec 2017
    • 35 sessions
    • Room 4

    AA
    Discussion: Beginners Meeting
    Open Meeting
    Location: Room 4


    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring weekly meeting on Thursdays at 12:15pm.

    Open to anyone: Group Members, families, friends and anyone interested in solving a personal drinking problem or helping someone else to solve such a problem.

    These meetings typically concentrate on the first three steps in recovery, and follow with a discussion.

    A chairperson will introduce a topic for discussion, after which those attending will have an opportunity, if desired, to share their own experiences and observations about recovery, usually for three to five minutes per "share." "Sharing" is not required of everyone in attendance undefined many choose only to listen. "Take what works and leave the rest," is a comment frequently heard at these meetings.
    • 04 May 2017
    • 28 Dec 2017
    • 35 sessions
    • Room 3

    AA
    Discussion
    Open Meeting
    Location: Room 3

    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring weekly meeting on Thursday evenings at 5:15pm.

    Open to anyone: Group Members, families, friends and anyone interested in solving a personal drinking problem or helping someone else to solve such a problem.

    These meetings are the most common Twelve Step meeting type. A chairperson will introduce a topic for discussion, after which those attending will have an opportunity, if desired, to share their own experiences and observations about recovery, usually for three to five minutes per "share." "Sharing" is not required of everyone in attendance undefined many choose only to listen. "Take what works and leave the rest," is a comment frequently heard at these meetings.

    • 04 May 2017
    • 28 Dec 2017
    • 35 sessions
    • Room 4

    ACA
    Discussion: Beginners Meeting
    Open Meeting
    Location: Room 4


    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring weekly meeting on Thursday evenings at 6:30pm.

    Open to anyone: Group Members, families, friends and anyone interested in solving a personal drinking problem or helping someone else to solve such a problem.

    These meetings typically concentrate on the first three steps in recovery, and follow the Discussion format.  

    Adult Children of Alcoholics is a Twelve Step, Twelve Tradition program of women and men who grew up in alcoholic or otherwise dysfunctional homes. ACA helps individuals discover how childhood has affected them in the past and continues to influence them in the present. Meetings follow a format similar to that of Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, but with different literature and readings.


    • 04 May 2017
    • 28 Dec 2017
    • 35 sessions
    • Room 3

    AA
    Book Study: 12 & 12
    Closed Meeting
    Location: Room 3

    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring weekly meeting on Thursday evenings at 6:30pm.

    Limited to Group Members. They provide an opportunity for members to share openly with one another on alcoholism and the methods used to achieve and maintain a life of stable sobriety. They are closed to observers

    Often referred to as “Literature” meetings, Book Study meetings begin with the same general meeting format.  After the meeting has opened, the chairperson will invite members to read from the Alcoholics Anonymous “Big Book,” the “Twelve and Twelve,” or “As Bill Sees It.” Other titles may be used, depending upon the conventions of the individual Group.  Most literature meetings will spend half the meeting reading, with each member taking his or her turn to read a few paragraph or perhaps a page from the selected book, following the chairperson’s direction. The second half of the meeting will usually be a group discussion, led by the chairperson, of the material read.  After which those attending will have an opportunity, if desired, to share their own experiences and observations about recovery, usually for three to five minutes per "share." "Sharing" is not required of everyone in attendance undefined many choose only to listen. "Take what works and leave the rest," is a comment frequently heard at these meetings.

    Books are provided for literature meetings.


    • 04 May 2017
    • 28 Dec 2017
    • 35 sessions
    • Room 1
    CMA
    Discussion
    Open Meeting
    Location: Room 1

    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring weekly meeting on Thursday evenings at 8pm.

    Open to anyone: Group Members, families, friends and anyone interested in solving a personal drinking problem or helping someone else to solve such a problem. Limited to men only, in order to focus on special issues of particular interest to men.

    Crystal Meth Anonymous meetings are for those individuals for whom all drugs, specifically Crystal Meth, have become a problem. CMA is based on the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous. Meetings follow a format similar to that of Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, but with different literature and readings.

    These meetings are the most common Twelve Step meeting type. A chairperson will introduce a topic for discussion, after which those attending will have an opportunity, if desired, to share their own experiences and observations about recovery, usually for three to five minutes per "share." "Sharing" is not required of everyone in attendance undefined many choose only to listen. "Take what works and leave the rest," is a comment frequently heard at these meetings.

    • 04 May 2017
    • 28 Dec 2017
    • 35 sessions
    • Room 3

    AA
    Book Study
    Open Meeting
    Location: Room 3

    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring weekly meeting on Thursday evenings at 8pm.

    Open to anyone: Group Members, families, friends and anyone interested in solving a personal drinking problem or helping someone else to solve such a problem.

    Often referred to as “Literature” meetings, Book Study meetings begin with the same general meeting format.  After the meeting has opened, the chairperson will invite members to read from the Alcoholics Anonymous “Big Book,” the “Twelve and Twelve,” or “As Bill Sees It.” Other titles may be used, depending upon the conventions of the individual Group.  Most literature meetings will spend half the meeting reading, with each member taking his or her turn to read a few paragraph or perhaps a page from the selected book, following the chairperson’s direction. The second half of the meeting will usually be a group discussion, led by the chairperson, of the material read.  After which those attending will have an opportunity, if desired, to share their own experiences and observations about recovery, usually for three to five minutes per "share." "Sharing" is not required of everyone in attendance undefined many choose only to listen. "Take what works and leave the rest," is a comment frequently heard at these meetings.

    Books are provided for literature meetings.


    • 04 May 2017
    • 28 Dec 2017
    • 35 sessions
    • Room 3

    AA
    Discussion
    Open Meeting
    Location: Room 3

    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring weekly meeting on Thursday evenings at 9:30pm.

    Open to anyone: Group Members, families, friends and anyone interested in solving a personal drinking problem or helping someone else to solve such a problem.

    These meetings are the most common Twelve Step meeting type. A chairperson will introduce a topic for discussion, after which those attending will have an opportunity, if desired, to share their own experiences and observations about recovery, usually for three to five minutes per "share." "Sharing" is not required of everyone in attendance undefined many choose only to listen. "Take what works and leave the rest," is a comment frequently heard at these meetings.

    • 05 May 2017
    • 29 Dec 2017
    • 35 sessions
    • Room 3

    AA
    Discussion
    Open Meeting
    Location: Room 3


    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring weekly meeting on Friday mornings at 6:30am.

    Open to anyone: Group Members, families, friends and anyone interested in solving a personal drinking problem or helping someone else to solve such a problem.

    These meetings are the most common Twelve Step meeting type. A chairperson will introduce a topic for discussion, after which those attending will have an opportunity, if desired, to share their own experiences and observations about recovery, usually for three to five minutes per "share." "Sharing" is not required of everyone in attendance undefined many choose only to listen. "Take what works and leave the rest," is a comment frequently heard at these meetings.
    • 05 May 2017
    • 29 Dec 2017
    • 35 sessions
    • Room 3

    AA
    Discussion
    Closed Meeting
    Location: Room 3

    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring weekly meeting on Fridays at Noon.

    Limited to Group Members. They provide an opportunity for members to share openly with one another on alcoholism and the methods used to achieve and maintain a life of stable sobriety. They are closed to observers.

    A chairperson will introduce a topic for discussion, after which those attending will have an opportunity, if desired, to share their own experiences and observations about recovery, usually for three to five minutes per "share." "Sharing" is not required of everyone in attendance undefined many choose only to listen. "Take what works and leave the rest," is a comment frequently heard at these meetings.

    • 05 May 2017
    • 29 Dec 2017
    • 35 sessions
    • Room 3
    AA
    Book Study
    Open Meeting
    Location: Room 3

    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring weekly meeting on Friday evenings at 5:15pm.

    Open to anyone: Group Members, families, friends and anyone interested in solving a personal drinking problem or helping someone else to solve such a problem.

    Often referred to as “Literature” meetings, Book Study meetings begin with the same general meeting format.  After the meeting has opened, the chairperson will invite members to read from the Alcoholics Anonymous “Big Book,” the “Twelve and Twelve,” or “As Bill Sees It.” Other titles may be used, depending upon the conventions of the individual Group.  Most literature meetings will spend half the meeting reading, with each member taking his or her turn to read a few paragraph or perhaps a page from the selected book, following the chairperson’s direction. The second half of the meeting will usually be a group discussion, led by the chairperson, of the material read.  After which those attending will have an opportunity, if desired, to share their own experiences and observations about recovery, usually for three to five minutes per "share." "Sharing" is not required of everyone in attendance undefined many choose only to listen. "Take what works and leave the rest," is a comment frequently heard at these meetings.

    Books are provided for literature meetings.

    • 05 May 2017
    • 29 Dec 2017
    • 35 sessions
    • Room 3

    AA
    Discussion
    Open Meeting
    Location: Room 3

    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring weekly meeting on Friday evenings at 6:30pm.

    Open to anyone: Group Members, families, friends and anyone interested in solving a personal drinking problem or helping someone else to solve such a problem.

    These meetings focus on issues of particular interest to alcoholics who are HIV+.

    These meetings are the most common Twelve Step meeting type.  A chairperson will introduce a topic for discussion, after which those attending will have an opportunity, if desired, to share their own experiences and observations about recovery, usually for three to five minutes per "share." "Sharing" is not required of everyone in attendance undefined many choose only to listen. "Take what works and leave the rest," is a comment frequently heard at these meetings.


    • 05 May 2017
    • 29 Dec 2017
    • 35 sessions
    • Room 3

    AA
    10th Step Discussion
    Open Meeting
    Location: Room 3

    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring weekly meeting on Friday evenings at 7:45pm.

    Open to anyone: Group Members, families, friends and anyone interested in solving a personal drinking problem or helping someone else to solve such a problem.

    These meetings focus on the 10th step as the meeting's topic for discussion. Some Step Study Groups use literature in combination with discussion, while others use worksheets and writing for an in-depth approach to the individual steps.
    • 05 May 2017
    • 29 Dec 2017
    • 35 sessions
    • Room 4
    CMA
    Discussion
    Open Meeting
    Location: Room 4

    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring weekly meeting on Friday evenings at 8pm.

    Open to anyone: Group Members, families, friends and anyone interested in solving a personal drinking problem or helping someone else to solve such a problem. Limited to men only, in order to focus on special issues of particular interest to men.

    Crystal Meth Anonymous meetings are for those individuals for whom all drugs, specifically Crystal Meth, have become a problem. CMA is based on the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous. Meetings follow a format similar to that of Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, but with different literature and readings.

    These meetings are the most common Twelve Step meeting type. A chairperson will introduce a topic for discussion, after which those attending will have an opportunity, if desired, to share their own experiences and observations about recovery, usually for three to five minutes per "share." "Sharing" is not required of everyone in attendance undefined many choose only to listen. "Take what works and leave the rest," is a comment frequently heard at these meetings.

    • 05 May 2017
    • 29 Dec 2017
    • 35 sessions
    • Room 3

    AA
    Discussion
    Open Meeting
    Location: Room 3

    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring weekly meeting on Friday evenings at 9:30pm.

    Open to anyone: Group Members, families, friends and anyone interested in solving a personal drinking problem or helping someone else to solve such a problem.

    These meetings are the most common Twelve Step meeting type. A chairperson will introduce a topic for discussion, after which those attending will have an opportunity, if desired, to share their own experiences and observations about recovery, usually for three to five minutes per "share." "Sharing" is not required of everyone in attendance undefined many choose only to listen. "Take what works and leave the rest," is a comment frequently heard at these meetings.

    • 06 May 2017
    • 30 Dec 2017
    • 35 sessions
    • Room 3

    AA
    Discussion
    Open Meeting
    Location: Room 3

    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring weekly meeting on Saturday mornings at 8:30am.

    Open to anyone: Group Members, families, friends and anyone interested in solving a personal drinking problem or helping someone else to solve such a problem.

    These meetings are the most common Twelve Step meeting type. A chairperson will introduce a topic for discussion, after which those attending will have an opportunity, if desired, to share their own experiences and observations about recovery, usually for three to five minutes per "share." "Sharing" is not required of everyone in attendance undefined many choose only to listen. "Take what works and leave the rest," is a comment frequently heard at these meetings.

    • 06 May 2017
    • 30 Dec 2017
    • 35 sessions
    • Room 3
    AA
    Meditation
    Open Meeting
    Location: Room 3

    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring weekly meeting on Saturday mornings at 10am.

    Open to anyone: Group Members, families, friends and anyone interested in solving a personal drinking problem or helping someone else to solve such a problem.

    These meetings begin with an introduction of approximately ten minutes, followed by 30 minutes of silent meditation, followed by 20 minutes of discussion. "Take what works and leave the rest," is a comment frequently heard at these meetings.

    • 06 May 2017
    • 30 Dec 2017
    • 35 sessions
    • Room 3
    AA
    Discussion
    Open Meeting
    Location: Room 3

    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring weekly meeting on Saturday mornings at 11:30am.

    Open to anyone: Group Members, families, friends and anyone interested in solving a personal drinking problem or helping someone else to solve such a problem.

    These meetings are the most common Twelve Step meeting type. A chairperson will introduce a topic for discussion, after which those attending will have an opportunity, if desired, to share their own experiences and observations about recovery, usually for three to five minutes per "share." "Sharing" is not required of everyone in attendance undefined many choose only to listen. "Take what works and leave the rest," is a comment frequently heard at these meetings.

    • 06 May 2017
    • 30 Dec 2017
    • 35 sessions
    • Room 4

    Al-Anon
    Discussion
    Open Meeting
    Location

    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring weekly meeting on Saturday afternoons at 2:00pm.

    AL-ANON is fellowship of relatives and friends of alcoholics. Al-Anon believes that alcoholism is a family illness and that changed attitudes can aid recovery. Meetings are for family members and those in relationships with alcoholics, and follow a meeting format similar to that of Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, but with different literature and readings.

    These meetings follow the Twelve Step meeting format. A chairperson will introduce a topic for discussion, after which those attending will have an opportunity, if desired, to share their own experiences and observations about recovery, usually for three to five minutes per "share." "Sharing" is not required of everyone in attendance undefined many choose only to listen. "Take what works and leave the rest," is a comment frequently heard at these meetings.


    • 06 May 2017
    • 30 Dec 2017
    • 35 sessions
    • Room 1
    AA
    Speaker 
    Open Meeting
    Location: Room 1

    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring weekly meeting Saturdays at 8pm.

    Open to anyone: Group Members, families, friends and anyone interested in solving a personal drinking problem or helping someone else to solve such a problem.

    These meetings feature an invited "guest speaker," with two or more years of recovery, to tell his or her "story" to the group, after which a portion of the time may be set aside for comments on the speaker's story by members. "Our stories disclose in a general way what we used to be like, what happened, and what we are like now," as the Alcoholics Anonymous "Big Book" says.

    Saturday Night Live does not take place on the last Saturday of each month. It is replaced by our monthly Birthday Night meeting and celebration starting at 7pm.
    • 06 May 2017
    • 30 Dec 2017
    • 35 sessions
    • Room 3

    CMA
    Candlelight Discussion
    Open Meeting
    Location: Room 3

    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring weekly meeting on Saturday evenings at 9:30pm.

    Open to anyone: Group Members, families, friends and anyone interested in solving a personal drinking problem or helping someone else to solve such a problem.

    Crystal Meth Anonymous meetings are for those individuals for whom all drugs, specifically Crystal Meth, have become a problem. CMA is based on the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous. Meetings follow a format similar to that of Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, but with different literature and readings.

    These meetings are the most common Twelve Step meeting type. A chairperson will introduce a topic for discussion, after which those attending will have an opportunity, if desired, to share their own experiences and observations about recovery, usually for three to five minutes per "share." "Sharing" is not required of everyone in attendance undefined many choose only to listen. "Take what works and leave the rest," is a comment frequently heard at these meetings.


    • 07 May 2017
    • 31 Dec 2017
    • 35 sessions
    • Room 3

    AA
    Discussion
    Open Meeting
    Location: Room 3

    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring weekly meeting on Sunday mornings at 9:30am.

    Open to anyone: Group Members, families, friends and anyone interested in solving a personal drinking problem or helping someone else to solve such a problem.

    These meetings are the most common Twelve Step meeting type. A chairperson will introduce a topic for discussion, after which those attending will have an opportunity, if desired, to share their own experiences and observations about recovery, usually for three to five minutes per "share." "Sharing" is not required of everyone in attendance undefined many choose only to listen. "Take what works and leave the rest," is a comment frequently heard at these meetings.

    • 07 May 2017
    • 31 Dec 2017
    • 35 sessions
    • Room 4

    ACA
    Step Study
    Open Meeting
    Location: Room 4

    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring weekly meeting on Sunday mornings at 10:45am.

    Open to anyone: Group Members, families, friends and anyone interested in solving a personal drinking problem or helping someone else to solve such a problem.

    These meetings focus on one particular step as the meeting's topic for discussion. Some Step Study Groups use literature in combination with discussion, while others use worksheets and writing for an in-depth approach to the individual steps.

    Adult Children of Alcoholics is a Twelve Step, Twelve Tradition program of women and men who grew up in alcoholic or otherwise dysfunctional homes. ACA helps individuals discover how childhood has affected them in the past and continues to influence them in the present. Meetings follow a format similar to that of Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, but with different literature and readings.
    • 07 May 2017
    • 31 Dec 2017
    • 35 sessions
    • Room 3
    AA
    Step Study
    Closed Meeting
    Location: Room 3

    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring weekly meeting on Sunday mornings at 10:45am.

    Limited to Group Members. They provide an opportunity for members to share openly with one another on alcoholism and the methods used to achieve and maintain a life of stable sobriety. They are closed to observers.

    These meetings focuses on one particular step as the meeting's topic for discussion. Some Step Study Groups use literature in combination with discussion, while others use worksheets and writing for an in-depth approach to the individual steps.
    • 07 May 2017
    • 31 Dec 2017
    • 35 sessions
    • Room 1
    AA
    11 Step Meditation & Discussion
    Open Meeting
    Location: Room 1


    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring weekly meeting on Sunday evenings at 5pm.

    Open to anyone: Group Members, families, friends and anyone interested in solving a personal drinking problem or helping someone else to solve such a problem.

    This is not a free yoga or exercise class. This is special interest meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous. These meetings begin with 50-55 minutes of stretching exercises, followed by 5 to 10 minutes of silent meditation, and then follow with a traditional AA Discussion meeting for 30 minutes.


    • 07 May 2017
    • 31 Dec 2017
    • 35 sessions
    • Room 3

    CMA
    Discussion
    Open Meeting
    Location: Room 3

    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring weekly meeting on Sunday evenings at 5:30pm.

    Open to anyone: Group Members, families, friends and anyone interested in solving a personal drinking problem or helping someone else to solve such a problem. Limited to men only, in order to focus on special issues of particular interest to men.

    Crystal Meth Anonymous meetings are for those individuals for whom all drugs, specifically Crystal Meth, have become a problem. CMA is based on the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous. Meetings follow a format similar to that of Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, but with different literature and readings.

    These meetings are the most common Twelve Step meeting type. A chairperson will introduce a topic for discussion, after which those attending will have an opportunity, if desired, to share their own experiences and observations about recovery, usually for three to five minutes per "share." "Sharing" is not required of everyone in attendance undefined many choose only to listen. "Take what works and leave the rest," is a comment frequently heard at these meetings.

    Crystal Meth Anonymous meetings are for those individuals for whom all drugs, specifically Crystal Meth, have become a problem. CMA is based on the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous. Meetings follow a format similar to that of Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, but with different literature and readings.
    • 07 May 2017
    • 31 Dec 2017
    • 35 sessions
    • Room 1
    AA
    Discussion
    Open Meeting
    Location: Room 1

    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring weekly meeting on Sunday evenings at 7pm.

    Open to anyone: Group Members, families, friends and anyone interested in solving a personal drinking problem or helping someone else to solve such a problem.

    These meetings are the most common Twelve Step meeting type. A chairperson will introduce a topic for discussion, after which those attending will have an opportunity, if desired, to share their own experiences and observations about recovery, usually for three to five minutes per "share." "Sharing" is not required of everyone in attendance undefined many choose only to listen. "Take what works and leave the rest," is a comment frequently heard at these meetings.
    • 07 May 2017
    • 31 Dec 2017
    • 35 sessions
    • Room 3
    Al-Anon
    Discussion
    Closed
    Location: Room 3

    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring weekly meeting on Sunday evenings at 7pm.

    Limited to Group Members. AL-ANON is fellowship of relatives and friends of alcoholics. Al-Anon believes that alcoholism is a family illness and that changed attitudes can aid recovery. Meetings are for family members and those in relationships with alcoholics, and follow a meeting format similar to that of Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, but with different literature and readings.

    These meetings follow the Twelve Step meeting format. A chairperson will introduce a topic for discussion, after which those attending will have an opportunity, if desired, to share their own experiences and observations about recovery, usually for three to five minutes per "share." "Sharing" is not required of everyone in attendance undefined many choose only to listen. "Take what works and leave the rest," is a comment frequently heard at these meetings.

    • 07 May 2017
    • 31 Dec 2017
    • 35 sessions
    • Room 3

    AA
    Discussion
    Open Meeting
    Location: Room 3

    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring weekly meeting on Sunday evenings at 8:30pm.

    Open to anyone: Group Members, families, friends and anyone interested in solving a personal drinking problem or helping someone else to solve such a problem.

    These meetings are the most common Twelve Step meeting type. A chairperson will introduce a topic for discussion, after which those attending will have an opportunity, if desired, to share their own experiences and observations about recovery, usually for three to five minutes per "share." "Sharing" is not required of everyone in attendance undefined many choose only to listen. "Take what works and leave the rest," is a comment frequently heard at these meetings.

    • 08 May 2017
    • 01 Jan 2018
    • 35 sessions
    • Room 3

    AA
    Discussion
    Open Meeting
    Location: Room 3


    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring weekly meeting on Monday mornings at 6:30am.

    Open to anyone: Group Members, families, friends and anyone interested in solving a personal drinking problem or helping someone else to solve such a problem.

    These meetings are the most common Twelve Step meeting type. A chairperson will introduce a topic for discussion, after which those attending will have an opportunity, if desired, to share their own experiences and observations about recovery, usually for three to five minutes per "share." "Sharing" is not required of everyone in attendance undefined many choose only to listen. "Take what works and leave the rest," is a comment frequently heard at these meetings.
    • 08 May 2017
    • 01 Jan 2018
    • 35 sessions
    • Room 1

    CMA
    Discussion: Women's Meeting
    Open Meeting
    Location: Room 1

    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring weekly meeting on Monday evenings at 6:45pm.

    Open to anyone: Group Members, families, friends and anyone interested in solving a personal drinking problem or helping someone else to solve such a problem.

    Limited to  women only, in order to focus on special issues of particular interest to women.

    Crystal Meth Anonymous meetings are for those individuals for whom all drugs, specifically Crystal Meth, have become a problem. CMA is based on the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous. Meetings follow a format similar to that of Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, but with different literature and readings.

    These meetings are the most common Twelve Step meeting type. A chairperson will introduce a topic for discussion, after which those attending will have an opportunity, if desired, to share their own experiences and observations about recovery, usually for three to five minutes per "share." "Sharing" is not required of everyone in attendance undefined many choose only to listen. "Take what works and leave the rest," is a comment frequently heard at these meetings.

    • 08 May 2017
    • 01 Jan 2018
    • 35 sessions
    • Room 3
    AA
    Step Study

    Open Meeting
    Location: Room 3

    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring weekly meeting on Mondays at Noon.

    Open to anyone: Group Members, families, friends and anyone interested in solving a personal drinking problem or helping someone else to solve such a problem.

    These meetings focuses on one particular step as the meeting's topic for discussion. Some Step Study Groups use literature in combination with discussion, while others use worksheets and writing for an in-depth approach to the individual steps.
    • 08 May 2017
    • 01 Jan 2018
    • 35 sessions
    • Room 3

    AA
    Discussion
    Open Meeting
    Location: Room 3


    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring weekly meeting on Monday evenings at 5:15pm.

    Open to anyone: Group Members, families, friends and anyone interested in solving a personal drinking problem or helping someone else to solve such a problem.

    These meetings are the most common Twelve Step meeting type. A chairperson will introduce a topic for discussion, after which those attending will have an opportunity, if desired, to share their own experiences and observations about recovery, usually for three to five minutes per "share." "Sharing" is not required of everyone in attendance undefined many choose only to listen. "Take what works and leave the rest," is a comment frequently heard at these meetings.
    • 08 May 2017
    • 01 Jan 2018
    • 35 sessions
    • Room 3

    AA
    Discussion: Women's Meeting
    Closed Meeting
    Location: Room 3

    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring weekly meeting on Monday evenings at 6:30pm.

    Limited to Group Members. They provide an opportunity for members to share openly with one another on alcoholism and the methods used to achieve and maintain a life of stable sobriety. They are closed to observers.

    Limited to Women only, in order to focus on special issues of particular interest to women.

    These meetings are the most common Twelve Step meeting type. A chairperson will introduce a topic for discussion, after which those attending will have an opportunity, if desired, to share their own experiences and observations about recovery, usually for three to five minutes per "share." "Sharing" is not required of everyone in attendance undefined many choose only to listen. "Take what works and leave the rest," is a comment frequently heard at these meetings.

    • 08 May 2017
    • 01 Jan 2018
    • 35 sessions
    • Room 4

    CMA
    Discussion: Men's Meeting
    Open Meeting
    Location: Room 4

    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring weekly meeting on Monday evenings at 6:45pm.

    Open to anyone: Group Members, families, friends and anyone interested in solving a personal drinking problem or helping someone else to solve such a problem.

    Limited to men only, in order to focus on special issues of particular interest to men.

    Crystal Meth Anonymous meetings are for those individuals for whom all drugs, specifically Crystal Meth, have become a problem. CMA is based on the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous. Meetings follow a format similar to that of Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, but with different literature and readings.

    These meetings are the most common Twelve Step meeting type. A chairperson will introduce a topic for discussion, after which those attending will have an opportunity, if desired, to share their own experiences and observations about recovery, usually for three to five minutes per "share." "Sharing" is not required of everyone in attendance undefined many choose only to listen. "Take what works and leave the rest," is a comment frequently heard at these meetings.
    • 08 May 2017
    • 01 Jan 2018
    • 35 sessions
    • Room 1

    AA
    Discussion: Beginner's Meeting
    Open Meeting
    Location: Room 1

    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring weekly meeting on Monday evenings at 8:00pm.

    Open to anyone: Group Members, families, friends and anyone interested in solving a personal drinking problem or helping someone else to solve such a problem.

    These meetings typically concentrate on the first three steps in recovery, and follow with a discussion.

    A chairperson will introduce a topic for discussion, after which those attending will have an opportunity, if desired, to share their own experiences and observations about recovery, usually for three to five minutes per "share." "Sharing" is not required of everyone in attendance undefined many choose only to listen. "Take what works and leave the rest," is a comment frequently heard at these meetings.

    • 08 May 2017
    • 01 Jan 2018
    • 35 sessions
    • Room 3

    AA
    Discussion
    Open Meeting
    Location: Room 3

    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring weekly meeting on Monday evenings at 9:30pm.

    Open to anyone: Group Members, families, friends and anyone interested in solving a personal drinking problem or helping someone else to solve such a problem.

    These meetings are the most common Twelve Step meeting type. A chairperson will introduce a topic for discussion, after which those attending will have an opportunity, if desired, to share their own experiences and observations about recovery, usually for three to five minutes per "share." "Sharing" is not required of everyone in attendance undefined many choose only to listen. "Take what works and leave the rest," is a comment frequently heard at these meetings.

    • 09 May 2017
    • 02 Jan 2018
    • 35 sessions
    • Room 3

    AA
    Book Study 
    Open Meeting
    Location: Room 3


    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring weekly meeting on Tuesday mornings at 6:30am.

    Open to anyone: Group Members, families, friends and anyone interested in solving a personal drinking problem or helping someone else to solve such a problem.

    Often referred to as “Literature” meetings, Book Study meetings begin with the same general meeting format.  After the meeting has opened, the chairperson will invite members to read from the Alcoholics Anonymous “Big Book,” the “Twelve and Twelve,” or “As Bill Sees It.” Other titles may be used, depending upon the conventions of the individual Group.  Most literature meetings will spend half the meeting reading, with each member taking his or her turn to read a few paragraph or perhaps a page from the selected book, following the chairperson’s direction. The second half of the meeting will usually be a group discussion, led by the chairperson, of the material read.  After which those attending will have an opportunity, if desired, to share their own experiences and observations about recovery, usually for three to five minutes per "share." "Sharing" is not required of everyone in attendance undefined many choose only to listen. "Take what works and leave the rest," is a comment frequently heard at these meetings.

    Books are provided for literature meetings.

    • 09 May 2017
    • 02 Jan 2018
    • 35 sessions
    • Room 3

    AA
    Discussion
    Closed Meeting
    Location: Room 3

    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring weekly meeting on Tuesdays at Noon.

    Limited to Group Members. They provide an opportunity for members to share openly with one another on alcoholism and the methods used to achieve and maintain a life of stable sobriety. They are closed to observers.

    A chairperson will introduce a topic for discussion, after which those attending will have an opportunity, if desired, to share their own experiences and observations about recovery, usually for three to five minutes per "share." "Sharing" is not required of everyone in attendance undefined many choose only to listen. "Take what works and leave the rest," is a comment frequently heard at these meetings.
    • 09 May 2017
    • 02 Jan 2018
    • 35 sessions
    • Room 4

    AA
    Discussion: Beginners Meeting
    Open Meeting
    Location: Room 4


    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring weekly meeting on Tuesdays at 12:15pm.

    Open to anyone: Group Members, families, friends and anyone interested in solving a personal drinking problem or helping someone else to solve such a problem.

    These meetings typically concentrate on the first three steps in recovery, and follow with a discussion.

    A chairperson will introduce a topic for discussion, after which those attending will have an opportunity, if desired, to share their own experiences and observations about recovery, usually for three to five minutes per "share." "Sharing" is not required of everyone in attendance undefined many choose only to listen. "Take what works and leave the rest," is a comment frequently heard at these meetings.
    • 09 May 2017
    • 02 Jan 2018
    • 35 sessions
    • Room 3

    AA
    Discussion
    Open Meeting
    Location: Room 3

    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring weekly meeting on Tuesday evenings at 5:15pm.

    Open to anyone: Group Members, families, friends and anyone interested in solving a personal drinking problem or helping someone else to solve such a problem.

    These meetings are the most common Twelve Step meeting type. A chairperson will introduce a topic for discussion, after which those attending will have an opportunity, if desired, to share their own experiences and observations about recovery, usually for three to five minutes per "share." "Sharing" is not required of everyone in attendance undefined many choose only to listen. "Take what works and leave the rest," is a comment frequently heard at these meetings.
    • 09 May 2017
    • 02 Jan 2018
    • 35 sessions
    • Room 3

    AA
    Discussion
    Closed Meeting
    Location: Room 3

    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring weekly meeting on Tuesday evenings at 6:30pm.

    Limited to Group Members. They provide an opportunity for members to share openly with one another on alcoholism and the methods used to achieve and maintain a life of stable sobriety. They are closed to observers.

    These meetings are the most common Twelve Step meeting type. A chairperson will introduce a topic for discussion, after which those attending will have an opportunity, if desired, to share their own experiences and observations about recovery, usually for three to five minutes per "share." "Sharing" is not required of everyone in attendance undefined many choose only to listen. "Take what works and leave the rest," is a comment frequently heard at these meetings.

    • 09 May 2017
    • 02 Jan 2018
    • 35 sessions
    • Room 1

    AA
    Discussion
    Closed Meeting
    Location: Room 1

    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring weekly meeting on Tuesday evenings at 8:00pm.

    Limited to Group Members. They provide an opportunity for members to share openly with one another on alcoholism and the methods used to achieve and maintain a life of stable sobriety. They are closed to observers.

    These meetings are the most common Twelve Step meeting type. A chairperson will introduce a topic for discussion, after which those attending will have an opportunity, if desired, to share their own experiences and observations about recovery, usually for three to five minutes per "share." "Sharing" is not required of everyone in attendance undefined many choose only to listen. "Take what works and leave the rest," is a comment frequently heard at these meetings.

    • 09 May 2017
    • 02 Jan 2018
    • 35 sessions
    • Room 3

    Al-Anon
    Discussion
    Closed Meeting
    Location: Room 3


    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring weekly meeting on Tuesday evenings at 8:00pm.

    Limited to Group Members. AL-ANON is fellowship of relatives and friends of alcoholics. Al-Anon believes that alcoholism is a family illness and that changed attitudes can aid recovery. Meetings are for family members and those in relationships with alcoholics, and follow a meeting format similar to that of Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, but with different literature and readings.

    These meetings follow the Twelve Step meeting format. A chairperson will introduce a topic for discussion, after which those attending will have an opportunity, if desired, to share their own experiences and observations about recovery, usually for three to five minutes per "share." "Sharing" is not required of everyone in attendance undefined many choose only to listen. "Take what works and leave the rest," is a comment frequently heard at these meetings.

    Lambda AL_ANON Birthday Night Celebration is the last Tuesday of the Month.
    • 09 May 2017
    • 02 Jan 2018
    • 35 sessions
    • Room 3

    AA
    Discussion
    Open Meeting
    Location: Room 3

    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring weekly meeting on Tuesday evenings at 9:30pm.

    Open to anyone: Group Members, families, friends and anyone interested in solving a personal drinking problem or helping someone else to solve such a problem.

    These meetings are the most common Twelve Step meeting type. A chairperson will introduce a topic for discussion, after which those attending will have an opportunity, if desired, to share their own experiences and observations about recovery, usually for three to five minutes per "share." "Sharing" is not required of everyone in attendance undefined many choose only to listen. "Take what works and leave the rest," is a comment frequently heard at these meetings.

    • 09 May 2017
    • 02 Jan 2018
    • 35 sessions
    • Room 4

    CMA
    Discussion
    Open Meeting
    Location: Room 4

    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring weekly meeting on Tuesday evenings at 9:30pm.

    Open to anyone: Group Members, families, friends and anyone interested in solving a personal drinking problem or helping someone else to solve such a problem. Limited to men only, in order to focus on special issues of particular interest to men.

    Crystal Meth Anonymous meetings are for those individuals for whom all drugs, specifically Crystal Meth, have become a problem. CMA is based on the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous. Meetings follow a format similar to that of Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, but with different literature and readings.

    These meetings are the most common Twelve Step meeting type. A chairperson will introduce a topic for discussion, after which those attending will have an opportunity, if desired, to share their own experiences and observations about recovery, usually for three to five minutes per "share." "Sharing" is not required of everyone in attendance undefined many choose only to listen. "Take what works and leave the rest," is a comment frequently heard at these meetings.


    • 10 May 2017
    • 03 Jan 2018
    • 35 sessions
    • Room 3

    AA
    Discussion
    Open Meeting
    Location: Room 3


    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring weekly meeting on Wednesday mornings at 6:30am.

    Open to anyone: Group Members, families, friends and anyone interested in solving a personal drinking problem or helping someone else to solve such a problem.

    These meetings are the most common Twelve Step meeting type. A chairperson will introduce a topic for discussion, after which those attending will have an opportunity, if desired, to share their own experiences and observations about recovery, usually for three to five minutes per "share." "Sharing" is not required of everyone in attendance undefined many choose only to listen. "Take what works and leave the rest," is a comment frequently heard at these meetings.
    • 10 May 2017
    • 03 Jan 2018
    • 35 sessions
    • Room 3

    AA
    Speaker + Discussion
    Open Meeting
    Location: Room 3

    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring weekly meeting on Wednesdays at 12:15 pm.

    Open to anyone: Group Members, families, friends and anyone interested in solving a personal drinking problem or helping someone else to solve such a problem.

    These meetings feature an invited "guest speaker," with two or more years of recovery, to tell his or her "story" to the group, after which a portion of the time may be set aside for comments on the speaker's story by members. "Our stories disclose in a general way what we used to be like, what happened, and what we are like now," as the Alcoholics Anonymous "Big Book" says.

    • 10 May 2017
    • 03 Jan 2018
    • 35 sessions
    • Room 3

    AA
    Discussion
    Closed Meeting
    Location: Room 3

    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring weekly meeting on Wednesday evenings at 5:15pm.

    Limited to Group Members. They provide an opportunity for members to share openly with one another on alcoholism and the methods used to achieve and maintain a life of stable sobriety. They are closed to observers.

    These meetings are the most common Twelve Step meeting type. A chairperson will introduce a topic for discussion, after which those attending will have an opportunity, if desired, to share their own experiences and observations about recovery, usually for three to five minutes per "share." "Sharing" is not required of everyone in attendance undefined many choose only to listen. "Take what works and leave the rest," is a comment frequently heard at these meetings.
    • 10 May 2017
    • 03 Jan 2018
    • 35 sessions
    • Room 1

    Al-Anon
    Discussion
    Open Meeting
    Location

    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring weekly meeting on Wednesday evenings at 6:30pm.

    AL-ANON is fellowship of relatives and friends of alcoholics. Al-Anon believes that alcoholism is a family illness and that changed attitudes can aid recovery. Meetings are for family members and those in relationships with alcoholics, and follow a meeting format similar to that of Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, but with different literature and readings.

    These meetings follow the Twelve Step meeting format. A chairperson will introduce a topic for discussion, after which those attending will have an opportunity, if desired, to share their own experiences and observations about recovery, usually for three to five minutes per "share." "Sharing" is not required of everyone in attendance undefined many choose only to listen. "Take what works and leave the rest," is a comment frequently heard at these meetings.

    • 10 May 2017
    • 03 Jan 2018
    • 35 sessions
    • Room 3

    AA
    Meditation 
    Open Meeting
    Location: Room 3

    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring weekly meeting on Wednesday evenings at 6:30pm.

    Open to anyone: Group Members, families, friends and anyone interested in solving a personal drinking problem or helping someone else to solve such a problem.

    These meetings begin with an introduction of approximately ten minutes, followed by 30 minutes of silent meditation, followed by 20 minutes of discussion. "Take what works and leave the rest," is a comment frequently heard at these meetings.

    • 10 May 2017
    • 03 Jan 2018
    • 35 sessions
    • Room 4

    AA
    Discussion: Women's Meeting
    Open Meeting
    Location: Room 4


    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring weekly meeting on Wednesday evenings at 6:30pm.

    Open to anyone: Group Members, families, friends and anyone interested in solving a personal drinking problem or helping someone else to solve such a problem.

    Limited to Women only, in order to focus on special issues of particular interest to women.

    These meetings are the most common Twelve Step meeting type. A chairperson will introduce a topic for discussion, after which those attending will have an opportunity, if desired, to share their own experiences and observations about recovery, usually for three to five minutes per "share." "Sharing" is not required of everyone in attendance undefined many choose only to listen. "Take what works and leave the rest," is a comment frequently heard at these meetings.

    • 10 May 2017
    • 03 Jan 2018
    • 35 sessions
    • Room 3
    AA
    Speaker + Discussion
    Open Meeting
    Location: Room 3

    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring weekly meeting on Wednesday evenings at 8pm.

    Open to anyone: Group Members, families, friends and anyone interested in solving a personal drinking problem or helping someone else to solve such a problem.

    These meetings feature an invited “guest speaker,” with two or more years of recovery, to tell his or her “story” to the group, after which a portion of the time may be set aside for comments on the speaker's story by members. “Our stories disclose in a general way what we used to be like, what happened, and what we are like now,” as the Alcoholics Anonymous “Big Book” says. "Sharing" is not required of everyone in attendance undefined many choose only to listen. "Take what works and leave the rest," is a comment frequently heard at these meetings.
    • 10 May 2017
    • 03 Jan 2018
    • 35 sessions
    • Room 3

    AA
    Discussion
    Open Meeting
    Location: Room 3

    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring weekly meeting on Wednesday evenings at 9:30pm.

    Open to anyone: Group Members, families, friends and anyone interested in solving a personal drinking problem or helping someone else to solve such a problem.

    These meetings are the most common Twelve Step meeting type. A chairperson will introduce a topic for discussion, after which those attending will have an opportunity, if desired, to share their own experiences and observations about recovery, usually for three to five minutes per "share." "Sharing" is not required of everyone in attendance undefined many choose only to listen. "Take what works and leave the rest," is a comment frequently heard at these meetings.

    • 11 May 2017
    • 04 Jan 2018
    • 35 sessions
    • Room 3

    AA
    Discussion
    Open Meeting
    Location: Room 3


    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring weekly meeting on Thursday mornings at 6:30am.

    Open to anyone: Group Members, families, friends and anyone interested in solving a personal drinking problem or helping someone else to solve such a problem.

    These meetings are the most common Twelve Step meeting type. A chairperson will introduce a topic for discussion, after which those attending will have an opportunity, if desired, to share their own experiences and observations about recovery, usually for three to five minutes per "share." "Sharing" is not required of everyone in attendance undefined many choose only to listen. "Take what works and leave the rest," is a comment frequently heard at these meetings.
    • 11 May 2017
    • 04 Jan 2018
    • 35 sessions
    • Room 3

    AA
    Discussion
    Closed Meeting
    Location: Room 3


    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring weekly meeting on Thursdays at 12:15 pm.

    Limited to Group Members. They provide an opportunity for members to share openly with one another on alcoholism and the methods used to achieve and maintain a life of stable sobriety. They are closed to observers.

    A chairperson will introduce a topic for discussion, after which those attending will have an opportunity, if desired, to share their own experiences and observations about recovery, usually for three to five minutes per "share." "Sharing" is not required of everyone in attendance undefined many choose only to listen. "Take what works and leave the rest," is a comment frequently heard at these meetings.
    • 27 May 2017
    • 30 Dec 2017
    • 8 sessions
    • Room 1

    AA
    Birthday Night
    Open Meeting
    Location: Room 1

    Sessions listed to the left indicate recent past and upcoming meeting dates for this recurring monthly meeting on Saturday evenings at 7pm.

    Open to anyone: Group Members, families, friends and anyone interested in solving a personal drinking problem or helping someone else to solve such a problem.

    Birthday meetings are celebrations held monthly to recognize each year of continuous sobriety. Celebrants are presented certificates and bronze "chips" to recognize their sobriety anniversary, and asked to briefly share about their experiences. To be recognized, add your name and sobriety date to the sign-up sheet in the television lounge. First year celebrants also receive a special gift from Lambda Center. Cake and coffee are provided for all after this very special meeting.

Upcoming events

23 Oct 2017 6:30 AM • Room 3
23 Oct 2017 12:00 PM • Room 1
23 Oct 2017 12:15 PM • Room 3
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