SIA Hotline Volunteer Info

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Introduction

Thank You for Your

It is vitally important that you read the information in this manual PRIOR to receiving Hotline calls. You are trying to save lives. Don’t take a chance.

Even if YOU have taken the Hotline many times before – Please READ the info.

Hotline Tips

  1. READ the front part of the book BEFORE you answer the phones!
  2. NO ANSWERING MACHINES: pick up promptly.
  3. You are a facilitator — don’t speak with any single person for more than 10 minutes.
  4. Use your judgment on whether or not the person needs real help or is just bored and wants someone to chat with.
  5. In the middle of the night, try to handle calls yourself. Don’t wake someone up to talk to a drunk who is “in the bottle.” Give the person a task and tell them to call back in the morning.
  6. DO NOT give out ANYONE’S number. YOU call the 12 stepper and he/she will call person needing help.
  7. DO NOT leave a message on anyone’s phone. (Anonymity)
  8. We will provide a ride to a meeting for out of town visitors, a newcomer for a first meeting, or someone just out of rehab. If the person has a home group or a list of names, have him call one of those names. We are not a taxi service.
  9. Fill out log AS DIRECTED.
  10. Read directions in Hotline book PRIOR to taking your first call.

How to Fill Out Log Sheet

FYI: If a person calls and speaks in a sexually abusive manner, you DO NOT have to be subjected to that. Simply hang up the phone. DO NOT ENGAGE. If the calls continue, feel free to use the whistle attached to this manual. Use your best judgment; remember the caller may be a sick and suffering alcoholic. “Some people are sicker than others.” Document the incidents on the log sheet.
  1. Date of Service
  2. Time of Call
  3. Name of Caller (optional)
  4. Phone Number of Caller
  5. Reason for Call
    1. Requests meeting info
    2. Needs a ride (see page)
    3. Requests AA info (other than meeting info)
    4. Requests other info (i.e. Al Anon, Heroin Anonymous, Talbot House #, etc.)
    5. Wants to talk to another alcoholic
    6. Pervert
  6. Additional notes( optional)
  7. Name of AA member contacted and Home Group
  8. Action to be taken
Scenario:
On Thursday 7/17, Mrs. Smith called for help because her daughter is drinking too much. She wants someone from AA to talk to her and bring her to a meeting. What to do?
Hotline Operator: Explain that you cannot talk to the daughter unless the daughter makes the call and requests help for herself. Encourage the mother to call Al Anon and provide her with that number.
Log Sheet would indicate:
Date Time Smith Phone # Reason Note
7/17 8:30 PM Smith no # provided help for daughter Provided Al Anon #

Hotline DO's

Your commitment begins at approximately 8 AM or 8 PM. Your district phone captain (or substitute) will call you to make sure your telephone is receiving the Hotline calls made to (631) 669-1124. If you have not gotten the verification call by 8:10 AM or 8:10 PM, please contact your district phone captain or your group phone person. Those numbers should be on the Hotline phone sheet on the first page of this manual.
  1. Answer your phone promptly. DO NOT let the call go to the answering machine. Keep your line free. Keep incoming calls brief.
  2. Announce yourself: “This is (your first name). May I help you?” Please try to sound interested and happy to be of service. Your tone sets the tone. Remember the caller may be suffering.
  3. Be patient and listen with compassion. Does the caller want help for himself or for a family member with an alcohol problem? Refer family members to Al Anon. Remember this is a program of attraction, not promotion. Do not talk for a long period of time (10-15 minutes tops), let a local 12 Step volunteer talk to them. You don’t want to tie up the Hotline and prevent other calls from coming in.
  4. Get the caller’s name, telephone number and area he lives in. WRITE it on the BACK of the Log Sheet. If there is a THREAT OF SUICIDE and it persists, keep the person talking, try to get name, address and phone number and call the POLICE on another line or call 911 IMMEDIATELY upon hanging up. In case of a medical emergency, DTs, convulsion, etc., have someone call 911. Give authorities the nature of the problem and the telephone number of the caller and follow any suggestions given. DON’T PANIC.
  5. Assure the caller that someone will be contacting him in a short time the same day or evening.
  6. Terminate the call. “Thank you for calling AA. Good-bye, (caller’s name).
  7. Call an AA volunteer in the caller’s area. Men with the men, women with the women. Keep calling until you get a positive response. DO NOT LEAVE A MESSAGE on an answering machine! If you get no satisfaction in the caller’s area, try a neighboring town. (See maps in manual for adjacent locations)
  8. Record the name, telephone number and Home Group of the person who responded positively to your call on the BACK of the log sheet.
  9. Please record any needed changes in the 12 Step Call list information in your book and notify your group phone captain or district phone captain. He will forward that vital information to other captains so that all the Hotline books can be corrected. Changes to be noted may include wrong numbers, incorrect availability times, person no longer able to provide service, etc.
    Use your best judgment.
  10. Deliver your book and the Log sheet to the next appropriate person on the Hotline list. You have 24 hours to accomplish that.
Make sure you are clear about what AA can and cannot do:
  1. We cannot give attendance reports for those people mandated by the courts to AA.
  2. We cannot provide any acknowledgement of AA affiliation.
  3. We are not a taxi service. If someone wants a ride to a meeting, advise him to call a member of his Home Group. The Hotline is not the appropriate vehicle for a ride to a meeting.
  4. We WILL provide contact with an AA volunteer and possible ride for a newcomer, a sick and suffering alcoholic or an out of town visitor.
If the caller requests a speaker and/ or literature, refer him to the SIA office at 631 654 1150. Business hours are 9AM – 3PM Monday through Friday; 9 AM – 1 PM Saturday.

Hotline DO NOTS

  1. NEVER give out anyone’s name or telephone number from the 12 Step Call list. This information is confidential. It is only for your use to refer calls for help. If the caller insists on speaking to a certain person and you have that person’s telephone number, take the caller’s name and number and YOU call the person and give them the message. DO NOT GIVE OUT ANY NAMES OR NUMBERS!
  2. NEVER give out anyone’s last name, even to another member of AA. This is an anonymous program. Each person may decide for HIMSELF whether to use his last name or not. It is not your decision to make.
  3. DO NOT identify yourself as the AA Hotline to whomever answers the phone. Make sure you are speaking ONLY to the AA volunteer before announcing who you are.
  4. ONLY relay calls for help from sick and suffering alcoholics.
  5. Do not relay requests for rides from local AA members. Suggest, kindly, that he call a member of his home group. The Hotline is NOT a taxi service. Visiting AA members should be referred to a person on the list from the nearest local group. Only AA visitors, newcomers, rehab and detox releases should get priority treatment for rides.
  6. It is not advised that you give out your own telephone number to callers. Suggest the caller continue to call the AA Hotline number: 631 669 1124.
  7. DO NOT ACCEPT COLLECT CALLS.
  8. DO NOT leave a message on any answering machine.
  9. DO NOT leave the phone unattended. DO NOT let your answering machine pick up. Your commitment is only for 12 hours. Be present. You are saving lives.

General Instructions

  • Calls related to PRISON INMATES seeking pre-release information should be referred to the “Bridging the Gap” Program of Suffolk General Services.. Take caller’s information and relay that info to {corrections chair?}. Inform caller that someone will be in touch with him.
  • Jail releases and/or questions regarding corrections should be referred to Kevin, the SIA Corrections chair. He can be contacted through the SIA office (631 654 1150) or at www.correct@suffolkny-aa.org.
  • Questions about meetings: times, locations, types of meetings, etc. should be handled by you. A current meeting list book for Suffolk Co. and for Nassau Co. are located in the back of this manual. Inform caller that meeting list info is also available on the SIA website: www.suffolkny-aa.org
  • Suffolk Co Spanish Intergroup Office is located at:
    • 82 Main Street
    • Patchogue, NY
    • 631 639 4181
  • Hearing Impaired Relay: Deaf/Hearing Impaired to Hearing person: 1800 662 1220
  • Requests for Interventions should be referred to:
    • NYS Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse
    • 1 800 522 5353
    • www.oasas.state.ny.us/index.cfm
  • For other NON-Alcoholic, emotional, psychological problems or non alcoholics who just want to talk to someone, refer callers to
    • Suffolk County Crisis Center
    • 24 Hour Response Hotline
    • 751 7500

Foreign Language Speakers

The following AA members are available to take Hotline calls from speakers of other languages:
Language Name Area Phone
German Brigitte M Lindenhurst 631 957 8069
Portuguese Manny North Babylon 631 587 6628
Polish Russian Ukrainian Darek Copiague 631 943 6749
Arnulfo Spanish Brentwood/CI 347 582 7718

Telephone Info

  1. If your home, cell phone has “Home Voice Mail” When the Hotline is connected to your home, your service will remain in place. This means that if someone calls the Hotline, your machine will pick up and the caller will have access to any information you have on your outgoing message. It is suggested that you temporarily turn off your answering machine. DO NOT LET THE HOTLINE GO TO YOUR ANSWERING MACHINE.
  2. If your home phone has “Anonymous Call Rejection” This service blocks all incoming calls that originate from a private number. We ask that you deactivate this feature by dialing (*87) for the 12 hour period you have the Hotline. To re-activate this service, dial (*77) when your commitment is completed
  3. If you would like to use the “Per Call Blocking Service” If you would like to block your telephone number when calling back a 12 Step Call, dial (*67). This will prevent the person you are calling to view your home telephone on the “Caller ID”. If the person you are calling back has “Anonymous Call Rejection”, you must hang up and redial without using (*67). If you would like to cancel “Call Waiting” If you are calling back a 12 Step Call and do not want to be interrupted, dial (*70) to deactivate “Call Waiting.” This must be done for each call you make.
  4. If the telephone you call has “All Call Blocking” or “Anonymous Call Rejection” This service blocks your name and telephone number from appearing on or getting through to a telephone with “Caller ID”, if your phone is private. If the telephone you call has this feature, you must release your home number by dialing (*82) each time you make a call.
  5. If you have “Restricted/ Limited Service” Please be sure of your regional or long distance service. You may be responsible for calling outside the area that your service allows, to follow up or contact someone for a 12 Step Call.
  6. The Hotline does NOT have “Call Waiting”. Your home telephone will continue to receive calls while you may be on the Hotline. If more than one person tries to call the Hotline, they will get a busy signal and may not call back. Please make your calls short, but efficient so you can help as many people as possible.

Numbers to be GIVEN OUT TO CALLERS

Intergroups / Gen Svce Offices / Hotlines

AA Entity Phone Website
Suffolk SIA Hotline 631-669-1124
Suffolk SIA Office 631-654-1150 suffolkny-aa.org
Nassau Co Hotline 516-292-3040
Nassau Intergroup 516-292-3045 nassauny-aa.org
Brooklyn Hotline 718-851-3039
Brooklyn 718-851-3039 brooklynintergroup.org
Orange Co 845-534-8525 orangenyaa.org
Rockland Co 845 352 1112 rocklandnyaa.org
Sullivan 866 498 5686 scia-aa.com
New York City 212 647 1680 nyintergroup.org
SENY 718 665 1253 aaseny.org
AA General Services 212 870 3400 aa.org

Spanish Language Entities

AA Entity Phone Website
Spanish Suffolk Intergroup 631-639-4181
Spanish Speaking Nassau 516-223-9590
Spanish Speaking NYC 212-647-1680

Al Anon and Alateen

AA EntityPhoneWebsite
Suffolk631-669-2827
Nassau516-433-8003
NYC212-941-0094

Other 12 Step Fellowships

Heroin Anon (Angela) 631 682 6686
Cocaine Anon Hotline 800 347 8998
Narcotics Anonymous 631 689 6262
Nar-Anon Hotline 631 582 6465
Debtors Anonymous 212 969 8111
Gamblers Anonymous 855 222 5542
Child Abuse 800 342 3720
Domestic Violence 631 329 2200
Rape Hotline 631 360 3607
Suicide Hotline 631 751 7500
Violence Shelter 631 666 8833

Sobering Up Stations

a safe place – no money needed

Suffolk Talbot House 30 Carlough Road Bohemia, NY 11716 631 589 4144
Nassau Maryhaven Center of Hope (formerly) New Hope Crisis Center Freeport, NY 516 546 7070

Medical Detox

Available for Acute Alcohol Withdrawal

Southside Hospital Bay Shore, NY 631 698 3000
Huntington Hospital Huntington, NY 631 351 2000
Stony Brook University Hospital Stony Brook, NY 631 689 8333
Good Samaritan Hospital West Islip, NY 631 346 4444
Brookhaven Memorial Hospital Patchogue, NY 631 854 1222
Southampton Hospital Southampton, NY 631 726 8200
Mather Memorial Hospital Port Jefferson, NY 631 331 8200
St. Charles Hospital Port Jefferson, NY 631 474 6000
Eastern Long Island Hospital Greenport, NY 631 477 1000

Suffolk County - Detox Facilities

Suffolk County – Detox Facilities
Agency Phone City Website
Catholic Charities – Talbot House 631-589-4144 Bohemia http://www.catholiccharities.cc/index.html
Catholic Charities – Alcohol & Substance Abuse Services 631-543-6200 Commack http://www.catholiccharities.cc/index.html
Quannacut Detoxification Program 631-369-8977 Greenport http://www.elih.ora/
Mather Memorial Hospital Alcoholism/Substance Abuse/Detox 631-476-2747 Port Jefferson http://www.matherhospital.com/

Suffolk County - Inpatient Facilities

Suffolk County – Inpatient Facilities
Agency Phone City Website
Quannacut Inpatient Rehabilitation Program 631-369-8977 Greenport http://www.elih.org/
Charles K. Post Addiction Treatment Center 631-434-7200 West Brentwood http://www.oasas.state.ny.us/atc

Suffolk County - Residential Facilities

Suffolk County – Residential Facilities
Agency Phone City Website
Outreach Project – Outreach House II 631-231-3232 Brentwood http://opiny.ora/
Morning Star Community 631-643-0849 Dix Hills http://www.goodsheperdsistersna.com/
Phoenix Houses of LI – Hauppauge Center 631-979-0922 Hauppauge http://www.phoenixhouse.com/
Phoenix Houses of LI. Ronkonkoma Center, Women’s Program 631-471-5666 Lake Ronkonkoma http://www.phoenixhouse.com/
Phoenix Houses of Li – Mother and Child Program 631-471-5666 Lake Ronkonkoma http://www.phoenixhouse.com/
Phoenix Houses of LI – Male Facility 631-537-2891 Wainscott http://www.phoenixhouse.com/
Phoenix Houses of LI – Phoenix Academy 631-537-2891 Wainscott http://www.phoenixhouse.com/
Phoenix Houses of LI – Brentwood Mental Health Services 631-306-5710 West Brentwood http://www.phoenixhouse.com/
Phoenix Houses of Li – Brentwood Reclaim/Aftercare 631-306-5700 West Brentwood http://www.phoenixhouse.com/

Suffolk County - Day Treatment Facilities

Suffolk County – Day Treatment Facilities
Agency Phone City Website
Outreach Project – Women’s Day Treatment 631-286-0700 Bellport http://opiny.org/
Catholic Charities Chemical Dependency Services 631-543-6200 Commack http://www.catholiccharities.cc
Daytop Adolescent Day Treatment 631-351-7112 Huntington http://www.daytop.org/

Suffolk County - Outpatient Facilities Agency

Islip
Suffolk County. Outpatient Facilities Agency
Agency Phone City
Hope for Youth Family Service Center 831-842-7900 Amityville
Website:: http://www.hlyny.org/
Town of Babylon Divison of Drug & Alcohol Services 681-789-8700 Amityville
Family Recovery Center 631-647-3100 Bay Shore
Outreach Project Adult Outpatient Services 631-286-0700 Bellport
Website:: http://www.opiny.org/
Acceso Alcoholism Clinic 631-436-6065
Brentwood Access Dually Diagnosed Program 631-436-6066 Brentwood
YMCA Family Services 631-580-7777 Centereach
Website:: http://www.ymcali.org
Catholic Charities Chemical Dependency Services 631-543-3200 Commack
Website:: http://www.catholiccharities.cc
Family Recovery Center 631-329-3919 East Hampton
Website:: http://www.fsl-li.org/
Phoenix Houses of LI – East Hampton OP 601-329-0373 East Hampton
Website:: http://www.phoenixhouse.org/
Family Recovery Center – Brookhaven Family Center 631-924-3741 East Yaphank
Website:: http://www.fsl-li.org/
Catholic Charities Chemical Dependency Services 631-723-3362 Hampton Bays
Website:: http://www.catholiccharities.cc
Daytop Suffolk Outreach 631-351-7112 Huntington
Website:: http://www.daytop.org/
Huntington Drug & Alcohol Project 631-271-3591 Huntington
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Pederson-Krag Center 631-920-8002 Huntington
Website:: http://www.pedersonkrag.org/
Access Drug Treatment 631-224-5330
YMCA, The Place 631-261-2670 Northport
Website:: http://www.ymcali.org/
Brookhaven Memorial Hospital Medical Center – Alcoholism Services 631-854-1222 Patchogue
Website:: http://www.brookhavenhospital.org
Mather Memorial Hospital Alcoholism/Substance Abuse 631-331-8200 Port Jefferson Station
Website:: http://www.matherhospital.com/alcohol.html
Alternatives: East End Counseling Centers, Inc. 631-369-1200 >Riverhead

Suffolk County - Opioid Treatment Svces (Methadone)

Suffolk County – Opioid Treatment Svces (Methadone)
Agency Phone Website
Hauppauge Intake and Maintenance Program 631-853-8500 http://www.co.suffolk.ny.us/departments
East End Methadone Maintenance Program 631-852-2680 http://www.co.suffolk.ny.us/departments

Phone Numbers to Online Meetings

Please help us keep this list current by letting us know if any of these numbers are incorrect or unreachable.

DayNameType
TimePhoneRegion
SundaySUNRISE REFLECTIONS (PHONE)
06:15 AM(605) 313-5315 PIN: 266 443# SAINT JAMES
SundaySUNRISE SOBRIETY (ONLINE) Big Book
06:45 AM(646) 558-8656 PIN: 691 630 673# PWD: 850366#CENTER MORICHES
SundayEYE OPENER (ONLINE) Mens
07:00 AM(929) 436-2866 PIN: 982 9311 1250# PWD: 521231#EAST NORTHPORT
SundayEYE OPENER (ONLINE) Women’s
07:00 AM(929) 436-2866 PIN: 945 3738 7870# PWD: 788615#EAST NORTHPORT
SundayREFLECTIONS ’90
08:00 AM(646) 558 8656 PIN: 417 606 6161# PWD: 6318754849#RIVERHEAD
SundaySUNRISE SOBRIETY (ONLINE) Mens
08:00 AM(646) 558-8656 PIN: 202 548 779# PWD: 889048#CENTER MORICHES
SundaySUNDAY STEP
11:30 AM(929) 436-2866 PIN: 625 731 737# EAST HAMPTON
SundayBRENTWOOD LADIES GROUP Women’s Beginners
05:00 PM(646) 558-8656 PIN: 965 7284 2469# BRENTWOOD
SundayBRENTWOOD LADIES GROUP Women’s
06:00 PM(646) 558-8656 PIN: 604 823 002# BRENTWOOD
SundayLAKE RONKONKOMA GROUP Big Book
06:45 PM(646) 558-8656 PIN: 850 6845 3181# ACCESS#: 535388#LAKE RONKONKOMA
SundayTHE LITTLE RED SCHOOLHOUSE GROUP Meditation
07:00 PM(540) 835-0174 PIN: 364 022 227# SAINT JAMES
SundayCUTCHOGUE SUNDAY
07:30 PM(631) 766-3661 PIN: 631 143 1023# PWD: Cutchogue#CUTCHOGUE
SundayBELLPORT GROUP
07:30 PM(929) 205-6099 PIN: 364 969 933# PWD: 422921#BELLPORT
SundayNEIGHBORHOOD SOBRIETY Beginners
07:30 PM(502) 430-2829 PIN: 389 359 014# MASTIC BEACH
MondaySUNRISE SOBRIETY Beginners
06:00 AM(929) 205-6099 PIN: 605 245 1111# PWD: 428950#BAY SHORE
MondaySUNRISE REFLECTIONS (PHONE)
06:15 AM(605) 313-5315 PIN: 266 443# SAINT JAMES
MondaySUNRISE SOBRIETY (ONLINE) Living Sober
06:45 AM(646) 558-8656 PIN: 691 630 673# PWD: 850366#CENTER MORICHES
MondayEYE OPENER (ONLINE)
07:00 AM(929) 436-2866 PIN: 968 5391 0721# PWD: 521231#EAST NORTHPORT
MondayKEEP IT SIMPLE (PHONE) Daily Reflections
07:00 AM(978) 990-5000 ACCESS#: 891 721#SHELTER ISLAND
MondaySPIRITUAL SOLUTION Beginners
07:30 AM(515) 604-9094 PIN: 790 452 210# SAG HARBOR
MondayWOMEN’S BACK TO BASICS
07:30 AM(978) 435-0386 PIN: 470 509 931# SUFFOLK
MondayTHE ONLY REQUIREMENT
12:15 PM(240) 397-5311 PIN: 541 313 606# SHIRLEY
MondayWAINSCOTT LINCOLN & LEE
01:00 PM929 436 2866 PIN: 553 131 814# ACCESS#: 860059#WAINSCOTT
MondayMONDAY CLOSED DISCUSSION GROUP
01:00 PM(646) 558-8656 PIN: 862 3905 0147# PWD: 502128#SOUTHAMPTON
MondaySMITHTOWN SERENITY Beginners
06:30 PM(929) 436-2866 PIN: 431 393 3180# PWD: serenity#SMITHTOWN
MondayST. JAMES GROUP
07:00 PM(858) 345-6725 PIN: 612 896 653# SAINT JAMES
MondayDOING IT YOUNG
07:00 PM(646) 876-9923 PIN: 851 329 515# AMITYVILLE
MondayHUNTINGTON STATION NEW LIFE
07:00 PM(929) 436-2866 PIN: 253 179 384# PWD: 777#HUNTINGTON STATION
MondaySOBRIETY UNLIMITED Big Book
07:15 PM(929) 436 2866 PIN: 380 514 478# PWD: 918048#SHOREHAM
TuesdaySUNRISE SOBRIETY Living Sober
06:00 AM(929) 205-6099 PIN: 605 245 1111# PWD: 428950#BAY SHORE
TuesdaySUNRISE REFLECTIONS (PHONE)
06:15 AM(605) 313-5315 PIN: 266 443# SAINT JAMES
TuesdaySUNRISE SOBRIETY (ONLINE) Daily Reflections
06:45 AM(646) 558-8656 PIN: 691 630 673# PWD: 850366#CENTER MORICHES
TuesdayEYE OPENER (ONLINE)
07:00 AM(929) 436-2866 PIN: 968 5391 0721# PWD: 521231#EAST NORTHPORT
TuesdayKEEP IT SIMPLE (PHONE)
07:00 AM(978) 990-5000 ACCESS#: 891 721#SHELTER ISLAND
TuesdayWOMEN’S BACK TO BASICS
07:30 AM(978) 435-0386 PIN: 470 509 931# SUFFOLK
TuesdaySPIRITUAL SOLUTION
07:30 AM(515) 604-9094 PIN: 790 452 210# SAG HARBOR
TuesdayTHE ONLY REQUIREMENT
12:15 PM(240) 397-5311 PIN: 541 313 606# SHIRLEY
TuesdayTHE SMITH-WILSON GROUP
01:00 PM(929) 436-2866 PIN: 116 733 466# ACCESS#: 370982#MONTAUK
TuesdayRIVERHEAD GROUP Big Book
06:45 PM(515) 882-0190 PIN: 989 8590 5907# PWD: 869937#RIVERHEAD
TuesdayLAKE RONKONKOMA GROUP
06:45 PM(646) 558-8656 PIN: 850 6845 3181# ACCESS#: 535388#LAKE RONKONKOMA
TuesdaySUNRISE SOBRIETY (ONLINE)
07:00 PM(646) 558-8656 PIN: 369 437 303# PWD: 039778#CENTER MORICHES
TuesdayTHE LITTLE RED SCHOOLHOUSE GROUP Big Book
07:00 PM(540) 835-0174 PIN: 364 022 227# SAINT JAMES
TuesdaySERENITY Beginners
07:00 PM(929) 436-2866 PIN: 937 9145 8968# EAST NORTHPORT
TuesdayGREENLAWN HUNTINGTON STA.
07:00 PM(347) 773-0220 PIN: 266 098 222# GREENLAWN
TuesdaySUNRISE REFLECTIONS (PHONE) Big Book
07:30 PM(605) 313-5315 PIN: 266 443# SAINT JAMES
WednesdaySUNRISE SOBRIETY Big Book
06:00 AM(929) 205-6099 PIN: 605 245 1111# PWD: 428950#BAY SHORE
WednesdaySUNRISE REFLECTIONS (PHONE)
06:15 AM(605) 313-5315 PIN: 266 443# SAINT JAMES
WednesdaySUNRISE SOBRIETY (ONLINE) Beginners
06:45 AM(646) 558-8656 PIN: 691 630 673# PWD: 850366#CENTER MORICHES
WednesdayEYE OPENER (ONLINE)
07:00 AM(929) 436-2866 PIN: 968 5391 0721# PWD: 521231#EAST NORTHPORT
WednesdayKEEP IT SIMPLE (PHONE) Daily Reflections
07:00 AM(978) 990-5000 ACCESS#: 891 721#SHELTER ISLAND
WednesdayWOMEN’S BACK TO BASICS
07:30 AM(978) 435-0386 PIN: 470 509 931# SUFFOLK
WednesdaySPIRITUAL SOLUTION
07:30 AM(515) 604-9094 PIN: 790 452 210# SAG HARBOR
WednesdayTHE ONLY REQUIREMENT Daily Reflections
12:15 PM(240) 397-5311 PIN: 541 313 606# SHIRLEY
WednesdayWAINSCOTT LINCOLN & LEE Big Book
01:00 PM929 436 2866 PIN: 553 131 814# ACCESS#: 860059#WAINSCOTT
WednesdayBRENTWOOD LADIES GROUP Women’s
06:00 PM(646) 558-8656 PIN: 667 893 124# BRENTWOOD
WednesdayVALLEY 8 O’CLOCK Beginners
06:45 PM(929) 205-6099 PIN: 609 004 671# EAST NORTHPORT
WednesdayST. JAMES GROUP Big Book
07:00 PM(858) 345-6725 PIN: 612 896 653# SAINT JAMES
WednesdayNEIGHBORHOOD SOBRIETY Big Book
07:30 PM(502) 430-2829 PIN: 389 359 014# MASTIC BEACH
WednesdaySHELTER ISLAND GROUP
07:30 PM(646) 558 8656 PIN: 687 535 2258# SHELTER ISLAND
WednesdayTHE SMITH-WILSON GROUP
08:00 PM(929) 436-2866 PIN: 115 649 907# ACCESS#: 692971#MONTAUK
WednesdaySTONY BROOK FREETHINKERS Agnostic
08:00 PM(929) 436-2866 PIN: 843 5088 8563# PWD: 297082#STONY BROOK
WednesdaySWEET AIR
08:15 PM(530) 421-9035 PIN: 146 974 011# MELVILLE
ThursdaySUNRISE SOBRIETY Daily Reflections
06:00 AM(929) 205-6099 PIN: 605 245 1111# PWD: 428950#BAY SHORE
ThursdaySUNRISE REFLECTIONS (PHONE)
06:15 AM(605) 313-5315 PIN: 266 443# SAINT JAMES
ThursdaySUNRISE SOBRIETY (ONLINE)
06:45 AM(646) 558-8656 PIN: 691 630 673# PWD: 850366#CENTER MORICHES
ThursdayEYE OPENER (ONLINE)
07:00 AM(929) 436-2866 PIN: 968 5391 0721# PWD: 521231#EAST NORTHPORT
ThursdayKEEP IT SIMPLE (PHONE) Big Book
07:00 AM(978) 990-5000 ACCESS#: 891 721#SHELTER ISLAND
ThursdayWOMEN’S BACK TO BASICS
07:30 AM(978) 435-0386 PIN: 470 509 931# SUFFOLK
ThursdaySPIRITUAL SOLUTION
07:30 AM(515) 604-9094 PIN: 790 452 210# SAG HARBOR
ThursdaySMITHTOWN SERENITY
10:00 AM(929) 436-2866 PIN: 431 393 3180# PWD: serenity#SMITHTOWN
ThursdayTHE ONLY REQUIREMENT Beginners
12:15 PM(240) 397-5311 PIN: 541 313 606# SHIRLEY
ThursdayGREENLAWN HUNTINGTON STA. Big Book
07:00 PM(347) 773-0220 PIN: 266 098 222# GREENLAWN
ThursdayHUNTINGTON STATION NEW LIFE Beginners
07:00 PM(929) 436-2866 PIN: 253 179 384# PWD: 777#HUNTINGTON STATION
ThursdayBELLPORT GROUP Beginners
07:00 PM(929) 205-6099 PIN: 364 969 933# PWD: 422921#BELLPORT
ThursdayBAY SHORE FREETHINKERS Agnostic
07:30 PM(530) 425-6625‬ PIN: 447 762 087# BAY SHORE
ThursdaySMITHTOWN SERENITY Big Book
07:30 PM(929) 436-2866 PIN: 431 393 3180# PWD: serenity#SMITHTOWN
ThursdayTHE SMITH-WILSON GROUP
08:00 PM(929) 436-2866 PIN: 377 870 869# ACCESS#: 240613#MONTAUK
FridaySUNRISE SOBRIETY As Bill Sees It
06:00 AM(929) 205-6099 PIN: 605 245 1111# PWD: 428950#BAY SHORE
FridaySUNRISE REFLECTIONS (PHONE)
06:15 AM(605) 313-5315 PIN: 266 443# SAINT JAMES
FridaySUNRISE SOBRIETY (ONLINE)
06:45 AM(646) 558-8656 PIN: 691 630 673# PWD: 850366#CENTER MORICHES
FridayKEEP IT SIMPLE (PHONE)
07:00 AM(978) 990-5000 ACCESS#: 891 721#SHELTER ISLAND
FridayEYE OPENER (ONLINE) Big Book
07:00 AM(929) 436-2866 PIN: 968 5391 0721# PWD: 521231#EAST NORTHPORT
FridayWOMEN’S BACK TO BASICS
07:30 AM(978) 435-0386 PIN: 470 509 931# SUFFOLK
FridaySPIRITUAL SOLUTION Big Book
07:30 AM(515) 604-9094 PIN: 790 452 210# SAG HARBOR
FridayTHE ONLY REQUIREMENT Big Book
12:15 PM(240) 397-5311 PIN: 541 313 606# SHIRLEY
FridayFREEDOM FROM FEAR
06:00 PM(929) 205-6099 PIN: 504 706 298# NORTHPORT
FridayRIVERHEAD GROUP Beginners
06:00 PM(929) 436-2866 PIN: 959 7114 4125# PWD: 023267#RIVERHEAD
FridayTHE ROCKY POINT UNITY GROUP Beginners
07:00 PM(402) 824-0258 PIN: 705 336 354# ROCKY POINT
FridaySERENITY
07:00 PM(929) 436-2866 PIN: 937 9145 8968# EAST NORTHPORT
FridayTHE LITTLE RED SCHOOLHOUSE GROUP
07:00 PM(540) 835-0174 PIN: 364 022 227# SAINT JAMES
FridaySOBRIETY UNLIMITED
07:15 PM(929) 436 2866 PIN: 380 514 478# PWD: 918048#SHOREHAM
FridaySPIRITUAL CIRCLE GROUP
07:30 PM(570) 554-0159 PIN: 614 095 850# MASTIC BEACH
FridayFRIDAY NIGHT AT SOUTHAMPTON
07:30 PM(646) 568-7788 PIN: 175 307 047# SOUTHAMPTON
FridayNEW BEGINNINGS Living Sober Beginners
07:30 PM(646) 558 8656 PIN: 520 556 4408# SHELTER ISLAND
FridaySTONY BROOK FREETHINKERS Agnostic
08:00 PM(929) 436-2866 PIN: 843 5088 8563# PWD: 297082#STONY BROOK
FridayLAKE RONKONKOMA GROUP
08:00 PM(646) 558-8656 PIN: 850 6845 3181# ACCESS#: 535388#LAKE RONKONKOMA
FridayNEIGHBORHOOD SOBRIETY
10:00 PM(502) 430-2829 PIN: 389 359 014# MASTIC BEACH
SaturdaySUNRISE REFLECTIONS (PHONE)
06:15 AM(605) 313-5315 PIN: 266 443# SAINT JAMES
SaturdaySUNRISE SOBRIETY (ONLINE)
06:45 AM(646) 558-8656 PIN: 691 630 673# PWD: 850366#CENTER MORICHES
SaturdaySUNRISE SOBRIETY
07:00 AM(929) 205-6099 PIN: 605 245 1111# PWD: 428950#BAY SHORE
SaturdayEYE OPENER (ONLINE) Beginners
07:00 AM(929) 436-2866 PIN: 968 5391 0721# PWD: 521231#EAST NORTHPORT
SaturdaySUNRISE SOBRIETY (ONLINE) Women’s
08:00 AM(646) 558-8656 PIN: 678 316 314# PWD: 003597#CENTER MORICHES
SaturdaySPIRITUAL SOLUTION
08:30 AM(515) 604-9094 PIN: 790 452 210# SAG HARBOR
SaturdayTHE ONLY REQUIREMENT
12:15 PM(240) 397-5311 PIN: 541 313 606# SHIRLEY
SaturdayVALLEY 8 O’CLOCK Big Book
06:45 PM(929) 205-6099 PIN: 609 004 671# EAST NORTHPORT
SaturdayHUNTINGTON STATION NEW LIFE Daily Reflections
07:00 PM(929) 436-2866 PIN: 253 179 384# PWD: 777#HUNTINGTON STATION
SaturdayTHE ROCKY POINT UNITY GROUP
07:00 PM(402) 824-0258 PIN: 705 336 354# ROCKY POINT
SaturdaySMITHTOWN SERENITY
07:30 PM(929) 436-2866 PIN: 431 393 3180# PWD: serenity#SMITHTOWN
SaturdaySHELTER ISLAND GROUP
07:30 PM(646) 558 8656 PIN: 885 7254 2344# SHELTER ISLAND
SaturdayVALLEY 8 O’CLOCK
08:00 PM(929) 205-6099 PIN: 609 004 671# EAST NORTHPORT
SaturdayTHE SMITH-WILSON GROUP
08:00 PM(929) 436-2866 PIN: 532 272 602# ACCESS#: 556423#MONTAUK