SIA does not confirm or otherwise vet meeting information for accuracy or completeness, nor does it check or confirm that particular meetings are being held in compliance with any laws or regulations imposed by the state, local government or meeting facility (including COVID-19 related requirements or other health and safety considerations)
COVID Reopen Confirmedin the Meeting Finder. Check the meeting notes carefully for special instructions (e.g., Outdoor Meeting, Mask Requried, Social Distancing Required, BYO Chair / Book / Coffee). To view today’s REOPENED meetings go to the menu at the top of this page and select
OR use this URL:
(meetings confirmed to have remained open or have reopened):Meetings for which we have no updated information are marked as
COVID Reopen Status Unknownin the Meeting Finder. To view TODAY’s
COVID Reopen Status Unknownmeetings go to the menu at the top of this page and select
(meetings we haven’t heard from one way or another):We are eager to hear from groups that would like to confirm their REOPENED STATUS. Click here for detailed instructions on how to update your group’s listing.
|Lk Ronkonkoma||Bag of Beans||Oct 1st, 7:00pm|
The AA Meeting Guide App is a free of charge meeting finder app for iOS and Android that provides meeting information from hundreds of intergroups and other A.A. service entities, nation-wide, in an easy-to-access format.
Because we are limited in what information we can push to the meeting guide app,
COVID Reopen Status Unknown meetings and
Temporarily Closed meetings will be displayed similarly — both the group name and meeting location will be displayed using strikethrough text. (e.g.
THE STATUS UNKNOWN GROUP)
Here are some useful resourcesPlease note: These resources are intended to provide you with information for your group, not to tell your group what to do. It is up to the group to have an informed group conscience.
We Need Your Group’s Support and Your Help.
For complete instructions on how you can submit an update to your Group’s Listing on the Meeting List, please visit the following link:
This information on HYBRID meetings is here to aid your group’s discussion on how best to resume regular meetings. It is not meant as a recommendation or a guide on what to do.
As groups resume regular face to face meetings, the question arises of what to do with their online meetings?
A HYBRID meeting is the practice of holding a regular face to face meeting and an online meeting simultaneously as one single blended or HYBRID meeting.PROS:
OR use this URL:
There are many thorny issues to contend with in deciding when and how best to re-open your group’s meetings.
Please note: These resources are intended to provide you with information for your group, not to tell your group what to do. It is up to the group to have an informed group conscience.
Here are some useful resources
|Questions to Consider Before Reopening|
We are posting other areas’ info and guidance to their members.
We are in no way adopting or endorsing these other areas’ guidance. We are simply re-posting here as an aid to your own group’s discussion.
Area 48 (Hudson, Mohawk, Berkshire) has released this Ad-Hoc Committee Report to assist its members in discussing reopening.
|Federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)||www.cdc.gov|
|New York State Department of Health||coronavirus.health.ny.gov|
|Suffolk County Department of Health||www.suffolkcountyny.gov/health|