I’d like to remind that this blog is designed not only to post news but also “hear” from you all. So please feel free to contact us at any time with any concerns, ideas, news, updates, information etc. Anything that pertains to our fellowship, our recovery and our lives as a whole – this is your space to share. How to do it? Just email your message to editor at:
Thank you for all your support!
Would you be the right person to take care of this thing? Shouldn’t
take too much of your time.
Thanks for your reply! I was on your page
(https://northoakaa.com/aa-related-links-and-recources/) and the link
wasn’t working when I was on there earlier as it returned ‘Page Not
Foud” error. I hope that helps.By the way, I volunteered with a couple groups last semester that I
think would be great to include on your page as well. They’re both
dedicated organizations who work to better the community through
volunteering and health awareness: _________.com, who raises
awareness on the dangers of addiction and helps university students
stay drug-free________.gov, and ______.gov,
who also promotes better health on university campuses
Could you support them on your page, too?Thanks again and have a wonderful day!
Whats the address
northoakaa says:June 22, 2016 at 8:00 am
Thank you for emailing us. The address is 7125 Broadway, Gladstone, Mo 64118 phone number is 816.436.9706. Click on the google map at the bottom of the screen from your mobile phone for directions.
Hope to see you soon!
Hello to the North Oak AA group,
I’m a nursing student here in KC. One of the class assignment for this Mental Health semester is to observe a supportive-therapeutive group and watch and learn how the group functions to help each other.
Would it be alright if I attend the Thursday 8pm open group?
If yes, is there anything I should know before attending? Dress code? Bring snacks? Observe quietly?
Thanks so much for your time,
northoakaa says:June 26, 2016 at 5:00pm
A lot of nursing students attend our open meetings. We welcome you to come! The open meetings on Tuesdays & Thursdays at 8pm is a Alcoholics Anonymous book study and open discussion meeting. There is no dress code. No snacks. Yes, please observe quietly. We share one a a time in a circle, when it comes your turn to speak simply introduce yourself by, say you’re a nursing student, you can pass and not share or if you have questions for the group please ask them.
Saturday at 8pm is also an open meeeting where we have birthday celebrants speak. Members with 1 year or more of sobriety share their stories of how they got sober and how their lives have changed as a result of living the AA program.
Look forward to seeing you!
thanks for the info on this page, just got out of WRDCC been down for 2 years for d&d haven’t gotten a phone yet so will have to email.Possibly looking for ride to some meetings. live by Davidson Elementary. any info would be great
northoakaa says:June 17, 2016 at 4:30pm
Thank you for reaching out and emailing us. You can download an app on your computer to make calls, just google to find one compatible with your computer. I would call the hall between 30-45 minutes before the meeting you would like to attend, phone number is 816.436.9706. Ask if there is a man that would be willing to pick you up and bring you. Once you are there is it much easier to get a ride home. Hope we see you soon!