Welcome to the 
Ho Chi Minh City
Group of Alcoholics Anonymous!
 
AA Meeting Schedule
Note: All meetings are in English. "Closed Meetings" are for alcoholics only.
Sunday, 11:00am - Closed Meeting (alcoholics only) - 12 Steps and 12 Traditions - Cosmo Cafe, 86 BIS Le Thanh Ton Street, Dist 1, HCMC (on the corner of Le Thanh Ton and Le Pasteur Street). It is a modern cafe with white tables and chairs outside. We meet in the back garden, therefore go into the cafe and out again at the back to get to the garden. Click here for Google map.
Monday, 7:30pm - Closed Discussion Meeting (alcoholics only) - 38 Ky Dong, District 3. "Most Holy Redeemer Saigon Church" - (corner of Ba Huyen Thanh Quan St. and Ky Dong St.) Please click here for map and directions. Google map is here.
Wednesday, 12 noon - Closed Lunch Step Meeting (alcoholics only) - Cosmo Cafe, 86 BIS Le Thanh Ton Street, Dist 1, HCMC (on the corner of Le Thanh Ton and Le Pasteur Street). It is a modern cafe with white tables and chairs outside. We meet in the back garden, therefore go into the cafe and out again at the back to get to the garden. Click here for Google map. Please contact John for details at 096 205 4130.
Wednesday, 7pm - Closed Discussion Meeting (alcoholics only) - Cosmo Cafe, 86 BIS Le Thanh Ton Street, Dist 1, HCMC (on the corner of Le Thanh Ton and Le Pasteur Street). It is a modern cafe with white tables and chairs outside. We meet in the back garden, therefore go into the cafe and out again at the back to get to the garden. Click here for Google map.
Note: There is currently no AA meeting on Thursday.
Friday, 7:30pm Closed Discussion Meeting (alcoholics only) - 38 Ky Dong, District 3. "Most Holy Redeemer Saigon Church" - (corner of Ba Huyen Thanh Quan St. and Ky Dong St.) Please click here for map and directions. Google map is here.
Please be advised that some of these locations are in a public forum and there is alcohol served at these establishments.
Al-Anon Meeting Schedule
Note: Al-Anon provides strength and hope for families and friends of problem drinkers. More information is available here.
Please Note: No Al-Anon Meetings from Dec. 25 thru Jan. 3
Sunday, 6pmAl-Anon Meeting (Al-Anon members only) - Meeting address: Highlands Coffee, 152 Nguyen Luong Bang (directly across from Parkson/Paragon), District 7 HCMC. Google map is here. Contact Silke for details: tresilk@yahoo.com
Thursday, 7pm - Al-Anon Meeting (Al-Anon members only) - Meeting address: Highlands Coffee, 152 Nguyen Luong Bang (directly across from Parkson/Paragon), District 7 HCMC. Google map is here. Contact Silke for details: tresilk@yahoo.com
We are also very flexible 
and may be able to meet at any time... 
especially if you are visiting and just passing through! 
"Whenever anyone, anywhere, reaches out for help, 
I want the hand of AA always to be there.
 And for that, I am responsible." ...
 
Jim M.
(84) 090 999 2100
thay_minh@hotmail.com
Jodie 
   (84) 091 859 1933
jodie@aahcmc.com
Joe (84) 090 304 7001joe@aahcmc.com
Justin (84)  090 719 1174justin@aahcmc.com

In Da Nang, please contact:

Jennifer S.0122 540 5927jnnfrstebbins@gmail.com
Please call for meeting dates, times, location and directions.

In Nha Trang, please contact:
Lloyd F.(84) 122 360 3848 
Stephen
(84) 0122 706 7337
cheeftanz@yahoo.com 

To dial from...

Inside Ho Chi Minh City:  090 xxx xxxx
Inside the country:  090 xxx xxxx
Outside the country: 84 90 xxx xxxx


Regular Meetings – Literature –  Support

"The only requirement for membership
is a desire to stop drinking."

Links
A.A. World Office (official site)

Read the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous Online

AA Meetings in Vietnam

AA Meetings in Asia and Around the World

AA Meetings Online via Skype

AA Speaker Recordings (FREE download)

"Growing Along Spiritual Lines: One Member's Experience, Strength and Hope"

"Rarely Have We Seen a Person Fail" (inspirational messages)

Al-Anon Family Groups (for families and friends of alcoholics)
Al-Anon World Office

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