Al-Anon Meeting Lists Westchester Putnam

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Recent Meeting Changes 
CHECK HERE FOR CLOSINGS DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER, HOLIDAY OR OTHER SPECIAL CIRCUMSTANCESALSO CHECK MEETING LIST FOR HOLIDAY-RELATED CLOSINGS.

  • Friday, Crow Hill Al-Anon, 7PM: No meeting on June 14
  • Friday, Mt Kisco: Same location, but now in Aiken Room
  • Tuesday Larchmont: Time change from 8:00 to 7:30 PM

MEETING CODES

All meeting times are PM. unless otherwise noted; all meetings are closed meetings unless otherwise noted (closed meetings are limited to members and prospective members); Alateen=Alateen Meeting; AAC= Al-Anon’s Adult Children; B=Beginner; bb=Babysitting available; Lit=Literature; M=Men’s; R=Regular; S=Step; SP=Spanish Speaking Meeting; O = Open; P=Parents Meeting; N/C = new info or changes from previous list are red & underlined.

Although some meetings have a code indicated, all meetings are open to any member (or prospective member) regardless of whether you fit that particular description. If you are not a member or prospective member, please see the notes below on open or closed meetings. If you have any question about meetings, please refer to our Frequently Asked Questions or write us at info@westchesterputnamalanon.org.

The Latest Meeting List

Time/DayMeeting CodesLocation

SUNDAY

7:00 B / 7:30B/RIrvington: St. Barnabas Church, North Broadway, Route 9 (use side door on right, end of driveway)
6:00 B / 7:00B/RKatonah: St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, 68 Bedford Road, Katonah
7:00RMahopac: “Sunday Night Al-Anon,” Beth Shalom Temple, Route 6
7:00RMontrose-Buchanan: St. Christopher Church, Route 9A, Buchanan
6:0011th SScarsdale:  Friends Meeting House, 133 Popham Road
7:00PYonkers: “Sunday Night Parents,” St. Paul the Apostle School, 602 Mc Lean Ave. (enter on Lee Ave)

MONDAY

7:00R-AACMahopac: AAC, Beth Shalom Temple, Route 6
7:30RMt. Kisco: “As We Understood,” Lutheran Church, 15 South Bedford Road at Main Street
12:30RBriarcliff:“Strength, Hope&Serenity AFG Lunchtime,”All Saints Episcopal Church,201 Scarborough Rd
7:301R/MRye: “Mr. Westchester,” Rye Presbyterian Church, Library, Milton Road & Parson Street
7:15 B / 8:00B/RScarsdale: “New Beginnings,” Community Baptist Church, 51 Popham Road & Autenreith Road
6:45 B / 8:001B/RWhite Plains: First Baptist Church, Wilson Hall, Bryant Avenue & North Street

TUESDAY

7:30 B2 / 8:003B/RBronxville: Reformed Church, 180 Pondfield Rd enter on Midland Avenue
7:00 B / 7:35B/RCarmel: “Open Arms”   Arms Acres, Seminary Hill Road
8:00RLarchmont: Presbyterian Church, Room 201, Larchmont & Forest Park Avenue
12:15RMt. Kisco: Lutheran Church of the Resurrection, 15 South Bedford Rd. at Main St.
9:00AM3 B/10:00B/RWhite Plains: “Early Birds,” Ridgeview Congregational Church, 12 Ridgeview Avenue
6:30R-AACWhite Plains: “Rainbow Safe Haven,” The Loft LGBT Center, 252 Bryant Ave. [at the Memorial Methodist church, separate entrance on exit driveway (left side from parking lot)]

WEDNESDAY

12:004SArmonk: “Lunchtime,” Hillside Church, 448 Bedford Road, Rt. 22
7:00 B / 7:30B/RMahopac: “Mahopac Al-Anon,” Beth Shalom Temple, Route 6
8:009RMamaroneck: St. Thomas’ Church Hall, 168 W Boston Post Rd & Mt. Pleasant Ave (Enter at Post Rd level)
7:00RMontrose:  The Church of the Divine Love, Episcopal Church,80 Sunset Road, (side building)
7:00 B / 7:40B/R-AACPleasantville: “Pleasantville AFG,” Emanuel Lutheran Church, 197 Manville Road
7:00RYonkers: “A Better Way AFG,” Will Public Library, 1500 Central Park Ave., 3rd floor Mezzanine, Projection Room (Note: This is a new location.  This meeting formerly met on Wednesdays at the Reformed Church in Bronxville.)
7:30RYorktown Heights: St. Patrick’s Church, 137 Moseman Road (Family Education Center, Rm109)
8:00SPNew Rochelle:  311 North Avenue (Enter door on right-hand side)

THURSDAY

1:005RCortland Manor: “Afternoon,” Holy Spirit Parish Hall, 1967 Crompond Rd
7:00 B/ 8:006 5B/RMt. Kisco: St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, 85 East Main Street
7:005AlateenMt. Kisco: St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, 85 East Main Street
6:30 PMSPNew Rochelle: “Todo Sea Por Mi” 217 Union Ave. New Rochelle NY  Metro North, Estacion de New Rochelle
7:30 B / 8:00B/RScarsdale: “Central Westchester,” Friends Meeting House, 133 Popham Road
10:00 AM6R-AACWhite Plains: “New Choices AFG,” Ridgeview Congregational Church, 12 Ridgeview Avenue
7:305RWhite Plains: “Cabin Group” Congregation Kol Ami, 252 Soundview Ave. Check Pre-School Lobby for Meeting Room Location
7:00 B / 8:00B/RYonkers: “Lincoln Park AFG,” St. Paul the Apostle, 602 McLean Avenue (enter on Lee Ave)
7:008LitYonkers: “Lincoln Park AFG,” St. Paul the Apostle, 602 McLean Avenue (enter on Lee Ave)
7:00AlateenYonkers: “Lincoln Park AFG” ALATEEN St. Paul the Apostle, 602 McLean Avenue (enter on Lee Ave)
11:45 AMRYorktown Heights: “Yorktown Nooners” First Presbyterian Church, 2880 Crompond Rd Rm 17 (use North door by back lot, office entrance only)

FRIDAY

7:30 B / 8:05B/RBrewster: Trinity Lutheran Church, 2103 Route 6. Use back entrance from Husted Rd. parking lot, enter double white doors
7:00RDobbs Ferry: “Keep It Simple,” Dobbs Ferry Lutheran Church, 43 Ashford Avenue
7:00RMt. Kisco: Presbyterian Church, 605 Millwood Rd (at Rt. 133 & Crow Hill Road – Aiken Room)
7:00R-AACScarsdale: AAC, “TGI Friday,” Friends Meeting House, 133 Popham Road  

SATURDAY

8:30 AMR/OYorktown Heights: “Discovering Choices,” Soundview Prep School, Corner of Rt. 118 & Underhill Avenue
9:45 AM B; 11:007B/RBronxville: “Saturday Morning Serenity,” Reformed Church, 180 Pondfield Rd, enter on Midland Avenue
5:00RGarrison: “Al-Anon Into Action,” Graymoor, Route 9, use Bookstore entrance, next to Kennedy Lounge 4th Floor
7:00BMamaroneck: St. Thomas’ Church Hall, 168 W Boston Post Rd & Mt. Pleasant Ave (Enter at Post Rd level).
8:00RRye: “Saturday Night,” Christ Church, 2 Rectory Street and Midland Road
5:00R/SPWhite Plains: “Valor Para Cambiar,” 1 East Post Rd / S. Lexington Ave., White Plains

Footnotes:
1 4th Monday of every month, 4th step meeting.  Regular meeting runs 1 ¼ hours every Monday.
2 No beginner meeting in August
3 Open Meeting: 2nd  Tuesday of the month
4 See www.byramhills.org for school and church closings.
5 No meeting on Thanksgiving
6 Open Meeting: 2nd  Thursday of the month
7 Open Meeting: 4th Saturday of the month
8  Literature study of the book “Reaching for Personal Freedom: Living The Legacies”
9 Check for school closings.  No meeting if Mamaroneck schools are closed.

And Here Are Some Other Meetings in the New York Metro Region

Long Island, NY: Suffolk Countyhttp://www.al-anon-suffolk-ny.org
Long Island, NY: Nassau Countyhttp://www.alanon-nassau-ny.org/
Rockland County, NYhttp://www.rockland-al-anon.org
Dutchess County, NYhttp://www.al-anonny.org
Connecticuthttp://www.ctalanon.org
New Jerseyhttp://www.nj-al-anon.org

Virtual Meetings

If you cannot get to a physical meeting, Al-Anon Family Groups World Service Organization maintains a list of registered Virtual Meetings, These can be via Bulletin Boards, Email, VoIP (Skype) or Telephone.  Registered Meetings agree to abide by the twelve traditions.  Please note WSO’s reminder that confidentiality and anonymity may be hard to secure on some of these venues.

Inclusion on this web site does not constitute approval of any group’s manner of practicing the Al-Anon program. If the group you attend is not right for you, please try another. There is help and hope available in Al-Anon.

Click this meeting icon for the WSO Guide to Virtual Meetings:

https://al-anon.org/al-anon-meetings/virtual-meetings/

And check here for the World Service Organization meeting finder for physical meetings anyplace you may happen to be in North America:
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