Al-Anon Meeting Lists Westchester Putnam

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When the AIS lists a group, at their request, there is an informal agreement that the group will abide by Al-Anon Traditions and keep its doors open to any Al-Anon member.  Membership is open to anyone who feels his or her life has been or is being affected by a problem drinker.  Inclusion on this meeting list 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 and Alateen.


All meeting times are p.m. 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; FFO = Family/Friends/Observers (previously called “Open” meetings); P=Parents Meeting

The Latest Meeting List

(Last Changes made 12/8/2019)

Time/DayMeeting CodesLocation


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
7:00PYonkers: “Sunday Night Parents,” St. Paul the Apostle School, 602 McLean Ave. (enter on Lee Ave)


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
7:001RWhite Plains: First Baptist Church, Wilson Hall, Bryant Avenue & North Street


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
7:30RLarchmont: 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]


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)

New Rochelle: “Todo Sea Por Mi,” 311 North Avenue (Note: No meeting on the last Wednesday of the month.)


1:005RCortland Manor: “Afternoon,” Holy Spirit Parish Hall, 1967 Crompond Rd
6:30 PMSPNew Rochelle: “Todo Sea Por Mi” 217 Union Ave. New Rochelle NY  Metro North, Estacion de New Rochelle
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
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



Yonkers: “Lincoln Park AFG,” St. Paul the Apostle, 602 McLean Avenue (enter on Lee Ave)

7:005RYonkers: “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)


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  


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,” Dutch Reformed Church, 180 Pondfield Road, enter on Midland Avenue, Meetings in the Music Room
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

1 4th Monday of every month, 4th step meeting.  Regular meeting runs 1 ¼ hours every Monday.
2 No beginner meeting in August
3 FFO = Family/Friends/Observers (formerly called “Open Meeting”): 2nd  Tuesday of the month
4 Check for Byram Hills school and church closings
5 No meeting on Thanksgiving
6 FFO = Family/Friends/Observers (formerly called “Open Meeting”): Last Thursday of the month
7 FFO = Family/Friends/Observers (formerly called “Open Meeting”): 4th Saturday of the month
8 Literature study of the book Reaching for Personal Freedom: Living The Legacies
9 Check Mamaroneck school closings.  No meeting if Mamaroneck schools are closed.
10 No meeting on last Wednesday of the month.

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Virtual Meetings

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