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EVENTS

HASO Bookstore – 117

Office hours. Open to the public. HASO serves local 12-step NA groups.

Safety for the Transgender Community – 112/113

Transgender individuals and communities experience high amounts of violence and discrimination. According to the UCLA school of law, we are over four times as likely to experience violence or threats of violence than cisgender individuals and far less likely to have access to resources to address or alleviate this violence against us. At this workshop, […]

Recurring

The Right Step (TRS) Al-Anon – 110

Free meeting open to the public. Al-Anon is a fellowship of individuals who share their common experiences as friends and families of alcoholics. By applying the Al-Anon principles, members can bring positive changes to their individual situations, whether or not the alcoholic admits to the existence of a drinking problem or seeks help. For more […]

Recurring

Support Group for Parents of Trans Kids – 114

Free and open to the public - This is an opportunity for parents and caregivers of trans, non-binary, gender diverse youth to come together, share their experiences, and support each other in community. For more information, please contact mandy@parentsoftransyouth.com.

Recurring

CA Bonnie Brae Group “Big Book” Study – 112/113

This is an open meeting for anyone with a desire to stop using cocaine and all other mind-altering substances. Cocaine Anonymous uses a text entitled Alcoholics Anonymous commonly referred to as the "Big Book". Big Book Study is a group reading and discussion of selected text from Alcoholics Anonymous. Cocaine Anonymous is a fellowship of men […]

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The Sooner the Better NA – 110

This is an open peer-led meeting for anyone who wishes to pursue and maintain a drug-free lifestyle. Narcotics Anonymous is a fellowship of individuals who join together to help their peers and offer an ongoing support network as they work through a twelve-step process to aid in their recovery from addiction. The name, Narcotics Anonymous, […]