Location Change Saturdays

The group “Living Sober” which has a meeting at noon (12) on Saturdays has changed locations and times and is now being held at 11am at the Basílica Santísimo Sacramento in Retiro at San Martin 1035 between Ricardo Rojas and Marcelo T. Alvear.

Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of people who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.

There are Alcoholics Anonymous meetings all over the world in dozens of languages and millions of attendees. Here in Buenos Aires, Argentina there are Spanish meetings and English meetings. This webpage is dedicated to providing information on the English speaking meetings in Buenos Aires. If you would like to find out about Spanish meetings in Argentina, please visit the General Service Office Argentina site.

It’s common for newcomers to have lots of questions, such as “Can I arrive at a meeting late?” “What’s the deal with the spiritual stuff?” “What if I don’t know how to quit drinking?”

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ATTEND A MEETING TODAY

There are meetings daily.

OPEN meetings are: Tuesday night, Friday Women’s, and Saturday at noon. Other meetings are closed.

For public transport directions to any location within the city limits visit comollego.com.ar.

More information…

In the city of Buenos Aires:

  • Monday-Friday 7pm-8pm Serenity GroupMontevideo 1372, Recoleta
  • Saturday 11am-12pm Living SoberSan Martin 1035, Retiro
  • Sunday 7pm-8pm Loreto MeetingJuncal 3115, Palermo/Recoleta

Or, in the suburb of Buenos Aires known as Martinez:

  • Wednesday 7:30pm-8:30pm  Martinez GroupSarmiento 328, Martinez
  • Sunday 6:30pm-7:30pm  Martinez GroupSarmiento 328, Martinez
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Women's Meeting

Fridays, Daytime

We have been holding a Friday women’s meeting during the daytime, the location is nomadic because we host it in our homes.

If you would like to attend please email for the details: womensaabuenosaires@gmail.com