Serving Long Beach - Alcoholics Anonymous


  About District 04 MSCA 09 This site is maintained by the District 04 of the Mid-Southern California Area 09 Website Committee for the purpose of dispersing information pertinent to service work within the District to the GSR’s, District Committee Members, Officers and other interested alcoholics. A letter from District 04 Officers follows: Dear GSRs, […]

For GSRs

The GSR Preamble We are the General Service Representatives. We are the link in the chain of communications for our groups with the General Service Conference and the world of AA. We realize the Ultimate Authority in A.A. as a Loving God as He may express Himself in our Group Conscience. As trusted servants, our [...]

For DCMs

DCMs The district committee member (DCM) is an essential link between the group GSR and the Area 09 Delegate to the General Service Conference. As leader of the district committee made up of all GSRs in the district, the DCM is exposed to the group conscience of the district. As a member of the area [...]


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Archives service work is the means by which we collect, preserve and share the rich and meaningful heritage of our Fellowship. It is by the collection and sharing of these important historical elements that our collective gratitude for Alcoholics Anonymous is deepened


This section of the website provides a listing of AA related events and activities of interest to members of Area 09 District 04. These include General Service meetings, forums, and conferences that support recovery from alcoholism through fellowship and education.

This link connects you to the Alcoholics Anonymous website, a gateway to material used for organizational, spiritual, and service oriented inspiration for many recovery ideas.  Have a problem with alcohol? There is a solution. A.A. has a simple program that works.

This links to the Harbor Area Central Office website. This site provides a listing of meetings of AA in our area, including when, where and how to access these meetings.  The website also provides other material and 24-hour support for recovery from the disease of alcoholism.

Standing Committees

Accessibility Committee, Panel 74

  Panel 74 Chair: Vacant Attend all (no less than 6) Area Special Needs Committee meetings and report to the district on activities. Form, maintain and facilitate a District 4 Special Needs Committee made up of GSRsand other interested members. Encourage GSRs to establish and maintain a Visitor Group for home and hospital-bound A A. […]

Archives Committee, Panel 74

  Panel 74 Chair: Maggie E-mail: Oral Histories Kit from GSO MSCA 09 Group History Form (English) | MSCA 09 Group History Form (Spanish) Suggested sobriety: 2 years. Develop, maintain, and promote a District 4 Archives program and collect and maintain a historical collection of A. A material. Maintain custody of the District 4 historical records, memorabilia, tapes and […]

Cooperation with the Professional Community (CPC), Panel 74

Panel 74 Chair: Gregory J.e-mail: Your District 04 CPC Committee can bring the message of Alcoholics Anonymous to professionals in your community, helping them understand how and why AA works. Members of CPC Committees inform professionals and future professionals about AA – what we are, where we are, what we can do, and what […]

Corrections Committee, Panel 74

Panel 74 Chair: Jade M. email: Corrections Committee Workbook The purpose of a corrections committee is to coordinate the work of individual A.A. members and groups who are interested in carrying our message of recovery to incarcerated alcoholics. Bringing meetings and literature into facilities, raising awareness of the Corrections Correspondence Service (C.C.S.) among “inside” […]

Grapevine/La Viña Committee, Panel 74

Panel 74 Committee Chair: Vacant Committee Chair Responsibilities: Suggested sobriety: 2 years. Attend all (no less than 6) Area Grapevine Committee meetings and report to the district on Grapevine activities. Form and maintain a District 4 Grapevine Committee made up of Group Grapevine Representatives (GVRs) and other interested members. At District meetings, inform GSRs of […]

GSR School Committee, Panel 74

Panel 74 Chair: Debra Lund (562) GSR School orientation for new GSR’s is TBD. Responsibilities Suggested sobriety: 2 years. Conduct a brief orientation for new GSRs one half-hour prior to the District GSR meeting (or at another agreed-upon time) and encourage them to attend the Area GSR School. Participate as a member of the […]

LGBTQ Committee, Panel 74

Cochairs: Julie G./Jesse L. email: Voice: (562) 250-5274 “The NEW LGBTQ Committee was approved by the District at its June 2021 business meeting, as it was determined it would be useful in strengthening the district’s ability to carry the message to the LBGTQ community and to all who have a desire to stop drinking.  […]

Literature Committee, Panel 74

Panel 74 Chair: Angela B. Literature published by A.A. World Services, Inc. is a resource for the recovering alcoholic and for anyone who wants to find out about Alcoholics Anonymous, its history, and how it works. General Service Conference-approved literature reflects the group conscience of the Fellowship of A.A. and includes the book Alcoholics Anonymous (affectionately known […]

Public Information (PI) Committee, Panel 74

Public Information Committee Panel 74 Chair: Vacant  Email: Public Information Workbook Public Information Kit The primary purpose of members involved in Public Information Service work is to carry the AA message to the still suffering alcoholic. Public Information conveys AA information to the general public through activities such as providing AA resources and literature […]

Treatment Facilities Committee, Panel 74

Panel 74 Committee Chair: Jo Jo E-mail: Treatment Facilities Workbook Bridging the Gap Committee Chair Responsibilities: Suggested sobriety: 2 years. Attend at least 6 Area Treatment Facilities meetings per year and report to the district on activities. Form, maintain, and facilitate a District 4 Treatment Facilities Committee made up of GSRs and interested members. […]

Website Committee, Panel 74

  The Website Committee meets monthly on the 4th Saturday of the month @ 4:00 p.m. Please contact the Committee Chair if you wish to join this committee. Panel 74 Website Committee: Chair: Matthew L. Recording Secretary: Vacant Posting Secretary: Vacant Webmaster: Patrick O. Committee Vision Mission Purpose Committee Guidelines Committee Budget Information If you […]

Co-coordinating Committees

Young People in A.A. (YPAA) Co-coordinating Committee, Panel 74

Young People in A.A. (YPAA) Panel 74 Liaison: Vacant Attend all (no less than 6) MSC Area 09 and local YPAA committee meetings and report to the district on YPAA activities. Attend all meetings of the District 4 Committee and the District 4 business meetings. Maintain activity in YPAA projects in the District 4 territory. […]

Harbor Area Service Committee, Panel 74

Harbor Area Service Committee Panel 74 HASC Liaison: Vacant Attend all HASC and local Committee meetings and report to the district on intergroup activities. Attend all Harbor Area Service Committee meetings and report to District 4 on HASC activities. Maintain activity in District 4 intergroup projects. Coordinate any General Service and Intergroup activities that are […]

Hospitals and Institutions (H&I) Committee, Panel 74

Panel 74 H&I Committee Chair: Vacant 1. Attend all MSCA Area 9 and local H&l Committee meetings and report to the district on H&I activities. 2. Attend all meetings of the District 4 Committee and the District 4 Steering Committee. 3. Maintain activity in H&I projects in the District 4 territory. 4. Coordinate any General […]

AA Meetings => District 04, MSCA 09, Alcoholics Anonymous

To find an A.A. meeting in or near District 04/Long Beach, click on the intergroup websites below. Most intergroup listings show both in person and online meeting information and include ZOOM login info and passwords.

A.A. Meetings Phone App

You can also download the Meeting Guide App. Meeting Guide is a free of charge meeting finder app for iOS and Android that provides meeting information from A.A. service entities in an easy-to-access format.

Los Angeles County Intergroups

Orange County Intergroup

To Find On Line A.A. Meetings
Online Intergroup of Alcoholics Anonymous

The OIAA Directory features 1,000+ meetings worldwide, adjusted for your time zone. You can filter by day, format, or language—or search by meeting name. You can also change time zones, or select the filter, “24/7”, for meetings (email, chat, etc) available anytime.

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