You never have to drink again

Office/Bookstore hours: Monday-Friday 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Saturday 10 a.m.-2 p.m.

Welcome to

Lansing Central Alcoholics Anonymous




PHONE ANSWERED 24-HOURS 517-377-1444

We are here to provide information and support for those who are new to AA or thinking about getting involved in recovery. We can also help new and existing AA members find Lansing-area AA meetings and community events. 

We are fortunate to live in the Lansing area – the Lansing AA recovery community offers many different types of meetings to help our diverse community find a safe place to share, grow, and recover. Meetings are held across the Lansing area and its neighboring communities every day of the week, many times throughout the day. It is our hope that our meetings will help you find people in the AA community that understand you and relate to your vision of a brighter future that is free of alcohol dependence. You will get to know other recovering alcoholics who can help you on your journey to recovery. We strive to provide a support system that will help you learn firsthand the freedom, happiness, and serenity that comes with a lifestyle of recovery.  

If you or a loved one are, or may be, struggling with alcohol – you can call the Lansing Central Office at 517-377-1444 to talk with a person in the AA fellowship. The Lansing AA Community is filled with loving, warm, and vibrant members who are willing to help you get your life back. To start, simply reach out – call our office or attend an AA meeting. 

Your first step is reaching out for help. CALL 

517-377-1444 or Find a MEETING

The Hand of AA Will Always Be There

The Lansing Central AA Office is there for the newcomer and the alcoholic who has years of recovery under their belt. We provide information, link people to resources, and provide services across the Lansing area (Ingham, Eaton, Clinton and parts of Shiawasee counties)


We are here to help connect and keep the fellowship united according to the 12 Traditions. Members, Groups, Meetings, Hotlines and Services.


We help groups in the performance of service toward carrying the message of Alcoholics Anonymous. We have service positions available for those who want to help the next alcoholic.


Our primary purpose is to stay sober and to help the next alcoholic. Learning to live life successfully after becoming sober is the key to recovery.

Contact Us

We are just a phone call away. 517-377-1444.

24-hours a day, 365 days a year. A sober member of AA will answer your call, your questions and help share the solution.

Drop by the office Monday-Friday 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Saturday 10 a.m.-2 p.m. We have a book store with literature and coins. Our volunteers are here to help you with whatever you need on your road to recovery.

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