How to find meetings in District 7, which serves South Los Angeles County.
Wednesday Night Dual Diagnosis meeting in Hollywood.
Change of Room and Time
LA LGBT Center
1125 N. McCadden Place LA 90038
The Friday Night Blunt Recovery Meeting has moved while the West Hollywood Recovery meeting is being renovated. We think it will be at this new location until the end of the year.
The meeting still starts at 8:30pm. There is parking for $5 near the new location, or you can park at the same parking structure (where we normally park for the Friday meeting) near the West Hollywood Library, on San Vicente, north of Melrose for two hours free with validation.
The new meeting location is:
9021 Melrose Ave
West Hollywood, CA
Wednesday @ 8:00 PM
“MA Agoura Hills” Book Study
New Hope Lutheran Church, 29295 Agoura Road
1/2 blk. N of Kanan, Classroom 2 (across from Social Hall)
Open to all 12 Steppers & Wheelchair Accessible
Now starting at 8:00pm
**Please use the elevator in the back of the building**
Could use some support.
Thelma McMillan Center
2nd Floor Adult Treatment Unit - Room #5
Formerly at St. Bede's in Mar Vista, the THURSDAY 8pm meeting has moved.
Starting at 8:00pm
CARSON THURSDAY NIGHTS
"POWERLESS POSSE" meeting has been ended due to lack of support
An H&I chairperson is needed.
You can learn about the position by visiting the World Services website.
2017 Convention is February 17-19 at the Torrance Marriott. The theme is "The art of Recovery," and original artwork and anyone with fundraising experience are needed (mawsconvention.org)
District Service chair positions still need to be filled:
A New Leaf is the place to share your courage, strength, and hope with fellow Marijuana Addicts all over the world. Write something, draw something, inspire someone far away. Your struggles, breakthroughs, milestones and mad humor might just help a fellow get through another day on the road of happy destiny. Send your best brainstorms to:
Check out these excerpts of what we write about.
A NEW LEAF PUBLICATIONS (ANLP), the publishing arm of Marijuana Anonymous World Services (MAWS) was born out of the need for MAWS to develop and publish literature to help spread the message of MA, and to help the addict who still suffers.
ANLP publishes Life with Hope, now in its second edition. It also produces a monthly newletter, A New Leaf, which has a broadening circulation.
Visit the book store to purchase literature.
NEW BOOK STUDY! ALL ARE WELCOME!
The format is simple…we will read and discuss the book “Life With Hope.” All you need to bring each week is a copy of LWH. You may also want to bring a blank notebook and highlighter to take notes. You can also read online.