The Intergroup Office hours are         Monday – Friday 10AM – 5PM
and Saturday 10AM-1PM

Due to Hurricane Ian the office will close on Tuesday at 1, remain closed on Wednesday and Thursday. We plan to reopen on Friday.



*In keeping with the CDC guidelines, we have eliminated the need for masks at the Intergroup office.

Coronavirus Update:

We realize the importance of alcoholics meeting together for fellowship and mutual aid; we also recognize that with the current pandemic concerns, we need to be cautious, and adhere to the rules of the facilities where we meet. We will try to keep everyone informed as best we can as meeting locations close, meetings and events are postponed, and any other such news. Please CLICK HERE for the latest information we have. If you wish to contribute on-line, CLICK HERE to support us.

If you know of a meeting or facility that is not on this list, PLEASE inform us, so we can keep the public up to date; we understand that our meetings are autonomous, and some will choose to close, while many (even those in churches that have suspended services) will remain open. Thanks!

Central Office

12734 Kenwood Lane, Suite 72, Fort Myers, FL 33907
Click to send Email | Phone: 239-275-5111
Phones are answered 24/7

We are now accepting applications for Assistant Manager for the office. Please see the Members area, under Announcements, for more information.

The Lee County Area Intergroup meeting is held on the 3rd Thursday of the month in person at 6:30 pm at Covenant Presbyterian Church, 2439 McGregor Blvd, Fort Myers, FL. New Reps meet at 6:00 pm, prior to the 6:30 meeting. E-mail us for further information.

You are not alone.

If you or a loved one may have a problem with drinking, you’ve come to the right place. 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. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for AA membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions. AA is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization, or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy, neither endorses nor opposes any causes. Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety. AA Preamble reprinted with permission from (r)AA Grapevine, Inc.

We work the 12 Steps of AA, which are designed as a way of life. If you’re not sure you are an alcoholic you can take our 12 question quiz here. If you find that you have a problem with alcohol, you can find a meeting list here. There are meetings in every part of Lee County. If you’re still not sure that you’re an alcoholic, read our Newcomer information, which may help clear up any questions you have. AA is a program of attraction, not promotion. If you need help now, call the number below

We make every attempt to provide accurate information and ask that our fellowship use the guidelines as defined in our “Twelve Traditions” and the AA “Preamble” when requesting inclusion in this publication. (See page 21, The AA Group, P-16)

A directory listing does not constitute or imply approval or endorsement of any group’s or meeting’s approach to, or practice of, the traditional AA program. We list meetings to be the hand of AA fellowship to newcomers and as a courtesy to our community.