The Central Office is open until 8pm on Friday.

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Kansas City Area Central Office
200 E. 18th Avenue
North Kansas City, MO 64116   Map
Telephone:  816-471-7229 (24 hours a day) or 816-471-7234
Fax:   816-777-2930
Email the office:
Sue Ann (Director):
Cheri (Office Manager)

Office hours:
Monday-Thursday 9am-4pm, Friday until 8pm, closed Saturday
3rd Wednesday of each month until 7pm.

 This site is currently under construction - please be patient with us as things change, break and are rebuilt

Celebration of Sobriety
It is suggested that a dollar a year for each year of sobriety be donated. You will be helping your Central Office and supporting the efforts to have the hand of AA always to be there.
Look for them at your group or pick them up at the office.
Sonny R. SKC Group 40 years
Nancy C. Crossroads Group 22 years
Carl T. Excelsior Springs Group 31 years
Bernie C. 31 years
Floyd B. KCMO #1 & Wing & A Prayer Groups 23 years
Phil R. Liberty Group 13 years
Floyd T. Paseo Group  8 years
Shelly B. Serenity Group  6 years
Jessica F. Shawnee Group   1 year
Over Thirty Club
Thanks to one and all who let me know about people in their group who were celebrating 30 years and up.

First and foremost, my friend from Excelsior Springs Group, Carl T. has 31 years. Carl has been a big influence on my sobriety.

In Lenexa, they had a big night with 82 years in one night being celebrated, 42 for Donna B. and 40 for Nancy O. Nice going ladies!

 In Liberty, we have Ray V. with 40 years. Thanks for sticking around to help us walk the path.

At Live and Let Live, we have David L. with 31 years. He gave me a standing ovation one night!

All the way from Atchison, we have Gerry S. with 38 Years. Guess they are doing it right out there!

A Vision for you has Vege G. with 38 Years. This small group has some big years!

And last, but certainly not least, a shout out to my friend Sonny R. for 40 Years from the South Kansas City Group. Still involved with service work, does that say something?.



Things we cannot change

Ron H.

  Primary Purpose Group (KS)
Donna G.   North Oak Group
Terry C.   Wing & A Prayer Group
Ken I.   Eudora Miracles Group
Linda M.   Blue Springs Group
Jodi   Bonner Springs Group
Shane St. M.   Shawnee Group
- they will be missed
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