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The 8111 Clubhouse is Temporarily Closed

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The 8111 Clubhouse provides Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Al-Anon Meetings.  We are located in North Atlanta.  Meetings occur throughout the day from 6:15 am to 10:00 pm.

Located at

8111 Roswell Rd.

Sandy Springs, GA

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The 8111 Clubhouse & Coronavirus

This page will provide updates on the novel coronavirus and its impact on the clubhouse. Please visit this page for all the latest updates.




Phone-In Meetings

Monday, March 16, 2020


With the clubhouse’s closure, we have provided an alternative to in-person meetings. The 8111 Clubhouse has set up a conference call number. Call-in meetings start Monday, March 16th and will run on the same schedule as existing meetings. The call-in information for all phone meetings is:

Dial (425) 436-6363

When prompted, enter the access code 120912#
A host code is not required.




The 8111 Clubhouse is Temporary Closed

Sunday, March 15, 2020


Dear 8111 Community,

As the landlord providing a safe, welcoming space to numerous 12-Step recovery groups, the Board of Directors has come to the decision that it is the right thing for the 8111 Clubhouse to temporarily close its entire property (building and parking lot) to all in-person activities and events until further notice, effective immediately.

We do not take this decision lightly. The last thing we want to do is endanger meeting attendees and any at-risk people they may interact with. We have looked at the advice of the CDC for community and faith-based organizations and are mindful of faith-based communities around Atlanta that have also decided to temporarily close in light of this public health emergency.

8111 will not be providing online platforms for virtual 12-Step meetings. That is the responsibility of individual groups and their Trusted Servants. There are numerous free online resources which can help set up a virtual meeting. To begin, it is suggested that the group conscience designate a service position to start the account, organize the distribution of the information (dial in number and code), and then host the online meeting.

It may help if the person attends one of the many existing online groups that can be found at the Online Intergroup of Alcoholics Anonymous to get a feel for how phone meetings are run. They also have this resource with pamphlets and information.

The best resource page we have found comes from the Washington, DC Intergroup Association.

The Board will closely follow events as they unfold over the next few weeks and will re-open the 8111 Clubhouse property as soon as it is safe to do so. This page will have the most up-to-date information regarding the re-opening of the property.

Stay Safe and with our Best Regards,

Board of the 8111 Clubhouse

This site is provided by the Board of the 8111 Clubhouse and is intended to be a source of information about AA at the 8111 Clubhouse.  This site is neither reviewed nor endorsed by Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, Inc.