Houston Area Meetings of Adult Children of Alcoholics and/or Dysfunctional Families:

Sun 10:45am-12:15pm ‘ACA Sunday Morning Step Study’– Lambda Center, 1201 West Clay St. Houston 77019, Room #4 Open to All  LGBT  Workbook Study w/ 20 min break to work on exercises

Sun 6:30 pm St. Johns United Methodist Church, 400 Jackson St. Richmond TX 77469

Sun 7 pm Cypress Group 11,504 Cypress N. Houston Rd, Cypress 77429 next to Tower Oaks

Sun 7 pm Lord of Life ACA’ – Lord of Life Lutheran Church 3801 S. Panther Creek Drive 77381 near Woodlands Pkwy. Room 21 Second Floor

Sun 7 pmTraits Workbook Study’ Lambda Center, 1201 W Clay St, Houston, 77019, Room #4 Based on WSO’s Laundry Lists Traits Workbook for integrating all 4 of the Laundry Lists: The Laundry List, its Flip Side, The Other Laundry List and its Flip Side. (Closed) 

 

Mon 6:30pm ‘Monday Night Workbook’ Houston Council on Recovery 303 Jackson Hill, 77007 – left side – Please do not come in late – but do stay and come in for our 7 pm Discussion Meeting

Mon 7 pm ‘ACA Discussion’ (unrelated to Workbook meeting immediately prior) Houston Council on Recovery, 303 Jackson Hill 77007 left side

Mon 7pm Katy East 5th St. Mon 5108 East 5th St, Katy 77493 North on Fort Bend County Rd, West on East 5th St Red Book Study

Mon 7pm ‘ACA Solutions Group‘ Stone Bridge Church, 1 Stone Bridge Church Dr. Rm 201, The Woodlands 77381

Mon 7 pm ‘Fellow Traveler’s Women’s Step Study’ 11504 Cypress N. Houston 77429

 

Tue 12pm ‘Re-Parenting at Jackson Hill’ Council on Recovery 303 Jackson Hill St 77007 right side Rm 167

Tue 7pm ‘Cypresswood ACA 8320 Louetta Rd #192 Spring 77373 NW Corner Louetta & Champion Forest Red Book Study

Tue 7:30pm Atascocita ACA’ 2805 South Houston Ave, Humble, TX 77396 Red Book Study

 

Wed 12pm Houston ACA Men’s MeetingCouncil on Recovery, Rm163, 303 Jackson Hill, 77007

Wed 7pm Healing Through Feeling’ ACA Chapelwood Methodist-11140 Greenbay St 77024 Williams Building (back, east) Rm 204 up the stairs, to the left, 1st room on the right after entering

 

Thur 12pm Second Baptist Church, Rm #202, FLC Bldg 22270 Hwy 59 N, Kingwood 77339

Thur 5:30pm Clear Lake ACA Group’Church of Christ 938 El Dorado Blvd 77062 Rm 13, Enter via “Auditorium Classrooms” door rear of bldg. Ring doorbell if assistance needed

Thur 6pm ‘The Women’s Circle Bay Area Club 2111 Webster St, Rm E, League City 77573 (Closed) Women’s meeting

Thur 6:30-8pm Healing Thursday’s Children’ Lambda Center-Rm 4, 1201 W. Clay, 77019 Red Book Study with 10 minute break after Reading, then General Discussion… Open to All   

 

Fri 12pm ACA Discussion/Book Study Council on Recovery 303 Jackson Hill Rm 167 77007

Fri 12pm ‘Katy East 5th St ACA Group’ Red Book Study 5108 East 5th St, Katy, 77493 (Closed)

 

Sat 8:30am ‘Recovering Our Intelligence’ Council on Recovery 303 Jackson Hill St 77007 Rm 164 (Closed)

Sat 10:15am ‘Rainbow ACA’ Gloria Dei Lutheran Church, 18,220 Upper Bay Rd, Nassau Bay 77058 Rm 211 (Closed)    

 

Is ACA therapy?

No, although it can be very therapeutic to attend. Therapy and the ACA program can work hand-in-hand and neither one should be considered a substitute for the other. Many members are referred to ACA by therapists and social workers to help them work through childhood issues.

Do I have to identify myself or say anything in an ACA meeting?

We identify ourselves by first names only to preserve our anonymity. Whether you say anything further about yourself is up to you. If you attend a meeting where they go around the room taking turns sharing, and you do not want to share, just say ‘pass’. Otherwise you can just listen.   

Open meetings are open to guests, friends and relatives of adult children as well as observers. This can include those in the education or the psychology field doing research. Those meetings not listed Closed are all Open.

Closed meetings are limited to individuals who identify themselves as ACA’s, or those trying to decide if ACA could be something of value for them.

 

The websites listed below are excellent places to go for an extensive array of resources and information.

www.adultchildren.org

lonestaraca.org

http://aca-arizona.org/  

http://thelistacagroup.wordpress.com/tony-a-12-steps/ 

 

Monthly Intergroup Meetings – 2 pm every 3rd Sunday of the month at Chapelwood Methodist Church, 11140 Greenbay St. Houston, Tx 77024 in the Williams Building which is in the back, east side. We’re in Rm #204 (up the stairs to the left -1st room on the right) These are monthly gatherings open to all ACA interested folks who would like to further their own recovery through collaborative self-care, education and service, and within healthy boundaries. Whether a seasoned veteran of our program from the Woodlands or a newcomer from Clear Lake or beyond, we invite you. We have fun and we are not denying it.

If you notice anything needing correction, or would like to share a comment, please reach out to me: Bill Gray at wmgray8@gmail.com 713 524-5500