The Queen City Group is a 12-step recovery group based on the principles of Alcoholics Anonymous. We strive to provide a safe and sober environment for the lesbian or gay alcoholic where she or he can pursue a program of recovery amid our supportive, friendly fellowship. Attendance at the Queen City Group is not restricted to the LGBTQ community.
Below you will find our meeting list with times, descriptions and locations. The Queen City Group meets seven days a week in the greater Cincinnati area. If you are new to recovery, or wondering if AA is right for you, scroll to the bottom of this page for some helpful links.
If you have questions regarding The Queen City Group or would like to speak to somebody in person, contact David C. at 513.546-2336.
Location for ALL Meetings:
St. Monica - St. George Church - View Map
St. Monica school building
445 Herman Street
Cincinnati, OH 45219
Closed* - 12 & 12 Discussion Meeting
Open* - Beginners Meeting
Open* - Lead Meeting
Closed* - Varied Format Meeting
Closed* - Discussion Meeting
Closed* - Discussion Meeting
Last Saturday of the month:
Open Lead / Coin Meeting
Closed* - Big Book Discussion
*Open meetings, or "What is an "open" meeting?"
As the term suggests, meetings of this type are open to alcoholics and their families and to anyone interested in solving a personal drinking problem or helping someone else to solve such a problem.
During the meeting there is usually a period for local A.A. announcements, and a treasurer passes the hat to defray costs of the meeting hall, literature, and incidental expenses. The meeting adjourns, often followed by informal visiting over coffee or other light refreshments.
Guests at A.A. open meetings are reminded that any opinions or interpretations they may hear are solely those of the speaker involved. All members are free to interpret the recovery program in their own terms, but none can speak for the local group or for A.A. as a whole.
*Closed meeting, or "What is a "closed" meeting?"
These meetings are limited to alcoholics and people who have a desire to stop drinking. They provide an opportunity for members to share with one another on problems related to drinking patterns and attempts to achieve stable sobriety. They also permit detailed discussion of various elements in the recovery program.
Alcoholics Anonymous / Is AA For You? - If you are new to recovery, perhaps wondering if you're an alcoholic, or just want some information about Alcoholics Anonymous, here is a great place to find out if AA is for you.
Greater Cincinnati Intergroup - The Cincinnati Fellowship of Alcoholics Anonymous Web site. Look here for meeting information for the greater Cincinnati area, links, member services and more.
Southwest Ohio General Service Area 56 - All about General Servic Area 56, links to meetings, delegates, newsletters, español, hard of hearing and more.
International Advisory Council for Homosexual Men and Women in Alcoholics Anonymous - the name says it all. Meeting guides, Roundup information, e-mail lists and more.