Gays and Lesbians in Alcoholics Anonymous
pronounced gay・la or gah・luh
GaL-AA (Gays and Lesbians in AA) was established to serve and have the involvement of lesbians, gay men, and others in Alcoholics Anonymous, regardless of how they choose to identify themselves. In selecting the name, careful consideration was given to a variety of combinations. While the name only directly reflects gays and lesbians, we embrace all LGBT+ members of the AA fellowship.
Mission Statement A spiritual gathering for sober, gay men –in a safe, peaceful, trusting, joyful, an loving environment– designed to restore, energize and refresh both body and spirit while nurturing a true and rewarding brotherhood.Find out more »
Thank you for another terrific year. We will see you in 2019! Wednesday, October 23rd – Sunday, October 27th 2019 SERENITY BY THE SEA Provincetown celebrates its 32nd year of recovery, unity, and service for the LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans-gender, Queer, Questioning) community and all of our friends. Provincetown, Massachusetts is the idyllic backdrop for this amazing 5 days of 12-Step meetings, workshops and activities. Provincetown offers a dynamic setting for our exciting, friendly, and diverse weekend full of recovery, growth and spirituality.…Find out more »
About HRU: Unity. Service. Recovery. Houston Roundup is in its 38th year. We are an LGBTQ+ and allies recovery conference originally founded by members of Lambda Houston, and we are grateful to continue this long relationship with Lambda Center by holding many of our events at Lambda Center and having a committee made up of Lambda Houston members. Houston Roundup is the nation’s 3rd longest-running LGBTQ+ recovery conference. A not-for-profit organization, Houston Roundup’s mission is to provide a welcoming, enriching…Find out more »
REHOBOTH BEACH ROUNDUP February 14-16, 2020Find out more »
The Southeastern Massachusetts Round-Up (S.E.M.R.U.) is a non-profit organization of LGBTs who join together to organize an annual convention. S.E.M.R.U. is an AA event with Al-Anon and Ala-Teen participation. We produce a two to four day conference of persons in recovery, who observe the Twelve Steps and Traditions of Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-Anon. We offer workshops, information and social affairs which are intended not only to carry the message of AA and Al-Anon, but also to convey the spirit…Find out more »