Wolfpack is an Open Stag Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous that began in 2001.

We meet at various locations around the Valley on Monday nights. 

Everyone is welcome at the Wolfpack. 

Join us for fellowship, food and recovery every Monday.

Meeting @ 8:00

 

Directions & Hosting: Call Jason T. 480-316-1912 or

Tyson 480-619-9445

Annual WOLFPACK Retreat: Speaker Playlist

Starting on 6/15/20, we will be opening the pack up to in-person meetings. Please see the details below:

• There will be no food and the meeting will be from 8:00-9:00pm
• The meeting will be at Kiwanis Park at: 5992 S All America Way, Tempe, AZ 85283
• Please check temperature before you come. If you have a temperature above 99, feel ill, or have been around anyone else feeling ill please DO NOT COME.
FACE MASKS ARE REQUIRED AS PER THE CITY OF TEMPE. If you have the means ,bring your own. Otherwise we will have masks and hand sanitizer available.
• Please practice social distancing – e.g. no hugs

In addition, we will keep the digital meeting open for those who do not feel comfortable or are unable to attend. Someone at the physical meeting will run zoom to make it available to those participating online.

 

To Join with video:

https://zoom.us/j/6023963872

To Join with audio only:

Phone number: 346-248-7799

Meeting ID: 602-396-3872

Meeting starts at 8pm

Please reach out to Cody with any questions about connecting via Zoom - 602.396.3872

PHOENIX

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ONLINE MEETING OPTION

To Join with video:

https://zoom.us/j/6023963872

To Join with audio only:

Phone number: 346-248-7799

Meeting ID: 602-396-3872

Meeting starts at 8pm

5500 S Mill Ave, Tempe, AZ 85283

Meeting starts at 8pm at the big ramada by the volley ball court

Kyle D. 4802611424

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FLAGSTAFF & WINSLOW

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Every Tuesday at 7PM

216 W. Phoenix Ave Flagstaff, AZ 86001

Scott C. 928-606-7278

Every Thursday at 8 PM

1901 W. 2nd St Winslow, AZ 86047

Shawn 928-551-3433

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"Having had a spiritual awakening as a result of these steps, we tried to carry this message to alcoholics, and to practice these principles in all our affairs."