SAA member groups agree to abide by the Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions of SAA and their
application of these principles is governed by their own group conscience. Members are urged
to attend different groups and find those that fit best with their personal needs in recovery.
Above all, keep coming back.
Electronic meetings by telephone or Internet are available if no face-to-face meetings can
be found. Meeting times and passcodes are available on our
Cornerstone of Recovery
Cornerstone Community Church2907 Mountain RdJoppa, MD, 21085Wednesday 7:00 PM (US/Eastern)
St Christophers Episcopal ChurchFollow the signs. Usually at back of the hall through 2nd double doors, sometimes elevator to 1st Floor and turn left116 Marydel Rdat Sweetser Rd, NW of W Maple Rd and Rt 170Linthicum Heights, MD, 21090-2130470-22-DCSAA (470-223-2722)www.dcmetrosaa.orgWednesday 8:00 PM (US/Eastern)
One Day at a Time
Good Samaritan PresbyterianBottom of the stairs, turn right, through double doors13025 Good Samaritan Drat Leonardtown Rd (Rt 5)Waldorf, MD, 20601-2124470-22-DCSAA (470-223-2722)www.dcmetrosaa.orgThursday 7:30 PM (US/Eastern)