We know how you feel - we have a way out.


For over 40 years, the ODAAT Group of A.A. has been helping folks in the Plano area with their drinking problem.


Professionals who work with alcoholics share a common purpose with A.A.: to help the alcoholic stop drinking.

Join Us for a Meeting

If you've never been to A.A., we would love to have you come visit us. Most of us start our journey with a meeting - which usually runs about an hour. You're welcome to come in, sit down and just listen. Stick around afterward and we'll answer any questions you may have about A.A. And don't worry, there are no fees or dues, just fellowship.

In-person and Online Meetings

ODAAT Meeting Schedule

Meeting Types

  • Open: For anyone interested in Alcoholics Anonymous. Friends, Family and Professionals are welcomed to observe.
  • Closed: For anyone with a drinking problem; whether a long time A.A. member, newcomer and anyone in between.
  • Men's: An opportunity for men to share their experience with alcoholism with other men.
  • Women's: An opportunity for women to share their experience with alcoholism with other women.
  • Newcomer: A meeting focused on newcomers and persons with less than 1 year of sobriety.
  • Speaker: A member shares their experience with alcoholism and sobriety.
  • Discussion: A discussion on a topic chosen by the meeting's chairperson.
  • Literature (BB & 12&12): Focused on further study and discussion of A.A.'s literature.

Can't Visit ODAAT?

Meeting Guide is a free-of-charge meeting finder app that helps people find A.A. meetings throughout the U.S.A. and Canada. Over 100,000 weekly meetings are currently listed - so you never need to be alone. Just reach out and A.A. is there.

7th Tradition Contributions

"A.A.'s 7th Tradition states that we are "fully self-supporting". Accordingly, we ask that only ODAAT A.A. members contribute to our group."


How to Find Us

To find other local meetings - Visit aadallas.org
Dallas Intergroup Hotline: 214-887-6699
For more information on Alcoholics Anonymous - Visit aa.org