Queen Creek Meeting house
12 Step Recovery Meetings
COVID-19 Facility Update
The QCMH Board of Directors [landlord] has voted to leave the facility open. In keeping with AA Tradition 4 [each group is autonomous], it is up to each meeting [tenants] to decide whether or not to hold their scheduled meetings. Meeting rent payments to the QCMH have been reduced. Please consider making a donation to the QCMH.
The Queen Creek Meeting House (QCMH), Arizona is a federally recognized 501(c)(3) charitable non-profit Arizona corporation. It is a facility where AA meetings, Al-Anon meetings, and other twelve step meetings, and related events are held.
Due to COVID-19, the decrease in meeting attendance has greatly reduced group 7th tradition collection and rent donations. Click here to make a donation.
QCMH Board of Directors Elections – July 2020
There are three (3) board positions up for re-election. Each position is a two (2) year term. At the time of election the candidate must be a member of a 12-step group, have twelve (12) months of continuous sobriety or continuous membership for non sobriety groups, and be a member in good standing. You must be a QCMH member to vote in the election. Current board members may run again for re-election. More election information to follow.
House Committe OPEN Position – Grounds Maintenance
QCMH Annual Membership
Additional Meeting Information
Search the complete list of meetings at the QCMH or print a PDF version of the current meeting schedule. Updates to the meeting schedule should be forwarded to the QCMH Schedule Coordinator.
All meetings are self-supporting, rent-paying entities independent of the QCMH. Any comments or questions about the meetings should be directed to the individual meetings.
Interested in starting a 12th step recovery meeting, please contact a member of the board of directors or house committee. They will be glad to assist you in finding an available time slot.