Until more people are willing and able to volunteer, Tillamook Serenity Club has re-opened with a limited Meeting Schedule with Guidelines as required by our state and local governments. We will be ONLY open for meetings and due to maximum occupancy restrictions and not wanting to turn anyone away seeking meetings, we can offer the days and times shown below for face to face meetings.
Face coverings are required for indoor spaces by Oregon mandate.
Maximum occupancy in the upstairs meeting room is 13 if not of the same household. Maximum occupancy in the downstairs meeting room is 12 if not of the same household, and the group will have access to both meeting rooms in that time slot for overflow if necessary to accommodate all attendees. The group will need to have a meeting opener volunteer in place to open the meeting and ensure that social distancing and sanitizing protocols are followed.
Updated as of 01/15/21:
In Person Meetings at TSC
5012 3rd Street - Tillamook, OR 97141
Monday: Noon AA Eastside; 6PM AA Eastside
Tuesday: 6PM NA Survivors
Wednesday: Noon AA Eastside; 6PM AA Eastside
Thursday: Noon NA Our Hour; 6PM NA Survivors
Friday: Noon Al-Anon; 6PM AA Eastside
Saturday: 6PM NA Survivors
Sunday: 4:30 PM Dual Diagnosis Anonymous (DDA)
Sunday: 6PM NA Survivors
ONLY on Zoom until further notice: No ½ Measures Women, Nar-Anon, On Awakening AA, Gamblers Anonymous, Twisted Sisters NA, Diamond Dawgs NA, and AA Stepsisters on Zoom until further notice.
What YOU can do to protect yourself, and others:
-Avoid close contact, maintain 6 ft. distance (about 2 arm lengths apart) from people outside of your own household
-Cover your mouth and nose with a face cover when not seated at a table or in a meeting
-Practice frequent hand washing
-Follow directional flow and marked spaces in the building
-Stay home If you are not feeling well or have symptoms
-Children must remain with you at ALL times. Due to phase 1 maximum occupancy regulations, if you can make other arrangements, please do so.
What WE are doing to protect your health:
-Cleaning and disinfecting surfaces after each meeting
This includes tables, doorknobs, light switches, countertops, handles, toilets, faucets, and sinks
-Practicing frequent hand washing
-Wearing face covering for your protection
-Encouraging 6 ft. social distancing from people outside of your own household
You are not required to be a club member to attend meetings and events here. If you would like to become a member, dues are $10 monthly. Members are requested to keep their dues current and are encouraged to provide service work. Donations from members and from our local community help keep our doors open and our mission alive. Donations may be tax deductible and they are greatly appreciated.