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Why should I support the WHRC and attend meetings there?
Why should we have our meeting at the WHRC?
How do I find out about meetings at the WHRC?
Are there meeting rules at the WHRC?
What kinds of meetings are allowed to meet at the WHRC?
How do I start a meeting or move my meeting to the WHRC?
How much is the rent for meetings at the WHRC?
How many people do the rooms in the WHRC hold?
Where should I park when I come to the WHRC?
How can I volunteer to help out with the WHRC?
Who runs the WHRC?
Are there employees at the WHRC?
How do I make a donation to the WHRC?



Why should I support the WHRC and attend meetings there?
To many, the WHRC (presently, and in its many incarnations over the years) provides a focal point for the recovery community and for anyone seeking recovery within the city at large. Your individual support and meeting attendance at the WHRC, along with community support and enthusiasm, enable us to keep our doors open each and every day, especially when the time comes for those seeking out recovery for the first time.
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Why should we have our meeting at the WHRC?
Your meeting held at the WHRC helps the Center offer a varied and full meeting schedule for the entire recovery community. Your meeting's rent goes toward the WHRC ensuring consistent and long-term presence of the recovery community.
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How do I find out about meetings at the WHRC?
A schedule of all WHRC meetings is posted at the Center. There are printed WHRC Schedules available free of charge at the Center. Individual meetings are responsible for listing their group with their affiliated 12-step group's Central Office.
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Are there meeting rules at the WHRC?
The WHRC has a posted set of house rules of conduct and will periodically provide housekeeping announcements for meeting secretaries. Meetings are required to indicate the number of attendees at each meeting. Otherwise, meeting formats are designed at the discretion of each meeting.
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What kinds of meetings are allowed to meet at the WHRC?
Any officially recognized 12-step group may hold meetings at the WHRC. Leave your name, number and a brief description of your meeting needs.
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How do I start a meeting or move my meeting to the WHRC?
Contact the WHRC at 310-360-4833. Leave your name, number and a brief description of your meeting needs.
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How much is the rent for meetings at the WHRC?
Rent for the large meeting room is $75 per week. Rent for the small room is $40 per week. New meetings will negotiate a start-up rent with the WHRC board and rental agreements are revisited on a quarterly basis.
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How many people do the rooms in the WHRC hold?
There are 2 rooms for meetings at the WHRC. The large meeting room holds over 100 people and the small room holds over 30 people.
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Where should I park when I come to the WHRC?
Street parking is available throughout the neighborhood. There is free 2 hour parking with validation (that can be obtained in the center) in the tall parking structure by the West Hollywood Library (the one with elephant graffiti on it). Validated tickets must be taken to the parking office on the ground floor of the structure, next to the southeast driveway exit before going to the window to pullout of the structure.During the daytime, please refrain from parking in front of businesses on San Vicente and Robertson Blvd. Be sure to read signs and restrictions before parking anywhere.
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How can I volunteer to help out with the WHRC?
For volunteer opportunities, please contact the WHRC at 310-360-4833 and leave your name and number and how you would like to help.
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Who runs the WHRC?
The WHRC is served by a Board of Directors, including an Executive Board, which consists of a President, Vice President, Treasurer and Secretary. The Board of Directors is in place to facilitate operations of the WHRC and is governed by a set of bylaws (which are available to the public upon request). The 12 Traditions of AA and The Concepts of World Service are incorporated into the WHRC bylaws.
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Are there employees at the WHRC?
The WHRC currently employs one office manager. The office manager is liaison between the meeting secretaries, meeting attendees and the WHRC board of directors. The remainder of the staff, including board members, consists entirely of volunteers for which we are all extremely grateful.
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How do I make a donation to the WHRC?
Donations can be made anytime by contacting the WHRC at 310-360-4833 or by mailing your contribution to our permanent mailing address: 8391 Beverly Blvd. #345, Los Angeles, CA 90048.
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