Raised from the Dead


Raised from the Dead

"This we owe to A.A.’s future: to place our common welfare first; to keep our Fellowship united. For on A.A. unity depend our lives and the lives of those to come."


March 30
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April 2

$20 pre-registration


San Ramon Marriott
2600 Bishop Drive
San Ramon, CA



Alameda County Fairgrounds
4501 Pleasanton Ave
Pleasanton, CA

Friday and Saturday evening main meetings will be held at the fairgrounds; all other events will be at the hotel.

* Please note: ALL bookings of standard rooms are King Beds!
Important part #1: IF you want more people in your room, you MUST specify a request for a DOUBLE ROOM in your reservation under ADDITIONAL REQUESTS. Inventory of doubles are limited. Once depleted, people who SPECIFY a double bed under ADDITIONAL REQUESTS will be issued a roll away bed. Roll away beds are limited too!
Important #2- The double rooms OR roll aways will be assigned on a first come, first serve basis. Priority is for those staying at the hotel for the ENTIRETY of the conference (Thur-Sun). Booking early will increase your chance of getting the room type you want!
Thank you all and let's now get registered for a room!

Missed your chance to book a room in the main hotel? Don't wait to book one at our overflow hotel! Get your room at the Courtyard Marriott San Ramon HERE.

Announcing the ACYPAA XLV Pre-Conference Event!

Kick off the conference weekend with broomball at Dublin Iceland.

Please register ahead of time for the event HERE.

Upcoming Events


"But my friend sat before me, and he made the point blank declaration that God had done for him what he could not do for himself. His human will had failed. Doctors had pronounced him incurable. Society was about to lock him up. Like myself, he had admitted complete defeat. Then he had, in effect, been raised from the dead, suddenly taken from the scrap heap to a level of life better than the best he had ever known!" // Alcoholics Anonymous, page 11

In 1973, the All California Young People in Alcoholics Anonymous Roundup was established as an annual gathering in California to provide an opportunity for young AA's to come together and share their experience, strength, and hope. ACYPAA is visible evidence that large numbers of people are achieving a lasting and comfortable sobriety in Alcoholics Anonymous. AA's who attend an ACYPAA Roundup return home better prepared to receive young alcoholics who come to AA seeking recovery.

ACYPAA Advisory Council
International Conference of Young People in AA
Alcoholics Anonymous General Service Office

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