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AA A Sober Reality

This is an online group for AA members who have an affinity for earth-oriented forms of spirituality. Monthly AA-based topics will discuss how philosophies and tools described by different teachers of earth-oriented spirituality and esoterica can be incorporated into the spiritual part of our individual recovery programs. The aims of these tools include the promotion of higher energy levels, clarity of mind, and the avoidance of negative thought patterns that pose a threat to sobriety. This AA group is for those who have an affinity for earth-oriented forms of spirituality.

We also have weekly real-time meetings.


AA Above All Else

AA Above All Else is a fun group of recovering alcoholics who believe that sobriety is about the joy of living. Our group consists of newcomers as well as members with many years of continuous sobriety. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking.

We post a weekly topic on which we share our experience, strength and hope; however, we also encourage friendly cross-talk and off-topic sharing on such subjects as how our week is going.

For more information or to join our group please contact Susan at the address below.


AA Action Is the Key

We are a group of men and women who accept that the key to sobriety is in taking the simple action stated in the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous exactly as written without analysis or interpretation. We are not intellectual analyzers; we just do it. We post a topic each week, and all members are expected to share their experience, strength, and hope relative to the topic.

But, we are not a glum lot. In addition to the topic, we also discuss whatever is on our minds. Lots of chat, cross talk, and clean humor. Laughter is the best medicine and we do joke a lot. We take our sobriety seriously but not ourselves. We have great camaraderie, we like each other, and no personal criticism of others or arguments are tolerated. We are lovers not fighters.

If this approach to sobriety appeals to you, and you are willing to share your experience, strength, and hope on each topic, each week, or if you have questions, join us.

Contact Person is Karen D. at the address below.


AA Always Remain Teachable

We are an email meeting for alcoholics, who encourages sharing of both AA related material and general conversation. We feel that by being somewhat aware of the happenings in each others lives we can best learn how to apply AA's principles in all our affairs.

This is an excellent group for those who want to be in a close-knit group. We are serious about recovery, but we try not to take ourselves too seriously.

We as a group adhere to the 12 Traditions. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. This group will be free from harassment or flaming.


AA Beginners Club

If you can't stop drinking no matter how hard you try, if you need to stop drinking for good, if you're new to sobriety, or if you have questions about Alcoholics Anonymous, then we can help. We want to share our experience, strength, and hope with anyone suffering from alcoholism, and share with you how we have recovered through Alcoholics Anonymous.


AA Chat & Email Meetings

A variety of email and chat meetings chaired by solidly sober people ... lots of sobriety ... 24/7 ... and newcomers are always welcome!


AA Delaware Online

Closed meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous, founded by a Delawarean who loves to meet AAers from all parts. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. Membership does have to be approved by the group's moderator and approval depends only on a reply to an automatic message sent to all who attempt to join and which asks only about your adherence to the third tradition. If you don't know what the third tradition is, just tell me why you want to be a member of AADelawareOnline. If you don't want to drink anymore, we would love to have you as a member of our group.


AA Downunder Meeting

We are voice chat room for recovering alcoholics. It is a closed meeting and we have protocols that we follow, When you come in an admin will ask you to id yourself in IM. Please answer them. This way we try to keep it safe. We have over 80 members online and are still growing.

We meet 7 days a week, 8.30 Easteren USA time.

Go to; get yourself a nic; and then go to health issues click on health then overcoming addictions.


AA Fellowship

AA Fellowsip is a group of recovering alcoholics helping each other stay sober by sharing our ES&H. The only requirement to join us is a desire to stop drinking.


AA Firm Believers

We are a group of fun loving alcoholics who are serious about the solution that we have found by actively working the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous. We utilize the steps; we do not analyze them. We are unified by the spirit of our fellowship in recovery, and we are strengthened by regularly sharing our experience, strength, and hope with each other. We adhere to the Twelve Traditions and we have fun in the process.

Though sharing on the weekly topic is expected, we have a lot of fun-spirited crosstalk and off-topic discussions. Personal criticism or flaming of any kind is strictly prohibited. We look at Principles, not Personalities.

If you have decided you want what we have and are willing to share on a weekly basis, then give us a try. Come, be a part of our joyful journey.

Contact Janice S. at the email address below.


AA Freethinkers

Oriented towards agnostic, atheist, freethinker, and secular humanists in recovery. No prayer format. This is an international live video chat. You will be able to see people's faces and hear their voices in real time, with much of the immediacy of a face-to-face meeting. Video cam is not necessary if you don't have one, but please use headphones/earphones to avoid echo.

A one hour discussion meeting is held every Sunday at 2pm Greenwich Mean Time. Please check for your individual time zone. Topic discussion meetings held every week. First Sunday is a beginner's meeting with reading from "Living Sober."

The AA Freethinkers chatroom will be set up shortly before the meeting. Go to and find our chatroom in the list. The password to enter the room is "recovery."

For help or more information, write to the address below.


AA Friends World Wide

AA Friends World Wide (AAFWW) is an English-language, closed, general-discussion group of Alcoholics Anonymous by email mailing list. AAFWW is an international AA group with members from around the world. The meeting goes on 24/7. We welcome anyone with a desire to stay sober and help others to achieve sobriety. We adhere to the Traditions of Alcoholics Anonymous.


AA Higher Power Online

Open discussion meeting.


AA Indya

AA Indya is a email forum of recovering alcoholics in India and Indians staying abroad. Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics achieve sobriety. Anyone who has a desire to stop drinking can become a member whether Indian or not.

Sharing is based on experience, strength and hope. Each week, a topic is posted, and members share their experience, strength, and hope on the Topic.

Anybody already in AA who wishes to join can send an email to the address below, giving a brief introduction regarding his or her disease and date of sobriety. If you are a newcomer to AA, please state a desire to stop drinking, along with a brief introduction of your drinking career.


AA Into Action

AA Into Action is a fellowship of alcoholics united in sobriety to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety. "This requires action on our part." Meetings are every night at 11:00 pm eastern at Town Square -- AA Into Action on AmericaOnline (AOL).

For information, contact Connie at the address below.


AA Lesbian Groups

A closed email meeting. The chairperson for the month sends out weekly leads, and we share our experience, strength, and hope regarding both AA and life in general. Groups are "capped" at 25 so we can get to know each other better, and new groups are always starting. All groups adhere to the traditions of AA and endeavor to carry the message to the alcoholic who still suffers.

Contact us at the address below to subscribe or for further information.


AA Loners

An email list is available for AA members living more than two hours from the nearest meeting. Those who are homebound or who otherwise cannot attend AA meetings are also welcome.

Note that this is not a meeting for those wishing to help AA Loners. It is a meeting for A.A. Loners.


AA Los Angeles

Discussion of what's happening in AA in Los Angeles County. The group's purpose is to facilitate information exchange about groups, service opportunities, and events in AA in Los Angeles County. Open to any AA member.

To join us, use the address below or write to Chuck G.


AA Men

A closed meeting for men, AA Men was founded on AOL. This offshoot meets on the Internet. Contact AA Men at the following address for further information.


AA Online Meeting

Step, tradition, discussion, Big Book, and fellowship meetings are held each week in discussion format. Everyone is welcome. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. A links directory, AA daily readings, and more. There are no dues or fees, everything is free.


AA Recovery Group

We are a small women-only group who share their E.S.H. on a daily basis. We adhere strictly to the traditions; however, we do add a little rule #62 to the mix, which means having fun. We are different from other groups in that we allow html and stationery to make our shares prettier. You will find us a very safe place to share, and the only requirement to join us is a desire to stop drinking. If you are new to online AA, please give us a try, we think you will be happy you did.

Please write to the email address below or to Marg at or to become a member of our group.


AA Serenity

AA Serenity is a closed, women's AA email meeting. Our weekly topics consist of a general topic and a Big Book topic, as well as discussions on the Steps and Traditions of the corresponding month. We welcome all women who adhere to the traditions of AA. We have women from all over the world sharing their experience, strength, and hope in this group … and we support one another, as sisters, through all the bad times, as well as all the good times. AA Serenity remains one of the safest women’s AA on-line groups on the Internet.

Write to the address below to subscribe or for further information.


AA Social Discussion Group

An email group of recovering alcoholics to help each other stay sober one day at a time.


AA Spiritual Toolkit Group

We are an email group whose sole purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety. The only qualification to be a member is to have a desire to stop drinking. And maybe have some fun too!

We have two chair people and two topics per week, one on Sunday and one on Wednesday. Our chair people serve on one month rotations. Off topic topics are encouraged also. Our meeting is run just like any face-to-face meeting including all the common courtesy we would normally extend to each other in any other meeting format.

Please email Rebecca at the address below to join or request more information.


AA Way of Life

Alcoholics Anonymous Way of Life offers a warm welcome to anyone who is recovering from alcoholism with the help of the 12-Step Programme, and also to anyone who thinks they may have a drinking problem.

This is a forum where we share our experience, strength, and hope with each other.


AA Women in Recovery

A fun and easy women's AA support group. We give alot of encouragement, strength, and hope!


AA Women OnLine

This group of AA Women OnLine invite women members of AA and women with a desire to stop drinking to join us on our journey to sobriety and recovery in AA. We share our experience strength and hope with each other through online email meetings held twice weekly and a monthly Step and Tradition Meeting. We ask, we wonder, we learn, and we grow, providing for one another a loving, caring, and supportive home group.

We invite you to join with us by contacting Susie E at the address below.


AA's Vigilant Vets

We adhere to the 12 Steps and 12 Traditions found in The Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous. We come from all walks of life and we have traveled many different paths to get to A.A. What we have found from our discussions is a daily reprieve from our drinking, and that daily reprieve has transformed our lives. We provide this discussion board as part of our 12 Step work, and we welcome new members.

In order to join this AA meeting and post your experience, strength and hope it is necessary to create a account. The account is free of charge and can be created anonymously.

Contact Terry R. or Terry J. for more information at the email address below. Also below is the link for our group. If you were going to access the site from's home page -- on the left side go to Discussions, scroll to the bottom where you will see Health & Fitness, thrid board from the top is Substance Abuse Recovery Board.


AA-AAE The AA Experience

We are a closed online meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous. As a group we adhere to the Twelve Traditions of AA. The only requirement for membership
is a desire to stop drinking.

Through email posting we offer experience, strength and hope to every alcoholic who asks. You'll find posts on recovery, the Twelve Steps, the Twelve Traditions, and socializing. We do try to have a fun time while remaining serious about recovery. We look forward to your membership and your shares. We all need each other in sobriety.


AA-Australia Unity Recovery Group

We are an audio group holding regular meetings daily. We practice the 12 Twelve Traditions in our group.

8pm daily EST (Sydney, Australia, time zone)

To access our group:

1. Download a small program from "Paltalk" then register a nick name.

2. Click on the "groups" tab and go through the list until you come to the "Health Related and Body" lobby.

3. Enter and select the AA-Australia Unity Recovery Group.



AA-Lamps is an informal gathering of members of Alcoholics Anonymous in a chat room setting. The room is open to all who have a desire to stop drinking. If you think you may have a problem with alcohol, you are welcome to come visit us. The chat room is an IRC room, #AA-Lamps, using the IRC network Starchat.



One of the original men's groups online. Weekly topic open for discussion by its members, numbering about 30.

Contact Alorando at the address below to subscribe or for further information.



AAsGAL is a group of women who are dedicated, through the Program of Alcoholics Anonymous, to help each other grow in sobriety and to help those still suffering achieve sobriety. We are an AA meeting, and adhere to the 12 Traditions of Alcoholics Anonymous. We have found that the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous have been our guide to a meaningful life, a life free of the misery of Alcoholism, and one of Joy beyond our Wildest Dreams. We hope that if you are a woman in recovery, or one still suffering and in need of help, you will join us on the Road to Happy Destiny. This group is a safe place for members to find and share recovery.



An online group based in Australia. A place where members of Alcoholics Anonymous can meet to share fellowship through email sharing.

People requesting membership are asked to provide us with a first name and a geographical location before being introduced to the group.

If you would like to join us, use the email or web links below.



AA Womens Closed AA group who have trusted servants of Secretary, Birthday Co-ordinator, and List Keeper. We were named AAW14 and have been going for many years. We are capped at 25 and share each week on a different AA topic including the Step and Tradition
corresponding to the month.

We are serious about our recovery but do insist that we are not a glum lot as we also have alot of fun. We are ladies from all over the world. We are an email group which maintain our membership list in our address books.

Contact Kym at the address below.


Alcoholic Clerics Anonymous

Online meeting via Email reaching out to Pastors, Clerics, and other Church Workers who suffer from alcoholism.

We are a Non-Denominational Outreach seeking to share our experience, strength, and hope from the perspective of Cleric or Church Worker.

Our main concern is maintaining sobriety, not theological debate. All who wish to recover are welcome.

Contact us at the address below.


Alcoholics Anonymous Group

This is a closed group, dedicated to sharing our experiences, stengths, and hopes to the newcomer and the old timers alike. We have close to 2,000 members and growing.

Send email to this group:


American Sign Language

Deaf and Hard of Hearing fellowhship of men and women who wish to seek and maintain sobriety from alcohol and drugs one day at a time.

Please send inquiries, comments, and referrals the address below.



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