A Spiritual Recovery
This AA group is oriented to serving agnostics, freethinkers, atheists, non-theists, non-believers, rationalists, naturalists, humanists, secularists, skeptics .....pretty much anyone who is likely to struggle with working a program of recovery that contains the words God, Him and His.
We have email topic meetings. Each week, there are multiple email topic meetings, initiated by a volunteer. Members are free to discuss the topics whenever they wish.
The group has a discussion forum. In addition to the weekly topic meetings, members may start other discussions as well, such as how their week is going or problems and issues which have arisen, whatever might be on their minds. Members who are already participants in the topic meetings may participate in the forum discussions too.
A Way Of Life
This is an open discussion group which meets weekly using AA approved literature..."Living Sober", "As Bill Sees it" books to guide discussion on the challenges of "Staying Stopped".
Chairperson will lead the meeting by reading from the text and open floor for sharing. Join us and share with others how you are "staying stopped" one day at a time!
Thursdays 2-3pm EST
1(605) 475-6767 Passcode: 7332415#
A.A. Online / Live Chat Meetings
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 A New Beginning
We are an online community dedicated to recovery from alcoholism using the program of Alcoholics Anonymous. We believe in upholding the traditions of AA, and strive to help those who still suffer.
We have open chat, as well as open meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous and email meetings. Chat meetings take place at 9:00 and 11:00 p.m. EST.
Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help others to recover from alcoholism.
AA Above All Else
Above All Else is an open discussion email group. The only requirment for membership is a desire to stop drinking.
Every week one of our members posts a topic for discussion. Members are free to discuss the topic whenever they wish throughout the week. There may also be discussion on other issues as well, such as how a member’s week is going or problems and issues which have arisen. Sometimes members will share on different events in their lives such as hobbies, etc. Generally, though, the discussions are related to recovery from alcoholism. We invite you join us, by sending an email to the contact below.
AA Acceptance Is The Answer
We are a closed email meeting for men and women who have found the solution to our alcoholism in the program of Alcoholics Anonymous.
The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking.
Each week we share on a step or a tradition and a question/topic submitted by a member. We share our gratitudes and our sorrows. We celebrate AA birthdays, share laughs, and the ups and downs of clean and sober living.
We encourage fun and friendly cross talk and off topic discussions. We take our recovery seriously, but not ourselves.
Although we are not affiliated with AA World Service, we do our best to adhere to the traditions of Alcoholics Anonymous. The group is moderated to protect your anonymity.
We do not tolerate criticism or flaming. Our purpose is to provide a supportive place for sharing our experience, strength and hope with each other.
If you would like to participate in the new beginnings of this group, please give us a try!
All suggestions are welcome! This is YOUR group!
AA Action Is the Key
Action Is the Key
We are an eclectic group of men and women in various stages of sobriety; some a few days, some a few months, some a few years, and some a few decades. We've all had different experiences and taken different paths, but we have all found our way here for the same reason. We accept that the key to sobriety is in taking the simple actions stated in the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous. Each week, a volunteer 'speaker' initiates a discussion based on the 12 Steps and 12 Traditions. We rotate through, one a week. Additionally, the 'speaker' will offer a discussion topic of their choice for members' thoughts. All members are encouraged to share their experience, strength, and hope relative to the topics that week.
In addition to those topics, members may also discuss whatever might be on their minds; a thought, a fear, a success, an anecdote, or just talk about how they're feeling that day. We enjoy lots of chat, cross talk, and clean humor. We take our sobriety seriously but not ourselves. We have great camaraderie, we like each other, support one another, and therefore, personal criticism of others or arguments is not tolerated. We are here to find serenity and sobriety, not conflict.
The only requirement to be here is a desire to stop drinking. Remember, Action Is The Key!
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, please join us.
To join us, or for further information, please contact Scout
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 Atheists and Agnostics
A place to achieve and share recovery from alcohol addiction that is fully accepting of non-belief in God.
Our only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking.
AA Aussie Topic discussion via skype
AA Aussie Topic Discussion via Skype
Saturday 7.30pm AEST
This is an open discussion meeting with allows participation by skype.
Topics selected are readings from the Big Book, Living Sober, As Bill Sees It etc. Chairman selects various readings to guide discussion on chosen topic. Members at the meeting and those participating via skype are invited to share their experience with the topic.
Meetings are for 90 minutes with a short break about half way through.
Skype participation is audio only to limit the bandwidth. Please add the skype ID "aanundahaa" and send a skype text message stating that you would like to join the meeting at about 7.20pm, approx 10 minutes before the start of the meeting. You will be called into the meeting by the moderator.
Meeting Saturday 7.30pm AEST Brisbane Australia timezone. (AEST = GMT + 10)
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
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 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 www.paltalk.com; get yourself a nic; and then go to health issues click on health then overcoming addictions.
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 Fellowship and Chat
AA Fellowship and Chat provides an open forum for AA members. We have open chat, discussions on any related AA topics and also conduct impromptu meetings. The room is open 8am thru 8pm EDT daily.
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 Group
This group of A.A. attempts to maintain a tradition of free expression, and conduct a meeting where alcoholics may feel free to express any doubts or disbeliefs they may have, and to share their own personal form of spiritual experience, their search for it, or their rejection of it. We do not endorse or oppose any form of religion or atheism. Our only wish is to assure suffering alcoholics that they can find sobriety in A.A. without having to accept anyone else's beliefs or having to deny their own.
Our meeting is open to one and all, Buddhists, Taoists, Humanists, Apostates, Apatheists, Agnostics, Atheists and seeker are all found here.
AA Friends is a small online group of Alcoholics Anonymous started on April 21, 2013. The group holds two topic discussion meetings on Saturdays at 8 am
and 8 pm Eastern US time.
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 Holiday Group
The Holiday Group of Alcoholics Anonymous Meets ONLY on holidays. We are a telephone meeting. We meet from 8AM Pacific/ 11AM Eastern, and are an open meeting. We follow the primary purpose and 12 traditions of A.A. This is a topic meeting. Our hope is to give alcoholics a place to go on holidays when things might be tough, and also to have members be there for them in their time of need.
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.
We are a group that meets on Sundays at GMT+7 via Skype. Format is a topic discussion. Connect to Skype I.D. aajakarta and be online 5-10 minutes before time and you will be invited in. Members are often loners in Asia, Australia, Mexico, USA
AA Lesbian 3 (AAL3)
We are a group of alcoholic lesbians with a member base of 22. We post a topic each week via email and everyone can share on that topic or share on anything they want. We have alot of experience, strenght and hope here.
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.
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 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 â€¦ 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 womenâ€™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 Steps to Recovery Worldwide
AAS2RWW is an international email group of Alcoholics Anonymous.
We are a closed AA Group, meaning we are open to those who admit they are alcoholics. Are you an alcoholic?. If so, please join us.
AAS2RWW is an email based meeting. Unlike a chat room, you don't need to log in at any particular time. Meetings are sent via e-mail by the chair for each day. Members can then read and respond or "share" when it is convenient and appropriate for them.
Each daily meeting shares on a recovery step, tradition, concept, or principle with reference to a quote from AA World Services Conference Approved Literature. The Leader suggests a recovery topic for discussion, and invites members to share 'on' or 'off' this topic.
Our primary group purpose is to carry the recovery message of A.A. and to provide a safe and friendly place for fellowship.
For more information, visit our Website Homepage by clicking on this link:
To join, Click here:
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's Meeting
(Central European Time)
Thursday 21:00 CET
Sunday 16:30 CET
How to join: Please send a contact request to aawomensmeeting from your Skype account stating that you want to attend meetings, and be on line 5-10 minutes before the meeting start time. In the Chat box, you can ask to be added to the meeting and you will be called by the meeting’s technical host. When you see the Skype call on your screen, answer with voice only. Video is not supported.
Mission Statement: This group originated in Continental Europe in 2010 to primarily serve women who live in non-English speaking countries or who have difficulty accessing English-speaking meetings in person.
Meeting Format: All meetings are 1-hour long with a chairperson that follows a format. The theoretical attendance limit is 25 (Skype's limit), but can range from 15-20+ depending on the strength of the internet connection.
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 Military.com 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 Military.com's home page -- on the left side go to Discussions, scroll to the bottom where you will see Health & Fitness, third board from the top is AA's Vigilant Vet's 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.
Open discussion meetings held at 8am, 2 pm, 8 pm and 11 pm, all eastern time. There is a Step meeting Saturdays at 8 pm.
AA-Australia Unity Recovery Group
We are an audio group holding regular meetings daily. We practice the 12 Twelve Traditions in our group.
9:30pm 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.
A group of men, from all walks of life, who share their experience, strenght and hope with each other, one day at a time.
We put a weekly topic and all members in the list are able to share about the topic during the week, also we publish the daily reflections in our list.
Women needing support, sponsors, comraderie, information about recovery; we study the Big Book, 12X12, and other AA approved literature in the context of women's issues. But all topics are open for discussion. We ask that all who are interested to submit a biography and we will contact them with information about our meetings (three days a week and traditions). A member will welcome the newcomer, and the bio will help us to decide how to help and incorporate them into our group.
We are friendly and inclusive. We encourage newcomers of all types.
We are a grateful group of lesbians recovering from the disease of alcoholism and sharing our experience, strength and hope with each other. Our weekly meeting post goes out on Sunday afternoons and members share throughout the week. We'd love to have you join us.
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.
AAmen is an International Online Men's Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous. We meet online through e-mail to share our experience, strength, and hope on weekly topics. We are composed of many men from around the world. The format of our meeting is that of a Closed Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous. The only requirement for membership in AAmen is that you be a man with a desire to stop drinking.
To subscribe, please contact our list-owner at
email@example.com or visit our website
www.prismnet.com/aamen for more information.
aaonlineen.fr (aa in english in france)
Our group name is our website name.
We are an English speaking group of alcoholics, who have all affirmed Tradition 3. We were founded in France but we have a worldwide membership. Members share ES & H at will. Plus we have 2 weekly topics.
Access is via registration & a password. Members may read mails on our site & on their PC/Mobile. We have at least one bilingual member.
We also have a weekly English F2F meeting in Granville, Normandy. Details on website.
We offer closed, AA, live text chat meetings.
Mon,Wed,Fri & Sun at 10:00 AM EST.
Tue,Thu at 8:30PM EST
Our mission is to provide AA meetings live online to those who cannot physically attend meetings and make available an additional tool for those who can.
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 Rebecca at the address below.
Alcoholics -N- Recovery
OUR AA MEETINGS ARE HELD DAILY AT:
12:00pm 8pm EST
Our Big Book Study is Friday 8 PM EST
First Wednesday of every months is our "Speaker Meeting" 8pm EST
"Alkies.Org" is an online group of Alcoholics Anonymous currently hosting open online chat meetings.
We adhere to the preamble and find our guidance in the traditions of AA.
Anyone Anywhere AA
We are a non-geographic AA group that meets Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10:30pm EST. If you would like to invite other AA members to attend this meeting, please do.
How To Join:
Please add the Skype ID AnyoneAnywhereAA and send a skype text message stating that you would like to join the meeting about 10 minutes before the start of the meeting. You will be called into the meeting by the moderator.
As We Understood Him.
As We Understood Him 12 Steps and 12 Traditions, Study Group.
EVERY NIGHT AT 9PM EST. PHONE NUMBER (424) 203-8000 PIN CODE 668848
EMAIL ADDRESS : firstname.lastname@example.org
As atheists, we have experiences that are often disturbing to us, as when our opinions are criticized, when we ourselves are criticized, or when we simply get the cold shoulder.
But we often have very positive experiences and opinions to express, not only with each other via group email, but in our local District meetings, and we often convey those to the group.
Our purpose never has and never will be to criticize members who have a faith in God, God-as-they-understand-Him, or in any form of higher power.
We merely need a place to talk to each other sometimes, to bounce ideas of other members who understand our experiences, strengths, and hopes in A.A.