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Serenity Cafe

AA topic meeting, Friday 9pm -- 10pm EST

Contact HJF at the address below for the link to the Serenity Cafe. (AOL subscription required.)


Serenity of the North

Sharing Experience, Strenghth, and Hope with one another.

Contact Suzy Q. at the address below.


Sisters in Sobriety (SIS)

SIS is a women's AA meeting with a weekly topic. First greeting contains general information about the group.

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


Sober & Proud Online

Sober & Proud Online is a closed group of Alcoholics Anonymous for straight, gay, and lesbian members. The group adheres to the 12 steps & 12 traditions of AA. The only requirement to join, is the desire to stop drinking. There is a weekly topic for discussion but not limited. This is "Your" meeting.


Sober One Day at a Time Gay Group

The Sober One Day at a Time Gay Group is a room where gays and lesbians meet, as well as non-gays and lesbians. If you have a desire to stay sober one day at a time, you are welcome in this room. The meetings consist of discussions pertaining to our recovery and well being.

The room can be found on PalTalk (, under the health related issues category. No cams allowed. Microphone required. We meet three times a week: Sundays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 6:00 p.m. Eastern Time US.


Sobriety 1st

We are a small group of recovering alcoholics who are also gay. We use our email to share experience, strength, and hope with each other, so we can get and stay sober. We don't offer professional addictions counseling nor are we a replacement for face to face meetings. We are like a daily vitamin taken in addition to eating a balanced diet. In many cases, there are no local outlets for gay alcoholics, in which event, we are a pretty good substitute, but we try to encourage finding a group in which you can become a comfortable participant.

While many of us are members of AA, we are not associated or affiliated with, endorsed or approved by Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, Inc., however we usually try to confine the conversation to how our alcoholism has previously and continues to affect our lives, and what we do to maintain our sobriety.

If we can help you, you can help us keep Sobriety First!


Sounds of Sobriety (SOS)

The Sounds of Sobriety online email group was formed to help us who have a hearing loss (deaf, deafened, or hard of hearing) to find a place to recover from alcoholism. For many of us, face-to-face AA meetings no longer work. All members of AA, or those who think they may have a problem with alcohol, are welcome.


Spiritual Scholars Phone Bridge Meeting

Meets Saturdays @ 10:00 AM Eastern Time. Reads and shares from the Big Book. Uses conference call phone bridge, which is a long distance call.

Call 270-400-1500. Phone is answered by a computer which will ask for a pin number followed by the # sign.

Enter 31203#. You are now on the meeting and your phone is muted.

When you wish to share, hit *6 on your keypad.

We follow the format of a regular AA meeting.


St. Pious Group

We share hope and strength and stay sober on a one day basis.


Staying Cyber

The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. The Staying Cyber Group holds weekly AA meetings on the Web. The meetings use a guest book discussion format. Each topic runs for a full week so that you may read or contribute at your convenience. The Guidelines page will explain how to participate.

The site is accessible with any web browser.


Step Chat

There are 19 A.A. meetings a week scheduled at Step Chat, and an open chat room is available 24/7. Confirmation of meeting attendance is also available.

For your protection, our chat rooms require registration and a password, but you can use an alias to register.


Sunlight of the Spirit

Online email group, sharing experience, strength, and hope with other alcoholics and family members or friends. Encorage face to face meetings whenever possible and face to face sponsorship. Big Book and 12 & 12 highly relied on as well as other AA resources.



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