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C, A, E Experience, Strength & Hope

Closed email discussion conducted by a different member each week who selects the week's topic. One of the group's goals is to keep idle chat and cross-talk to an absolute minimum.

http://mylist.net/listinfo/esh

C, GLBT, E GLBTYPAA

The Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Young People of Alcoholics Anonymous (GLBTYPAA) host a regular online meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous.

This is a closed meeting for alcoholics and anyone who has a desire to stop drinking (if you're not sure if you're an alcoholic or not). This ongoing meeting has a traditional AA format that conducts its weekly meeting through the exchange of emails.

To join or contact GLBTYPAA, send an email to the address below.

pupmasters@yahoo.com

O, A, E, DF Grateful Dead Email AA Group

Grateful Dead Email AA Group is an online group of people from all over the world — always newbies and lots of long timers, too. New topics are posted regularly. Rigidity is not our cup of tea. We care a lot about life and each other. God's not through with us yet.

http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/GratefulDeadAA/
GratefulDeadAA-subscribe@yahoogroups.com

C, Women, E GROW

The Grateful Recovering Online Women (GROW) Group of Alcoholics Anonymous holds email meetings for alcoholic women and women who wish to learn how A.A. might help them stop drinking. GROW adheres 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 here is a daily reprieve from our drinking that has transformed our lives.

http://www.g-r-o-w.com
grow-owner@oso-aa.org

C, A, E Happy, Joyous and Free Group

Email AA Group for alcoholics using a weekly discussion format.

sbanker914@aol.com

O, A, RE, E, DF Indigenous Sobriety

Our Spirit: Sober~Strong. This group has been set up to enable Indigenous/Aboriginal people who are sober from alcohol and other drugs to make contact and support each other. Our sober friends are welcome to join us too!

"Is it our right to drink or our responsibility to get sober? ... We already knew we each had rights as humans, to eat, to have love, and to have water but what was more important was our responsibility to help each other to survive, to look after ourselves with dignity, to look after our Elders, our dreaming sites and lands. How can we look after our land if we are drunk?"

The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. So if you are interested, join up and lets start talking!

http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/indigenous_sobriety
indigenous_sobriety-subscribe@yahoogroups.com

O, A, E JCMC Group

JCMC is an AA email fellowship, dedicated to sharing on weekly topics about recovery in Alcoholics Anonymous. Each group holds up to 30 members. We keep the group at an intimate number so that we may get to know each other on a personal level. We share our experience, strength, and hope with each other that we may solve our common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. All who claim the Third Tradition of Alcoholics Anonymous may join.

To join or to get more information, write to the email address below.

Rooodee2@aol.com

C, A, E Journey for Soberity

Journey for Sobriety is a closed group of alcoholics that share their ESH with other alcoholics around the world. We ask that you admit that your an alcoholic to join our group. We believe in the 12 Step program.

-for-sobriety?hl=en
journey-for-sobriety@googlegroups.com

C, Women, E KISS Group

Keep It Simple Sisters (KISS) is a closed women's AA meeting. For sharing by email we have three topics per week -- plus a monthly Step/Tradition discussion. We welcome all women who adhere to AA’s Third Tradition: “The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking."

With tons of experience, strength, and hope, the warm and sincere recovering women from all around the globe in KISS offer many years of wonderful sobriety.

kissgroup@yahoo.com

C, A, E Lamplighters Group

Closed general discussion meeting of A.A. with meeting conducted by email going on 24 hours a day seven days a week. Global membership with members in over 22 countries and at both poles.

listkeepers@aa-lamplighters.org

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