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O, A, E, DF Living Sober

Living Sober is an on-line gathering of recovering Alcoholics who are also members of AA. We have meetings three nights a week and try to follow the traditions of AA as best we can. We also use email services and have our own website.

C, A, E Meeting of the Minds Group

Meeting of the Minds Group (MOMS) is a closed email meeting with one of the 12 Steps being a topic every other week; chairperson's choice in the alternating weeks. Meeting begins on Sunday with the opening post by the monthly topic chairperson.

C, MIL, E, DF Military 12x12

A worldwide closed 24/7 meeting: for military veterans and GIs in uniform whose privacy must be protected under OPSEC-type conditions.

  1. An e-mail help and discussion forum, purposefully without any website that might be compromised.

  2. We take it as a given that military life is an experience often 100% impossible to share in civilian AA groups.

  3. We focus on the 12 & 12 for guidance, although all AA-related matters are open for discussion -- with emphasis on military personnel, history, culture, experience, strength, and unique recovery challenges.

  4. Each January we begin with Step and Tradition 1, then take the next consecutive ones each month, ending with Step and Tradition 12 each December.

  5. The meeting was founded and is moderated by a Vietnam-era vet who has been active in AA and numerous general military websites since 2001.

  6. Language common to the duty shack and bunker is tolerated, but flaming is not and will immediately result in barracks justice.
To join or for information, write to Mike B or to Rick W at the address below.

O, A, RE, E, DF NAIGSO-AA Family Circles

The NAIGSO-AA Family Circles Group has been set up to enable Native Americans and our friends to make contact and support each other. We welcome all Nations, as well as all people. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking.

C, A, E New Beginnings E-Mail Sobriety Groups

Closed email groups of men and women, limited to 40 members per group. We feel that the 40-member cap allows the group to get to know each other in a more personal way. We celebrate birthdays, laughs, and the ups and downs of sober living. There is a weekly topic for discussion, chosen by the month's chairperson. Each group has its own officers and representative with the Online Intergroup of Alcoholic Anonymous. Roll calls are done periodically to verify membership with the group and touch base with those who have been quiet for a while. We consider New Beginnings to be more than just a meeting -― we are a family.

For information or to join, contact Susan C. or Bob B. at the address below.

C, A, E, DF NonVanilla AA

A closed group for those in the lifestyle of BD/sm. An AA, topic-based group that shares it's experience, strength and hope. Topics from the text of AA. This group adheres to the traditions of AA and endeavors to carry the message to the alcoholic who still suffers. Any Pending Memberships over 72 hours will be declined for lack of response.

O, A, E Not Quite Right (NQR)

NQR an AA group that shares ESH in a safe nonjudgemental piece of cyberspace. Our motto is "We have nothing to prove, but a whole lot to share." There are approximately 80 members -- many are newcomers _- all time zones (globally) are covered.

O, A, E Old Farts AA Thread Meeting

We are a group that knows that AA works with Alcoholics to get and stay sober. We are folks that need the companionship of others in recovery.
We want to be a fellowship that truly can laugh and cry with you. We also have topics and really laid-back AA meetings where we can also chew the fat and still be happy joyous and free.

O, A, E One Hour at a Time

Here to help ouselves by helping others. We share about what is going on.

O, A, E, DF OneDayAtATime5

An online AA email group that shares its experience, strength, and hope with each other so that we may achieve sobriety one day at a time.

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