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O, A, E, DF Pathway to Recovery

A new topic is posted at the beginning of the week, and people share their thoughts on the topic. Only 30 members will be allowed in the group.

O, A, E Pathway to Serenity

This is an open meeting of honest men and women who support each other in the recovery from alcoholism. The only requirement is a desire to stop drinking. There are weekly topics posted for discussion. We also feel that personal triumphs and disappointments contribute to our issues of sobriety.

Contact Jim S. at the address below or more information or to joing.

C, GLBT, E Rainbow Recovery

An online group for gay and lesbian members of AA is the Rainbow Recovery. It is a closed group, full name required for registration but not revealed to any one. As at all AA groups, no charge, but there is an annual request for $2/year Seventh Tradition to help pay for the server system.

Contact Ben at the address below to subscribe or for further information. Be sure to say the name of the list -- gayaagroup or rainbow -- and send it from where you receive email. Include your full name.

C, GLBT, E, DF Rainbow Serenity

Rainbow Serenity is a closed email group for gay and lesbian members of AA. We have a 40-member limit. We feel that the 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. 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 Rainbow Serenity to be more than just a meeting -- we are a family.

C, A, E Recovered Alcoholics

This is a closed meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous. Each week we have a new topic to discuss. Decorum on this list is important, as we want this to be a safe list for everyone that joins.
Please be respectful of others in this email meeting.

To join this email site, we need your first name, first initial of your last name, city and state, or country, date of sobriety, and affirmation of the Third Tradition: "The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking." You must affirm the Third Tradition to join this meeting.

O, A, E, DF Recovery-World Alcoholics Anonymous

An open email meeting.

O, A, E Serenity of the North

Sharing Experience, Strenghth, and Hope with one another.

Contact Suzy Q. at the address below.

O, Women, E 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.

C, A, E 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.

C, GLBT, E, DF 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!

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