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12 and 12

We work a step and a tradition each week. There is also open discussion on current events affecting a person's recovery. A fairly informal group of recovering Alcoholics that stress support and growth.

This is a closed meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous. We ask that each person affirm the Third Tradition.

http://groups.google.com/group/12and12?hl=en

 

12+12=Freedom

We are a group of sober alcoholics who love sobriety and we have been blessed with this freedom by the program of Alcoholics Anonymous. Our lives are enriched by working the A.A. program and by sharing our experience, strength, and hope with one another.

Our primary purpose is to carry this message to alcoholics who still suffer, and we are encouraged by the friendships we have developed in our recovery. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. We adhere to the 12 Traditions and have fun in doing so.

We encourage all to share on the weekly discussion topic but we also encourage fun and friendly cross talk and off topic discussions. We post a monthly Roll Call to maintain a current and accurate membership list and we are currently limited to 30 members. Personal criticism or antagonistic behavior will not be tolerated.

If you would like to be a part of our group, please send an email to Mike at the address below.

Mikern1@wirelesshometown.com

 

12+12=Freedom

We are a group of sober alcoholics who love sobriety and we have been blessed with this freedom by the program of Alcoholics Anonymous. Our lives are enriched by working the A.A. program and by sharing our experience, strength, and hope with one another.

Our primary purpose is to carry this message to alcoholics who still suffer, and we are encouraged by the friendships we have developed in our recovery. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. We adhere to the 12 Traditions and have fun in doing so.

We encourage all to share on the weekly discussion topic but we also encourage fun and friendly cross talk and off topic discussions. We post a monthly Roll Call to maintain a current and accurate membership list and we are currently limited to 30 members. Personal criticism or antagonistic behavior will not be tolerated.

If you would like to be a part of our group, please send an email to Mike at the address below.

Mikern1@wirelesshometown.com

 

1st Things First a Foundation 2 Recovery

Can't stop drinking no matter how hard you try; you have a desire to stop drinking; you’re new to sobriety; or have questions about Alcoholics Anonymous -- we can help.

This group is based on the 12-Step recovery program of Alcoholics Anonymous, and to help the newcomer we will be working steps 1, 2, and 3 on a monthly basis. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. "If you have decided you want what we have and are willing to go to any length to get it -- then you are ready to take certain steps."

This group has limited membership, to stay in the group, you must be an active posting member. There is no room for half measures.

http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/1stthingsfirstafoundation2recovery/

 

24 Hour Group

We are a group of alcoholics who meet to share our experience, strength, and hope with each other so that we may solve our common problem. Our single purpose is the recovery from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking.

We have scheduled topics, encourage general conversation, and we celebrate anniversaries. This group does not tolerate flaming or personal criticism.

inquires_24hour@yahoo.ca

 

AA A Sober Reality

This is an online group for AA members who have an affinity for earth-oriented forms of spirituality. Monthly AA-based topics will discuss how philosophies and tools described by different teachers of earth-oriented spirituality and esoterica can be incorporated into the spiritual part of our individual recovery programs. The aims of these tools include the promotion of higher energy levels, clarity of mind, and the avoidance of negative thought patterns that pose a threat to sobriety. This AA group is for those who have an affinity for earth-oriented forms of spirituality.

We also have weekly real-time meetings.

http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/ASOBERREALITY
asoberreality-owner@yahoogroups.com

 

AA Above All Else

AA Above All Else is a fun group of recovering alcoholics who believe that sobriety is about the joy of living. Our group consists of newcomers as well as members with many years of continuous sobriety. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking.

We post a weekly topic on which we share our experience, strength and hope; however, we also encourage friendly cross-talk and off-topic sharing on such subjects as how our week is going.

For more information or to join our group please contact Susan at the address below.

susane1231@yahoo.com

 

AA Action Is the Key

We are a group of men and women who accept that the key to sobriety is in taking the simple action stated in the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous exactly as written without analysis or interpretation. We are not intellectual analyzers; we just do it. We post a topic each week, and all members are expected to share their experience, strength, and hope relative to the topic.

But, we are not a glum lot. In addition to the topic, we also discuss whatever is on our minds. Lots of chat, cross talk, and clean humor. Laughter is the best medicine and we do joke a lot. We take our sobriety seriously but not ourselves. We have great camaraderie, we like each other, and no personal criticism of others or arguments are tolerated. We are lovers not fighters.

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, join us.

Contact Person is Karen D. at the address below.

kdahl.dahlquist@gmail.com

 

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.

http://groups.google.com/group/always-remain-teachable

 

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.

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

 

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!

http://www.recovery-world.com/Alcoholics-Anonymous.html
recoveryworldinfo@yahoo.com

 

AA Delaware Online

Closed meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous, founded by a Delawarean who loves to meet AAers from all parts. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. Membership does have to be approved by the group's moderator and approval depends only on a reply to an automatic message sent to all who attempt to join and which asks only about your adherence to the third tradition. If you don't know what the third tradition is, just tell me why you want to be a member of AADelawareOnline. If you don't want to drink anymore, we would love to have you as a member of our group.

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

 

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.

http://www.paltalk.com

 

AA Fellowship

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.

http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/AAFellowship/

 

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.

janicels@comcast.net

 

AA Freethinkers

Oriented towards agnostic, atheist, freethinker, and secular humanists in recovery. No prayer format. This is an international live video chat. You will be able to see people's faces and hear their voices in real time, with much of the immediacy of a face-to-face meeting. Video cam is not necessary if you don't have one, but please use headphones/earphones to avoid echo.

A one hour discussion meeting is held every Sunday at 2pm Greenwich Mean Time. Please check for your individual time zone. Topic discussion meetings held every week. First Sunday is a beginner's meeting with reading from "Living Sober."

The AA Freethinkers chatroom will be set up shortly before the meeting. Go to http://www.stickam.com and find our chatroom in the list. The password to enter the room is "recovery."

For help or more information, write to the address below.

tokyotwelve@hotmail.com

 

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.

AAFriendsWorldWide-subscribe@egroups.com

 

AA Higher Power Online

Open discussion meeting.

mallardwendy@hotmail.com

 

AA Indya

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.

aaindya@yahoogroups.com

 

AA Into Action

AA Into Action is a fellowship of alcoholics united in sobriety to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety. "This requires action on our part." Meetings are every night at 11:00 pm eastern at Town Square -- AA Into Action on AmericaOnline (AOL).

For information, contact Connie at the address below.

Connie080305@aol.com

 

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.

AALesbianGroups@AOL.com

 

AA Loners

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.

http://www.aa-loners.org

 

AA Los Angeles

Discussion of what's happening in AA in Los Angeles County. The group's purpose is to facilitate information exchange about groups, service opportunities, and events in AA in Los Angeles County. Open to any AA member.

To join us, use the address below or write to Chuck G.

AALosAngeles@yahoogroups.com

 

AA Men

A closed meeting for men, AA Men was founded on AOL. This offshoot meets on the Internet. Contact AA Men at the following address for further information.

owner-aamen@io.com

 

AA Online Meeting

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.

http://www.aaonline.net

 

AA Recovery Group

We are a small women-only group who share their E.S.H. on a daily basis. We adhere strictly to the traditions; however, we do add a little rule #62 to the mix, which means having fun. We are different from other groups in that we allow html and stationery to make our shares prettier. You will find us a very safe place to share, and the only requirement to join us is a desire to stop drinking. If you are new to online AA, please give us a try, we think you will be happy you did.

Please write to the email address below or to Marg at lonesomeinalberta@yahoo.com or msparshu@telus.net to become a member of our group.

RecoveringinAA@yahoogroups.com

 

AA Serenity

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 … 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 women’s AA on-line groups on the Internet.

Write to the address below to subscribe or for further information.

listkeep@oso-aa.org

 

AA Social Discussion Group

An email group of recovering alcoholics to help each other stay sober one day at a time.

http://www.groups.yahoo.com/group/AASocial

 

AA Spiritual Toolkit Group

We are an email group whose sole purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety. The only qualification to be a member is to have a desire to stop drinking. And maybe have some fun too!

We have two chair people and two topics per week, one on Sunday and one on Wednesday. Our chair people serve on one month rotations. Off topic topics are encouraged also. Our meeting is run just like any face-to-face meeting including all the common courtesy we would normally extend to each other in any other meeting format.

Please email Rebecca at the address below to join or request more information.

aatoolkit@gmail.com

 

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.

http://groups.google.com/group/aa-way-of-life

 

AA Women in Recovery

A fun and easy women's AA support group. We give alot of encouragement, strength, and hope!

aawomeninrecovery@yahoogroups.com

 

AA Women OnLine

This group of AA Women OnLine invite women members of AA and women with a desire to stop drinking to join us on our journey to sobriety and recovery in AA. We share our experience strength and hope with each other through online email meetings held twice weekly and a monthly Step and Tradition Meeting. We ask, we wonder, we learn, and we grow, providing for one another a loving, caring, and supportive home group.

We invite you to join with us by contacting Susie E at the address below.

swv3@charter.net

 

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, thrid board from the top is Substance Abuse Recovery Board.

http://forums.military.com/eve/forums/a/frm/f/3050096312001
aa.vigilantvets@yahoo.com

 

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.

http://groups.google.com/group/aa-aae?hl=en

 

AA-Australia Unity Recovery Group

We are an audio group holding regular meetings daily. We practice the 12 Twelve Traditions in our group.

8pm 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.

http://www.paltalk.com

 

AA-Lamps

AA-Lamps is an informal gathering of members of Alcoholics Anonymous in a chat room setting. The room is open to all who have a desire to stop drinking. If you think you may have a problem with alcohol, you are welcome to come visit us. The chat room is an IRC room, #AA-Lamps, using the IRC network Starchat.

http://www.aa-lamps.org
dreiterman001@roadrunner.com

 

AAMen

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.

alorlando@aol.com

 

AAsGAL

AAsGAL is a group of women who are dedicated, through the Program of Alcoholics Anonymous, to help each other grow in sobriety and to help those still suffering achieve sobriety. We are an AA meeting, and adhere to the 12 Traditions of Alcoholics Anonymous. We have found that the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous have been our guide to a meaningful life, a life free of the misery of Alcoholism, and one of Joy beyond our Wildest Dreams. We hope that if you are a woman in recovery, or one still suffering and in need of help, you will join us on the Road to Happy Destiny. This group is a safe place for members to find and share recovery.

http://lists.topica.com/lists/aasgal
AAsGAL-subscribe@topica.com

 

AAustralia

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.

http://home.vicnet.net.au/~aoig/
francesernst@optusnet.com.au

 

AAW14

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 Kym at the address below.

gkpearce@tpg.com.au

 

Alcoholic Clerics Anonymous

Online meeting via Email reaching out to Pastors, Clerics, and other Church Workers who suffer from alcoholism.

We are a Non-Denominational Outreach seeking to share our experience, strength, and hope from the perspective of Cleric or Church Worker.

Our main concern is maintaining sobriety, not theological debate. All who wish to recover are welcome.

Contact us at the address below.

stfrancisplace@centurytel.net

 

Alcoholics Anonymous Group

This is a closed group, dedicated to sharing our experiences, stengths, and hopes to the newcomer and the old timers alike. We have close to 2,000 members and growing.

Send email to this group:

http://groups.google.com/group/alcoholicsanonymous
alcoholicsanonymous@googlegroups.com

 

American Sign Language

Deaf and Hard of Hearing fellowhship of men and women who wish to seek and maintain sobriety from alcohol and drugs one day at a time.

Please send inquiries, comments, and referrals the address below.

ohdaat@yahoo.com

 

Back to Basics Beginners Meeting

This is a closed meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous, for Alcoholics only. Using the Big Book and the Back to Basics Beginners Meeting Book, we share our experience, strength, and hope with each other to help others to recover from alcoholism.

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/back2basicsbeginners
back2basicsbeginners-subscribe@yahoogroups.com

 

Back to Basics Unity Group

We are an email group of men and women, an AA group that adheres to AA's 12 Steps, 12 Traditions, and 12 Concepts. The topic chair sends out a topic to all on Saturdays. Members respond during the following week. Discussion meetings on topics as they relate to alcoholism, Big Book passage discussion, and 12&12 passage discussion with a passage read on both Steps and Traditions that correspond to the month at hand.

Our purpose is to provide a supportive place for AA people to share on recovery. We adhere to The Third Tradition. Our group is limited to 40 members. Though sharing on the weekly topic is expected, or subjects that are within in that topic relating to alcoholism.

In adherence to the 7th tradition, we would suggest that the next time you are in a face-to-face meeting that you pitch in an extra couple of bucks for your online sobriety, or make an anonymous donation to OIAA to help defer the cost of their service to the fellowship of online alcoholics.

We look at principles, not personalities. Personal criticism or flaming of any kind is strictly prohibited. If you have decided you want what we have and are willing to share on a weekly basis, then give us a try.

To join or for more information, contact Mary O at the address below.

molson@hpi.mcw.edu

 

Belmont Twighlighters Group, NSW Australia

We here in Australia have started an AA related forum called Alkies' Soapbox. It gives all AA members a chance to have their say on any AA related matters. Add events to calendar, join in the chartroom, post birthday wishes, join in polls, send personal messages to each other and post pictures if they wish.

http://www.alkies-soapbox.org

 

Big Book

We open the meeting, break up into three groups, and share about the reading.

vickiranz@yahoo.com

 

Big Book and Step Study Email Group

Join us as we journey through the Big Big and Twelve Steps together. Each month we will do one chapter of the Big Book (first 164 pages) and we will do one step of the Twelve Steps. All this is done via email by sharing our experience, strangth, and hope with each other on a daily basis.

Contact us at the following address.

recoveryismylife@aim.com

 

Big Book Study

Big Book Study is a closed meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous. An actual Big Book study on the Fourth Edition of the Big Book, covering a chapter every two weeks and one personal story per week, with shares limited to our current readings. Off-topic chatter and public advice giving are strongly avoided, making this meeting very much like a regular face-to-face AA meeting. We ar an international group with about 200 English-speaking members.

To subscribe or for further information, contact us at the address below.

request@listserv.icors.org

 

Big Book Study Online

Daily Big Book discussion. Covering the basic text over the course of eight weeks, Monday through Friday, beginning at 8 a.m. Eastern. We return to the beginning of the book every two months.

To participate, visit our site.

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/bigbookmeeting

 

Came to Believe Group

Came to Believe is a room were we have meetings based on the program of Alcoholics Anonymous and Fellowship. We are a safe room; everyone is respected and valued. We are here to help fellow alcoholics, especially the newcomer. Just the way it says in the book "Alcoholics Anonymous," we have found much of heaven and we have been rocketed into a fourth dimension of existence of which we had not even dreamed.

We understand that it can be extremely daunting accepting that you may have a problem with alcohol. Here you will find a warm, friendly, supportive group of people.

We meet daily at 10:00 am USA EDT room opens at 09:30 am USA EDT.

After downloading the Paltalk plugin (free at www.paltalk.com), go to the Welcome Screen, Browse Rooms, Health, Overcoming Addiction, Came to Believe Group.

You can join our group at the following address.

http://chat.paltalk.com/g2/group/1148865289/

 

Chester and North Wales AA

A group for anyone in the North Wales or North West UK to join, to pass information, local events, notices on AA in this area. It is hoped that if enough members join, a regular meeting can be started.

http://uk.groups.yahoo.com/group/ChesterAA/

 

ChicagoLand AA

We are a closed email group consisting of people in and around the Chicago area. Our group includes AA members in Chicagoland, Indiana and Wisconsin. We are a lighthearted bunch who feel we have a unique opportunity to do 12-step work.

chicagolandaa-subscribe@yahoogroups.com

 

Church Street Meeting

We are a group of recovering alcoholics, who, by staying close in, and to our support group, are able to do this one day at a time. We have started a daily e-mail message from the book 'As Bill Sees It," and if you would like to be placed on the daily list, please place your e-mail address in a message and send it to the address below.

churchstaa@galvestoncs.com

 

College Sobriety

For college kids to discuss challenges with sobriety.

aj127104@ohio.edu

 

CSM2 -- Chapter Seven Men's #2

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

donscomp@dock.net

 

Cybriety (Women's) Groups

All of the Cybriety groups are closed groups of women in AA who share not only our common struggle to lead a sober life, but our experience, strength, and hope in the process. Although we meet online, we consider ourselves real AA groups and we follow the steps and traditions of AA.

We limit our membership to 40 in each group.

Please select one of the groups in this directory and contact it for more information.

 

Cybriety 6

We are a closed, women's AA group with a cap of 40 women. Members may read or respond to a weekly topic, and off topic shares are also welcomed as we share our experience, strength and hope with each other.

Contact Sue S to subscribe or for more information.

jennforte@bellsouth.net

 

Cybriety1

Cybriety 1 is an online, email recovery group for women with a membership limited to 40 members. We share our experience, strength, and hope with each other through weekly topics and off topic discussions.

Contact Isabella at the address below.

Isabellaadele@verison.net

 

Cybriety2

Closed Women's AA email meeting, with a cap of 40 women. We've been active since 1995.

Send email to Pam to subscribe or for further information.

pamsew@aol.com

 

Cybriety3

Closed Women's AA Recovery Group

MikkinMcShane@aol.com

 

Cybriety5

Contact Lisa to subscribe or for further information.

shedden22@aol.com

 

Cybriety7

C7 is a women’s meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous, which takes place via email. All meetings and business are conducted in adherence to the Steps and Traditions of Alcoholics Anonymous. Thus there are no dues or fees for membership, nor are we allied with any sect, denomination, politics or religion. The C7 does not wish to engage in any controversy, neither endorses nor opposes any causes. Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other female alcoholics to achieve sobriety. All decisions affecting C7 are made by group-conscience.

For more detailed information, please contact the IGR.

 

Cybriety9

Contact Liz to subscribe or for more information.

e.r.mcfall@open.ac.uk

 

Daily Meditations and Topic

This is currently a fast growing email group who main purpose is to stay sober one day at a time by sharing our experience, strength, and hope. In the future we are planning on opening a A.A. online group.

Contact Jade at the address below.

jusfortoday2005@netscape.net

 

Daily Reflections

This is a Daily Reflections group that will send out daily meditations in the morning, but we will also have Daily topics. Both of these this will allow members to share there experience, strengh, and hope.

This group is open to both men and women who have a desire to stop drinking no matter how young or old you are.

Contact us to be put on the mailing list at the address below.

justfortoday1973@yahoo.com

 

Daily Reflections Phone Bridge Meetings

Meets Mondays @ 1:00 PM Eastern Time. Reads from AA Daily Reflections reader and shares on the page for that day. 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.

 

Daily Reprieve

We are open to anyone with a desire to stop drinking. The discussion group is based on the Steps, Traditions, Concepts, and Promises as outlined in AA's Conference-approved literature. The e-mail addresses of any members who post to our group are kept hidden in an attempt to ensure each person's anonymity. The format of the group is as follows:

1st Thurs of the month, Step
2nd Thurs of the month, Tradition
3rd Thurs of the month, Concept
4th Thurs of the month, Promises
5th Thurs of the month (if any), open topic selected by "chair"

It is suggested that in discussing each topic some reference is made to the literature, but this is not a requirement for participation.

The group can be reached at the following address.

DailyReprieve@yahoogroups.com

 

Deaf Grateful

This is a real-time open discussion meeting on Friday nights at 9 pm (EST) for deaf & HOH people who have a desire to stop drinking. Meeting uses videoconferencing software (easily downloaded) that requires a high speed internet connection and a webcam. Our communication mode is ASL only (no audio).

Please email Clark G. at the address below for information about connecting to the meeting.

clarkg56@msn.com

 

e-AA Group

The e-AA Group invites you to join us and share your experience, strength, and hope in a friendly environment.

We offer text chat, email meetings, and discussion forums. Open-topic discussions, beginners meetings, book and traditions studies, women's meetings, step and other meetings in e-mail and real-time chat (held seven days a week), as well as 24/7 open chat and discussion forums. Newcomers and those interested in learning more about AA are especially welcome.

http://www.e-aa.org

 

E-mail Does It

We are an email group of men and women that adheres to AA's 12 Steps, 12 Traditions, and 12 Concepts. The chairperson sends out a topic to all on Saturdays. Members respond during the following week. We adhere to The Third Tradition. Our group is limited to 20 members. Though sharing on the weekly topic is expected, we have a lot of fun with cross-talk and off-topic discussions. We look at Principles, not Personalities. Personal criticism or flaming of any kind is strictly prohibited. If you have decided you want what we have and are willing to share on a weekly basis, then give us a try.

To join or for more information, contact Bonnie B. at the address below.

musclecarmama@tmail.com

 

E-Mail Does It 2

We are an email group of men and women. The chairperson sends out a topic to all on Saturdays. Members respond during the following week. We adhere to the Third Tradition. There is also off-topic discussion. We discourage flaming. Our group is limited to 40 members.

For information or membership, contact us at the address below.

o.carballo@lineone.net

 

Eleventh Step Group

An Alcoholics Anonymous email group where daily meditations are posted, plus weekly step/tradition leads. The only requirement is a desire to stop drinking.

For more information or to join the group, send an email to the address below.

eleventhstep-subscribe@egroups.com

 

ER-12

Weekly email meeting with the meeting beginning on Wednesday. We are a group of women from all walks of life, sharing our experience, strength, and hope with each other, adhering to the steps and traditions of AA.

er-12-subscribe@yahoogroups.ca

 

Every Woman's Recovery 12

Closed women's weekly email meeting with the meeting beginning each Wednesday. We are from all walks of life, sharing our experience, strength, and hope with each other, adhering to the steps and traditions of AA.

ER-12-subscribe@yahoogroups.ca

 

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

 

Eye Opener

This is a full audio and video AA meeting, and takes place every day at 6:00 a.m. Pacific Time (UTC-8 in winter, UTC-7 in summer). You never have to create an account or give a name for yourself when you attend a meeting; just click the link and you're in. To accommodate growth, we now use Zoom.us, which provides better audio and video in larger meetings, but to facilitate daily maintenance of our spiritual condition in a small-group format, Eye Opener meetings typically last just 30 minutes.

To attend, go to www.PortlandEyeOpener.org and click the image next to the words "we host a short web meeting every morning at 6:00. Click here to attend!" Then follow the instructions.

http://www.portlandeyeopener.com/WebMeetings.html
PortlandEyeOpener@gmail.com

 

Friends of Bill W

The Friends Of Bill W. group is a group that has seven meetings weekly within the online game site Second Life.

The meetings follow the same general format that real life meetings follow and we currently have five open discussion meetings and one step study meeting.

Our current meeting schedule is (all times Pacific):

* Monday 11am
* Tuesday 6pm
* Wednesday 6am
* Thurs 11am
* Friday 6pm
* Saturday 10:30am (Step Study)
* Sunday

To attend meetings at Second Life, game membership (free) is required. Use the link below to join us or the email address below for more information.

Within Second Life, contact Jubilant Quackenbush (search under people and IM me).

http://secondlife.com
jubilantq@gmail.com

 

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

 

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

 

Happy, Joyous and Free Group

Email AA Group for alcoholics using a weekly discussion format.

sbanker914@aol.com

 

Hope

Hope is an open meeting held on Sunday. It is only available to recovering women who use AOL. It's held in the private room "Gentleness" from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Eastern time.

Please contact us at the address below for the weekly topic and to be placed on the reminder list, or just join us for chat and fellowship Sunday mornings.

On AOL, go to: aol://2719:2-2-gentleness

drowand122@aol.com

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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.

livingsober@yahoogroups.co.uk

 

London Primary Purpose AA Group

Our group uses the "clear cut directions" from the Big Book of AA as its central theme. As part of our primary purpose, we believe the still suffering alcoholic is the most important person in the chat room, so please help us keep that focus when someone reaches out for help. Using the basic text of AA, we are certain we can achieve the same recovery results as the first one hundred did. If you have not taken the steps in this manner, you are welcome to stay and learn how to be "rocketed into the fourth dimension" like many of us here.

Sun- 8pm (EST - N. American Time Zone) - Beginners Meeting

Mon- 8pm (EST - N. American Time Zone) - Beginners Meeting

Wed- 8pm (EST - N. American Time Zone) - Big Book Study

Fri- 8.30pm (GMT - UK Time Zone; 3.30pm EST - N. American Time Zone) Big Book Study

http://www.londonppbbs.com/ourprimarypurposechatroom.html

 

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.

http://aa-mom.org/
listkeepers@aa-mom.org

 

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.

wellsmr@sbcglobal.net

 

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.

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/naigsoaafamilycircles
naigsofamilycircles@yahoo.com

 

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.

serene@inteliport.com

 

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.

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

 

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.

http://nqr.talklist.com/cgi-bin/lyris.pl?enter=nqr&text_mode=&lang=english

 

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.

oldfart@aa-intergroup.org

 

One Hour at a Time

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

Kalena554427@aol.com

 

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.

OneDayAtATime5-owner@yahoogroups.com

 

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.

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/PathwayToRecovery
beginningagainus@yahoo.com

 

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.

jimsawer@tesco.net

 

Providence Point

We, at Providence Point, are a Group of recovering alcoholics. We hold meetings much like face-to-face AA meetings, guided by an online protocol. Strongly unified, We are held together by recognition of our primary purpose -~ to carry the AA message to the alcoholic who still suffers. We have no agenda but the sincerest desire to be helpful, and hope you will join us as an additional source for your recovery.

www.aaprovidencepoint.com
Help@aaprovidencepoint.com

 

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.

ben@queernet.org

 

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.

RainbowSerenity-subscribe@yahoogroups.com

 

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.

http://groups.google.com/group/recoveredalcoholics

 

Recovery-World Alcoholics Anonymous

An open email meeting.

http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/Recovery-World-Alcoholics-Anonymous/

 

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.)

HappyJoyousnFree@aol.com

 

Serenity of the North

Sharing Experience, Strenghth, and Hope with one another.

Contact Suzy Q. at the address below.

susan619@msn.com

 

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.

sis-owner@oso-aa.org

 

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.

soberandproud-subscribe@yahoogroups.com

 

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 (www.paltalk.com), 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.

TheFalls765@yahoo.com

 

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!

http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/Sobriety-1st/join

 

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.

SOS_online_group-subscribe@yahoogroups.com

 

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.

madhukarsawant09@yahoo.com

 

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.

http://www.stayingcyber.org

 

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.

http://stepchat.com/aa.htm

 

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.

Sunlightofthespirit-subscribe@yahoogroups.com

 

There Is a Solution

This is a closed AA e-mail discussion group. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. TBig Book discussion and weekly topic meeting. In keeping with AA's singleness of purpose, we confine discussion as it relates to alcoholism.

To join this group, send an e-mail to the following address with 'There Is a Solution' in the subject line.

info@ipederson.com

 

Trudgers Big Book Discussion Group

Weekly topic meeting with a selection from the book Alcoholics Anonymous.

trudgers-request@maelstrom.stjohns.edu

 

Walk the Walk AA

We are geared specifically to those of us with an alcohol problem. While we do acknowledge dual addiction in this meeting, we speak only as they relate to alcoholism.

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

 

We Are on Our Way

This is a closed group of recovering women. We have a weekly topic, by taking turns being chairwoman each month. We believe that all areas of our life are important to our sobriety, so we also share off topic. Our group has a maximum capacity of 20 so we can all know each other as sisters should. We meet everyday! 24 hours a day! With new Topics on Monday.

Contact Kristen at the address below for more info.

butterflyfreenow@yahoo.com

 

Women in the Solution (WITS)

WITS is a closed online women's group of Alcoholics Anonymous. Our email meeting has two topics a week. In keeping with AA's singleness of purpose, we confine our discussions to recovery from alcoholism. One topic is taken from material written and approved as AA literature; the second topic is a "General Topic Discussion." All AA-related off topic shares are also welcome. The topics run concurrently, 24/7. Our group adheres to the 12 Steps and the 12 Traditions of Alcoholics Anonymous. For all other discussion not directly related to AA, we maintain a separate list (WITS-Coffee Talk) for posting of topics of a more general nature, i.e., other 12-step programs, meditations, general announcements, etc. We also have real-time chat meetings to address issues related to recovery from alcoholism.

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

 

Women of Islam

AA group for women of Islam -- faith, cultural heritage, ancestry, immigrant, citizen of USA, or otherwise -- who believe they have a problem with alcohol and need to reach out for help. This is a safe place to find others in a similar situation who have the same religious and cultural barriers to finding support. AA does not question your religious beliefs, nor does it subscribe to them. This group is for women of like minds and religious faith to find a solution and support if they think they have a drinking problem.

krystalkel@eee.org

 

Women Of Legacy

We believe that the fellowship of AA as well as our own individual recovery is the result of a rich history of legacies. Our fellowship, meetings, and members are all a part of the living legacy of AA and those who came before us. Our group, Women of Legacy, has grown from our commitment and responsibility, to honor and cherish our legacies, as members of AA. We believe that AA, our own recovery and the recovery of those still to come depends on individuals and members nurturing these legacies as we grow. We believe that together as individuals, friends, sponsors, sponsees, in meetings and as a sober fellowship, our legacy is in our hands. We also see that we are part of a larger legacy. One that came before us and that will be here once we are gone. So, it is with the 12 Steps and 12 Traditions of AA that we have made this commitment to each other,to the program of AA and all who wish to join us, to be Women of Legacy.

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

 

 

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