Hello, we are the Alcoholics Anonymous Online Group, nice to meet you. The only requirement for membership in Alcoholics Anonymous is a desire to stop drinking. Our website, AA Group, and AA meeting are OPEN to the public. All are welcome.
 
An Alcoholics Anonymous Online Group OPEN Regular (all) Beginners AA Meeting is Monday 6:00 pm EDST through Sunday using an Internet forum (DF - Discussion Forums or message board format). An online discussion site where people can hold conversations in the form of posted messages (No chat room, not FaceTime and no Skype service meeting online format. Not email, not audio, not video, nor is it a telephone meeting online format). Again, ...an Internet forum (DF - Discussion Forums or message board format). OPEN 24/7 every day, all year. OPEN Labor Day, September 3rd. View a Time Zone Converter. No financial association. Usual disclaimers. Cooperation, not affiliation. Safety Card for A.A. Groups, PDF.
 
The Alcoholics Anonymous Online Group can provide Attendance Proof at our online AA Meeting only. Check with your probation officer or caseworker first, to make sure that attendance and our attendance proof at an Alcoholics Anonymous Online Group AA Meeting online will satisfy court-ordered requirements in your jurisdiction.

Information on Alcoholics Anonymous, Portable Document Format. For Anyone New Coming to A.A., For Anyone Referring People to A.A.
 
Links To A Few Other AA Online Groups. reference: "Presenting the newcomer with a packet of basic recovery pamphlets and a current meeting list is always helpful." - Suggestions for Leading Beginners Meetings Booklet, page 2 and 8, PDF version.

Meeting Guide app. free of charge.

The July 2018 Issue of the AA GRAPEVINE Magazine Is Here! This month’s is This month, Annual Prison Issue, featuring stories of hope by AA members from inside and out of prison walls. AA Grapevine is the international journal of Alcoholics Anonymous. Copyright © The AA Grapevine, Inc. July 2018.

box 459 Summer 2018 Newsletter, PDF version - Carrying The Message
This issue tells the story of how the Big Book was translated into Navajo, highlighting the efforts of many A.A. members and friends of A.A. over the course of more than three decades. The issue also features a brief report on the 68th General Service Conference, along with an article featuring "Myths and Misconceptions" about A.A.. The issue also carries a report on the recent First National Corrections Conference, an event of historical importance.  News and Notes from G.S.O. is a quarterly bulletin from the U.S./Canada General Service Office. This newsletter includes information about A.A. service, literature, events, sharing from groups, service committees and individual U.S./Canada A.A. members.


While our literature has preserved the integrity of the A.A. message, sweeping changes in society as a whole are reflected in new customs and practices within the Fellowship. Taking advantage of technological advances, for example, A.A. members with computers can participate in meetings online, sharing with fellow alcoholics across the country or around the world. In any meeting, anywhere, A.A.’s share experience, strength, and hope with each other, in order to stay sober and help other alcoholics. Modem-to-modem or face-to-face, A.A.’s speak the language of the heart in all its power and simplicity. Big Book online, page xxiv, PDF.

Read or listen to our Big Book aka: ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS, PDF and audio versions, online Free of Charge.

Website Notice: Dear Very Important Valued Visitor: Our website system upgrades are in progress. New email account registration activation may be delayed up to 12 hours. We apologize for the temporary inconvenience.
 
Friendly, gentle reminder: The trouble with staying home alone and isolating is you get a lot of bad advice.
 
Please save http://www.onlinegroupaa.org/ or bookmark in your favorites folder and share our link with a friend. Thank you. Most important, keep your sanity and stay away from the first drink.
 
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