Attendance Proof - Free of charge. No fee, handling, shipping, nor software charge.
Check with your probation officer or caseworker first, to make sure that attendance and our attendance proof at our Alcoholics Anonymous Online Group OPEN Beginner's / Newcomer's AA Meeting online will satisfy court-ordered requirements in your jurisdiction.
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If you would like your meeting attendance to count toward a court-ordered requirement, we can provide free of charge attendance proof of your participation here at our website in our AA online group open beginners Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings Online ONLY.
Please email all of the information below to OnlineGroupAA@OnlineGroupAA.org.Your email address
Your name (first and last initial is fine)
Your username on the Alcoholics Anonymous Online Group website ONLY
Date and time of our AA meeting online you attended
Name of our AA meeting chair
Topic of our AA meeting online
We will do our best to return confirmation within 24 hours.
You must actively participate in our AA meeting online (Post Your Thoughts).
It is not enough to simply be present.The referred person is responsible for returning the attendance proof.
This attendance proof at meetings is not part of A.A.'s procedure.
Each group is autonomous and has the right to choose whether or not to sign court slips.
In some areas the attendees report on themselves, at the request of the referring agency, and thus alleviate breaking A.A. members anonymity.
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If at our AA home group, you do not find us, please leave a message that will remind us. Providing a correct, current telephone number with area code is essential if you desire a response to your questions. The use of given names and/or screen names is acceptable. Would you like information about recovery from alcoholism in A.A.? We welcome your questions, comments and requests.