Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other, that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. This is an informational website for anyone interested in learning more about their organization, 12-step program of recovery, and how to find local meetings. PHONE: 212.870.3400
- Click here for Online AA Meetings
- What is AA?
- What to Expect in an AA Meeting
- What is Anonymity in AA?
- AA INTERGROUP ONLINE MEETING FINDER
In The Rooms offers over 150+ weekly live online meetings, a variety 12-Step and Non-12- Step Fellowships, and Specialty meetings. Some of our most popular meetings are AA, NA, ACA, Al-Anon, and Nar-Anon meetings, and much more. In The Rooms has 69 live online AA meetings weekly, so there’s bound to be one that fits your schedule! We have specialty AA meetings too, like AA Pride (LGBTQ). We also have an Agnostic AA meeting, if you’re seeking a meeting without a secular approach to recovery.
We have 30 NA meetings on ITR weekly. Like AA, there’s also an NA Pride meeting (LGBTQ) and an Agnostic NA meeting. For support for the family, friends, and allies of those in recovery, In The Rooms has both Al-Anon and Nar-Anon meetings, which each meeting, 1-3 times a week. We also have many other 12-step fellowship groups, like Gamblers Anonymous, Overeaters Anonymous, and Sex Addicts Anonymous, CODA, Dual Diagnosis, and much more. If you can think of a Recovery fellowship, we probably have it.
We strive to provide information, tools, and resources for working a 12 Step program (or any program using 12 step principles for recovery) in as simple and effective way as possible.
- Online Meeting Calendar
- Online Video Meetings
- Phone Meetings
- Forums, Text Chats, and Email Meetings List
Recovery Dharma is a peer-led movement and community that is unified by our trust in the potential of each of us to recover and find freedom from the suffering of addiction. We believe that the traditional Buddhist teachings, often referred to as the Dharma, offer a powerful approach to healing from addiction and living a life of true freedom.
LifeRing Secular Recovery is an abstinence-based, anonymous organization dedicated to providing a safe meeting space where you can experience a non-judgmental recovery conversation with your peers. We do this through the lens of LifeRing’s 3-S philosophy of Sobriety, Secularity, and Self-Help.
Established in 1993, MM offers education, behavioral change techniques and peer support for problem drinkers seeking to decrease their drinking — whether to moderate levels or to total abstinence. MM offers a variety of behavioral methods for change; guidelines for responsible drinking; and tools to measure progress. The program follows 9 Steps Toward Moderation and Positive Lifestyle Changes (check out the website for the 9 steps).
NA is a nonprofit fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem. We are recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean. This is a program of complete abstinence from all drugs. There is only one requirement for membership, the desire to stop using. We suggest that you keep an open mind and give yourself a break. Our program is a set of principles written so simply that we can follow them in our daily lives. The most important thing about them is that they work. There are no strings attached to NA.
In essence, the Rational Recovery method is to first make a commitment to planned, permanent abstinence from the undesirable substance or behavior, and then equip oneself with the mental tools to stick to that commitment. Most important to recovering addicts is the recognition of an addictive voice, and determination to remain abstinent by constantly reminding themselves of the rational basis of their decision to quit. As time progresses, the recovering addict begins to see the benefits of separating themselves and their rational minds from a bodily impulse that has no regard for responsibility, success, delayed gratification, or moral obligation.
Refuge Recovery is a mindfulness-based addiction recovery community that practices and utilizes Buddhist philosophy as the foundation of the recovery process. emphasis is placed on both knowledge and empathy as a means for overcoming addiction and its causes. This is an approach to recovery that understands: “All individuals have the power and potential to free themselves from the suffering that is caused by addiction.” Refuge Recovery is a peer-led recovery program using Buddhism as the path to freedom from all addictions, and the community is open to all people without discrimination.
Secular Organizations for Sobriety is a non-profit network of autonomous, non-professional local groups dedicated solely to helping individuals achieve and maintain sobriety. This is an informational website for anyone interested in learning more about SOS and their face-to-face meetings. PHONE: 323.666.4295
Smart Recovery is an organization that helps individuals abstain from any substance or activity addiction through their 4-point program. Their program can be accessed through online meetings, message boards, chats, and face-to-face meetings. TOLL FREE: 866.951.5357
Women for Sobriety (WFS) is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping women overcome alcoholism and other addictions. WFS offers self-help groups based on a Thirteen Statement Program of positivity that encourages emotional and spiritual growth. WFS offers face-to-face and chat-room group meetings, as well as message boards. PHONE: 215.536.8026