AA Online Meetings

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Attending AA meetings in person is not always an option for many people. For example, they may be without transportation, have had their license suspended, or have been unable to drive. They may also be in a rural area that is far from the nearest AA meetings. In addition, they may not want to burden a loved one with transporting them to the meetings. Online meetings are also convenient and flexible, and allow people from a variety of situations to attend.


If you are looking to join a group that offers online meetings, there are many places to go. In addition to physical locations, many groups use technology, such as video and audio conferences. Many groups use the Serenity Prayer to begin meetings. Meetings may also include readings from the Big Book, including sections on How It Works and More About Alcoholism.

Have you tried Meetn, the new online meeting platform?
It’s turning out to become a decent alternative to Zoom and to the other major platforms.

AA online meetings can help you get connected with like-minded people. You can find AA meetings from all over the world through the Online Intergroup of Alcoholics Anonymous (OIAA). OA Online allows you to interact with people from all over the world through chat, video, and audio conferencing. You can also contact local AA offices for more information about local online meetings.


You can attend AA meetings using Zoom on a computer, smartphone, or tablet. To join a Zoom meeting, find one on the AA’s Find Meetings page and click the green ‘Join Zoom Meeting’ button. Then, select the “Join with video” or “Join without video” option to join the meeting.

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Online meetings are a great way for recovering individuals to get support. These programs are free and open to everyone with a computer. They are also an excellent option for those who can’t attend in person. Online meetings also offer convenient locations for people with smart devices. These meetings are based on cognitive-behavioral therapy and can be attended by anyone with a computer.

Online meetings are an especially useful tool for those just starting their recovery. Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned alcoholic, you can easily connect with other people through the internet and build your support system. In addition to meeting new people, online meetings can help you establish a regular schedule and develop goals for staying sober. You can even find mentors or sponsors through these meetings. The most important thing about online meetings is that you don’t have to be in a meeting room to access them.


AAOnline online meetings are a great way to stay connected with a recovery group without having to travel. These meetings typically consist of the same format as traditional meetings and are moderated by a “chairperson” or “leader.” Most meetings utilize video conferencing software, such as Zoom. Members are invited to introduce themselves and share anything that’s on their mind.

To participate in an online meeting, you must be a member of AA. There are some guidelines that must be met in order for the group to qualify for this accreditation. Online meetings must be privately run and can’t accept money from outside organizations.


For members interested in COVID-19 online meetings, you can visit the General Service Office. The GSO is a resource center that provides AA members with information on COVID-19 and the fellowship experience. The GSO can also provide guidance on safety issues. If you’re concerned about the health risks of the online meetings, you can contact your state/province health authorities.

Meetings affected by COVID are marked as such on the meeting guide and the app. Any suspensions or temporary closures will be noted. Once the meeting resumes on the normal schedule, the guides and apps will remove COVID-related tags. In the meantime, the page will still show meetings that were shared prior to 10/25/2021, including those which were originally cancelled for this reason.