Alcoholism and ACOA Meetings Online

acoa meetings online

If you are struggling with alcoholism, or if you have a loved one who is, acoa meetings online can be helpful. However, they can also be confusing.

Before attending an acoa meeting, you should decide whether it is the right group for you. Unlike in-person groups, these online sessions are not closed.

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One of the perks of attending an acoa meeting is interacting with other like-minded individuals. As a result, there is always the chance that some folks will overhear or even see something they would not otherwise have been able to see in a more intimate setting. Safety is paramount.

The best way to guarantee your teetering nerves aren’t at risk is by using the recommended safeguards and guidelines. The safety gurus will be able to answer your questions before, during and after the meeting. They can also help you select from the many groups that are available online. You can also check out their recommended reading list for more information on how to get the most out of your time at the meeting. Lastly, be sure to make the most of your time by having fun! You will not regret it. Hopefully these tips have helped you find the right acoa meeting for you. ACA is here to help you achieve your dreams, so don’t be afraid to ask for assistance!


When working with groups online, members can take advantage of the anonymity feature of the computer. They can keep their identity “secret” until they are ready to reveal it (see the Anonymity section for more information).

The research suggests that when individuals feel more anonymous, they are less inhibited and are more free to express themselves and their ideas. They also tend to come up with more unique ideas.

Individuals also feel more comfortable giving feedback and advice in an online setting. This could be because of the anonymity feature or because of the fact that they can type and view their comments before sending them.

This can make it easier for them to give positive, corrective and negative feedback to others in the group, thus fostering the development of more self-confidence. It can also help them to be more motivated to change their own behavior.


Accessibility is the process of designing websites, applications, tools, and technologies so that people with disabilities can perceive, understand, navigate, and interact with them. This includes people with hearing, visual, cognitive, and neurological disabilities.

The Web is a vital source of information for many areas of life, including education, employment, government, health care, recreation, and more. It should be accessible to all users, not just those with disabilities.

In practice, this means that web pages need to be accessible in a variety of browsers. This enables them to be used on devices with small screens, different input modes, and more.

This can help to create a more inclusive web environment for all users. It also helps to reduce user complaints, such as having to close a website window because they cannot see the content or use a screen reader. It can improve the overall experience of your customers, and it can save you time and money in the long run.


Aside from the costs of a computer and modem, one does not need to tack on a phone line (Finn and Lavitt, 1994). As a result, this method of meeting is quite practical for people who cannot make it into the local group.

For instance, if you are traveling out of town or on vacation, it can be quite difficult to attend an in person meeting due to time differences and transportation issues. However, you can participate on a weekly or monthly basis in a virtual meeting.

As you might imagine, the best way to find an online ACOA group is to search the ACA WSO site for meetings in your area or state. Some groups have an extensive list of online meeting listings; others are more focused on a particular format or country. Some acoa meetings also have an email address for members to contact the group leader or other members, as well as a chat room.