Local AA meetings are available at AA.org or Alcoholics-Info.com. AA.org is the official site of Alcoholics Anonymous and hosts contact numbers or emails for each state. Site visitors click on a state name and are directed to a list of cities and resources with phone numbers, websites or hotlines.
Visitors can also search by entering a ZIP code or city to find five of the closest meeting centers to their location. The site also hosts information for Canada with listings that include Alberta, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Ontario and British Columbia.
Alcoholics-Info.com includes statewide meetings and also features online meetings for those who do not want to attend in person. Some of the meetings are by email, while others take place in real or delayed time. Alcoholics-Info.com is an educational resource about alcoholism that also features alcoholic-related topics that include related health problems, the AA mission statement, statistics, treatment and typical personality traits of an alcoholic.
Alcoholics Anonymous is an environment in which men and women can share their experiences and gain insights and support from those with a similar problem. There are no education or age requirements, and membership is open to anyone who wants to seek help. AA.org also provides literature, a resource called the Big Book that contains the stories of AA’s co-founders who have recovered and information about the 12 Step Program.