12 step recovery and Alcoholics Anonymous resources, text, apps, audio and downloads
Keep Coming Back is solely 12 step work, not for any sort of profit or recognition. We find the AA speaker, record their story and post for you. Instead of bringing the mic to the AA meeting to record the speaker, we’re bringing the speaker to the mic to create “Speaker Tapes” for this generation. […]
A categorised and searchable database of 6000 AA speaker tapes (in MP3 audio) so that you can find and immediately listen to a relevant recovery message anywhere, anytime, and on any platform. AA Speakers listed based on step, category, or recovery theme. Available as an Apple iOS app.
Whether you’re new to AA, or you’re a seasoned veteran, this is the easiest and most useful app to aid in your recovery. The free version features the full text of the Big Book, prayers, personal stories, podcasts, meeting finder, and more.
Alcoholics Anonymous Big Book 2001 fourth edition MP3 audio files organised by sections and chapters and available for free download. The One Day at a Time World (ODAATW) website also have the Twelve Steps & Twelve Traditions book MP3 audio files organised in similar fashion.
App features AA sobriety calculator, also featuring a comprehensive inventory tool which allows you to create your step 4 and your step 10 AA inventories. The Journal tool in this app will easily help you write down your notes. Includes the AA Big Book first 164 pages and Dr Bob’s Nightmare.
The SoberQ podcast is produced by Alcoholics Anonymous members. Each podcast episode is a short share (under 4 minutes) where an AA members shares their experience on a particular recovery question related to the 12 Step program. The episodes are grouped together like a meeting and cover a few different questions.
Mental Health conversation centered around 12 step recovery and related topics. We talk about spiritual living, living with addiction and growing in the 12 steps. We hope to make people think. We want more thinking about recovery, more thinking about spiritual principle application, and more thinking about ways to be more compassionate, empathetic, and useful […]
This is the temporary online AA meeting directory for the UK. This page is regularly updated. If you’d like to add your meeting to the list, submit it here. Most meetings use Zoom. There’s Zoom tutorials here. Online AA Zoom meeting hosting guidelines here.
Since March 19th 2020 we have had an AA meeting online without interruption 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We have a new chair every hour while the host and co hosts in the background make sure to greet new people, post pertinent information, and change your screen name if you like.
AA members Don and Sam interview other AA members about their experience, strength, and hope in recovering from alcoholism. Expect both humor and inspiration as these AA members share their stories.
Find inspiration anywhere, at any time, with Hazelden Publishing’s Twenty-Four Hours a Day app (for Apple iOS and Android devices) featuring all 366 daily meditations from the classic best-selling meditation book for people in recovery from addiction. The Twenty-Four Hours a Day app makes it easy to focus on your sobriety wherever you are.
During this unprecedented time, many of you have made the difficult choice to practice social distancing. We appreciate your sacrifices and with your help would like to provide a list of online meetings as well as speaker tape archives to help. Searchable list of 2,000+ online meetings and downloadable (81 page PDF) directory.
We are a 24 hours a day – 7 days a week world-wide online open meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous, join us for an AA meeting. Meetings are hosted using Zoom. Information about how to join a Zoom meeting can be found here.
An AA meeting in a Podcast. Sobercast is an (unofficial) Alcoholics Anonymous podcast featuring AA speaker meetings and workshops. This is not a discussion podcast, simply speaker meetings and workshops in a podcast format.
Whilst our ability to help you during the Coronavirus crisis may be restricted our willingness is not. If you need help with a drinking problem either phone our national helpline FREE on 0800 9177650 or email us: email@example.com. You can also find your local helpline telephone number using the Find a Meeting tool on the […]
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