In these uncertain times (with social distancing and group gatherings being severely limited), Alcoholics Anonymous (A.A.) is reminding the community that they are available online to help.

They have online resources available and many groups are holding online meetings. For more information visit their website at aa.org.

The organization has over two million members in approximately 180 countries worldwide. Here in Central Jersey, they have almost 235 separate A.A. groups that meet once or more each week. Alcoholics Anonymous is a program of attraction rather than promotion, and members remain anonymous at the public level.  At this crucial time, with folks being asked to remain home and keeping social gatherings to a minimum, unfortunately, many of these meetings have been put on hold.

Locally, they can be reached at centraljerseyintergroup.org for a list of resources and schedules for online meetings and more if alcohol is causing problems.

You can visit their site for updated information and schedules for online meetings. Plus, The AA.org site also has resources (including videos and raining resources) for all.

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