The Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous - Any Lengths Online AA Meetings
The Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous

For all who are willing to go to any lengths for victory over alcohol… a daily reprieve is here, every day at 12-noon Pacific Time.

Click the button above by 12 PM PST to connect to our online AA meeting. No password is required to join this meeting.

If you join the meeting after ~12:10 PM PST and find it is locked, use the live-chat feature to request access (a chat icon appears in the lower-right corner of this page only while the meeting is in session). Identify yourself by first name, last initial, and quickly jump in when the door opens. Welcome!!

To join the meeting by dial-in only, call :
(669) 900-9128 –> ID# 166-876-977
Use *9 (star nine) to a raise hand for sharing

The Twelve Traditions of Alcoholics Anonymous - Any Lengths Online AA Meetings
The Twelve Traditions of Alcoholics Anonymous
Excerpt from the Forward,
4th Edition of the Big Book
of Alcoholics Anonymous (2001)

While our literature has preserved the integrity of the A.A. message, sweeping changes in society as a whole are reflected in new customs and practices within the Fellowship. Taking advantage of technological advances, for example, A.A. members with computers can participate in meetings online, sharing with fellow alcoholics across the country or around the world. In any meeting, anywhere, A.A.’s share experience, strength, and hope with each other, in order to stay sober and help other alcoholics. Modem-to-modem or face-to-face, A.A.’s speak the language of the heart in all its power and simplicity.”

AA Literature

New to the Program?
We link to PDF and audio versions above, but you can get hard copies of both the AA “Big Book” and the Twelve Steps & Twelve Traditions (at cost!) at your local AA Central Office. You also can order a copy of each [Big Book | 12 & 12] from Amazon.com.

Service Materials

As a member of Alcoholics Anonymous you will find at times that you need a good, safe, private space to work with another alcoholic for step work, for example. We’ve set up these virtual Zoom rooms just for that purpose. Members of the group may freely use them for AA-related work. We will also use the Service Room for training & review of service position roles & responsibilities.

Daily Service Roster

click to add name/edit roster
(automatically saves as you edit the doc)

Meeting Scripts

You can now help support our group to cover operating costs and make contributions to the General Service Office, A.A. Online Intergroup & more. Some expenses include the Zoom platform, web hosting, domain costs, sobriety chips & mailing expenses and ensuring we hold a prudent reserve. A monthly accounting will be viewable on our main business meeting page beginning July 11.

Are you a member of our group celebrating an AA milestone? We want to celebrate with you! Let us know using our online form at any-lengths.org/birthdays and we will send you a sobriety chip in the mail! International too! And if you’re new or coming back to Alcoholics Anonymous, you can request a virtual 24-hour chip as well, a memorable reminder of your early days in sobriety.

Get information on business meetings including upcoming agenda topics, minutes of past meetings, treasurer, website and other group reports, general business information and more.

Next Business Meeting: Saturday, July 11th

Proof of Meeting Attendance

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Other Great Meetings

Here are some links to other groups some of us attend and recommend highly:

Feeling Adventurous?

One positive result of our present situation is that face-to-face meetings all around the world, meetings we once never had access to, are now online and accessible today. One can check out a meeting in Tokyo, or visit a meeting in Dubai, or Mumbai! So feel free! Have some fun. Explore! Try out any of these abundant meetings, just a click away: 


International AA Meetings
(Pacific Time)

“I am responsible...
When anyone, anywhere, reaches out for help, I want the hand of AA always to be there. And for that, I am responsible.”