Please refer to the Chat Room Decorum Guidelines for further information concerning this groups guidelines.
The e-AA group attempts to keep our chat room a safe, friendly, AA-oriented 12-Step-focused room.
The Monitors may read the chat transcripts and all private chats in an effort to keep the room a safe and friendly place. A., The Big Book, and Box 4-5-9 are registered trademarks or service marks of A.
There are several billion people who have access to the internet.
Once in the chat rooms, registered users will have access to information you enter in your profile or share in open chat. Grapevine, GV, and Box 1980 are registered trademarks or service marks of The A.
If a meeting is in progress when you enter the chat rooms, please take a few moments to become oriented. We neither endorse nor oppose other recovery sites.
We urge caution in filling out profiles and providing e-mail addresses and other contact information. The e-AA Group reserves the right to deny or delete any inappropriate screen names. If you are looking for help with a drinking problem and no one is present in the room, click the "Chat Help by E-mail" link at the top of the page; e-AA Group is an autonomous online A. The chat rooms serve as both our meeting room and fellowship hall. To participate in our business meeting in which the election of trusted servants, group conscience decisions and fellowship takes place, go to Members, the bottom selection, and fill out the form.
Meeting Protocol is in place until the Chair announces Open Chat. The following approved link may be helpful: following are chatroom-specific examples of inappropriate content.
They have been used by what we currently call "monitors" and passed along informally until now.