Southern Delaware Intergroup
of Alcoholics Anonymous
About Southern Delaware Intergroup
Welcome to Southern Delaware Intergroup of Alcoholics Anonymous!
If you think you have a problem with alcohol and want to stop drinking, but find you cannot quit entirely, or you have little control over the amount you drink, there are a number of ways A.A. can help. For confidential support, please contact us.
- Find us at an A.A. Meeting, or
- Call our 24-hour help line: 302-856-6452, or
- Email us at email@example.com.
Use our meeting directory to locate an A.A. meeting near you. There are many types of meetings, including those specifically geared toward beginners. Generally, however, our experience is that the best meeting to attend is the first one you can get to. Have questions about attending meetings? — see A.A. Meetings FAQ. To learn more about A.A., see About Alcoholics Anonymous.
Though a few meetings have been temporarily suspended during this COVID-19 pandemic, many groups have established online meetings. At present time, the status of any particular meeting may not have been reported to this site. If you become aware of any closure or change, please notify us immediately by email. If your group is considering resuming your in-person meetings, please review the information contained in this article.
Our Latest News
“Our Twelfth Step — carrying the message — is the basic service that the A.A. Fellowship gives. Without the service work of those who came before us, none of us would be here now! Featured in this article are the activities the BTG, CPC, Answering Service (12-Step Calls), & Literature Committees are currently doing to carry the A.A message of recovery so many of us have experienced. [Read More >>]
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