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Member & Group Resources

Member & Group Resources

On this page are some resources for A.A. members and groups that may be helpful.

Meeting Resources

List a New Meeting

Fill out a form to list your new A.A. meeting in the Southern Delaware Intergroup meeting directory.

List a New Meeting

Update a Meeting

To update a meeting already listed in our meeting directory, please go to your listing, scroll to the bottom, click the Update Meeting Info link and follow the prompts.

Go to Your Meeting Listing

A.A. Meeting FAQ

Answers to a few frequently asked questions about A.A. meetings that may be helpful.

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Printable Meeting Schedule

Download a current listing of all Sussex County in-person meetings in PDF format.

Download Schedule

Common Readings

Need to read How it Works at a meeting and can’t find your Big Book? Or can’t remember the Twelve Traditions? Or the Ninth Step Promises? Most common readings said at meetings are contained in this page.

Read Here

Safety Card for A.A. Groups

An optional statement to be read at meetings, this card asks members to refrain from any behavior that may compromise another’s safety and encourages all members to take any necessary precautions to ensure their own personal safety.

Open Card

Group Resources

Register a New Group

Use this form to list your group with GSO. A copy should be sent to the Area 12 Registrar. This form will accept listings for groups that meet in-person or online. See The A.A. Group pamphlet for information about groups.

Open Form

Group Change Form

Use this form if you need to update your group’s information (GSR name, group name, location, etc.) with GSO. A copy should be sent to the Area 12 Registrar.

Open Form

About Groups

Any gathering of two or more alcoholics who wish to recover and have no other affiliation may call themselves an A.A. group. Groups exist to help those who suffer from the disease of alcoholism.

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News and Events

Our News

Read about ongoing news, events, service opportunities from SDIAA and how we are carrying the A.A. message to alcoholics.

Read our News

Calendar of Events

SDIAA maintains a calendar as a resource for local and national A.A. events which are open to all A.A. members.

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