Alcoholics Anonymous has helped countless people break free from alcohol addiction over the last 100 or so years. However, in today's world, people find themselves busier than ever. The responsibilities of life often make it impossible for us to attend AA meetings when we otherwise would. Whether we work two jobs to make ends meet or have to pick the kids up from school as soon as we get out of work; there are a lot of circumstances where AA meetings aren't possible for everyone.

Now, there's online AA where recovering alcoholics can attend meetings when it's convenient for them on their home computers, laptops, smartphones, or tablets. We bring alcoholic's anonymous to individuals whose circumstances don't permit them to go to AA.

Online AA Allows You to Better Make Time for Your Recovery

Lionrock Recovery offers online AA meetings round-the-clock. We also offer Narcotics Anonymous meetings as well. After you put the kids to bed or get home late at night, set aside an hour or so for your sobriety and recovery. Online AA groups can help a person in recovery to stay sober. The fellowship of AA is what strengthens us to put our best foot forward and keep coming back. Now, you can have AA meetings in your home without hosting guests from anywhere in the world.

Online AA Can Save Your Life

Lionrock Recovery strongly encourages everyone in AA to find a sponsor if they don't have one yet. A sponsor can hold you accountable and help you stay on track when you're at your weakest point. Still, even the best sponsors can't be there for you 24/7. Online AA allows you to get the help you need to resist urges and temptation when you need it most. Having a place to go that's right on your computer when you have strong desires to relapse can save you from making a decision you might regret for the rest of your life. Lionrock Recovery has a vast array of online resources to help you stay clean when your sobriety is on the line.

Get Encouragement and Give Encouragement with Online AA Meetings

As we say in AA regarding sobriety, "You've got to give it to keep it." That is why AA has been so successful for so many people over the years. When people who have similar problems come together to solve them, they encourage and strengthen each other. You can't expect to keep your sobriety very long past the point you stop helping others to achieve their sobriety! Don't make the mistake of thinking that you're not helping anyone else by sharing in AA meetings because you are! Your presence alone and your story give encouragement to people who are just starting, and it gives encouragement to those who have been in AA longer than you.

The important thing to know is that you are not alone! You don't need to do recovery by yourself; Lionrock Recovery is here to help. Check out our online AA meetings today at LionrockRecovery.com