There are many secular AA sites available to those who do not relate with the religious slant and are seeking a more inclusive or non-traditional approach to recovery.  As recovering alcoholics in the age of the internet, we are extremely fortunate to have at our disposal easy access to information that can assist us in our primary purpose:  to stay sober and to help other alcoholics achieve sobriety.  We invite you to explore for yourself this vast body of resources and literature that promotes recovery from addiction.

Clicking on the links below will open a new tab and redirect you to an external website.

Secular AA,  home of the International Conference of Secular AA, with links to secular meetings, events, and group websites:

AA Agnostica, a space for AA agnostics, atheists and freethinkers worldwide:

AA Beyond Belief Website, retired in 2021:

Beyond Belief Sobriety, a podcast for people seeking a secular path to recovery from addiction:

The Fix, offers up to date news about recovery including issues raised that are often only whispered about among friends in the rooms of traditional groups like 12 Step meetings:

Freethinkers in AA,  a random site from a sister Freethought group in Denver:

More group sites are listed on the Secular AA website.

Buddhist Recovery Network, supports the use of Buddhist teachings, traditions and practices to help people recover from the suffering caused by addictive behaviors:

William White Papers, tons of recovery related information that provides support and insight for those interested in and celebrating the many paths of recovery:

Rebellion Dogs, publisher of Beyond Belief: Agnostic Musings for 12 Step Life:

12 Step Philosophy, a blog: