Online AA Meetings Fort Lauderdale

Online AA Meetings Fort Lauderdale

Find Online AA Meetings in Fort Lauderdale

As technology has progressed, and with a push from circumstances surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, online outpatient rehab and addiction treatment have become popular options for many people. This includes attending an AA meeting in a virtual setting. Alcohol abuse is a problem for millions of Americans, and only a tiny percentage of those affected take part in alcohol rehab or join groups like Alcoholics Anonymous for help. There are several online AA meetings in Fort Lauderdale, some of which also have in-person options. Here are some online options provided by local organizations that you may want to look into if you live in Fort Lauderdale, Boca Raton, Boynton Beach, Coconut Creek, Deerfield Beach, or other areas in Broward County and south Florida:

Group Name: Downtown Dry Dock

Platform: Zoom

Zoom Number: 280 250 4064

Access ID: Recovery

Days: Monday through Friday

Time: 5:30pm

Physical Location: 1400 N Federal Hwy, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304

The Downtown Dry Dock group has in-person sessions with Zoom meetings incorporated. All meetings are open; they have a beginner meeting, a Big Book study, and other focuses throughout the week. 

Group Name: Easier Softer Way 

Platform: Zoom

Zoom Number: 689 726 093

Access ID: 773967

Days: Monday through Friday

Time: 8 am

Physical Location: 333 Tarpon Dr, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301

The Easier Softer Way group has open in-person meetings with virtual attendance availability via Zoom meetings, but not one specified as a beginner meeting. Big Book study, Chair’s Choice, and Step meeting focus occur throughout the week. 

Group Name: Happy Hour LAMBDA South

Platform: Zoom

Zoom Number: 425 289 467

Access ID: 636507

Days: Monday through Sunday

Time: 5:45pm

Physical Location: 1231 E Las Olas Blvd # A, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301

Happy Hour LAMBDA South has open meetings every day of the week, including a beginner meeting on Tuesdays. Literature, Step meeting, and Chair’s Choice focus meetings are also on the schedule. Zoom meetings allow people to attend online, too. 

To discover how our virtual addiction recovery programs can help you overcome substance abuse, please contact Recovery Unplugged at 855-206-1124 today. 

Benefits of Virtual AA Meetings

The primary purpose of Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous is relapse prevention. At some point, everyone in addiction recovery feels they are ready to graduate from inpatient and outpatient rehab and any other types of treatment they have taken part in over time. Attending a regular AA meeting can help keep someone focused on their recovery during alcohol rehab and afterward. Completing alcohol detox and alcohol addiction treatment can be incredible milestones, but it’s important to remember that living sober takes effort. Virtual AA meeting sessions help by providing easy access to support groups for people who might not be able to attend in person for various reasons and those with busy schedules who find it easier to join in from home or even from their office.

Other Virtual Supports for Addiction and Mental Health

At Recovery Unplugged, we have several rehab centers where people can participate in our inpatient and outpatient rehab programs. All of these are infused with our unique take on drug and alcohol recovery, which involves music in all types of treatment. We also offer virtual alcohol rehab and drug rehab services, and our virtual support includes treatment for the following:

  • Alcohol and Drug Abuse
  • Dual Diagnosis 
  • Depressive Disorder
  • Anxiety Disorder
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Trauma and PTSD
  • Borderline Personality Disorder
  • Codependency and Relationship Issues

Attending an Online AA Meeting With Recovery Unplugged in Fort Lauderdale

Meeting schedules and busy lifestyles can often conflict, and that’s why we make our drug and alcohol treatment and support as available as possible through outpatient and online treatment plans. Contact us about attending an AA meeting online by calling 855-206-1124 to help support your addiction recovery from substance abuse.