Southern Delaware Intergroup
of Alcoholics Anonymous


Southern Delaware Intergroup
of Alcoholics Anonymous

Suspended Meeting Status

We would like to clean up our list of meetings that have been marked as temporarily suspended due to facilities closing because of the pandemic — most have had this status for well over one year. You can find these meetings through this link. If you have updated information on whether the meeting(s) will resume, please contact us through support@sussexaa.org. We will remove these meetings by June 15, unless we hear otherwise.

IMPORTANT: During the Coronavirus outbreak the news changes rapidly. Please see updates to meetings and events to keep informed.

During the Coronavirus outbreak the news changes rapidly. Please see Important Notice on Meetings and Events. Hosting Zoom meetings? — Please see Managing Online Meetings On Zoom for practical tips.

Welcome to Southern Delaware Intergroup (SDI) of Alcoholics Anonymous (A.A.).

SDI Sussex County MapOur purpose is to support the individual A.A. Groups in Sussex County Delaware in carrying the message to those individuals who feel they may have a problem with alcohol and wish to find a local A.A. meeting to attend.

During this COVID-19 pandemic, groups have quickly established online meetings. At this time, we do not know which, if any, physical meetings are still taking place. If you become aware of any closure or change, please notify us immediately by email at support@sussexaa.org.

To learn more information, see about SDI and read our latest news.

We have 147 meetings each week at 47 different locations in the 19 following regions (areas) — Angola, Bethany Beach, Bridgeville, Clarksville/Frankford, Delmar, Fenwick, Georgetown, Harbeson, Laurel, Lewes, Long Neck, Milford, Millsboro, Milton, Oak Orchard, Ocean View, Rehoboth Beach, Seaford, and Selbyville.

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.

A.A. Meetings

Meeting GuideUse our online 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.

Have a Smart Phone?

For mobile users, you can download the free Meeting Guide app (iOS and Android) to get the most up-to-date meeting info in major cities across the U.S. and Europe. This is a very useful app for finding meetings locally and elsewhere.

To learn more information about us, see about SDI and read our latest news.

If you would like to receive timely information from Southern Delaware about ongoing news, events, service opportunities, and how we are carrying the A.A. message to alcoholics, consider joining our mailing list.