In The Rooms can be an important tool in your recovery toolkit.

In The Rooms is a free online recovery tool that offers 130 weekly online meetings for those recovering from alcoholism or drug addiction. The meetings require only an internet connection and a device, and provide support from those in recovery from around the world. But we also have a host of other great features! These include: 

  •  A recovery community 650,000+ members strong: Growing every day, In The Rooms is a place where you can find support and care from those in recovery and have the chance to offer support and care to them too. “ You need a support network. You need someone to call on days when you wake up and you really want to do drugs,” says In The Rooms co-founder Ron Tannebaum.
  • A vast array of content and information about recovery: From member blogs to daily affirmations to expert content, In The Rooms has the information you need to continue on your recovery journey.
  • A recovery program database that can find treatment centers near you: If you’re looking to dive a bit deeper into your recovery, we’ve selected some of our favorite programs from around the world so that you can choose one close to you or far from home. 

In The Rooms is a great recovery tool for anyone, and can be especially helpful for those in certain circumstances, such as:

  • If you’re traveling or on vacation, In The Rooms is a convenient way to continue on your recovery journey and keep you accountable, even if you’re away from your normal recovery program.
  • If there is not a recovery program near you, In The Rooms is an easily accessible recovery resource that can be used anywhere with an internet connection and a device. 
  • If it is difficult for you to be in public, or you are in a living situation where you need to keep your recovery discreet, In The Rooms is a great way to surround yourself with the recovery community and find help on your terms. 
  • If you want to supplement your traditional recovery program, In The Rooms can be used any time of the day at nearly any place, so you can seek recovery in the workplace, the classroom, or from the comfort of your own home. 

If you want to learn more about the advantages of online recovery, check out this series of blogs by William L. White, an Emeritus Senior Research Consultant at Chestnut Health Systems.



  1. Paula Faulkner Reply

    I’m new here but have been in and out of recovery for approximately 20 years. This time is different for me because I found out I have a brain lesion. I want to be clean of everything before addressing this problem so I really need all the support I can get. Reaching out is hard for me but I’m doing it.

    • I’m right there with you Paula. I’ve been in & out for 36 years. Trying to get back.

    • Miranda Satterly Reply

      Yes—when you are in a video meeting, simply press the “Request Attendance Confirmation” button, and we’ll send you an email with that confirmation.

  2. Hello, my name is Henry M. and I am new to Please let me know the time of your first meeting today. I am new to recovery and have just completed 65 days of inpatient treatment. Sincerely Henry M.

  3. Brian Lewis Reply

    Hello my name is Brian L
    I’ve been in and out of the rooms for a long time.
    I recently had a heart attack so I need a lot of support, before I hurt or kill myself..
    Im here for the long run.

  4. My name is Julie and I am new to online meetings. I have been in and out of recovery for 30 years and have been clean almost 6 years this time.

  5. Avis Elaine Hullaby Reply

    I want to encourage anyone who is struggling with their sobriety to not give up on your self

  6. So happy to be here
    I am a 26 year recovery alcoholic who goes to 3 meetings a week. I am self- quarantining because of the virus and will be missing my meetings. This site will save the day
    My first meeting here begins in 20 mins.
    I’m very excited

  7. I cannot fogure our how to find the AA meetings here.. thank you.. so confused with this site..

  8. Hi my name is Julie and I’m also very new to this I don’t know how to do any of this but I really want to learn

  9. Karen Combs Reply

    To anyone thinking of killing them selves through drinking or by any other means; please attend several of these meetings and that feeling WILL go away. It is a final solution to a temporary feeling. Please do not do it!!!!!!
    If you continue to feel depressed, go to a psychiatrist to get help or to a therapist. Please, Also, get a sponsor to help you work the steps of AA and that will also help tremendously.
    Love, Karen

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