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Welcome to the Cape Atlantic Intergroup’s Website

An Intergroup is an A.A. service office established to help carry the message of Alcoholics Anonymous to a certain geographical area. 

Cape Atlantic Intergroup (CAIG) interacts with the groups and members of Alcoholics Anonymous that live in the Southeastern region of New Jersey – from Waretown to Cape May Point.

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New Location for the Intergroup Business Meeting

AA Homegroups select an “Intergroup Rep” (an AA Member in Service) that attends CAIG  business meetings once a month. The purpose of the meeting is to learn about updates, changes and happenings not only in AA, but specific to our area. By attending this meeting, each Intergroup Rep can share that info with their specific Homegroup.

The meeting is held the 3rd Wednesday of every month. Meeting is a 7:30pm

Please note that we have a new location for the meeting. Click on the address for a map of the location/directions.

157 Shore Road, Somers Point, Christ Episcopal Church

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A.A. Meetings & Meeting Lists

For your convenience, all of the AA Meetings in our area are updated to the AA Meeting Guide App. For more details about this App and how to use it, click here:  Meeting Guide App

Find a Local Meeting Now: If you don’t have the App yet, you can see specific meetings in the Cape Atlantic area right now on this website.  Click… right here.

Telephone AA Meetings are also available! Click here for that list.

Meeting List: You can download a copy of the Cape Atlantic meeting list in these formats:

  1. CSV format 
  2. PDF format.  Just click the size you need: The 4×7 Page FormatHalf page Format and Full page Format.

World Wide Meetings: The Online Intergroup of AA has a directory of meetings in various formats; Telephone, Email, Video and Chat meetings in many languages. Click here to visit their website and select the options on the right column to find a meeting.

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Help Needed on our AA Hotline

We need people to take a service commitment of answering the CAIG Hotline so that every caller gets the help they need. Volunteers take a weekly call spot, and we forward the calls to your phone. You would be helping callers with questions about upcoming meetings, and other related AA information. If you have more than 6 months of sobriety, you can get into service on the hotline.

 

Here are the Vacant Time Slots that need volunteers…

Mondays: 10am, 2pm, 4pm and at 8pm    
Tuesdays: 10am and at 2pm  
Wednesdays: Noon, 2pm, 4pm, 8am and midnight
Thursdays: 10am, 6pm, 10pm
Fridays: 8am and at 10pm  
Saturdays: 8am, 2pm, 6pm, 8pm, 10pm  
Sundays: 8am, 10am, 2pm,6pm, 8pm
Click on this Flyer for details…print and share it at your homegroup or a sponsee

Email Phone Coordinator: Carolyn M. for details
PhoneChair@capeatlanticaa.org
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COVID Safety

As Face To Face Meetings become open, you will find that many require attendees to wear a mask.

Homegroups who are going back to in-person/face to face meetings can let CAIG know by using this Reinstatement Form.

CLICK HERE
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Homegroups can offer On-Line Meetings
  • Cape Atlantic Intergroup is offering groups and meetings the ability to be hosted by the Intergroup’s Pro Virtual account, in which we can provide meeting spaces with up to 100 participants per meeting, with no time limit, free of charge. One Login/Home Group as long as you are hosting three or more meetings per week.
  • To ADD YOUR GROUP to our Intergroup’s Online Account, CLICK HERE
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An Intergroup (sometimes referred to as a central office) is an A.A. service office established to help carry the message of Alcoholics Anonymous to a certain geographical area. Cape Atlantic Intergroup (CAIG) serves and is supported by the groups and members of Alcoholics Anonymous that live in the southeastern region of New Jersey – from Waretown to Cape May Point.

The map below shows our service area. Explore the rest of our site for general information on Alcoholics Anonymousmore about Cape Atlantic Intergroup (CAIG), local meeting timesspecial events, and service opportunities for members

Further questions? Click here to get a list of folks you can direct your inquiries to!

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