(last updated February 10, 2021)

Welcome to the Cape Atlantic Intergroup’s Website!

We are in the Beta-Testing Phase of a “Live Chat” option – please feel free to use it and if there is nobody online, leave a message and we will be with you shortly!


If you test positive for COVID-19 and have been to any Face-to-Face meetings within 14 days of the onset of symptoms (or if you are asymptomatic, from the date of diagnosis) – please please please remember to contact the group whose meeting you attended so they can alert others for effective contact tracing. The numbers are on the rise, once again, and it is imperative that we remember WE ARE RESPONSIBLE!


CLICK HERE to see a list local meetings (and if your meeting has re-opened) with Social Distancing in place




Is your F2F meeting being reinstated? CLICK HERE to fill out a Meeting Reinstatement Form

(Before you reinstate Face to Face (F2F) meetings, please read the attached.)


SAFETY GUIDELINES AND TIPS FOR GROUPS HOLDING ONLINE MEETINGS: Please click here for additional, comprehensive instructions!


  • 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.


If you cannot attend a F2F (face to face) meeting, there are other options:

Worldwide Online Meetings | Phone Meetings

Click here to learn how you can protect your anonymity online!


Be sure to check the website for further information and if there are changes to any other commitments – stay “in the know”!


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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