If the court has ordered you to complete self-help meetings, you can satisfy the requirement by doing AA meetings. AA meetings are free and they run 7 days a week, for only an hour, almost any hour of the day. If court ordered, proof of AA meetings will need to be shown to the court at every court date. Below are links to online, telephone, and in person AA meetings.
For in person meetings, they must be signed off by another person, generally your sponsor or person running the meeting. Attached is an AA attendance log. It is a good idea to take a picture of your completed AA attendance log in case you lose it.
For online meetings you need to either get an email confirmation or take a picture of the name, date, and time of the online meeting and keep for your records. Some online meetings will give proof of attendance, so ask how you can get proof of attendance. For a small monthly fee, 12step-online.com will give a court verification for every meeting attended.
ONLINE AA MEETING WITH PROOF OF ATTENDANCE
LINK TO ONLINE AA MEETINGS
LINK TO FIND IN PERSON AA MEETINGS CLOSE TO YOU.