There are many websites about recovery on the Internet. Some sell things. Some ask for donations. Some are affiliated with organizations or treatment centers. There are also rooms/forums for online meetings. Most of these can be found with some quick google searching. Almost all these sites are unsanctioned by AA World Service.
There are two significant exceptions. The International Journal of Alcoholics Anonymous (aka “The Grapevine” or “the meeting in print”) can be found here. This is a great site loaded with evolving content. There is also AA World Service, AA.org that is also packed with useful information and offers downloadable versions of almost all AA World Service “approved” literature.
Most “AA-influenced” sites have a bias towards “the disease concept of alcoholism” and “complete and total abstinence” being the only solution. This solution is achieved through the adoption of “spiritual principals” found in the “12 Steps.” This site, in full disclosure, shares this bias.
There are, of course, other viewpoints on alcoholism/addiction. From a science perspective, The National Institute of Health (NIH) sponsors The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism and is the gateway to research and latest ideas on the topic.
Of the hundreds of AA related sites, here are a few favorites.
A massive phone number index for groups and digital and hardcover big books – Anonymous Press
Over 5,000 articles on AA – Silkworth.net
A massive collection of AA speaker recordings run by some people in Iceland – here.