Meetings list

Our list of worldwide ASCA support group meetings.

General info

Below, online meetings are listed first, followed by in-person meetings.

Note: for book groups, internet cafés, writing groups, etc., please visit the other meetings page.


  • If you are new to ASCA, the about and meetings webpages provide further information.
  • Please be on time for the start of ASCA meetings. Admittance is restricted once a meeting begins.
  • The time zone is local to the group.
  • If you have concerns that a meeting is misrepresenting itself or is not following the steps and spirit set forth in our guidelines (see materials), please contact us.

Unless noted, all meetings listed are community-based meetings. These meetings are formed and run by adult survivors of child abuse.

We note provider-based meetings, which mental health providers and other organizations establish and maintain. Adult survivors of child abuse may or may not facilitate these meetings.

Online ASCA meetings

In online (virtual) meetings, attendees meet using computers and phones. There are i online meetings sorted here by local day and time.

) Sundays - 1:00pm to 3:00pm

Based in Washington, D.C.

Metro DC Area ASCA Support Group

An all-virtual format using Zoom.

Meetings are on Sundays at 1pm ET.

You can find details of the meeting by finding us at

For further questions, email Chicaiza and Cathy at

) Sundays - 4:30pm to 6:00pm

Based in Georgia (Atlanta)

ASCA-Atlanta offers online and in-person meetings.

  • Online meetings are hosted each Sunday at 4:30 p.m. ET on Zoom.
  • In-person meetings are hosted on the third Sunday of each month at 4:30 p.m. ET at Saint Mark's United Methodist Church (details below).

Request to join the group by visiting

Once added to the group, you can RSVP to attend an online or in-person meeting by going to:

RSVP is required to receive the link to the Zoom meeting each Sunday.

Please contact the meeting organizers by sending a Meetup message or posting a comment to the event if you have questions.

A suggested donation of $3 to $5 is requested to defer administrative costs.
No one will be turned away for lack of funds.
Click here to make a donation.

In-person meetings on the third Sunday of the month are held at:

St. Mark's United Methodist Church
Meeting Room 200
781 Peachtree Street
Atlanta, GA 30308
(The meeting entrance is on 5th street between Peachtree and Juniper Street in midtown Atlanta)

Please arrive 10-15 minutes before 4:30 to receive the passcode for free parking in the parking deck at the 5th street entrance.

ASCA-Atlanta gets a passcode to Park for FREE. The co-facilitator of the meeting will provide you with the parking passcode upon arrival.