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EAI relies on your financial support to continue to offer services to members worldwide. Please make your gift today!

We have raised $12,705.03 of our $60,000.00  goal.


We have recently launched a sustainer (monthly) giving program and are offering special acknowledgment gifts in honor of the anniversary - to learn more about the benefits of sustainer giving click here.

Here’s what one EA member had to say about monthly EAI support:

What’s the value of EA? I ask that question because if you’re going to make a donation, you’ll want to know if this is a wise investment. For me, it’s the wisest of all!!  Our world is struggling mentally, emotionally, and relationally. EA has shown repeatedly to be a fellowship with effective tools and a caring community of people committed to helping us deal well with our thoughts and feelings as we relate to our family, friends, neighbors, and co-workers. I  encourage generous giving to EA!!  It’s making a difference in our world – in MY world. I’ll be giving, too! - Scott J.

If you can make a contribution now, please click here. Thank you!

This is the official website of Emotions Anonymous International (EAI).

EAI is the nonprofit organization that facilitates the Emotions Anonymous (EA) 12-Step Program of recovery. EA supports individuals with emotional difficulties in their efforts to live more manageable lives. The program's foundational components include the 12 Steps, 12 Traditions, 12 Helpful Concepts, 12 Just for Todays, 12 Promises, 12 Slogans, and 12 Principles.

The main office of EAI is located in St. Paul, MN, USA. The EAI Board of Trustees is made up of members from around the world. EA-approved literature can be purchased through our online store here. EAI sells pamphlets, workbooks, books, and merchandise. The staff and Board of Trustees develop and approves materials with input from EA members.

EAI is solely supported by member and group contributions and sales. We need your support! Please click here to make a contribution.

If you or someone you know is experiencing a life-threatening mental health crisis, consider dialing 911 
or the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255). EA International is not a hotline or healthcare organization. Staff is not trained to handle emergencies.