This is a serious time being new in sobriety. It was descibed to me as an emotional rollercoaster. Some days will be great others will be not so great, and some will be just days. My suggestion is get involved in the group. More than likely they will be more than willing to let you do something. Wether it be making the coffee before the meeting, sweeping the floor after the meeting, greeting the members as they walk in (you can also meet new people that way), washing coffee cups, etc... just get involved!!!!!! Build a fellowship. Getting numbers and picking up that telephone is a great start. Sometimes memebers will not be able to talk to you and not answer your call but.... don't get your feelings hurt, some of us have become members of this society again and have lives. It's not about them answering or not it's about you making the effort to take time out of your day and see how someone else it doing rather than dwelling on how bad your doing. Selfishness and Self centerdness seemed to be the root of our troubles.
The thing that worked for me the most was Service work. No matter what it was. Doing something for someone else that didn't ask me too nor did I ask for anything in return. Weither it be, clean the house, vacum, dust, mop, sweep. Yard work, mowing, weedeating, whatever. Washing the car, whatever I needed to do to keep my mind off of booze. Doing this service work does keep my mind off of drink and I also get a sense of instant gradification knowing the reason I did it was not because I wanted to be noticed but I did it to stay solber. It sounds crazy but it works. Service Work is one of the roots of recovery.
Get a Sponsor and use them! Hit the steps fearlessly!! Listen to what they have to say. I never could learn anything until I became teachable. Listen to what they have to say even if right now you don't agree. Read the Big Book, study this book! Take as many notes as you can. This is a ##### game, you're either all in or you fold and go back out. Sounds cruel but we're dealing with our lives her nothing less. Try not to overthink anything (we tend to do that). KISS= Keep It Simple Stupid..... Best of wishes to you and if you work hard enough at it you just might find that what you were looking for in that bottle you had all along.