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These digital all recovery meetings are very similar to in-person open recovery meetings. People can join from anywhere and either listen, share, or both. Participants are often in recovery, but may also be allies of the recovery community or family members and loved ones of individuals in recovery.
We host meetings throughout the week and at least one daily. We may also add additional meeting times in the future as capacity needs grow. As meetings continue to get cancelled, please share this information with your networks and keep coming back. Full details are here: https://unityrecovery.org/digital-recovery-meetings
These are open all-recovery meetings, which means people in or supportive of recovery from any type of behavioral health disorder or quality of life concern are welcome. No matter the program, pathway, or type of recovery you are in, this is a meeting for you. As a reminder, we typically introduce ourselves as “Hello, My name is ____ and I am a person in recovery”, but feel free to identify however is comfortable for you.
If anyone you know, or you yourself, needs extra support, please feel to message the meeting facilitator on the platform, or send an email to email@example.com and we’ll get you connected to a peer support specialist ASAP
If you would like to share, you can click “manage participants” (smartphone) or “expand participants” (computer) and then the blue “raise hand” button and it will let the facilitator know you would like to share.
Meeting verification details are provided at each meeting you attend by the meeting facilitator. We limit details to the actual meeting to ensure that you are only asking for verification at meetings you attend.
To respect privacy, we do not allow meetings to be recorded by any attendee or facilitator. It is possible that screenshots of a screen may be taken however, just as if an attendee took a picture at an in-person meeting. We do encourage all attendees to not take screenshots to be respectful.