NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS LOBBY
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The NA Chatroom is open 24/7 for support and fellowship. We place emphasis on attending an NA home group, reading NA literature, and working the "NA program" from our basic text with a sponsor. All seeking recovery from alcohol and other drugs are welcome in accordance with Tradition Three, but not all "behaviors" are welcome. Moderators will refocus the discussion to minimize disruptions.
Meeting Format: NA Open Discussion
Daily at 3:00 and 9:00 PM Eastern Time
Saturdays at 11:59 PM Eastern Time
GROUP HOMEPAGE: NACHATROOM.ORG
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The Intergroup Lobby offers socialization and/or emotional support for those who self-identify as a member of the Recovery Community. We are a "newer" group in need of your support, we check in regularly and encourage each other to stay clean and sober. "Recovery Community" is all inclusive and extended to friends/family/parents who are members of "family groups." The Intergroup Lobby is secular, we do not purport to be the arbiter of spiritual experiences or a higher power. You are welcome regardless of faith, religious / spiritual affiliation, or lack thereof. We welcome attendees from all recovery programs -- 12 step based or not -- whether you're sober today or whether you'd like to be.
r/stopdrinking on Reddit
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Please only chat/post with 24 hours (or more) sober. This subreddit is a place to motivate each other to control or stop drinking. They would like you to visit them on Reddit before joining their chatroom, and they require you to be at least 24 hours clean/sober to chat. You may participate by listening if you are not sober today.
GROUP HOMEPAGE: reddit.com/r/stopdrinking
r/depression on Reddit
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Reddit has a lot of subreddits dedicated to various areas of mental health that spark insightful conversation and a safe feeling of community. r/Depression isn't the biggest one, but it's active throughout the day with people posting their thoughts, feelings and struggles. Responses come quick and are often quite helpful and supportive.
GROUP HOMEPAGE: https://snoonet.org/community/depression/