Never Alone Club - Fullscreen Chat , Meeting Directory

 
na chatroom NEVERALONECLUB.ORG formerly known as "NAChatroom.org" (17 Members Online)
  • Next Meeting is in 17 minutes, at 3:00 PM EDT on Fri, Sep 24
     
    The Never Alone Club is open 24/7 for support and fellowship, for anyone seeking support abstaining from alcohol and other drugs. We meet regularly and encourage each other to stay clean or deal with life on life's terms. We have daily online meetings in the "Narcotics Anomymous" or "Language of Letting Go" meeting formats. All seeking recovery from alcohol and other drugs are welcome, but not all "behaviors" are welcome. Moderators will refocus the discussion to minimize disruptions. We are not affiliated with AA, NA, or any other 12-step recovery program however many of our members do attend real live face to face meetings and will be happy to find you one or answer any questions you have about where to find support or begin your journey. If you're new, welcome!
     
    Meeting Format
    3:00 and 9:00 PM (EST) Daily: NA Open Discussion
     

     
  • r/stopdrinking on reddit r/stopdrinking on Reddit (93 Members Online)
     
  • This room does not hold "meetings" or have any 12 step (AA, NA, etc) affiliation. Private one on one messaging IS allowed here but the moderators ask you to please ask for someones permission before you message them.
     
    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 r/depression on Reddit (95 Members Online)
     
  • We are a peer support community aimed primarily at helping those struggling with depression. Private one on one messaging IS allowed here but the moderators ask you to please ask for someones permission before you message them.
     
    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/