Online Recovery Meetings2020-09-18T11:23:07-04:00

Online Recovery Meetings

Connect With Others Who Understand

Online Recovery Meetings for Addiction

Online Recovery Meetings

Experience, Strength, Hope

Nightly at 7:30pm EST

Herren Project’s online drug and alcohol addiction recovery meetings provide individuals with a safe space to receive mutual support and encouragement. Meetings start with a speaker followed by group sharing and fellowship.

In an effort to support the recovery community during the COVID-19 Pandemic, Herren Project introduced online recovery meetings in the spring of 2020, offered seven nights a week. These peer-led, support based meetings are open to anyone, regardless of your pathway to recovery. Whether you attend alcoholics anonymous (AA), Narcotics Anonymous (NA), Refuge Recovery or any other type of addiction support program, all are welcome to attend and participate in the fellowship.

Meetings are confidential and follow the same principle of 12 step meetings that “who you see here, what you hear here, when you leave here, let it stay here.” Participation (speaking/sharing) is not required. Must be 18 years of age to participate.

How to Join:
No registration required. However, you will need to download the Zoom app on your phone or visit zoom.us on your computer to create your free account. If you wish to remain anonymous, when creating a zoom account, simply use an initial for your last name.

Online:
Join Herren Project Recovery’s Meeting on a computer, smartphone or iPad:
https://theherrenproject.zoom.us/j/581471639
Meeting ID: 581 471 639

Call in:
Dial by your location using meeting ID: 581 471 639
+1 301 715 8592 US

Mondays
Host: Kevin Mikolazyk
Open Speaker Meeting

Tuesdays
Host: Lana Atamian
Open Speaker Meeting

Wednesdays
Host: Danielle Sharp
Open Speaker Meeting

Thursdays
Host: Jojo Mikolazyk
Open Speaker Meeting

Fridays
Host: Patrick Balsley
Meditation Meeting

Saturdays
Host: Pam Rickard
Open Speaker Meeting

Sundays
Host: Devin Corey
Open Speaker Meeting

“My worst days are now my best. Through recovery you realize on the other side of pain and despair, there is hope and freedom.” – Chris Herren

“My worst days are now my best. Through recovery you realize on the other side of pain and despair, there is hope and freedom.” – Chris Herren

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