Progressive Institute Offers Zoom Young People’s Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting
With face-to-face Alcoholics Anonymous meetings largely postponed due to COVID-19, Progressive Institute will be providing virtual access to a Young People’s A.A. meeting each week to allow community members to maintain the human connection and support that is an essential aspect of maintaining sustained sobriety and wellness. We encourage those working through their recovery to join others in a regular online meeting that will reinforce the human connection and engagement experienced in past face-to-face meetings, providing the strength needed to manage through these unprecedented times. See details below to join the meeting:
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