Virtual NA and AA meetings
Virtual, hybrid and in-person events and recovery meetings
Below you can find events and meetings hosted by Recovery Centers of America to help you and your family cope with challenging times. These events can cover gratitude in difficult times, recovery in relationships, and more, as well as alumni recovery meetings, virtual recovery yoga, and discovering your emotions.
Online recovery meetings and self-care activities
In times of difficult social distancing and isolation, it’s never been more important to stay connected to others, even if you can’t do it in person. Recovery Centers of America has developed a list of virtual meetings and self-care activities to keep you connected and focused on your well-being. These meetings are fluid – some can be attended by phone, webchat, Zoom, and more. You won’t need any specific apps to use these virtual meetings – just a computer or a phone.
Virtual NA and AA meeting list
Isolation and boredom are two things many people are struggling with right now – and for those in active addiction or recovery, they can be triggers. Fortunately, help is still available with online recovery meetings. Check out this list of other virtual NA and AA meetings below.
- AA Online Meetings General Page
- AA Email Meetings
- AA Text Chat Meetings
- AA Audio Video Meetings
- AA Website Discussion Meetings
- AA Telephone Meetings
- LGBT AA Meetings
- Deaf and Hard of Hearing AA
- NA Web Meetings
- NA Phone Meetings
- Unity Recovery Individual and Family Meetings
- Al-Anon Meetings via phone
https://al-anon.org/al-anon-meetings/electronic-meetings/#Phone_Meetings (You can click on Skype, Facebook Messenger, Zoom, Bulletin Board, WhatsApp, Email.)
- In the Rooms
List of online meetings and resources for individuals in recovery and individuals and families affected by substance use disorder.
Guidance released from DDAP and guidance/resources from national and federal agencies.
Addiction doesn’t stop and neither does Recovery Centers of America. RCA wants anyone struggling with addiction to know that we are still open and still answering calls and accepting patients 24/7. All of our facilities have strict precautions for patients and staff members during the COVID-19 pandemic, and we continue to update these procedures as the CDC rolls out new information. If you or a loved one are struggling with addiction, RCA can help right now.