WHAT IS AN INTERNET MEETING?
Internet meetings can utilize different formats. They are accessed using your computer, tablet, or smartphone. Check the home pages of the online groups listed below to learn about meeting days, times, and the procedures for attending.
Voices of Nicotine Recovery*
Hosts up to five online voice Nicotine Anonymous meetings daily.
Uses the "Paltalk" application.
The group website provides an updated calendar of meeting times, resources for newcomers, and over 200 recorded speaker shares to listen to at one's leisure. Specifics of how to attend the meetings are provided on website. Group members also have access 24 hours a day to a forum for additional support. In accordance with the Third Tradition of Nicotine Anonymous the only requirement for membership is a desire to not use nicotine.
Typed share meetings on a message board format. Also includes a "Meditation of the Day", "Book Reading of the Day" and "Question of the Day" that is posted daily.
(Unofficial Nicanon is the name of an "official" internet meeting group of Nicotine Anonymous)
Die Hard Group*
Launches Friday, January 4th, 2019.
Uses the “Paltalk” application.
This is a type share and voice chat meeting.
Held every Friday at 10:30 pm Eastern Time, 7:30 pm Pacific Time. Readings include the Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions. The website gives instructions on how to get into the chat meeting as well as an email address to contact us with any questions.