Tuesday, June 23, 2020

Kansas City Sobriety Challenged By Coronavirus And Civil Unrest

A glimpse at resources for help and more deets about how locals suffer with addiction amid historic American discord.

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Struggling to Stay Sober During a Pandemic

When John S attended his first Alcoholics Anonymous meeting in 1988, he was 25 years old. "My drinking was out of control by the time I was 18," recalled John, who asked that Flatland not reveal his last name out of respect for the anonymity of AA.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I am amazed that this article did not mention the general Alcoholics Anonymous local telephone number. Most of the dozens of groups in the area are conducting online meetings, and some are beginning limited in person meetings as well. For a meeting and a time that is convenient for you, call the local Kansas City Office at 816-471-7229.