MSIG re COVID-19 5th of January 2021 – click here to read more
Latest guidance for Tier 4 – 20.12.2020
Support groups that have to be delivered in person can continue with up to 15 participants where formally organised to provide mutual aid, therapy or any other form of support – but they must take place at a premises other than a private home. This includes, but is not limited to, support to victims of crime, people in drug and alcohol recovery, new parents and guardians, people caring for those with long-term or terminal illnesses, or who are vulnerable, people facing issues relating to their sexuality or gender, those who have suffered bereavement, and vulnerable young people, including for them to meet youth workers.More Information here.
Please find enclosed documents with information about the current COVID-19 situation as it applies to AA in Mid Surrey. We have also posted a document re setting up online groups.
The most important thing is to ask members to check the website for information. Especially to check whether their face to face (F2F) meeting is on.
If it is not listed, then it is temporarily suspended
While more of our members cannot attend meetings there is a phone list available for men and women who need another alcoholic to talk to.
Message or call me for these contacts who are happy to talk.
The 0800 helpline will remain dedicated to newcomers looking for AA.
Have a read through and get in touch with any concerns/ideas/group news.
M: 07773 369081