Racing For Recovery Streams Live Online

. March 31, 2018.
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Support group meetings for those affected by addiction with Racing For Recovery, an organization preventing substance abuse, will stream live online every Thursday. If you are unable to attend the meeting in person, technology will still let you participate in the conversation.

For in person attendees, a private, off-camera area is available for those uncomfortable in front of the lens. Discussion topics range from substance abuse issues, to recovery stories, to exercise and productive lifestyles.

For $10, arrive early at 5:30pm, join a spirituality meeting and enjoy a hot meal.
All discussion meetings are free.

6-8:30pm | Every Thursday
Racing for Recovery | 6202 Trust Dr., Holland
419-824-8462 | racingforrecovery.org

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