Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), forced by the COVID-19 pandemic to move meetings online, is facing a number of challenges in addressing the needs of members, The Washington Post reports.
Hosts are now adding passwords to meetings to prevent “Zoom bombing,” which can make it more difficult for some people to join. AA members say they miss personal interaction in meetings, including hugging and holding hands. They note people may have difficulty finding a meeting, or may feel uncomfortable joining a Zoom call where most of the participants already know one another.
Full article at Partnership for Drug-Free Kids