What You Should Know About SAA Online Meetings

saa online meetings

SAA Online meetings are great for people who can’t attend a meeting in person. They help people find new friends, and members who are in the same stage of recovery can talk with each other. The group’s website contains a wealth of information, including videos, podcasts, and more. The group also has a community Facebook page where members can share stories and get support.

Three stages

SAA meetings generally take place in three stages. The structure may vary depending on the type of meeting, but generally meetings begin with an introduction from an experienced group member called a “trusted servant” who gives participants an overview of the program and the 12-Steps of Recovery. He or she will also lay out the meeting’s structure and guidelines for participation.

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Trusted servant

In the SAA, members select a trusted servant for their group. This person will chair the meetings and introduce the program and the Twelve Steps of Recovery to the group. They will also introduce the meeting format and provide guidelines for participation. These meetings can be held both in person and online.

The SAA provides many resources for people dealing with addiction, including legal repercussions. The SAA online meetings provide a great place to meet people who share common interests and experiences. They can also help you find resources that can help you get the help you need. The SAA website has many free resources to help you start your recovery journey.

Inappropriate messaging

As a member of the Society of American Archivists, you have a responsibility to respect the personal space of other members. Harassment is not tolerated and is a serious violation of the Code of Ethics for Archivists. Harassment can take the form of inappropriate speech, offensive images, or physical contact. This behavior is also a violation of the SAA’s Equal Opportunity/Non-Discrimination Policy. Examples of harassment include inappropriate verbal comments, disruption of a talk, unwanted physical contact, and unwanted sexual attention.

When attending SAA meetings, always follow the SAA guidelines and dress appropriately. If you are a minor, don’t join the meeting until you ask the group leader for permission. You should also avoid side conversations and interruptions of other members. It’s also best to enter the meeting quietly.

SAA meetings usually follow a structured structure of three stages. First, there is an introduction of the SAA program and the Twelve Steps of Recovery. Second, you will get an overview of the meeting format and guidelines. Third, you’ll be introduced to one of your trusted servants.