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SMART Cincy printable flier (PDF) for Online Meetings — On the second page are links to the Zoom meetings.


FACE-TO-FACE MEETING CANCELLATIONS/POSTPONEMENTS DUE TO CORONAVIRUS

Many Cincinnati-area face-to-face meetings have been (temporarily) suspended until further notice due to Coronavirus. Some of the Cincinnati facilitators have instead set up Zoom meetings in place of the face-to-face meetings (see below). When it is safe to do so we will resume regular in-person meetings. Please keep tabs on this page for more information, including new Zoom meetings that may be created. For more Zoom meetings you can get a free account on the national website and join the nationally-organized Zoom meetings: https://www.smartrecovery.org/community/

Special Smart Recovery national office notice: COVID-19 & SMART Recovery Face-to-Face Meetings


ONLINE: Sunday Lindner Center meeting, 4-5:30pm: Meeting url: https://zoom.us/j/9528993827 (Note: This is the “regular” Lindner meeting, not the Friends & Family meeting. Check out some of the online Friends & Family meetings at SmartRecovery.org)

ONLINE: Cincinnati Church of the Brethren meetings:

IN PERSON: Wednesdays 7:00-8:00pm, Centerville: Seventh Day Adventist Church, 456 W Spring Valley Road, Centerville OH, 45458. MEETING HAS RESTRICTIONS! Meets in the Multipurpose Room. Attendance will be limited to 10 people. Please bring your own masks as they will be required. Social distancing will be observed. If you have any questions please email the facilitator.

ONLINE: Thursday Hamilton County Justice Center, 6-7pm: Meeting url: https://smartrecovery.zoom.us/j/8625971045. This meeting is open to the public. (NOTE: THERE WILL BE A THANKSGIVING DAY MEETING)

ONLINE: Thursday Mercy West, 7-8:30pm: Meeting url: https://smartrecovery.zoom.us/j/806901241 (NOTE: THERE WILL BE A THANKSGIVING DAY MEETING)




SMART Recovery Meetings are open to the public (with the exception of those that state CLOSED). There is never a cost to attend, however a hat is passed at the end of meetings for donations. You do not need to contact the facilitator or register prior to attending; you are welcome to just show up. Visitors are welcome but the focus is on individuals with a problem and their spouses, friends and relatives. It is assumed that everyone in attendance has a desire to learn about SMART.

If you have questions about the meeting or need further information, you may contact the facilitator via the contact information provided in the meeting descriptions above. If you prefer, you may also contact us here.