Anonymity and Confidentiality

Guard other’s safety by not repeating what is heard in a meeting or other confidential settings.

Value yourself and others by practicing “principles before personalities.”

By using first names only, we guarantee that everyone will feel safe to share, and we place everyone on an equal footing. The feeling of safety helps us to share truthfully in meetings, with out the fear of reprisals.

Living respectfully of others is an important thread in the fabric of recovery.

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