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You will need to reach out to a local Celebrate Recovery to get connected to a group. Go to celebraterecovery.com and click on CR Groups>Find a Group to search for a CR near you. You can also reach out to the state rep in your area to help you find a local CR that is doing Crisis Response groups. To find a state rep on the CR website click on CR Groups>Find your state rep. 

on Monday March 30
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Yes. Just download the Zoom Cloud Meetings app, and remember that all the guidelines will still apply, including the headphone/earbud requirement.

 

on Monday March 30
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Generally speaking, yes they are allowed to attend. However, what that looks like is different for every CR, as each ministry determines their own policies and procedures (see DNA point #6 here: https://www.celebraterecovery.com/resources/cr-tools/dna). Most require knowledge of the offense (just for the Ministry Leader) and have some type of system of accountability in place, for your protection as well as others. Please reach out to your local CR for specifics on their policies and procedures in this area. 

on Thursday July 09
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If you are joining a CRCR Open Share group, you don't need anything to join! If you will be joining a new CRCR Step Study group, the participants guides are all you absolutely need. You will receive further information and instruction from your leaders. 

on Sunday July 12
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First check in with your church leadership to make sure you have approval from them. Then contact your local State Representative to help guide you through the process of starting CR at your church. Go to celebraterecovery.com>CR Groups>Find your State Rep (https://crgroups.info/) to search for your local State Rep.

on Monday July 13
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The Testimony Writing Outline is found in the Advance Leader Training Guide (ALT). If you are affiliated with a local CR ministry, please reach out to them to find out if they have it and/or will be teaching a workshop, which includes the handout. 

on Tuesday July 14
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Yes, as long as they both are seen in the video, and they both have headphones/earphones in. This can be accomplished with a Y splitter, or possibly with bluetooth (I am not sure of this so you would need to check), or if using one set of earphones, each person could use one earpiece each. They cannot do this if they will not have headphones/earphones in.

on Monday March 30
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We are so happy to help in any way we can!

on Tuesday March 31
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There are no Large Group Meetings online in any format. However, local CRs are using platforms such as Facebook live, Zoom, etc. to broadcast worship music sets, testimonies, devos, and recovery topic discussions, as well as offering temporary Crisis Response Open Share groups on zoom. Contact your local CR to find out what they are offering at this time. 

on Tuesday March 31
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Celebrate Recover does not decide on local policy or procedures, which includes leadership qualifications and expectations (see point #6 of the CR DNA at https://www.celebraterecovery.com/resources/cr-tools/dna). Please contact the Training Coach or Ministry Leader at your CR to discuss their local policy and procedures for leadership and to discuss this possibility.

on Saturday July 18
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Yes. Go to celebraterecovery.com, click on the CRCR image link to get to the CRCR webpage, then click on "Download CRCR Guidelines."

on Tuesday March 31
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You would need to contact your church's CR contact to find out if and when they are offering temporary zoom Crisis Response Open Share groups. If you are having difficulty contacting them, contact your local state rep for help. You can find your state rep by going to celebraterecovery.com and clicking on CR Groups>Find a Group.

on Wednesday April 01
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If you do want to have a time for music, I would suggest setting aside time before the actual group time to do so and letting the participants know ahead of time as it will add time to the amount of time you will meet. If your CR will be using breakout rooms, you could have time for music before the host assigns everyone to their breakout rooms. If each leader will host groups from their own account, just state the time you will have music beforehand, and what time the open share time will begin.

on Wednesday April 01
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Yes, CR meetings are open to the public (with the exception of Step Studies that close after a certain period of time, these are organized through the local CR ministries). I would suggest contacting them ahead of time though, first to make sure they are still up and running, and second to see if they are actually meeting in person and/or having CRCR (Celebrate Recovery Crisis Response) groups at this time due to possible COVID-19 restrictions.

on Monday July 20
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Contact a local CR to find out if they are holding temporary CRCR Open Share groups. To find a group in your area go to celebraterecovery.com and click on CR Groups>Find a Group. If you do not have any luck there, contact your area state rep. To find your state rep go to celebraterecovery.com and click on CR Groups>Find your state rep.

on Thursday April 02
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We do not have lists of groups that are offering live online worship and encouragement, or temporary online CRCR Open Share Groups. You will have to contact your local CRs to find out what they are offering. You can also contact your area State Rep to find out. Go to celebraterecovery.com and click on CR Groups>Find your state rep for contact information. 

on Thursday April 02
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Great question! You can absolutely have one-on-one conversations in any way you choose, including through zoom, as long as you do not run it as a CRCR Open Share group. These are what needs to be overseen and scheduled through the local Ministry Leader or CR Leader. Meeting one-on-one would just be you and another person connecting, talking, and supporting each other. This of course can include giving guidance and suggestions (as each gives permission, no fixing, which is giving unsolicited advice). This would be no different than connecting with a sponsee via phone, with the exception of being on video and people being able to overhear both sides of the conversation. For this reason, I would still suggest the use of earphones and being alone for the purpose of protecting anonymity and confidentiality. 

on Friday April 03
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Yes, they would still be within the DNA and be endorsed by the National Team. However, since we are not giving guidance, resources, and training for any other platform in the context of using them for CRCR groups, you run a higher risk of violating anonymity, confidentiality, and security. So, the Ministry Leader will have the sole burden of researching, investigating and educating themselves and their leaders and participants on the platform. We, as a National Team, are not responsible for violations at any local CR at any given time, and that is no different right now. However, we always want to give you the best possible information, resources, and training we can to help you decrease your risks. 

on Friday April 03
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