Facebook launched Thursday an anonymous chat room app called Rooms, the latest creation to emerge from the company's initiative to design more apps connecting people in different ways.The free app, now available in the App Store, allows users to create chat rooms for shared interests, from makeup mastery to city gardens, according to the app's website.To protect your anonymity DO NOT log in via Facebook or Google, even if the site suggests this, just use your first name and first letter of your last name, e.g., “June S.” SLAA Trailblazers meetings are held each Saturday and last for 1 hour and 15 minutes, from until UK Time , which in the US is typically 11.00 PACIFIC TIME and 14.00 EASTERN TIME, except for a few weeks each year, as Europe and US changes to and from daylight saving time on different dates.To determine the current time, please go to: compare your local time to 8pm UK Time.We use e-mail, phone calls and [email protected] meetings to support each other, we encourage you to share your contact details only with members who are safe contacts for you.The meetings for 12 step groups originally took place (and still do) in physical buildings like churches, hospitals, schools, mission houses or any place that freely allow such meetings.Anyone may join us, regardless of age, race, sexual identity, creed, religion, or lack of religion.
Using the websites listed above, we have compiled an online meeting calendar that list the meetings on the websites, grouped by day of week and time of day.
A recent flight of transgender users from Facebook to alternative networks like Ello drew headlines several weeks ago.
Rooms joins a host of other secondary apps recently created by Facebook, including Mentions, a Facebook for celebrities and other public figures released in July; Slingshot, a Snapchat-like service released in June; and Paper, a Facebook app simplified for a mobile device released in February.
This is a program of complete abstinence from all drugs.
There is only one requirement for membership, the desire to stop using.