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How do I edit my account's preferences for viewing content on the website?

What is my "Display Name"?

How do I change my display name?

How do I create an LDS account? 

 

About the Addiction Recovery Program

What is the Addiction Recovery Program?

What is the Addiction Recovery Program guide?

How can I obtain a program guide?

 

About Group Meetings

What is a recovery meeting?

Is there an ARP group meeting in my area?

There isn’t an ARP group in my area. How can I request one?

What is a group meeting like?

How often do groups meet?

What materials are used in group meetings?

 

Account/Profile Help

How do I edit my account's preferences for viewing content on the website?

What is my "Display Name"?

How do I change my display name?

 

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Account/Profile

How do I edit my account's preferences for viewing content on the website?

On the top, right-hand corner of your browser, click on "Tools" (located on the left of the "Find a Meeting" button). Next, click "Edit My Profile." From here, check and un-check boxes of the preferences you prefer to be attached to your account. Lastly, click "Save My Profile." 

 

What is my "Display Name"?

This is the name you would like to be known as on the website for interactive features. Your display name should not show any type of personal information.

 

How do I change my display name?

Click on "Tools" in the upper right-hand corner. Next, click "Edit My Profile." Enter your desired display name in the text field below "Display Name." Then click "Save My Profile." 

 

How do I create an LDS account?

You can register for an LDS account at https://ldsaccount.lds.org/sign-in/go/login.jsf. Click the "Register for an LDS Account" button, and follow the instructions given to create your account. 

 

About the Addiction Recovery Program

What is the Addiction Recovery Program?

The Addiction Recovery Program is a 12-step program that incorporates gospel principles and aids in recovery and healing. Participants often meet in support groups to share their experiences and lift each other as they work through their personal recovery with the principles taught in the program guide. 

 

What is the Addiction Recovery Program guide?

The Addiction Recovery Program Guide to Recovery and Healing is for individuals struggling with addiction. It is a workbook that outlines the 12 steps of recovery. These steps are gospel principles that help individuals overcome addiction through the Atonement of Jesus Christ. The guide, written by members who have been through the journey of recovery themselves, contains an explanation of principles, practical suggestions for applying those principles, and “understanding” questions relating to each step.

 

How can I obtain a guide?

The individual struggling with addiction's guide is available as an MP3, PDF, or printed copy in more than 20 languages and can help individuals working through recovery as well as leaders counseling with members in recovery.

 

About Group Meetings

What is a recovery meeting?

Recovery group meetings are free and confidential. They assist individuals and families who desire to overcome addictive behavior and find a better life through gospel fellowship. In these meetings, participants learn to draw on the power of God to help them achieve freedom from their addiction and to help them enjoy the blessings of Church participation and temple covenants.

There are recovery meetings for individuals who struggle, as well as support meetings for family or friends of those who struggle. Meetings are focused on either general addiction or on pornography and sexual addiction. Meetings are 60 to 90 minutes long, ongoing, and are held year-round. No referral is necessary. Youth 16 to 18 years of age can come with a parent or guardian. Dress is casual and modest.

 

Is there an ARP group meeting in my area?

Find and search for meetings using the Meeting Locator.

 

There isn’t an ARP group in my area. How can I request one?

If you would like to request a meeting in your area, please contact your Stake President or local LDS Family Services office. You may also request a meeting here

 

What is a group meeting like?

There are recovery meetings for individuals who struggle with addiction, as well as support meetings for their family or friends. Meetings are focused on either general addiction or on pornography and sexual addiction. To view a recorded meeting, click here.

 

How often do groups meet?

Meetings are held every week year round and are 60 to 90 minutes long. No referral is necessary. Youth 16 to 18 years of age can come with a parent or guardian. Dress is casual and modest.

 

What materials are used in group meetings?

Addiction Recovery Program Groups use the Addiction Recovery Program Guide.

 

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