A remote community is generally defined as anything that makes attending regular, face to face meetings on a consistent basis challenging.
A member may be faced with travel or geographic challenges. He or she may face barriers such as language, cultural considerations or anything else that could separate a person in need from attending or accessing AA.
Examples include the elderly population, language barriers, Native Communities and Islanders, military LGBTQ+, homebound, Loners, & Internationalists, transient and homeless populations and more.
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