How to become a part of KW Clarity?
What are the next steps after becoming a member?
Once you become a member, you will receive an onboarding email from us, email@example.com. The email will give details for KW Clarity's onboarding process. KW Clarity provides all new agents with a 30-60-90 document. The 30-60-90 document is a great tool to reference during onboarding.
I’m not personally sober, but my husband is battling an addiction. Can I join this community?
Absolutely! This community is for anyone who is either going through this recovery process themselves or has a loved one who’s going through it.
If I’m considering getting sober, can I join this group?
Absolutely! This group is made up of so many different people at different stages of recovery, so we encourage you to join to see what it’s like on the other side of recovery.
Is there a membership fee?
No fee. KW Clarity is a no-cost, not-for-profit community.
I am sober, but I choose to remain anonymous. Can I join while still protecting my anonymity?
Yes. KW Clarity is a confidential community. One of our core values is “Respect anyone’s right to anonymity” because we understand that some people choose to remain anonymous in their recovery, and we take that very seriously.
Do I need to be in a recovery program (i.e. AA) to join?
Definitely not! While a handful of our members are in recovery programs, everyone has their own unique path to recovery. We are not affiliated with any recovery program, nor are we authorized to act as such.
If I know of someone who is struggling with an addiction, how can I help?
While we are not authorized to offer treatment or care like a rehab facility or AA/NA/Al Anon program, we can certainly connect you with qualified resources/treatment options to help that individual. If you think someone is struggling, contact our national leadership team at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact our community’s Operation Coordinator, email@example.com.