Mondays at 8:00 PM–9:00 PM EST
Moderator/Facilitator: Kenny Pomerance

About the Meeting: “Illness in Recovery”

“Illness in Recovery” is a meeting dedicated to ITR members supporting one another within their recovery community. Many members deal with chronic diseases which don’t come up in online 12 Step meetings. No one wants to burden friends and family, but feelings about illness are still important enough to share … especially with people who are going through similar issues. This meeting won’t be a gripe session or a medical show. Instead, moderator Kenny Pomerance hopes to make it into a place where members help one another find solutions and acceptance.

About the Facilitator: Kenny Pomerance

Kenny Pomerance, a co-founder of In The Rooms, has dedicated his time to sharing this online recovery platform with the world since its inception. Kenny has over 40 years of entrepreneurial experience, and he worked on a variety of startups before creating ITR with Ron Tannebaum, his business partner. He has been in long-term recovery for over 37 years, recovering alongside his wife, Jamie, who has been in recovery for over 34 years. Kenny has only recently begun sharing his struggles with kidney disease. Because of his own testimony, Kenny invites anyone dealing with illness to join him in his “Illness in Recovery” meetings.

Join us on Mondays at 8 PM EST!


Miranda is the Product Manager for In The Rooms. Since the beginning of 2019, she has helped In The Rooms advance its technology, branding and user experience. Miranda received her masters degree in Marketing Psychology from Regent's University London. She currently resides in North Carolina, where she spends most of her time cuddling her pit bull puppy.

1 Comment

  1. Dear Ken.
    Thank you for sharing your story, I also want to wish you good luck with the new 12 step Program, I am so lucky that I stayed healthy and will celebrate 41 years of sobriety coming April the 11th.
    I am now 83 years old and volunteer twice a week at the Miramar Police Department as a COP, but still miss Joe’s

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