Recovery International meetings help people who are dealing with anxiety, depression, stress, and anger issues. Meetings use cognitive behavioral tools in a group setting to teach self management and self leadership. Meetings occur every week, last for 90 minutes, are open to everyone, and there is no charge to attend. Recovery International is a peer led organization that was found by the psychiatrist Dr. Abraham Low in 1937. They are over 600 weekly Recovery meetings in the United States and many meetings in Ohio. At the weekly meetings, members learn and practice tools to dealing with the symptoms that interfere with their daily lives. The group format provides hope as the experienced members demonstrate their improvement to the new members. The meeting also provides social contact for those isolated by fear and depression.