Human connection is important for everyone. People who are recovering from addiction to drugs or alcohol are no different. They need to be able to share their experiences and challenges with people who understand and empathize. Support groups like Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous can fill that role for many people.

The purpose of a support group in Castle Rock is to provide people who have struggles in common with peer support. People who have been where you are can provide insight, understanding, and advice, and you can use your own experiences to provide the same type of support for others. In many ways, it can be as healing to be able to offer support for others as it can be to receive it yourself. People who attend AA or NA meetings in Castle Rock can find the connections and support they need to help themselves restore their health and get their lives back on the proper path.

Some people attend their first AA or NA meeting as part of a substance abuse treatment program in Castle Rock, but there are also many stand-alone locations for meetings throughout the area.

AA Meetings in Castle Rock, Colorado

Alcoholics Anonymous is one of the best-known support groups around, and it is also the oldest of the type of support group known as a twelve-step program. The twelve steps, or Twelve Traditions, are a set of principles devised by the original founders of AA. These steps outline actions that members can take to regain control over their lives and their alcohol use. Some of the steps include admitting powerlessness against alcohol, making amends to people who members have harmed in the past, and continuing to take personal inventory of one’s actions and admit when one was wrong. Members learn more about the twelve steps, how to follow them, and how they help by reading the Alcoholics Anonymous text, commonly known as the Big Book.

Alcoholics Anonymous meetings in Castle Rock also make use of certain slogans that members can use for reflection to help themselves remain on their path to sobriety. For example, “one day at a time” is a slogan used to remind members to live in the present moment, rather than dwelling on the past or worrying about the future.

AA meetings in Castle Rock are often led by experienced members or counselors. Groups of members hold AA meetings frequently to allow members plenty of opportunities to provide each other with support. New members can be sponsored by more experienced members, who help them understand and follow the principles of AA.

Finding AA Meetings Near Me

There are a variety of AA meetings in Castle Rock to consider. A common recommendation for newly sober members is to attend 90 meetings in 90 days. Since not every group meets every day, you may need to visit several different groups in order to follow this recommendation. You will discover that different groups differ in tone depending on who is attending and who is leading them. Trying out different meetings can help you decide which group is right for you.

AA meetings are free to attend and anyone who desires to overcome alcoholism is welcome to become an AA member. 

Some of the AA meetings available in Castle Rock include:

Sobriety First
615 4th St.
Castle Rock, CO 80104

Castle Rock Group
2301 Woodlands Blvd.
Castle Rock, CO. 80104

New Hope Presbyterian Church
3737 New Hope Way
Castle Rock, CO 80109

You can find additional meeting locations on the Alcoholics Anonymous website.

NA Meetings in Castle Rock, Colorado

People who struggle with drug addiction also need support, and NA meetings in Castle Rock offer that support in a way that focuses on the challenges of drug addiction. Narcotics Anonymous is the second-largest twelve-step support group, second to Alcoholics Anonymous. NA meetings in Castle Rock are very similar to AA meetings in a number of ways. They also follow a set of twelve principles that are geared toward the specific needs and challenges of people who suffer from drug addiction.

NA has their own book, called Basic Text, that members can study to better understand the twelve steps of NA and how NA can help people who want to overcome their addictions. In some NA meetings, members will spend time studying the text. Other NA meetings in Castle Rock include guest lecturers or allow members to spend time sharing their individual stories with the group. As is the case in AA, NA members rely on each other for understanding, empathy, and insights into the path that they are following, and they provide the same sort of support for fellow members.

Finding NA Meetings Near Me

NA meetings in Castle Rock are open to anyone who wants to join and who desires to be free from addiction to drugs. There are no religious, political, or monetary requirements to join. There a number of different NA groups in the area from which to choose.

Some of the NA meeting available in and around Castle Rock are:

Clean and Crazy in Castle Rock
3737 New Hope Way
Castle Rock, CO 80109

12 Alarm Recovery
1959 N Hwy 83
Franktown, CO 80116

Southern Serenity
11805 S Pine Dr.
Parker, CO 80134

You can find additional NA meeting locations on the Narcotics Anonymous website.

The Recovery Village believes in the power of peer support. That is why all of our treatment programs include AA, NA, or other 12-step meetings to support our clients. Contact us today to find out about treatment resources in Castle Rock.

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