For many in addiction recovery, support groups provide the foundation that facilitates their long-term recovery. Two of the longest-running support groups are Narcotics Anonymous (NA) and Alcoholics Anonymous (AA). A group leader or licensed counselor leads meetings in which those who struggle with alcoholism or drug addiction share their problems and celebrations to help one another during their journey to recovery.

Due to the efficacy of such programs, many alcohol and drug treatment facilities near Englewood, including The Recovery Village®, incorporate NA and AA meetings as part of the treatment programs. You can also find stand-alone programs throughout the city.

AA Meetings in Englewood, Colorado

Alcoholics Anonymous welcomes anyone with a current or past struggle with alcohol addiction. The only requirement for joining one of the AA meetings in Englewood is a willingness to make the changes necessary to live a life free of alcohol.

During Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, group members have a chance to share their struggles with addiction, including the problems they face and the ways in which they are trying to make amends and heal the relationships in their life. Although there is a spiritual component to the program, there is no central religion or belief system at the core.

Englewood AA meetings provide space to share struggles and also to learn from those who have encountered similar problems during their own journey to sobriety. The peer support at AA meetings may also help encourage members to find more intensive treatment through professional counseling or a rehabilitation center. Those just finishing a treatment program find that they are able to build upon their new coping skills to help support a long-lasting recovery by attending AA meetings in Englewood.

Finding AA Meeting Near Me

Englewood AA meetings may be similar in nature, but they also differ depending on the location, demographics of group members, leadership, and other factors. It is important to find a meeting that fulfills your need. Although you will find that you are welcome at all AA meetings in Englewood, you may find that you prefer the support you find at particular meetings due to the makeup of the group.

Some questions to consider when assessing the options for AA meetings in Englewood include:

  • How is the meeting structured?
  • Who leads the group?
  • Is the meeting targeted to a certain demographic (i.e. men, women, newly sober, long-term recovery addicts, etc.)
  • What is the location and time of the meeting?
  • Can you smoke during meetings?
  • How large is the average meeting?

You may find that you have to visit a few of the Englewood AA meetings before you find the ones that best suit you. To find available meetings, search online for “AA meetings near me,” or go to the Alcoholics Anonymous website.

Here are a few examples of AA meetings in Englewood:

The Dragon’s Den
3600 S. Clarkson St.
Englewood, CO 80113

Day By Day
1008 E. Hampden Ave.
Englewood, CO 80113

Spirit of Hope
3885 S. Broadway St.
Englewood, CO 80113

NA Meetings in Englewood, Colorado

Narcotics Anonymous is the second largest 12-step program. It was started in 1953 to provide a support system for those struggling with addiction to drugs. Anyone is welcome to become a part of NA, as long as he or she has a desire to stop using drugs. NA meetings in Englewood take place in many different locations, often in public areas such as libraries, churches, and community centers.

NA expands on the general principals of AA but makes it more relevant to those with an addiction to drugs rather than alcohol. During NA meetings in Englewood, you have the opportunity to discuss the trials of drug abuse and the journey to recovery.

Although Englewood NA meetings provide invaluable support for those in any stage of recovery, those freshly out of a treatment program find the most benefit from practicing their newfound coping skills with those who have experienced similar programs in the past. During Narcotics Anonymous meetings, you have a chance to talk about your struggles with those who best understand what you are going through.

It is easy to find NA meetings. They are free and open to the public with the only requirement being that you are open and honest with a desire to change.

Finding NA Meetings Near Me

It may seem overwhelming at first to find NA meetings in Englewood because of your many options. You may need to attend a few different ones before you find the one that best suits you. Each one will have its own atmosphere and feel to it, based on the leadership and group members, as well as other factors.

Some options for Englewood NA meetings include:

First Presbyterian Church
3500 South Logan St.
Englewood, CO 80113

Porter Hospital Mental Health Facility
2465 South Downing St.
Denver, CO 80210

New Beginnings Recovery Center
191 East Orchard Rd. #191-B
Littleton, CO 80121

You can search online or look at the Narcotics Anonymous website to find more meetings.

Peer support is an essential part of a life-long recovery, and for many, peer support is found through NA and AA. That is why The Recovery Village® incorporates peer support meetings at every level of care we offer. Contact us to learn more.

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