Dealing with an addiction can be isolating and lonely. However, support groups are wellsprings providing members with hope and encouragement to shed the addiction and lead a clean life. Groups like Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) are available in Steamboat Springs, Colorado for those struggling with drug or alcohol addiction. You will be surrounded by those on the same journey to sobriety, and in a nonjudgmental setting facilitated by a licensed leader or counselor, you can find the guidance and support to find and continue sobriety.

There are many meetings in both alcohol and drug rehab programs in Steamboat Springs and standalone options throughout the area. Anyone seeking release from alcohol or narcotics addiction and wanting to live a sober life can find an NA or AA meeting in the area. The key is finding the right one.

AA Meetings in Steamboat Springs, Colorado

The fellowship of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) welcomes anyone. The only requirement is the desire to stop drinking. These meetings are spiritual in nature but do not have a religious or political agenda. With members with all different backgrounds and back stories, everyone can provide support and encouragement, and everyone can receive it. The 12-step program is the foundation, and this provides tools to let the obsession to drink go while empowering members to lead fulfilling, sober lives. Steamboat Springs AA meetings are widely available throughout the area.

These safe, nonjudgmental spaces allow members to speak freely about their addictions. Members can relate experiences, fears, and struggles surrounded by understanding and compassionate peers. Everyone is there to support everyone else. Regardless of the place of recovery, each person there has something to offer and something to gain from these meetings. AA meetings in Steamboat Springs provide a network of support. Perhaps this is enough for someone, or else it can encourage someone to seek further treatment. One key to success is to find a meeting where you are comfortable.

Finding AA Meeting Near Me

Because the vibe and the tone of the meetings will vary depending on the members, the location, and even the time of day, it is critical to find one where you feel comfortable. Meetings are held throughout the week and the day at homes, churches, libraries, synagogues, and other community centers, and they are always free. Sometimes it takes trying a meeting a few times or trying a few different meetings to find the one for you.

Some people like to find out some information before attending a meeting. If this is you, you can ask questions like:

  • How many people usually attend and where are they in their recovery process?
  • Where and when is the meeting held?
  • Who leads it and what are his/her credentials?
  • What is the format?
  • Is smoking allowed?

The best thing to do is start by just giving a meeting a try. You can check on the Alcoholics Anonymous website to find AA meetings in Steamboat Springs and the surrounding area.

Here are a few meetings in the area:

AA Meetings in Steamboat Springs

Hair on Earth
437 Oak St.
Steamboat Springs, CO 80487

Emerald Mountain School Cafeteria
818 Oak St.
Steamboat Springs, CO 80487

Concordia Lutheran Church (for women)
755 Concordia Ln.
Steamboat Springs, CO 80487

NA Meetings in Steamboat Springs

437 Club
437 Oak St.
Steamboat Springs, CO 80487

Eagle United Methodist Church
333 2nd St.
Eagle, CO 81631

Vail Bible Church
39209 US Hwy. 6
Avon, CO 81620

At The Recovery Village, peer support groups like NA and AA are essential to recovery and continuing with a clean, sober life. No matter your place in recovery, a meeting can help. You can find camaraderie, support, and friendships here. An AA or NA meeting can help you shed your addiction and live a sober, fulfilling life. To learn more about our treatment programs or other options for addiction, please reach out to us at The Recovery Village. We know addiction can be lonely, but we are here to help.

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