Hope Church offers a safe place to get support for those struggling with a drug or alcohol addiction, as well as their families. Alcoholism and drug addiction affect the entire family, and a support group can help. Addiction support groups are often integral to the recovery process. Surrounding yourself with people facing the same struggles provides much-needed support for a lasting recovery. There are a number of groups who meet weekly at Hope Church.
– And other dysfunctional families (Sponsored by ACA)
Sundays, 8:00 pm Room 225 (Beginning November 4, 2018)
For those raised in an alcoholic or otherwise dysfunctional home includes adults from families where alcohol or drugs were not present; however; abuse, neglect, or unhealthy behavior was. More info: www.adultchildren.org.
Uses Twelve Steps, shared experience, strength and hope to help solve common problems and help each other recover from alcoholism.
Discussion: Sundays, 8:00 pm • Room 230
Discussion: Tuesdays, Noon • Room 221
Discussion, BOAF: Tuesdays, Noon • Room 223
Discussion: Thursdays, Noon • Room 221
Gives comfort to families of alcoholics, and gives understanding and encouragement to the alcoholic. Al-Anon believes alcoholism is a family illness and that changed attitudes can aid recovery.
Discussion: Sundays, 8:00 PM • Room 227
Children and young people (ages 11-18) whose lives have been affected by alcoholism.
Discussion: Sundays, 8:00 PM • Room 223
For those whom drugs have become a major problem. Recovering addicts meet regularly to help each other stay clean. The only requirement is a desire to stop using.
Discussion: Sunday, 6:30 PM • Room 230
Discussion: Tuesday, Noon • Room 227
Discussion: Tuesday, 8:00 PM • Room 227
Discussion: Thursday, Noon • Room 227
Discussion: Thursday, 8:00 PM • Room 227
Designed to help relatives and friends of addicts recover from the effects of living with an addicted relative or friend.
Discussion: Sundays, 6:30 PM • Room 227 (Click here for other meetings in the area).