We host a multitude of programs serving those in recovery

12-step recovery programs are available here to address a variety of behavioral struggles and they are united in their 12-step treatment approach. Common programs with groups meeting here include: Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, Cocaine Anonymous, Crystal Meth Anonymous, Marijuana Anonymous, Co-Dependents Anonymous, Sex Addicts Anonymous, along with the family support groups like Nar-Anon and Alanon Family & Friends.

“The roads to recovery are many, and the resolution of alcoholism by any method should be a cause for celebration by AA members.” — Bill Wilson

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)

AA is a community of people dedicated to supporting one another in their efforts to recover from alcoholism. Our priority is sobriety and encouraging other alcoholics to remain sober. The only requirement to be part of AA is a desire to stop drinking.

Secular Alcoholics Anonymous 

Secular AA offers individuals recovering from alcohol addiction the same support as traditional AA in a secular setting. Secular AA follows a God-free, adapted version of the Twelve Steps, and honors the spiritual journey of every individual, their unique personal beliefs, and any spiritual questions they may have.

Narcotics Anonymous (NA)

Narcotics Anonymous is a support group for people with a desire to recover from major drug use. The program is open to anyone who wants to recover from substance abuse and dependence. This group uses the Twelve Step program and recognizes a higher power not specific to one religion. Attendance is confidential.

Cocaine Anonymous (CA)

Cocaine Anonymous is a twelve-step program formed for people who seek recovery from drug addiction. While many CA members have been addicted to cocaine, crack, speed or similar substances, CA accepts all who desire freedom from "cocaine and all other mind-altering substances" as members.

Crystal Meth Anonymous (CMA)

The members of the fellowship of Crystal Meth Anonymous (CMA) work a twelve-step program of recovery with recovering crystal meth addicts. Participants in local groups meet in order to help others recover from methamphetamine addiction. CMA advocates complete abstinence from methamphetamine, alcohol, inhalants, and all other psychoactive drugs not taken as prescribed.

Marijuana Anonymous (MA)

Marijuana Anonymous is a fellowship of individuals using shared experience to encourage each other to recover from marijuana addiction. The only requirement is a desire to stop using marijuana. this group is based on the Twelve Step recovery program.

Co-Dependents Anonymous (CoDA)

Co-Dependents Anonymous is a twelve-step program for people who share a common desire to develop functional and healthy relationships.

Sex Addicts Anonymous (SAA)

Sex Addicts Anonymous is a fellowship of people who share their experience, strength and hope with each other in order to find freedom from addictive sexual behaviours and to help others recover from sex addiction.

Trauma Anonymous (TA)

Trauma Anonymous is an organization of men and women who share their experience strength and hope to help others overcome their past traumas. We reach out to those who are still struggling and need the help to break from the bondage of their past. You are not your past and there is a way out.

Adult Children of Alcoholics: On Hold

ACOA is a recovery program for adult children raised by alcoholics or other dysfunctional family members. Based on the AA model, ACOC employs a modified version of the Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions to empower ACOA participants.


Al-Anon is a support group for people whose lives have been impacted by someone else’s drinking. Family members and friends of alcoholics discover ways to bring positive change to their personal situations, regardless of whether the alcoholic admits to their drinking problem or seeks help.

Nar-Anon: On Hold

Nar-Anon, known officially as "Nar-Anon Family Groups", is a twelve-step program for friends and family members of those who are affected by someone else's addiction. Nar-Anon is analogous to Al-Anon with respect to Alcoholics Anonymous. Nar-Anon is complementary to but separate from Narcotics Anonymous.

Overeaters Anonymous (OA)

Overeaters Anonymous is a community of people who support each other in order to recover from compulsive eating and food behaviors. We welcome everyone who feels they have a problem with food.

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