Recovery Coaching & Support Groups

In this section you’ll find a list of recovery coaches and support groups throughout Colorado.  Reach out for help if you’re struggling and starting to feel like you’re in crisis.

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Abundance Foundation Inc.

Getting outside and connecting in community is what this is all about. Abundance Foundation is aimed at getting people living together in a healthy sober environment and also having fun together as much as possible. Hiking, Biking, Workouts (Phoenix Multisport), Paddle boarding, Ski/Snowboard, Camping, BBQ’s, Softball Leagues, Volleyball Leagues and much more! Sign up to get connected to a peer recovery coach.

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Advocates for Recovery Colorado

Statewide

Advocates for Recovery Colorado is a grassroots peer-run organization to help people recover from a substance use disorder. They host All Recovery meetings in the Denver metro area. These meetings are not a 12-step model. They welcome all pathways, cross talk is encouraged, and they're there for solutions--not war stories. You can call them to find an All Recovery meeting as well as support groups throughout the state. Check out their Facebook page for information on meetings, as well!

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Al Anon & Alateen

Statewide

Al Anon and Alateen meetings provide support for parents and friends of people with substance use disorders at no cost. Al Anon is for adults; Alateen is specifically for young people affected by someone else’s drinking.

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Alcoholics Anonymous

Statewide

Boulder, Denver, Colorado Springs, Fort Collins, Grand Junction, Pueblo

Denver Area Central Committee of Alcohol Anonymous provides a statewide list of AA office and phone numbers. Click on the website. Locations include Boulder, Denver, Colorado Springs, Fort Collins, Grand Junction, and Pueblo.

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Celebrate Recovery

Statewide

Celebrate Recovery is a faith-based "Christ-centered" recovery program. Celebrate Recovery meetings are held throughout Colorado. Click on their website, then click on CR Groups.

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Cocaine Anonymous of Colorado

Statewide

Cocaine Anonymous Colorado is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from their addiction.The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop using cocaine and all other mind-altering substances. There are no dues or fees for membership. Click on the website, then click on Find a Meeting.

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Crystal Meth Anonymous

Statewide

Crystal Meth Anonymous is a spport organization for people who want to stop using meth. Meetings are held throughout Colorado under different titles such Voices of Recovery, Life After Crystal, etc. Click on their website, then click on CMA Meetings.

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Discovery Café (Basalt)

1450 E. Valley Rd, Basalt CO 81621

Northwest

Basalt

Discovery Café is an organization that offers peer to peer support and access to needed services to those who are experiencing barriers stemming from addiction, homelessness or justice involvement. Helping to create a safe place so that members have a healthy form of community, assisting them in building their lives back together. They network with local resources to help their members get connected with whatever they may need, paying close attention to each individual and creating member led solutions. What makes Discovery Café unique is that their approach comes from a place of understanding, love and lived experience. The founder, Gabriel Cohen, is a man in recovery who has overcome the many barriers faced after incarceration, homelessness and addiction. He strives to give back to his community by sharing his experience and epitomizing a healthy life in recovery. The Basalt location is housed within the Midvalley Family Practice in suite 102.

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Discovery Café (Rifle)

3695 Airport Rd, Rifle CO 81650

Northwest

Rifle

Discovery Café is an organization that offers peer to peer support and access to needed services to those who are experiencing barriers stemming from addiction, homelessness or justice involvement. Helping to create a safe place so that members have a healthy form of community, assisting them in building their lives back together. They network with local resources to help their members get connected with whatever they may need, paying close attention to each individual and creating member led solutions. What makes Discovery Café unique is that their approach comes from a place of understanding, love and lived experience. The founder, Gabriel Cohen, is a man in recovery who has overcome the many barriers faced after incarceration, homelessness and addiction. He strives to give back to his community by sharing his experience and epitomizing a healthy life in recovery. The Rifle location is housed within the Colorado Mountain College in room 121

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Elevate Peer Support Services

Denver metro

Elevate provides peer support services include but are not limited to: recovery-related activities, pro-social activities, and recreational therapy; peer and alumni groups; family support; and support for clients. Services also focus on role modeling appropriate behavior, exposing clients to pro-social activities, developing recreational interests, and helping to create and maintain healthy relationships with others in their community. For more information, call Robby Mitchell at the number below or email Robby@Elevaterecoveryhomes.com.

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FindRecovery.com

AA, NA, and Al-Anon Meeting information Statewide

Statewide

FindRecovery.com is a national website that helps you find a nearby meeting for Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, and Al-Anon. Click on the website link, then scroll down to the list you want: AA, NA, or Al-Anon. Then click on Colorado and there's a list of cities in Colorado in alphabetical order. You can also call the number below for information on meetings and times.

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In The Rooms: A Global Recovery Community

Statewide

all locations are virtual

In The Rooms is a free online recovery tool that offers 130 weekly online meetings for those recovering from addiction and related issues. They embrace multiple pathways to recovery, including all 12 Step, Non-12 Step, Wellness and Mental Health modalities. Click on the website link to learn more about the app you can download and find a meeting.

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LifeRing Secular Recovery

Statewide

locations vary, meetings currently conducted online

LifeRing Secular Recovery provides sobriety support that is not faith-based and embraces what works for each individual. Meetings are conducted online at this time. Click on the website link to their map of meetings. Colorado has several contacts you can reach out to for meeting information.

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Marijuana Anonymous (Colorado)

Statewide

Colorado Marijuana Anonymous provides support for people who are recovering from a marijuana substance use disorder. There are no dues or fees, and the organization is not affiliated with a church or other organization. Click on their website, then click on Meetings for their statewide list of meetings.

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Mile High Behavioral Healthcare

Denver Metro

Denver

Mile High Behavioral Healthcare brings a caring, seamless continuum of behavioral healthcare to the most vulnerable in the community—offering affordable care and housing services with focused programs to address life challenges. They offer behavioral healthcare and programs at the home office of their agency, located in Denver’s Globeville neighborhood. They have a facility in Sheridan where they offer integrated care and programs for transgender and gender-expansive individuals. Shelter services and programs are in Aurora, close to the Fitzsimons Medical Complex. MHBHC offers a variety of services that include behavioral health, a housing support team, LGBTQ+ care, recovery support, M.A.T. services and even childcare. Visit their website to get more details on locations.

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Mindfulness in Recovery

Statewide

Mindfulness in Recovery is an inclusive recovery support community, open to anyone with a desire for recovery. They do not promote any particular faith or belief system. Click on the website link to learn more. Programs are offered online.

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Narcotics Anonymous (Colorado)

Statewide

Colorado Narcotics Anonymous says if you’re new to NA and wondering where to start, you should attend a meeting as soon as possible. There you’ll be able to ask questions and explore your relationship with drugs, and decide for yourself if you need to seek an active program of recovery from drug addiction. Click on the website, then click on Find a Meeting Near You. Scroll down to the bottom of the home page for a list of phone numbers you can call under Talk to an Addict.

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NAS Recovery Solutions

Denver Metro

NAS Recovery Solutions was founded by Cameron Lundstrom PSS, CPT. Cameron is a Certified Peer Support Specialist both in the Colorado competencies and nationally thru SAMHSA as well as a Certified Personal Trainer with the International Sport Science Association. He is a 7 Habits Graduate and Core Group Member and a Gulf War Veteran. He is also a convicted felon and recovering addict having spent 18 years in the criminal justice System. Now with 10 years clean and sober, he is sharing his experience and guidance with those still struggling on their path. Cameron also works as a Parent Advocate with the Colorado Office of Respondent Parents' Counsel helping parents with substance use issues reunify with their children. Call or preferably text Cameron to learn more. NAS Recovery Solutions was formerly known as A Nap and a Sandwich.

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P2P Recovery Resources

1245 E Colfax Ave Suite 203, Denver, CO 80218

Denver metro

Denver

P2P Recovery Resources provides peer support services for those seeking assurance, honesty and encouragement while navigating the process of recovery. Their peer coaches share a unique understanding of recovery employing their own experiences. It’s the relatability, the experiential knowledge, the achievement know-how that resonates with clients. Coaches won’t come with a preconceived agenda, ready to impose their way. That is not peer support. You are a peer to their peers. A peer knows every individual has a unique set of goals that can range from mastering daily living skills, finding housing, navigating bus routes, overcoming anxiety about re-socialization and finding outlets for spiritual connections.

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ParadigmONE

16736 E Illif Ave. Aurora, CO 80013

Recovery Community Center

Denver Metro

Aurora

ParadigmONE is a one of a kind non-profit Recovery Community Center. They have a fully equipped gym with boxing ring, weights and more and professional martial arts and fitness trainers on staff. They also have an art program that includes a variety of art forms such as graffiti art and painting, a spiritual program where people can gather to grow in their faith, and a large community area that can be used for cool events and sober parties or meetings. They offer training in boxing, fitness, weight lifting, art, as well as provide recovery coaching, sober gatherings and events, life skills training, community reentry services, job placement, spiritual mentoring, mental health support, and more! Their vision (or paradigm) is that we are all ONE and that people who are looking for a new way of life can come and have fun, workout, spar, do art and express themselves in a positive way in order to unite, make new friends, build new habits, improve their health and wellness, live a self-directed life, and strive to reach their full potential. ParadigmONE was founded and is run by a group of individuals that are currently heavily immersed in the Colorado recovery movement and are looking to expand proven strategies. ParadigmONE is located behind Midas Carwash, next door to the Buckeye AA Club. You can locate their calendar of events on their website.

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Route2Recovery Sober Living & Services

Denver metro

Lakewood

Route2Recovery provides sober living homes for men in Lakewood, as well as recovery coaching for individuals and families. Route2Recovery is CARR certified and provides support through "all pathways" to recovery. Click on the website to learn more. A shared room in a home is $850 a month with a one-time administrative fee of $200. Call the number below to apply. The sober living homes cannot accept someone with a sex offense conviction.

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SMART Recovery

Statewide

Looking for an online support group? Self-Management And Recovery Training (SMART) is a global community of mutual-support groups. At meetings, participants help one another resolve problems with any addiction (to drugs or alcohol or to activities such as gambling or over-eating). Click on the website link for resources and to find a meeting.

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Start Your Recovery

StartYourRecovery.org is a website that brings information about substance misuse treatment from nonprofit, academic, and government institutions. Ciick on the website link to learn more, hear stories from people who have struggled with substance misuse, and more.

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The Don’t Look Back Center

14211 E 4th Avenue, Aurora CO 80011

Denver Metro

Aurora

The Don't Look Back Center provides a number of different programs for disadvantaged women & transwomen including therapy for addiction and trauma, care management for client wellness and autonomy, a transgender outreach program T.O.P. specifically for transwomen, CCAR certified recovery coaches, acu-detox treatments, and DUI education and therapy. Women & transwomen who've been in the justice system as well as self referals are very welcome. The Don't Look Back Center also provides House of Rahab, a shared living program where women and transwomen may find a safe haven together. The house provides life skills, cooking, HIV education / prevention, art therapy, naloxone classes, and a 12 step program. It costs $700 per month with a $50 administrative fee. Call to find out more about any of their services. The Center is located in Building 3, Suite 305.

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The Phoenix

2239 Champa Street Denver, CO 80205

Various Events at Multiple Locations

Statewide

Denver

The Phoenix is a sober active community for people recovering from a substance use disorder and those choosing to live a sober lifestyle. The only requirement for membership is 48 hours of continuous sobriety. After that all the events are free. They ask that all members follow the community standards and treat each other with respect and understanding. The events offered include climbing, hiking, running, strength training, yoga, mountain and road biking, and other social activities. All the equipment and instruction are provided. They have locations in Denver (which we link to using google maps) Colorado Springs, and partner with several gyms throughout Colorado. The Phoenix is also nationwide, with chapters in many states across the country. They offer in person local events, virtual live streaming events, as well as on-demand recorded workouts. Click on the website to learn more.

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Tribe Recovery Homes

1178 Mariposa Street, Denver CO 80204

Denver Metro

Aurora, Commerce City, Denver, Montbello, Thornton

Tribe Recovery Homes is a nonprofit organization that provides several sober living homes for men and women in the Denver metro area. They provide a structured environment that helps you get back on your feet in a furnished and comfortable home. Properties are managed by professional staff with lived experience who take care of daily activities and protocols for all residents. Click on Sober Living Homes on the website's home page for a description and location of each house. You can apply online through their website; click on the red Apply Here button. You can also call the number listed for more information. If you wish to make a donation or volunteer, please email hello@triberecoveryhomes.com.

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Young People in Recovery (YPR)

Statewide

Young People in Recovery is a national organization that supports young people in recovery from a substance use disorder. They have chapters in Adams, Arapahoe, Canon City, Denver, and Durango. Click on their website, then click on Chapters and Find a Chapter.

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