Fresh Out the Gates- https://srchope.org/peers-behind-the-walls/
Fridays at 10:00 am-1930 West Colorado Avenue, 80904 (SRC Headquarters)
Fresh Out the Gates, a weekly support group at Springs Recovery Connection, focuses on a community of people who share similar problems adjusting in society and remaining sober after incarceration. The group provides understanding, hope, and overall wellness through meetings and positive conversations and connections.
Fresh Out the Gates aims to create a group of leaders and peers in our community who have experienced drug addiction and incarceration that understand and can use their journey to help others on their path to true freedom.
Working together, we can better understand why we keep making the same mistakes that result in incarceration and hopelessness. We share stories, coping tools, and other prosocial activities that support community connections, overall health and wellness, and long-term recovery.
Call Dominique K. (719-465-2295) for additional information
Tuesdays 6:00–7:00 pm -1930 West Colorado Avenue, 80904 (SRC Headquarters)
Saturdays (Cultural Diversity Focused) at 11:00am-Virtual Meeting, Zoom Meeting ID: 899 9257 5961, Passcode: 109708
All Recovery Support Meetings are non-denominational, non-specific substance addiction and are open to everyone, regardless of the uniqueness of their pattern or patterns of addiction. We function under the philosophy that people from every type of addiction have much in common and can benefit from sharing.
All Recovery Meetings honor all pathways to recovery, acknowledging that each person’s path is unique and reflects their personal strengths. We are offering an opportunity for social support that focuses on the hope found in recovery and to connect with others who are initiating and maintaining a recovery lifestyle. Whether you are seeking or maintaining recovery for yourself or you have a family member or friend who has been influenced by substance abuse, this group is for you.
Positive Peers All Recovery Group
We are a group of people with personal experience in substance use and are affected by HIV. There is absolutely no discrimination in this group; we welcome anyone with substance use disorder and HIV. We are here to help and be helped. We will meet every Wednesday at 7 pm.
In order to keep this a safe group, you will need to contact Scott at 719-407-4876 or email@example.com to notify him of your intent to attend
CRAFT Community Reinforcement and Family Training-https://srchope.org/family-support/
The Community Reinforcement and Family Training approach (CRAFT) is an evidence-based, compassionate, and effective approach for engaging a reluctant loved one into treatment. Springs Recovery Connection’s CRAFT Support Program is for family members and friends concerned about someone close to them who lives with a substance use disorder. Family members learn strategies to take care of themselves while increasing the motivation for positive change in their loved ones.
Springs Recovery Connection provides a CRAFT Family Support Group as a program for family members and friends. A workbook is available to all CRAFT participants and gives specific instruction for the evidence-based CRAFT model following the “Get Your Loved One Sober” book by Dr. Robert Meyers.
**To create continuity in this program series and promote the maximum benefit to mastering the principles and skills presented in CRAFT, we ask that attendees commit to the full 12-week sequence. The group will be closed at week 3 and anyone wanting to sign up after that time will be added to the waitlist for the next group.
GRASP Grief Recovery After Substance Passing-https://srchope.org/grasp-meeting/
Anyone who has lost a loved one through substance use disorder knows that society treats this loss differently than a death from any other cause.
Grief Recovery After Substance Passing (GRASP) was created to offer understanding, compassion, and support for those who have lost someone they love through accidental death due to substance use disorder.
Impact Alumni Group-https://srchope.org/impact-alumni-group/
Mondays at 6:00pm-7:00pm-1930 West Colorado Avenue, 80904 (SRC Headquarters)
The Impact Alumni Group was created to support individuals who are graduates of the Fourth Judicial Specialty/Problem solving courts. All pathways to recovery are embraced in these support groups and are supported by peer coaches with lived experience. Open discussion in a non-judgmental environment allows participants to share their challenges and their goals.
Wednesdays: 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm -1930 West Colorado Avenue, 80904 (SRC Headquarters)
The Wellbriety Movement is the 21st Century effort on the part of Native Americans in Recovery to create the opportunity for individuals, families, communities, and nations to live sober and balanced lives; healthy lives that are balanced emotionally, mentally, physically, and spiritually.
The foundation of the Wellbriety Movement is the Four Laws of Change and the Healing Forest Model. Alcoholism and other addictions are symptoms. The many social issues associated with alcohol and substance abuse are also symptoms. It is important to address the underlying spiritual and cultural issues such as the anger, guilt, shame, and fear that contribute to the onset of addictive behaviors. The Wellbriety Movement fosters a culturally relevant approach to sobriety and wellness that includes a balanced life emotionally, mentally, physically, and spiritually balanced.
Alternative Recovery Programs
212 East Monument Street, Colorado Springs, CO. 80903
Insight Services, PLLC provides mental health and substance abuse services regardless of the ability to pay. Insight Services offers different mental health and wellness services such as therapy for groups, individuals, families, and couples. Substance-related and behavioral addiction treatment services include therapy and education groups, adolescent services, and DUI education. Discounts are offered based on household income and size. A sliding fee schedule calculates the basic discount and is updated annually using the federal poverty guidelines.
a nationwide non-profit that focuses on helping people get active in recovery. It is a free program, with the only requirement being forty-eight hours of sobriety. The activities include indoor/outdoor rock-climbing, yoga, weight-lifting, boxing, and much more. It’s a great way to meet other people in recovery and have fun while doing it. -.
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