AA, NA, and Al-Anon Meetings in Aurora, CO

More Colorado residents died from drug overdoses than any other year in history. The 12 step meetings in Aurora are valuable resources that may be able to help.

According to an article recently published in The Denver Post, Colorado’s drug problem has never been worse.

In cities like Denver, Aurora and others, opioids, crystal meth, and cocaine are running rampant. Just last year, nearly 1,000 local residents died from overdosing on these drugs.

And unfortunately, the problem only appears to be growing.

“Yes, it’s getting worse, and it continues to grow,” says Robert Valuck, who directs the Colorado Consortium for Prescription Drug Prevention, a local addiction response initiative. “It’s a long problem. I’m of the mind that it’s going to be anywhere from 5 to 10 years until we see this thing turn.”

While the drug crisis may worsen over time, Denver Women’s Recovery wants to do our part to help addicts get clean.

That’s why we’ve outlined this guide to AA and NA meetings in Aurora. If you live in the Greater Denver Area and you’re currently struggling with addiction, these meetings may be able to help you get clean.

NA Meetings in Aurora, CO

Want to find a Narcotics Anonymous meeting near you? Look no further! We have a list of meetings in (or near) Aurora that can offer you the help and support you need to get clean.

NA: What It Is and How It Helps

Narcotics Anonymous is an organization that was founded with the intention to help drug addicts overcome their habit.

The group holds regular meetings in Aurora and other cities all around the country. In these meetings, addicts gather to discuss their experiences and share their recovery progress. Many members become close friends and act as support beacons for one another, calling each other whenever they have the urge to relapse.

At the heart of NA (or the “Program”), are the Twelve Steps, a systematic approach to getting sober. By working through the Steps, members learn to confront their past behaviors and find ways of dealing with their desire to use drugs.

Ultimately, the Program is a fantastic resource for many people because it provides them with two things: structure and human connection. The Steps give addicts a goal to focus on. The people in the group give them a social support network that they can confide in and lean on.

If you’re currently addicted to dope, meth, coke, or any other drug, this could be a great resource for you.

Please note: Some meetings are marked as “closed”. These meetings are only open to people who’ve attended other meetings in the past and have started working through the 12 Steps.

10:00 AM
Twelve Steps to Freedom
Twelve Steps to Freedom Club
Unit #12
Lakewood, CO 80215

This is an open meeting. All are welcome. Coffee is always served.

5:00 PM
Open Discussion Meeting
Hope Crossing Church
Lakewood, CO 80227

This is an open NA meeting. Everyone is invited. The facility is handicap accessible.

7:00 PM
Open Discussion Meeting
Bethlehem Lutheran Church
Lakewood, CO 80214

This meeting is split into two separate groups: spiritual and non-spiritual. So, if you’re interested in the Twelve Steps but not into the spiritual aspect, this could be a great meeting for you.

The facility is wheelchair accessible.

8:00 PM
Open Participation Meeting
Christ Community Church
Denver, CO 80231

This is an open NA meeting. Anyone who wants to overcome their drug addiction is welcome.

Monday
12:00 PM
Open Participate Meeting
Central Presbyterian Church
Denver, CO 80203

This meeting is open to all. The facility is handicap accessible.

8:00 PM
Community Church Meeting
Christ Community Church
Denver, CO 80231

This is an open meeting. Anyone who wants to overcome their drug addiction is welcome.

9:30 PM
Twelve Steps to Freedom
Twelve Steps to Freedom Club
Unit #12
Lakewood, CO 80215

This is an open NA meeting. Everyone is invited. Coffee is always served.

12:00 PM
Open Participate Meeting
Central Presbyterian Church
Denver, CO 80203

This meeting is open to all. The facility is handicap accessible.

6:30 PM
Candlelight Discussion
Hope Crossing Church
Lakewood, CO 80227

This is an open NA meeting. All are welcome. Join this group for a calm and serene candlelight chat.

The facility is wheelchair accessible.

7:00 PM
Bethlehem Women’s Meeting
Bethlehem Lutheran Church
Lakewood, CO 80214

This is an open meeting for women. Any woman who has the desire to get clean and wants support is welcome.

The facility is wheelchair accessible.

8:00 PM
Beginners Meeting
Christ Community Church
Denver, CO 80231

This is an open meeting for beginners and first-timers. If you’re just starting out in the recovery process, this could be a good meeting for you.

The facility is wheelchair accessible.

9:30 PM
Twelve Steps to Freedom
Twelve Steps to Freedom Club
Unit #12
Lakewood, CO 80215

This is an open meeting. Everyone is invited. Coffee is always served.

12:00 PM
Open Participate Meeting
Central Presbyterian Church
Denver, CO 80203

This meeting is open to all. The facility is handicap accessible.

5:30 PM
Twelve Steps to Freedom
Twelve Steps to Freedom Club
Unit #12
Lakewood, CO 80215

This is an open NA meeting. All are welcome. Coffee is always served.

8:00 PM
Beginners Meeting
Christ Community Church
Denver, CO 80231

This is an open meeting for beginners and first-timers. If you’re just starting out in the recovery process, this could be a good meeting for you.

The facility is wheelchair accessible.

12:00 PM
Open Participate Meeting
Central Presbyterian Church
Denver, CO 80203

This meeting is open to all. The facility is handicap accessible.

8:00 PM
Community Church Meeting
Christ Community Church
Denver, CO 80231

This is an open meeting. All are welcome. The facility is wheelchair accessible.

9:30 PM
Twelve Steps to Freedom
Twelve Steps to Freedom Club
Unit #12
Lakewood, CO 80215

This is an open NA meeting. Everyone is invited. Coffee is always served.

5:30 PM
Big Book Working Guide
Saint Peter & Mary Episcopal Church
Denver, CO 80223

This is a closed meeting. Members gather to discuss the Big Book and talk about how it relates to their recovery.

12:00 PM
Open Participate Meeting
Central Presbyterian Church
Denver, CO 80203

This meeting is open to all. The facility is handicap accessible.

5:30 PM
Twelve Steps to Freedom
Twelve Steps to Freedom Club
Unit #12
Lakewood, CO 80215

This is an open meeting. All are welcome. Coffee is always served.

8:00 PM
Community Church Meeting
Christ Community Church
Denver, CO 80231

This is an open meeting. Everyone is welcome.

Friday nights can be tough for addicts. So, if the end of the week is a particularly triggering time for you, this could be a great resource.

7:00 AM
Twelve Steps to Freedom
Twelve Steps to Freedom Club
Unit #12
Lakewood, CO 80215

This is an open NA meeting. Everyone is invited. Coffee is always served.

Looking for a group to meet up with on Saturday mornings? This could be a great meeting for you!

10:30 AM
Open Discussion Meeting
Capitol Heights Presbyterian Church
Denver, CO 80206

This is an open NA meeting. Everyone’s welcome!

Enter the building through the door on the corner of 11th and Filmore.

5:00 PM
Open Participation Meeting
Hope Crossing Church
Lakewood, CO 80227

This is an open meeting. Anyone who wants to get sober is welcome. The facility is wheelchair accessible.

7:00 PM
LGBT Meeting
Our Saviors Lutheran Church
Denver, CO 80218

This is an open meeting for LGBT folks. If you’re a member of the local LGBT community, this could be a great meeting for you.

Enter the building through the door on the west side.

Important note: Denver Women’s Recovery is not affiliated with any of the groups described above. For more meetings and a full, up-to-date meeting schedule, head over to the official Narcotics Anonymous organization website. There, you can browse meetings by time, location, and type.

Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings in Aurora, CO

Looking for an AA meeting near you? You’re in luck! There are plenty of meetings in (and near) Aurora that would be happy to have you!

Aurora AA Meetings: Fighting Alcoholism in the Centennial State

Opioids and other drugs aren’t Colorado’s only problem. Alcohol addiction runs rampant here, too.

While it’s hard to say exactly how many people are addicted to booze (because most people don’t admit to it), we just have to look at the DUI rates to see the problem.

And they’re bad.

In fact, more than 60 Colorado residents are arrested for impaired driving every day. Each year, nearly 600 people are killed or injured in alcohol-related collisions.

The problem is particularly terrifying in Aurora and Denver, too. Last year alone, more than 40 people died in crashes caused by impaired drivers. Even more were severely injured.

Additionally, plenty of other problem drinkers were hospitalized for conditions like alcohol poisoning or alcohol-related liver disease.

So, it’s clear that our friends and family members are suffering. Luckily, however, help is available. The Alcoholics Anonymous meetings in Aurora and other nearby cities can help.

Please note: Some meetings are marked as “closed”. These meetings are only open to people who’ve attended other meetings in the past and have started working through the 12 Steps.

6:30 AM
Thy Last Men’s Meeting
Jubilee Fellowship Church
Lone Tree, CO 80124

This is a closed Big Book study group for men.. If you’re a man who’s been in the Program for a while and you’re looking for a friendly group to discuss the Book with, this meeting could be the one for you.

9:15 AM
Crossroads Beginners Meeting
Crossroads Clubhouse
Aurora, CO 80014

This is an open meeting for beginners and first-timers. If you’re looking to join the Program or are just starting out, this could be a great home group for you!

9:15 AM
Crossroads Discussion Meeting
Crossroads Clubhouse
Aurora, CO 80014

This is a closed meeting. Only committed members of the program are invited.

If you want to join but have not yet established yourself in the AA community, try the beginners meeting next door (info above).

7:00 PM
Sobriety First
Christ’s Episcopal Church
Castle Rock, CO 80104

This is an open meeting. All are welcome. No smoking allowed.

6:30 AM
CR Early Risers
Christ’s Episcopal Church
Castle Rock, CO 80104

This is an open AA meeting. Everyone is invited. No smoking allowed.

Looking for a place to get some early morning recovery support so you can start your week off right? This meeting could be great for you!

6:45 AM
P.P Workshop
Good Shepherd Episcopal Church
Centennial, CO 80112

This is an open AA meeting. All are welcome!

Looking for some early morning support on Monday mornings? This could be a good meeting for you.

12:00 PM
Pass It On
Saint Thomas More Catholic Church
Centennial, CO

This is a closed meeting. Only committed members of the program are invited.

12:00 PM
We Care
Risen Christ Catholic Parish
Denver, CO 80222

This is an open meeting for women. Any woman who wants help and support as they work to get sober is welcome.

6:30 AM
CR Early Risers
Christ’s Episcopal Church
Castle Rock, CO 80104

This is an open meeting. All are welcome. No smoking allowed.

6:45 AM
P.P Workshop
Good Shepherd Episcopal Church
Centennial, CO 80112

This is an open meeting. Everyone is invited.

5:35 PM
Bill’s Angels
Greenwood Community Church
Greenwood Village, CO 80111

This is an open meeting for women. Any woman who has the desire to overcome their addiction is welcome.

6:30 AM
CR Early Risers
Christ’s Episcopal Church
Castle Rock, CO 80104

This is an open AA meeting. Everyone is invited. No smoking allowed.

6:45 AM
P.P Workshop
Good Shepherd Episcopal Church
Centennial, CO 80112

This is an open step-study meeting. Members gather early on Wednesday mornings to discuss the 12 Steps and talk about their progress.

7:30 PM
Wonderful Gift
Windsor Gardens Auditorium
Denver, CO 80247

This is an open Big Book study session. Everyone is invited.

The meeting takes place in the Aspen Room of the Windsor Apartment Complex.

8:00 PM
Too Young to Die
Our Father Lutheran Church
Centennial, CO 80121

This is an open meeting that caters specifically to young people. The facility is non-smoking.

6:30 AM
CR Early Risers
Christ’s Episcopal Church
Castle Rock, CO 80104

This is an open AA meeting. All are welcome. This is a non-smoking facility.

6:45 AM
P.P Workshop
Good Shepherd Episcopal Church
Centennial, CO 80112

This is an open step-study meeting. Members gather early on Thursday mornings to discuss the 12 Steps and talk about their progress.

12:00 PM
Pass It On
Saint Thomas More Catholic Church
Centennial, CO

This is a closed meeting. Only committed members of the program are invited. No smoking allowed.

8:00 PM
Southeast Sobriety
Risen Christ Catholic Parish
Denver, CO 80222

This is an open AA meeting. All are welcome!

6:30 AM
CR Early Risers
Christ’s Episcopal Church
Castle Rock, CO 80104

This is an open meeting. Everyone is invited. No smoking allowed.

Need some extra support on Friday mornings. This might be the perfect meeting for you!

6:45 AM
P.P Workshop
Good Shepherd Episcopal Church
Centennial, CO 80112

This is an open AA meeting. All are welcome. No smoking allowed.

12:00 PM
Pass It On
Saint Thomas More Catholic Church
Centennial, CO

This is an open meeting for beginners and first-timers. Trying to start your recovery journey? This might be the perfect place for you to do so!

6:45 AM
P.P Workshop
Good Shepherd Episcopal Church
Centennial, CO 80112

This is an open Big Book study session meeting. Attendees come together to discuss the Big Book and other sobriety literature.

9:00 AM
Being Convinced
Christ Church United Methodist
Denver, CO 80206

This is an open AA meeting. All are welcome. No smoking allowed.

10:00 AM
Park Hill Society
Montview Boulevard Presbyterian Church
Denver, CO 80220

This is an open AA meeting. Everyone is invited.

Babysitters are available so feel free to bring your children.

7:00 PM
CR Early Risers
Christ’s Episcopal Church
Castle Rock, CO 80104

This is an open step-study meeting. Members gather to discuss the 12 Steps and their recovery progress.

Unfortunately, no smoking is allowed in the Church.

Important note: Denver Women’s Recovery is not affiliated with any of the meetings listed above. For more meetings and a full, up-to-date meeting schedule, head over to the official Denver Area Central Committee of AA website.

Al-Anon Meetings in Aurora, CO

Seeking a support group in your area? You’re in luck! There are plenty of Al-Anon meetings in (and near) Aurora!

Al-Anon & Alateen: Support for People Who Love Addicts

Substance abuse doesn’t just affect the addicted person. It can also have long-lasting effects on their family members and friends. Oftentimes, the spouses, parents, siblings, and children of the addict suffer just as much as the addict themselves.

This is why organizations like Al-Anon and Alateen exist. They provide the people who love addicts with a place to get support.

In these meetings, the friends and family members of addicted people gather to discuss their experience and offer advice to one another.

The experience of loving an addict, after all, can be overwhelming and isolating. By attending a meeting, though, you’ll connect with a group of people who understand your pain and share similar experiences.

Is your family member a drug addict or alcoholic? An Al-Anon or Alateen meeting could help.

We’ve listed a few of them below. For a larger list of meetings, head over to the official Colorado Al-Anon meeting schedule website.

Wednesday

5:45 PM
Buckeye AFG
All Saints Lutheran Church
Aurora, CO 80013

This is an open meeting. The facility is wheelchair accessible.

Enter the building through the back door. The meeting takes place in Room #12.

Friday

8:00 PM
Eastenders AFG
St. Pius X School
Aurora, CO 80011

This is an open Al-Anon meeting. All are welcome. The facility is handicap accessible.

Saturday

10:00 AM
Buckley Listen & Learn Beginners AFG
Southeast Aurora Club
Aurora, CO 80013

Denver Women’s Recovery: Helping to End Addiction in Aurora

“The last 90 days at Denver Women’s Recovery have given me an entirely different view on my life.” – Nicole, DWR Alumni

It’s painful for us to see the way that addiction is impacting our friends, family members, and neighbors. But, we’re not willing to turn our heads away and let it get worse.

That’s why Denver Women’s Recovery is committed to helping the women of Colorado (and other states) overcome their habits.

Aurora Addiction Resources

DWR is an drug and alcohol rehab center in Aurora, CO. We’ve been lucky enough to see many patients turn their lives around. We’ve seen full-blown addicts kick their addictions and return to living happy, healthy lives.

And we want to help you, too.

If you’re currently suffering from a drug or alcohol addiction, give us a call. We can assist you as you work to get back on the right path.

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