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- Family Loss Support Group

- Youth Music and Arts 

- Any F'n A 12 Step Meeting

Our community center is made available by the generous donations from the community and grant funding obtained in order for us to better serve the recovery community as a whole. The atmosphere is warm and inviting and we look forward to seeing you or someone you care about. 


Tuesday 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm 

Family Loss Support Group

This weekly group is provided to serve parents, family, and friends who've experienced the loss of a loved one to addiction or suicide. The group is facilitated by those members and an onsite peer. This is an open group, however we ask that you fit the criteria mentioned above. 

Thursday 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Youth Music & Arts

This weekly gathering of 11-16 yr olds is facilitated by Musical and Art Directors, Robert Scoggins and Boku Suzuki along with an onsite peer. The youngsters are worked with to play a wide range of instruments and are playing songs as a band by the end of the day. Art night rotates weekly where the kids creativity is tapped into and nurtured with encouragement and an affirmative atmosphere.  

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'Soulshine' 12 step meeting

Wednesday 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm


The door is open and the coffee is on. This meeting is open to all that are interested in recovery. This is an open 'Any F'n A' meeting sponsored by the Sober Souls Motorcycle Club. These Any F'n A meetings are also available throughout the week at various locations in the front range area. A complete schedule of those meetings can be found by clicking on 'Find Meetings'

Call for scheduled times or to request a class

Fentanyl Awareness

Fentanyl Awareness classes aims to amplify local and nationwide efforts to increase awareness and decrease demand for fentanyl, which is a highly addictive synthetic opioid that continues to drive the overdose epidemic. Atendees are introduced to and provided Naloxone (narcan) free of charge. Naloxone reverses an opioid overdose. Naloxone works by blocking the effects of opiates on the brain and by restoring breathing. Naloxone will only work if a person has opiates in their system.

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