Below, you can find details and links for some of the meetings that one might find helpful when pursuing recovery.
The first Twelve Step program for Recovery, it is a voluntary worldwide fellowship of men and women who meet to attain and maintain sobriety. Sobriety is maintained through sharing experience, strength and hope at group meetings and through working through the suggested Twelve Step program for recovery with a sponsor.
A spiritual fellowship for those who have been affected by someone else’s drinking and using. Members can include parents, children, spouses, partners, brothers, sisters, other family members, friends, employers, employees, and coworkers of those who misuse drugs and alcohol, and who are addicted to pornography. Al-Anon is not a program for finding or maintaining sobriety. It is a program to help the families recover from the effects of someone else’s addictive behaviors.
“Al-Anon Frequently Asked Questions."
SMART stands for “Self-Management and Recovery Training." It is a peer facilitated CBT skills based recovery program that helps individuals gain independence from all types of addiction and addictive behaviors. The program emphasizes and teaches four key points to self-recovery: Building and Maintaining Motivation, Coping with Urges, Managing Thoughts, Feelings and Behaviors, and Living a Balanced Life.
"Introduction to SMART Recovery."
Narcotics Anonymous is a Twelve Step program to communicate to individuals struggling with addiction in the community that we may be able to help them learn to live drug-free, recover from the effects of drug addiction, and establish stable, productive lifestyles.
Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered, Twelve Step program for anyone struggling with hurt, pain or addiction of any kind. Celebrate Recovery is a safe place to find community and freedom from the issues that are controlling our life.
A group of students who promote abstinent living, recovery support and assist with alcohol education and prevention around campus. Students have worked together to plan sober social events for the BARC such as host an alcohol screening day, Bob’s painting activity, and a move night. They are also in charge of Recovery Month events in September. Membership is open to any abstinent student on campus whether or not they are in recovery.
Early Quitters Club is a meeting for those new to the BARC or curious about what recovery looks like without any pressure.