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285 NA Meetings in Colorado




Pueblo, CO

Monday 12:15 PM

Denver, CO

Monday 6:30 PM

Walsenburg, CO

Monday 12:00 PM

Colorado Springs, CO

Saturday 9:00 PM

Denver, CO

Monday 8:00 PM

Denver, CO

Tuesday 7:45 PM

Castle Rock, CO

Tuesday 12:00 PM

Colorado Springs, CO

Tuesday 6:00 PM

Alamosa, CO

Sunday 7:00 PM

Colorado Springs, CO

Monday 7:00 PM

Learn More About NA Meetings in Colorado

Looking for an NA meeting in Colorado? Whether you or someone you love is considering attendance at a Narcotics Anonymous meeting anywhere in Colorado, can help you find a meeting that’s right for you. Our director of NA meetings provides a comprehensive list of meetings taking place throughout the state in all major cities including Aurora, Lakewood, Aspen and Colorado Springs.

Colorado is one of the most prominent states for addiction. The state sees regular treatment admissions as a result of receiving court ordered criminal justice clients, DUI clients and community reinforcement clients. Throughout the state, a number of treatment options are utilized in an effort to combat and reduce the impact that addiction has on the population as well as on society as a whole.

NA meetings in Colorado offer a relapse prevention method that focuses on providing those in recovery with the supportive tools necessary to facilitate long-term sobriety and healing.

How NA Works

NA meetings, in Colorado, and in all areas of the world, provide an opportunity for those who get involved in the program to better understand their addiction. By attending a meeting, you can see that you have an addiction, you can see how the addiction has impacted your life, and you can see that you are not along. Addiction is not prejudice—it doesn’t care if you are rich or poor, young or old.

NA meetings help you to feel better and about yourself by showing you that there are other people just like you going through problems just like you are. You’re not alone in your fight for recovery and you can learn how to get sober and remain sober—it just takes time and support to get there.

Synergy from a Group

Colorado NA meetings offer you something that individual attempts at recovery cannot—the synergy of a group. By getting involved in a Narcotics Anonymous group, you have the power to work with others, to learn their recovery techniques and to gain the synergy of a group effort. When you feel down and out, you can call upon a sponsor for help; and when you feel like you are the only one suffering, you can talk with other members who have been in your same place before.


One of the primary benefits of NA meetings is the consistent reminder of what will happen if you continue down a path of drug or alcohol use. Group members work together to remind you of the problems that you suffer while using and to encourage you to see the positive improvements in your life when you don’t use. Sometimes these simple reminders are enough to help you stay sober—and if they aren’t, you have an entire group ready to support your efforts to overcome relapse.

12-step meetings provide the opportunity to talk to others in a non-judgmental environment in which anything goes. You’re here to heal and get well—and NA Meetings in Colorado can help you along the way.

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treatment approaches

  1. Detox Phase

    Many long term drug abusers avoid getting help because they’re afraid to suffer the mental, physical and emotional trauma of the withdrawal process—but there’s no need to fear. When detoxification is monitored by trained, clinical professionals, problems are minimized and comfort is maximized. Now is the best time rid your body of addictive substances once and for all.

  2. Rehab Phase

    After detoxification, you can move on to getting treatment with a clearer mind and stronger body. Rehabilitation structures your life around breaking free of addiction. Group, family, and individual therapy can uncover and address any co-occurring mental health issues that may be contributing to your addiction.

  3. Recovery Phase

    Being honest about yourself is the key to long-lasting recovery. Ongoing attendance at 12-step meetings is a great way to maintain sobriety by helping you continue to work on issues and build a support network to see you through hard times, so you can continue to live a happier, healthier, more fulfilled life.

With just one phone call, you will be connected to an informed operator with access to thousands of quality treatment centers, at no cost to you. We’ll help you review the options in regards to price, treatment types, and location.

Whenever you’re ready, we are here to guide you or your loved one onto the path towards long-term recovery.

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