The CU Collegiate Recovery Center community lounge is available for reservation by recovery support groups and 12-step meeting groups. This is a list of meetings currently being held in the CUCRC space, which is located in UMC room 102, down the hall next to the bowling alley). All meetings are open unless otherwise noted. If you are interested in holding a support group or recovery meeting in the CUCRC, contact us at email@example.com or call 303-492-9642.
NOTE: Schedule is subject to change during campus holidays and breaks. Refer to weekly our Schedule page for the most current info and additional offerings.
Recovery Talks: Tuesdays at 5pm
Open discussion about life in recovery. A different topic each week. Open to all paths of recovery.
OASIS: A Place For Change: Fridays 3:00pm*
*Does not meet during Maymester and Summer Session. This open discussion group is for anyone looking to make a change in their life. Whether you’re seeking to shift health habits, substance use, relationships, or compulsive behaviors, find support to be successful at Oasis. The meeting includes a maté tea ritual, intention setting and opportunity to develop meaningful connections.
LifeRing: Wednesdays at 7pm
LifeRing meetings use an open discussion format focused on 2 weeks at a time: how things went for you last week and any goals you have or support you would like for the upcoming week. All are welcome. Read more about LifeRing.
Mondays 5:30pm: "The People's Meeting of AA" Open Alcoholics Anonymous meeting.
Wednesdays 9am: AA. "BYOBB" Big Book Study Open Alcoholics Anonymous meeting. Speaker on the last Wednesday of each month.
Thursdays 6:00pm: ITAA: Internet & Technology Addiction Anonymous.
Open meeting for anyone with a desire to stop excessive use of technology, gaming and/or the internet and cultivate a more balanced lifestyle.
Al-anon and NA groups do not currently meet in the CUCRC. Several members in our community do attend meetings off campus, however. Contact us if you would like to be connected with someone in those fellowships.
Narcotics Anonymous is a fellowship of recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean from all drugs. Visit the NA-Colorado website for a full list of other meetings in the local area.
Al-anon meetings are for friends or family members who are affected by the problem drinking or using of a relative or friend. Visit the Al-anon-Colorado website for a full list of other meetings in the local area.