Greeley, Colorado Addiction Resource Guide

Nestled comfortably in the north part of the state, Greeley is a moderately-sized city with plenty of employment and schooling opportunities for its residents.

It does, however, also contain a sizable populace with addictions to either drugs or alcohol. This is a problem that grows each year, and makes it necessary for there to continue to be professional organizations dedicated to eradicating these menaces.

If you have a problem with either drugs or alcohol, now is the best time to seek the help you need to put this problem to bed permanently. We have put together this addiction-resource guide to help you in this important endeavor. This includes drug or alcohol rehab in Greeley, as well as a list of some of the best recovery meetings and support groups located in and around the area.

Our Addiction Treatment Facility

If you have an addiction, and need drug rehab or alcohol rehab, Women’s Recovery is an excellent choice for residents of Greeley. Our Denver facility is located a little under 70 miles away from Greeley, which provides an excellent balance of accessibility and anonymity. If you would prefer to attend a drug rehab or alcohol rehab a little farther away, we also have a newer facility located in Dillon, approximately 130 miles away.

Support Groups and Recovery Meetings in Greeley, Colorado

Once you have gotten sober from an addiction to drugs or alcohol, accomplished most successfully with a good rehab program, it is up to you to make sure it sticks. Many people finish drug rehab or alcohol rehab and fail to take the next step, finding ongoing support. This ongoing necessity can be found at recovery meetings and support groups located locally to Greeley. Some of the best friends and assistance to help navigate the sobriety waters can be developed by attending these helpful groups.

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Meetings in Greeley, Colorado

If you have a sincere desire to quit drinking, and have gone through alcohol rehab in Greeley, an Alcoholics Anonymous, or AA, meeting should be your next stop. AA meetings in Greeley are populated by other alcoholics who really want to stop drinking for good.

Sunday

Time: 2:30 PM

Group name: Women Seeking Sobriety

Location: 2608 7th Ave Garden City

Tuesday

Time: 7:00 PM

Group name: Greeley Group 1

Location: 2608 7th Ave Garden City

Wednesday

Time: 6:00 PM

Group name: West Side Group

Location: 2699 47th Avenue

Friday

Time: 12:00 PM

Group name: High Noon Group

Location: 2608 7th Ave Garden City

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Meetings in Greeley

Narcotics Anonymous, or NA, was established in 1953 to offer the same type of help seen in AA to those who suffer from drug addiction. If you have a drug addiction, and need the type of help that other recovering addicts can provide, NA meetings in Greeley are a good solution.

Wednesday

Time: 12:00 PM

Location: 1318 7th Avenue

1.58 miles

Saturday

Time: 8:00 PM

Location: 1318 7th Avenue

1.58 miles

Al-Anon Meetings in Greeley

Loved ones of alcoholics usually face a particularly difficult challenge when it comes to dealing with their addicted friend or family member. Al-Anon understands the importance of sharing these burdens with other people going through the same trials. Al-Anon meetings are found all over Greeley and the surrounding area.

Wednesday

Time: 6:30 PM

Group name: Living Today AFG

Location: First Christian Church 530 Walnut St, Windsor

Thursday

Time: 6:45 PM

Group name: Fifth Tradition AFG

Location: Kress 815 8th Ave

Nar Anon Meetings in Greeley

With the added fear of overdose, loving a drug addict can be even more frightening than an alcoholic. Nar Anon has made it its goal to offer the best place these people can come together without any judgment over anything they feel they need to share.

Monday

Time: 7:00 PM

Group name: Grace Nar-Anon

Location: 1001 13th Street Boulder

Thursday

Time: 7:00 PM

Group name: Integrity

Location: Trinity Lutheran Church 301 East Stuart Street Fort Collins

Alateen Meetings in Greeley

Alateen is a division of Al-Anon that caters solely to teens and young adults. To attend an Alateen meeting, all you need is to be in this age bracket, and have a difficult time with the everyday life that comes with dealing with an alcoholic.

Monday

Time: 3:30 PM

Group name: Fort Collins Alateen

Location: Peace With Christ Lutheran Church 1412 W. Swallow Road, Fort Collins

23.3 miles away

Thursday

Time: 7:30 PM

Group name: You Are Not Alone Alateen

Location: First Evangelical Lutheran Church 803 3rd Ave., Longmont

29.4 miles away

SMART Recovery Meetings in Greeley

If you have a strong belief in science, you may find the most help with your addiction by checking out SMART. SMART’s offerings extend beyond the traditional in-person meeting, to helpful online resources as well.

Sunday

Time: 7:00 PM

Location: IHOP 5280 Wadsworth Bypass , Arvada

63.4 miles

Monday

Time: 7:30 PM

Location: West Pines Behavioral Health 3400 N. Lutheran Parkway, Building 6, Wheatridge

65 miles

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Women’s Recovery

If you are looking for quality and effective outpatient treatment accessible to Greeley, Women’s Recovery is an excellent option to look into. Please be sure to contact us as soon as you can to find out what either our Dillon or Denver location has to offer.

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