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Walk the Talk Newcomer’s Meeting

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2334 Vickers Dr
Colorado Springs, CO 80918

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Park on Tuckerman Street

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Types of AA Meetings

12 Steps & 12 Traditions: Colorado's AA programs embrace the 12 Steps and Traditions model, offering a lifeline of support for those battling addiction. Meetings are open to all individuals and their loved ones and reinforce the reality that recovery is a journey that is better traveled with the support and guidance of peers.

Closed: Closed AA meetings in Colorado are restricted to just members or anyone who has a drinking problem and wants to seek help. Discussions are informal. Everyone is encouraged to participate and share about their alcohol addiction and recovery journey.

Discussion: AA discussion meetings in Colorado are based on a central topic related to alcohol addiction and recovery. A member will open the meeting by reading a related passage from a relevant AA text, such as the Big Book or Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions. Then, other members can share their input on the subject as they feel led.

Men: Colorado AA meetings provide 12 Step Programs to facilitate recovery from alcohol use disorder at no cost. Select meetings may be available only to men of all ages to focus on issues that primarily affect men.

Newcomer: In Colorado, AA newcomer meetings help individuals who are just starting recovery learn more about how AA works and what to expect in the 12 step program. They can share their experiences, learn about available resources, and receive literature to help them on their journey.

Open: Open AA meetings in Colorado aren’t restricted to members only. Instead, anyone from the community is welcome to attend and learn more about how AA works and what the 12 step recovery model includes. This includes friends, family members, and spouses of individuals seeking alcohol addiction treatment.

Speaker: AA programs in Colorado often include speaker meetings. Speakers encourage participants to strengthen their commitment to sobriety through humor, faith, raw emotions, and personality.

Wheelchair Access: Colorado AA meetings with wheelchair access allow non-ambulatory clients to safely navigate the facility, including meeting halls and restrooms. The center generally has accessible parking spots and ramps.

Women: Colorado women’s AA meetings are community support meetings for women who are impacted by alcohol addiction. Free of charge for all women, these meetings use a 12-step program to help women at all stages of alcoholism recovery, offering a safe and productive space for community support for women of all ages.

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