Community Alternatives of El Paso

Freebirds Group Discussion/Participation
Sunday
5:30 PM

Fellowship Bible Church

True Blue Group
Sunday
6:00 PM

First Friends Church

New Horizons Group Literature Study,
Sunday
8:00 PM

Pikes Peak Area Service Office

Step Into Recovery Group
Monday
6:30 PM

Faith Presbyterian Church

Monday Do or Die Group Just For Today Study
Monday
8:00 PM

Pikes Peak Area Service Office

Young in Recovery Group Non-Smoking,
Tuesday
7:00 PM

Shove Chapel

Pallbearers Group Non-Smoking, Discussion/Participation, It Works Study
Tuesday
7:30 PM

KISS Group

KISS Group Discussion/Participation
Wednesday
7:00 PM

First Lutheran Church

Lamplight 1, 2, 3 Group,
Wednesday
7:30 PM

Pikes Peak Area Service Office

No Name Group Discussion/Participation
Thursday
6:00 PM

All Souls Unitarian Church

Coming Out Group Discussion/Participation
Thursday
7:30 PM

Pikes Peak Area Service Office

Out of the Clouds Group Discussion/Participation
Friday
7:00 PM

Hillside Community Center

Night Owls Group Non-Smoking, Discussion/Participation
Friday
10:30 PM

Pikes Peak Area Service Office

Day Trippers Group
Saturday
12:00 PM

South Church of the Nazarene

Just a Group
Saturday
7:00 PM

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 Narcotics Anonymous is a mutual aid organization that aims to help individuals for whom substance use disorder has become a problem. Commonly known as NA, Narcotics Anonymous was founded in Los Angeles in 1953 and was patterned after Alcoholics Anonymous, the first program of its kind in the world. Narcotics Anonymous thus follows a similar set of 12 principles for helping people achieve a life free from drug abuse and its consequences. These 12 steps are a collective of concepts aimed at expelling the obsession to take drugs, as well as to help recovering individuals stay clean.

 Narcotics Anonymous is a non-political and non-denominational fellowship, one that is open to everyone regardless of age, gender, race, or social class. The only requirement to join an NA meeting is the desire to stop using drugs.

Your journey to recovery is one that you don’t have to take alone. Take comfort in knowing that other individuals are going through the same challenges as you and that you can serve as a positive influence on one another. Discover Narcotics Anonymous meetings in or near Colorado Springs, Colorado by clicking the button provided on this page.