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AL-ANON SUPPORT GROUPS - GV

AL-ANON FAMILY GROUPS, GRASS VALLEY FELLOWSHIP #4661869


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  • 1721 E Main St., Suite 1B
    Grass Valley, Nevada

Provides help to families and friends of alcoholics by practicing the Al-Anon 12 Steps of Recovery and by welcoming and giving comfort to those affected by someone else's drinking.

Offers 12 Step meetings for people affected by someone else's drinking including focus meetings for teens, newcomers, adult children of alcoholics, women, and men. 
 

 
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS: CENTRAL CALIFORNIA FELLOWSHIP #65630847


location_on B
  • 9960 Business Park Drive
    Sacramento, Sacramento

Support group and meetings for individuals affected by alcoholism throughout the greater Sacramento area. Call for location and times.
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS - NORTH TAHOE AA

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS #69931700


REOPENING DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC:
Info from California Dept. of Public Health applies to AA meetings. We do not have info yet on other 12-step programs.

AA meetings are essential under healthcare and when they cannot be done remotely should be done with proper health and safety protocols. AA meetings should follow the limited services guidance where possible https://covid19.ca.gov/industry-guidance/ and https://files.covid19.ca.gov/pdf/guidance-limited-services.pdf
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Offers a 12-step program consisting of meetings of recovered and recovering alcoholics. The purpose of these meetings is to share experiences, streng
th and hope so that attendees can help each other recover from alcoholism.

For Questions regarding in-person meetings, please visit https://nnig.org/ or call Central Office of Northern Nevada Intergroup of Alcoholics Anonymous at 775-355-1151.

Website at http://northtahoeaa.com/ contains information about AA meetings,… [read more]
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS - WESTERN NEVADA COUNTY

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS #39967835


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  • Grass Valley, Nevada

DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC:
Info from California Dept. of Public Health applies to AA meetings.

AA meetings are essential under healthcare and when they cannot be done remotely should be done with proper health and safety protocols. AA meetings should follow the limited services guidance where possible https://covid19.ca.gov/industry-guidance/ and https://files.covid19.ca.gov/pdf/guidance-limited-services.pdf

Guidance for 12-Step programs from the County of Nevada - https://www.mynevadacounty.com/DocumentCenter/View/34601/Updated-Guidance-on-Treatment-Groups-2020-06-16?bidId=​
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Alcoholics Anonymous offers a 12-step program consisting of meetings of recovered and recovering alcoholics. The purpose of these meetings is to share experiences, strength and hope so that attendees can help each other recover from alcoholism.


Current calendar of Alcoholics Anonymous support groups and meetings available by calling 530-272-6287. Website at www… [read more]
CARE AND DETOX CENTER

ALPHA OAKS #65630848


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  • 8400 Fair Oaks
    Carmichael, Sacramento

Alpha Oaks offers:
  • Residential care and detox (of alcohol and drugs)
  • Group and individual counseling sessions
  • Aftercare services
  • Perinatal treatment

Alpa Oaks is open to women over the age of 18. There is no discrimination in the delivery of service due to race, religion, ethnicity, sexual preference, disability or ability to pay. The licensed Detox center can accommodate five women. It is under 24-hour supervision by specialized staff who are trained in dealing with the detox process and have immediate access to emergency medical assistance when necessary.

Residents are encouraged and assisted in planning their own recovery from alcoholism and drug addiction.
FAMILY SUPPORT AND MENTORING SERVICES

ADVENTURE CHRISTIAN CHURCH #65630966


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  • 1500 North Market Boulevard
    Sacramento, Sacramento

Adventure Christian Church offers family support and mentoring services including:
  • 12-step recovery program - Celebrate Recovery
  • Pastoral counseling
FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH OF ROSEVILLE

FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH OF ROSEVILLE #65630942


location_on F
  • 109 Washington Boulevard
    Roseville, Placer
local_phone
  • Main Program Office
    916-783-3464

First United Methodist Church (FUMC) offers the Helping Hands feeding program every Monday at noon.

Additionally, FUMC offers Narcotics Anonymous meetings (Tuesdays only at noon and 7 p.m.) and supports The Gathering Inn, a non-profit organization that offers an emergency overnight homeless shelter, and social, health and case management services to Placer County’s homeless population.

WE SEEK NEW REFFERING PARTNERS FOR OUR LENDING MISSION!

We can offer very low-interest, long-term loans secured by the Church for borrowers with proof of income. Financial counseling is offered and required.

Sometimes a small loan can make the difference of a vehicle repair needed to keep a job, or a down payment that might prevent homelessness. Call the Church office at 916-783-3464.
NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS

NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS WORLD SERVICE OFFICE #4661627


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  • Van Nuys, Los Angeles

Provides twelve-step support groups for men and women for whom drugs have become a major problem. 
RECOVERY AND SOBRIETY SERVICES

ALANO CLUB OF ROSEVILLE #65630842


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  • 111 5th Street
    Roseville, Placer

Roseville Alano Club encourages and enhances the sobriety of recovering alcoholics as well as provides a safe and sober environment for those in the program and their families. Roseville Alano Club is a nonprofit organization that serves the 12-step community in Placer County as well as the greater Sacramento area.

Services:
  • Provides the facilities, resources, and amenities, for recovering alcoholics, drug addicts and their families
VIRTUAL RECOVERY RESOURCES - SAMHSA

SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES ADMINISTRATION #74370114


location_on I
  • 5600 Fishers Lane
    Rockville, Montgomery
local_phone
  • National Helpline
    800-662-4357

Staying connected is important, so SAMHSA provides a three page document (PDF) of virtual recovery resources: https://www.samhsa.gov/sites/default/files/virtual-recovery-resources.pdf

This tip sheet describes resources that can be used to virtually support recovery from mental/substance use disorders as well as other resources.

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