Amos Counseling – Sober Living Recovery Homes
Description: Sober living homes for those looking to strengthen their sobriety in an environment that promotes safety and security. Men’s house holds 8 members and one house manager. Women’s house holds 7 members and one house manager.
Narcotics Anonymous (NA) – Support Groups
Description: Narcotics Anonymous is a nonprofit fellowship for recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean. The website for Narcotics Anonymous in the state of Colorado is www.nacolorado.org. Local Mesa County group is called The Serenity Unlimited Area of NA. Based in Grand Junction, the Area serves western Colorado and eastern Utah.
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) – Support Groups
Description: Support groups for those struggling with substance use disorder, specifically alcohol. List of meetings available on their website.
Description: Provides opportunities for recovering individuals to connect with others who have also experienced mental health or substance use disorder issues.
Description: A private social club providing meeting space for 12 step programs and a safe environment for sobriety.
Pear ReSET-O- Phone App
Description: reSET® is a 12 week (90 days) prescription-only digital therapeutic for treatment of patients with substance use disorder, who are not currently on opioid replacement therapy, who do not abuse alcohol solely, or who do not abuse opioids as their primary substance of abuse. Patients must be currently enrolled in outpatient treatment under the supervision of a clinician.
Grand Valley Catholic Outreach – La Mariposa Women’s Recovery Program
Description: La Mariposa is a support group for women struggling with addictions who are or have been homeless.
Mind Springs Health – Women’s Recovery Center
Description: 90 day transitional living and holistic recovery from drug and alcohol abuse with a focus on physical and mental health, emotional wellbeing, spiritual growth and social needs.
Peer Recovery Coach
Description: A Peer Recovery Coach is a person with a history of addiction and living a life of sustained
recovery. They can help people in need of Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) get connected to
available treatment providers in their area. They also assist people in obtaining services that suit the
individual’s recovery needs.