Recovery Meetings and Outpatient Treatment

Alcohol and Drug treatment in conjunction with recovery meetings provides a vital foundation for the maintenance of long-term recovery and sobriety. 

What are Recovery Meetings?

Recovery meetings are organized groups of people gathered together to help one another recover from alcohol and drug use issues. Recovery meetings are typically peer led, meaning that the person leading the meeting or group is often someone also in recovery themselves. Recovery meetings differ from clinical groups held at a drug rehab center. In a professional treatment setting, it is expected that the clinical staff is credentialed and licensed to administer services. Recovery meetings have no such requirements. There are various types of recovery meetings that exist throughout the United States. The most commonly used in Arizona are 12-step programs, SMART Recovery, Refuge Recovery, and Celebrate Recovery

12-Step Programs

12-step programs are anonymous groups of people gathered together who utilize 12-steps to the recovery process. Below are the most commonly used 12-Step programs:

Recovery Meetings in Arizona

There are thousands of recovery meetings that occur each week in the Phoenix, Arizona metro area. The resources below consist of a wide array resources based upon your specific need or preference. Their respective websites also list the days & times of meetings each week.