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- Meetings Updates
- The Thursday 6:30 pm meeting in Golden has moved to the classroom in Natural Grocers at 2401 Ford Street.
For addresses and contact details on these and all of our CCI meetings, reference our local OA meeting list!>
- The combined groups of OA in Grand Junction have launched an informational website to list local meeting and contact information.
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Category Archives: Members Share
2018 New Years Day Celebration Speaker (download) This year’s NYD event was another great opportunity to hear about stories of Recovery like this one. Find out more about meetings across the city of Denver and mark your calendar for New … Continue reading
May the miracle of my experience, bring you hope! Two weeks ago, I just lost my little dog. His name was Dexter and he was 16 years old. Except for losing my late husband, I am devastated beyond measure, experiencing … Continue reading
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The struggle to find abstinence and maintain recovery is often eased with the humor we find in program and our own experience. Why Does OA Work We often wonder why OA works so well. Is it the warmth of the … Continue reading
What a weekend we had in Frisco, Colorado; celebrating camaraderie, hope, strength and experience. For those who attended, it was a “feast of recovery.” Aspiring to live on “higher ground” allowed for an atmosphere of humility. People seemed hungry for … Continue reading