March 21, 2011
If you feel like your life is getting a little (or a lot!) out of control, if you struggle with an addiction or you have been affected by alcoholic or addicted family and friends, you are invited to come to a new program Tuesday evenings at 8:30 p.m. at the Geller Center.
In these 1-hour meetings, we will explore the "12 steps" based on the twelve steps of Alcoholics Anonymous, which have helped people with all kinds of life issues. The program is spiritual, but not religious; everyone gets to have their own understanding of whatever is beyond their own ego. Gatherings are completely confidential ("anything you say here stays here!") and anonymous (we don't even share last names). There is no charge to participate.
Come learn some tools to make your life better - enjoy the support of a loving, nonjudgemental group of people who share experience, strength, and hope with each other.
The Geller Center is located at 629 S. Howes Street (just a half block north of the Oval and next door to "the Flats.") We meet in the basement from 8:30 - 9:30 p.m.
Contact: Peggy Christiansen
Phone: (970) 482-8487