Here are some resources for those affected by addiction:

  • ADDICTIONRECOVERY.LDS.ORG
  • Download the Addiction Recovery Program Guide: here
  • Addiction Recovery Program Support Group (“ARPSG”) 
    Meets at 7pm every Tuesday evening at 150 Pine Avenue, COS 80906; and, – 7pm everyWednesday evening at 4955 Meadowland Boulevard, COS 80918; and, – 7pm every Thursday at 1310 Aeroplaza Drive, COS 80916.  A Guide to Addiction Recovery and Healing is the curriculum for the ARPSG meeting.  The ARPSG consist of brothers and sisters who share their experience, faith, and hope in studying and applying the power of the Atonement of Jesus Christ as it relates to the 12 steps of recovery.  We invite anyone affected by substances such as tobacco, alcohol, coffee, tea, and drugs; or, behaviors such as codependency, eating disorders and gambling in their life, who struggle to overcome on their own, and who desire to heal from these afflictions.  The ARPSG meetings provide a safe place for honest sharing because we adhere to the principles of confidentiality and anonymity, and we use appropriate language and behavior to invite the Spirit to be with us.

Here are some additional resources for those struggling with pornography:

  • https://overcomingpornography.org
  • Pornography Addiction Support Group (“PASG”)

    Meets at 6pm every Sunday evening at 13540 Northgate Estates Drive, Suite 100, COS 80921; and, – 7pm every Tuesday evening at 4090 Center Park Drive, COS 80916.  A Guide to Addiction Recovery and Healing is the curriculum for the PASG meeting.  The PASG consist of brothers who share their experience, faith, and hope in studying and applying the power of the Atonement of Jesus Christ as it relates to the 12 steps of recovery and healing.  We invite any men affected by pornography use in their life, who struggle to overcome it on their own, and who would like to strengthen their resolve to protect themselves against worldly influences.  The PASG meetings provide a safe place for honest sharing because we adhere to the principles of confidentiality and anonymity, and we use appropriate language and behavior to invite the Spirit to be with us.