Support Groups

Grace opens our campus and partners with various support groups that help those in need in our surrounding community.  There are meetings on our campus most days of the week.

Alcoholics Anonymous

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking.

Monday

Noon - AA - Room 4A

7 pm - Graceland AA - Room 4A

 

Tuesday

7 pm - Graceland AA - Room 4A

 

Wednesday

Noon - Graceland AA (Hybrid) - Room 4A

7 pm - Graceland AA - Room 4A

 

Thursday

Noon - Graceland AA - Room 4A

7pm - Graceland AA - Room 4A

 

Friday

Noon - Graceland AA (Hybrid) - Room 4A

7 pm - Graceland AA - (Women Only) Room 4A

7pm - Grapevine AA - Room 4B

 

Saturday

9am - Graceland AA (Hydbrid) - Room 4A

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AL-ANON

Al‑Anon is a mutual support program for people whose lives have been affected by someone else’s drinking. By sharing common experiences and applying the Al-Anon principles, families and friends of alcoholics can bring positive changes to their individual situations, whether or not the alcoholic admits the existence of a drinking problem or seeks help.

Alateen, a part of the Al-Anon Family Groups, is a fellowship of young people (mostly teenagers) whose lives have been affected by someone else’s drinking whether they are in your life drinking or not. By attending Alateen, teenagers meet other teenagers with similar situations. Alateen is not a religious program and there are no fees or dues to belong to it.

Tuesday

Noon - Hope and Serenity Al Anon - Room5B

8 pm - Hope and Serenity Al Anon - Room4B

 

Thursday

Courage to Change Al Anon - Room 5B

 

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FA

Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous (FA) is an organization that believes that Food Addiction is a biochemical disorder that occurs at a cellular level and therefore cannot be cured by willpower or by therapy alone. We feel that food addiction is not a moral or character issue. This Twelve Step program believes that food addiction can be managed by abstaining from (eliminating) addictive foods, following a program of sound nutrition (a food plan), and working the Twelve Steps of the program. After we have gone through a process of withdrawal from addictive foods many of us have experienced miraculous life-style changes. There are no dues or fees required for membership, but only a desire to stop eating addictive foods.

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