Fall 2021 Meetings

 

Wednesdays at 11 AM

Hybrid Format - Grad/Non-Trad Open Recovery Meeting (focus on graduate and non-traditional students, but open to all)
Student-led meeting, open to those in any type or stage of recovery, as well as those considering recovery. 

In person at Embarcadero Hall 1105

On Zoom - Meeting ID: 87877202983

No password required


Wednesdays at 8:15 PM

Hybrid format - Gauchos for Recovery Open 12-step Meeting
Student-led meeting, open to those in any type of or stage of recovery, as well as those considering recovery. This is not AA or NA or any other formal program, but discussion may center around the concept of the 12 steps. 
In person at Embarcadero Hall 1105
On zoom - Meeting ID: 9702025994
No password needed


Thursdays at 6:30 PM

Zoom format - Al-Anon Meeting
12-step group for loved ones of people with substance use disorders.
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No password needed


Thursdays at 6:00 PM

Zoom format - GFR Open Recovery/Harm Reduction Meeting
Student-led meeting that is for anyone in recovery or considering recovery, even if abstinence is not your goal right now. It is not a 12-step based meeting. 
Zoom meeting ID: 822-0269-9147
No password needed


Fridays at 6:00 PM

In Person Format - Open Recovery Group

Student-led meeting for anyone in recovery or considering recovery. 

Pelican Park - Del Playa between El Embarcadero and Campus


Saturdays at 8:00 PM

Hybrid Format - "Eye of the Storm" Alternative 12-step Recovery Meeting

Student-led meeting for anyone in recovery or considering recovery. It is not a formal 12-step program, but discussion may center around the concept of the 12-steps. 

In person at Embarcadero Hall 1105

Zoom Meeting ID: 886-6283-8664

Many local recovery meetings are being held online. 

Other support meetings are available in the nearby community.

Refuge Recovery 
Narcotics Anonymous 

If you don't find what you need, please contact us.

There are MANY more virtual recovery meetings being offered nationwide! 

GFR offers many other opportunities for support and engagement to enhance your recovery, including:

  • Community support meetings (such as 12-step and open recovery) throughout the week
  • GFR student organization meetings 1-2 times per quarter
  • Regular fellowship activities such as "unity nights," social events and outings, off-campus retreats, etc.
  • Quarterly large-scale events to raise awareness about addiction and recovery

SMART Recovery

SMART is a science-based peer support group for those considering or trying to maintain recovery from substance use. It is focused on self-empowerment and uses science-based skill building. Groups are free and open to all. 

Isla Vista SMART Recovery is currently not being offered, but we hope to resume soon. 

For other SMART meetings in Santa Barbara.  SMART Recovery

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