Support Groups

Our peer-led support groups focus on continuing the recovery process of rebuilding, recovering, and renewing lives through various support groups, facilitating healing and long-term recovery through shared experiences, empathy, and mutual support. All with the Love of Christ. 

Support Groups

Living Free supports individuals and families affected by substance use through faith-based support groups. The aim is to offer hope, unconditional love, and ongoing recovery support. The focus is on rebuilding, recovering, and renewing lives, aiming for lasting change from within and achieving lifelong freedom and full potential.

Men’s Fraternity

Mondays 7-9 p.m.

Imagine the transforming power of men coming together to honestly examine their lives and take the courageous steps necessary to embrace authentic biblical manhood. Men’s Fraternity aims to empower men in recovery to recover and heal life-hindering wounds while building a more compelling vision of masculinity that will bless their lives and those around them.

* Option to purchase course materials

Women of Worth

Tuesdays 06:30-8:30 p.m.

Women of Worth is a peer-led, safe environment for women in recovery from addiction or women who have been negatively impacted by a loved one who struggles with addiction.  W.O.W. is a place to develop and learn how to renew friendships based on a genuine relationship with God.  

* Option to purchase course materials

The Way

Tuesdays 7:00 – 9:00 p.m.

The Way is a men’s study group within the realm of recovery, welcoming all men. The primary focus is fostering a deeper connection with God to enhance individual recovery journeys. The group aims to help rebuild men by nurturing a meaningful relationship with God, leading to more fulfilling connections with others. Active participation involves prepared discussions on group-presented materials. Additionally, members strive to explore healthy Biblical interactions with fellow men, fostering mutual support in recovery and life.

* Option to purchase course materials

Real Life Recovery

Wednesdays 7-9 p.m.

Real Life Recovery is a peer-led, 12-step, 8-principle support group available to all seeking healing and recovery from life issues, especially those related to substance use disorders. Whether you are recovering from addictive behaviors or are the family member or loved one of someone seeking change in their life, this group will offer you the knowledge and support you need. Weekly step teachings followed by small group breakdowns allow for an ideal environment for healing. This group is open to those interested in recovery from a substance use disorder and associated behaviors. We have leaders who are devoted to assisting family members and loved ones.

Lasting change starts from the inside.

Living Free is committed to offering hope and unconditional love to individuals and families impacted by substance use. We provide powerful principles of recovery along with a faith-based approach resulting in lifelong freedom and achievement of one’s full potential.