Meetings at The HILLS Recovery Center

     At The HILLS Recovery Center, we embrace and support the multiple pathways to recovery approach. We know that there is no one-size-fits-all solution to overcoming substance use disorder, and each individual’s journey is unique. That’s why we are dedicated to offering an expanding variety of meetings and group opportunities for those seeking or already in recovery. Whether you resonate with 12-step programs, SMART Recovery, Yoga classes, All-Recovery Meetings, or any other pathway, we have you covered. Our diverse range of meetings ensures that you can find the support and resources that align with your personal preferences and needs.

Our mission is to provide a safe and supportive space where individuals can connect with others who understand their experiences, share their journey, and find inspiration. Here you will find more information on our available meetings and our monthly calendar. Some of our meetings are directly facilitated by staff at The HILLS, and some meetings are unaffiliated and simply hosted here at the center. You can also find regular meeting updates on our facebook page. If you would like to host a meeting here at The HILLS, please contact us!

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Meetings Facilitated by The HILLS Recovery Center Staff:

SMART Recovery

SMART Recovery (Self-Management and Recovery Training) is a global organization that offers an alternative approach to addiction recovery. It is a science-based program that emphasizes self-empowerment, self-reliance, and self-directed change. SMART Recovery utilizes cognitive-behavioral therapy techniques and tools to help individuals overcome addictive behaviors and lead fulfilling lives. The program focuses on building and maintaining motivation, coping with urges and cravings, managing emotions and thoughts, and leading a balanced and sustainable lifestyle.

SMART Recovery meetings provide a supportive and non-judgmental environment for individuals to learn and practice these strategies, exchange ideas, and gain encouragement from others on the recovery journey. By promoting self-empowerment and the development of practical skills, SMART Recovery equips individuals with the resources they need to achieve long-term recovery from addiction or cope with the addiction of a loved one.

SMART Recovery Meetings at The HILLS:

SMART Recovery Family and Friends Support Group  – Mondays, 6pm *Beginning June 3rd!*

SMART Recovery – Wednesdays, 5pm

SMART Recovery for Incarcerated Women  – Thursdays, 10am                                                           


Yoga, as a holistic practice, offers numerous benefits in recovery. It provides a physical, mental, and spiritual approach to healing. Physically, yoga helps individuals in recovery restore their overall health by improving flexibility, strength, and balance. The practice also aids in reducing stress and anxiety, which are common triggers for relapse. Through mindful breathing techniques and meditation, yoga cultivates self-awareness and promotes emotional resilience, enabling individuals to better cope with cravings, triggers, and negative emotions. Additionally, yoga encourages a spiritual connection and a sense of purpose, filling the void that substance abuse may have left behind.

Our yoga class, taught by Katey Branch from Halls Pond Healing Arts, fosters a supportive and non-judgmental community, offering a network of individuals committed to wellness and building a strong foundation for lasting sobriety. Attend 3 classes and get a free mat and yoga block set!

Yoga Meetings at The HILLS:

Beginner-Friendly Recovery Yoga – Thursdays, 5:30pm


Recovery Dharma

Recovery Dharma is a peer-led community that uses inspiration from traditional Buddhist teachings, often referred to as the Dharma, to offer an empowering, mindful approach to healing from addiction and finding personal freedom.

We gather to support each other, seek our own inner wisdom through meditation, and reflect on our recovery journey with compassion.

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Recovery Dharma Meetings at The HILLS:

Recovery Dharma – Wednesdays, 4pm

All Recovery Meetings

An All Recovery Meeting (ARM) is a supportive gathering that provides a safe space for individuals in recovery from any addiction or substance use issue. Unlike traditional 12-step programs that focus on specific addictions, All recovery embraces a more inclusive approach. It offers a non-discriminatory environment where people from different pathways to recovery can come together to share their experiences, support one another, and learn from various perspectives. By focusing on commonalities rather than differences, all recovery meetings promote understanding, acceptance, and non-judgment among its members.

All Recovery Meetings at The HILLS:

Women’s All Recovery Support & Crafting Group – Thursdays, 4pm

All Recovery Meeting – Friday, 12pm

Unaffiliated Meetings:

12 Step Programs

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is an international organization focused on providing help and support to individuals struggling with alcohol addiction. It is a fellowship of people who have experienced alcoholism firsthand and have found recovery through the principles and steps of the program. AA offers an environment where members can openly discuss their challenges, share personal stories, and receive guidance from others who have faced similar struggles.

The organization follows a spiritual approach and encourages its members to surrender to a higher power as a means of achieving and maintaining sobriety. AA meetings serve as the core of the program, allowing individuals to connect with others, gain insight, and offer support to each other on their journey towards lasting recovery.

AA Meetings at The HILLS:

Living Sober Meeting – Sundays, 8:30 am

Big Book Study Meeting – Saturdays, 6pm


Al-Anon is a support organization dedicated to helping families and friends of alcoholics. It is affiliated with Alcoholics Anonymous but focuses specifically on the needs of those affected by someone else‘s drinking problem.

Al-Anon offers a safe and confidential space for individuals to share their experiences and challenges related to living with or being close to an alcoholic. The organization provides guidance, education, and emotional support, empowering its members to develop healthy coping mechanisms and regain control of their lives.

Al-Anon Meetings at The HILLS:

Serenity Seekers Meeting – Thursdays, 6:45 pm

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) is a global fellowship that caters to individuals struggling with drug addiction. Similar to Alcoholics Anonymous, NA follows a 12-step program guided by spiritual principles to help individuals achieve and maintain sobriety. The organization provides a supportive environment where individuals can share their experiences, struggles, and triumphs in their journey to overcome drug addiction.

NA meetings serve as a vital component of the program, allowing members to connect with others and offer mutual support during the recovery process. Through group discussions, mentorship, and shared stories, NA provides a foundation for individuals to rebuild their lives, develop positive coping mechanisms, and embrace a drug-free existence.

NA Meetings at The HILLS:

NA H.O.P.E Group Meeting – Tuesdays, 7pm