During this difficult time of building closure, we're unable to host recovery programs. We are aware of a directory of online AA meetings.
For the past 40 years, Trinity has opened its doors and provided a home to several Alcoholics Anonymous groups.
This is a ministry that we don't see much but its an extremely important ministry that gives people who struggle with addiction a place to meet, discuss their issues and experience the healing power of the 12 step program.
We also are home to an Al-anon meeting, for those whose loved ones struggle with addiction as well as Narcotics Anonymous that was originally a court mandated treatment program for people re-entering society after incarceration. They hold a series of recovery dances at Trinity during the year, usually around holidays to help with the anxiety associated with the holidays.
They encourage the younger generation to attend to show them they don’t need to resort to old habits to get through tough times. These dances are fundraisers for the different programs that Narcotics Anonymous runs throughout the year.