Find Freedom from Addiction
addiction is not your identity
Hope for Addiction is different. We are a community walking together through the struggles of everyday life. You aren't alone. Join us and learn HOW to live free from substances. There is hope, and lasting change is possible. You may be lost in the hopelessness of your addiction but you don't have to stay there and you don't have to be alone. Join us today at a Recovering Hope meeting and start your journey to freedom.
We want to walk with you as you start your new life!
Recovery Meeting near me:
Center Church Gilbert, AZ
If you are weary of fighting addiction and sin with little success and no real change, this is the group for you. If you are suffering because of the choices you or your loved one has made in the midst of your or their addiction, join us. We are a group of people that understand the struggle and know the way out - through Christ. We talk about HOW the gospel can be applied to our lives, addiction or not, so we can live free from the chains of sin.
Jim, Grace and Randy
Recovery Meeting Leaders
Thursdays @ 7pm
Starting over is hard. Suffering is overwhelming. Where do you start? If you're trying to overcome hurt or you feel trapped, we have a safe place for you. Connect with us today to find help overcoming your struggles.
Recovering Hope meetings are real conversations about real life, real pain and suffering.
Recovery Meeting in Gilbert AZ
This meeting location is only two miles away from the popular Downtown Gilbert area. Here you will find the famous Gilbert Water Tower that lights up beautifully at night. There are many favorite dining options such as O.H.S.O Brewery, Culinary Dropout, The Porch, Joe's BBQ and many more bars and restaurants. Downtown Gilbert is a very family and dog friendly area that hosts a farmer's market on Saturday mornings.
The Town of Gilbert is one of the fastest growing cities in America. Gilbert has received many accolades, such as being ranked as the 2nd Safest City and the 22nd Best Place to Live. This does not make Gilbert immune to addiction. In fact, the growing population of almost a quarter of a million people, means a growing addiction problem.