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​Na​​vigating  Recovery 

No Judgement.​ Free Recovery Support. The Door's Open.

 Recovery Support Groups

We offer Support groups for Substance abuse Recovery allowing people to join together with others who share similar backgrounds, struggles, and experiences. This includes the facilitators. These groups are helpful whether you are interested in a support group as the first step in your journey to recovery or you would like to participate in the group as support to remain sober or help new members fight the urge.

Family and Friends Support Group

We understand how hard it can be to worry about the health of a loved one with an addiction and we are here to support you. If you're wondering how to convince someone to reach out for help. Approach your loved one with love and without judgment, joined with other supportive family members or friends. You have more leverage than you think to persuade them to make the right choice. If they are willing, we’re happy to talk with them or help you find an interventionist.

Recovery Planning & 1:1 Peer Support

Rhonda is a compassionate peer support specialist who assists and guides clients. She conducts regular one-on-one support meetings, develops recovery strategies, coordinates client schedules and logistics, and responds to any emergencies as needed.

Combining Soberlink monitoring with coaching is a great way to stay accountable and on track.

With her passion for helping people as a peer support specialist and advocate, she's empathetic and possesses exceptional interpersonal communication skills. Rhonda can quickly identify warning signs in clients and provide effective interventions and emotional support.


What a Peer recovery support specialist does.

Responds to call-outs and client emergencies as needed.

Meets with clients regularly to offer personal support.

Developing recovery plans, coping methods, and rehabilitation strategies with the client.

Arranging medical appointments, therapy sessions, support groups, and other resources to aid the client.

Reporting any unusual behavior, conflicts, or recovery deviations to the relevant professionals.

Liaising with family members and medical professionals regularly.

Conducting assessments and providing feedback to the client, medical professionals, and the family.

Navigating Recovery is a Colorado non-profit offering free recovery support to anyone in need.


Your donations help us continue to offer support to the community. Thank you!

We offer FREE help in navigating your recovery journey.


~Certified Soberlink Provider

~ Face to Face In-person support groups.

~Virtual and 1:1 support meetings

~Help you find a treatment/ rehabilitation or detox program.

~We offer support to family and friends affected by addictive behavior.

~Link you to other community resources, such as medication-assisted treatment and outpatient programs.

~Licensed Practical Nurse on staff to answer questions you may have about medication-assisted programs.

Recovery gives you a second chance at life!

720.225.7650

Everyone is welcome to join us.

Navigating Recovery will not discriminate against anyone interested or receiving assistance or services based on race, color, religion, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, political beliefs, disability or veteran status, or reprisal or retaliation for prior civil rights activity or any other the classification protected by federal, state and local laws.