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Meetings at Refuge.Church
1901 Brantley Road, Fort Myers, FL 33907
REFUGE FOR RECOVERY (AA)
Tuesday’s at 8pm @ Refuge.Church (Fort Myers)
Refuge for Recovery is an open meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous, meaning anyone can attend. The format of the meeting alternates weekly between a Big Book discussion meeting and a Speaker meeting.
WILLINGNESS ON WEDNESDAY (NA)
Wednesday’s at 5:30pm @ Refuge.Church (Fort Myers)
Willingness on Wednesdays is an open meeting of Narcotics Anonymous, meaning anyone can attend. It is a Just For Today study group.
FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS (AA)
Friday’s at 7:30pm @ Refuge.Church (Fort Myers)
A.A. open to anyone meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous. The format of meeting is discussion, with a speaker last Friday of each month.
Other SWFL AA & NA Meetings
Residential Treatment Centers
Whitesands Treatment Center
Whitesands Treatment Center has a highly experienced staff of board certified doctors, nurses, medical psychiatrists and addiction counselors who provide high-quality care.
SalusCare is a Fort Myers based not-for-profit mental health and substance abuse service provider incorporated in 2013.
Adult and Teen Challenge (Men)
Adult and Teen Challenge provides Christian faith-based, residential care to young people and adults who struggle with life-controlling problems
Males 18-40. By focusing on a narrow demographic, Calusa Recovery provides quality individualized care while cultivating an intimate community of young men committed to living their life, free from addiction.
Males no age range. Offers intensive outpatient therapy for both Males and Females. Pearl Recovery offers a clinical team with decades of experience. Providing individual evidence-based comprehensive addiction treatment tailored to you.
Female and Male housing. No age range. SaulusCare Place is a Recovery Residence located in central Ft Myers where individuals with substance abuse issues and addiction can find a “recovery family”.