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To protect our community, The Fellowship Hall is temporarily closed due to the presence of COVID-19 in Gallatin County.
This decision was made in accordance with best-practices from the CDC and public health agencies.
Click each section below for alternative resources to help you stay connected while social distancing.
Remember, social distancing does not have to mean isolating.
Online Meetings of Al-Anon Family Groups
Online Meetings of Alcoholics Anonymous
Online Meetings of Marijuana Anonymous
- Find a Meeting of Marijuana Anonymous
- MA Bozeman Online Meeting Tuesdays, 7:00 pm
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Online Meetings of Narcotics Anonymous
Bozeman Beginnings – Nightly at 7:30 p.m.
From your phone or your computer, join the zoom meeting (linked below) at our usual meeting time of 7:30 every day.
Meeting ID: 694 084 2418
We encourage you to make yourself some coffee, join us for some recovery, and pass this message on to anyone who is looking for some NA.
Statewide Montana Region of Narcotics Anonymous – Meetings four times daily
Topic: Thursday Women’s Meeting
Time: Starting Mar 26, 2020 Weekly at 08:30 PM Mountain Time (US and Canada)
Join Zoom Meeting https://zoom.us/j/362239376
Meeting ID: 362 239 376
Phone Audio Only +1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose)
Topic: 9 a.m. NA Meeting
Time: Every Friday and Sunday 09:00 am.m Mountain Time (US and Canada)
Join Zoom Meeting https://zoom.us/j/905489644
Meeting ID: 905 489 644
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- Recovery: Freedom From Our Addictions by Russell Brand
- www.recoveryelevator.com/podcasts – 265 ~ 1hr episodes of stories and lessons in recovery
- Transitions Daily Alcoholics Anonymous Recovery Readings Podcast
- Follow The Fellowship Hall’s Facebook Page for real-time updates specific to The Fellowship Hall
Speaker Meeting Recordings (Various Fellowships)
- “Bridge to Shore” Alcoholics Anonymous Speaker Recordings
- Narcotics Anonymous Speaker Recordings
- recoverytapers.com Speaker Recordings (AA, AFG, HA, ACA)
Resources to help you stay informed about COVID-19
We help those struggling with drugs, alcohol, and other addictions, by providing a safe, welcoming, accessible facility for recovery programs.
The Hall is centrally located and offers affordable meeting space for people seeking to take their lives back and experience the joy of recovery. The Fellowship Hall is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. The groups who utilize the building contribute rent, but this income covers only 50% of annual operating expenses. The Hall depends upon private donations to make up the difference.
Meetings & Groups
The programs offered at The Fellowship Hall have enabled countless members of our community to recover from alcoholism and addiction to drugs, food, gambling, or sex. The Hall also hosts meetings to support those who have had the devastating experience of watching a loved one — a partner, parent, child, or friend — wrestle with a disease of addiction.
Why it Matters
The recovery programs offered at the Fellowship Hall have enabled countless members of our community to break free from addiction and live fulfilling, joyful lives. Statistics from the Montana Department of Justice indicate that 1 in every 10 residents of Gallatin County is dependent on or is actively abusing alcohol or drugs. Addiction is recognized by the American Medical Association as an incurable disease that is progressively destructive and eventually fatal if left untreated.
In 2011, an anonymous donor made an incredible gift in order to create this permanent location for programs aimed at preventing and treating addiction. Thanks to that donor’s generosity, every week the Hall hosts approximately 50 recovery meetings and receives approximately 900 visits.
You can help to provide an environment where healing from addiction takes place through prevention, education, outreach, and recovery. Let’s stand together in support of recovery.
We would not be here without the support of private donations – in fact, they cover 50% of The Hall’s operating costs! The Hall is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization.
In keeping with the mission of The Fellowship Hall, our space is available only for meetings and events that are focused on recovery. Please e-mail us if you are interested in more information.