Road 2 Recovery

Join us each week in the Fellowship Hall on  Tuesday @ 6:30pm as we work out our recoveries together and Wednesday @ 6:30pm for our 12-Step Study group.

We welcome you to Road to Recovery, a safe place to address your hurts, habits, and hang-ups in the context of a Faith-based 12-Step program. Generally, a hurt, habit, or hang-up can be anything that keeps you from realizing your full potential as a person. Hurts, habits, and hang-ups can knock you off of God’s plan and throw you into a worldly detour headed toward destruction and despair.

We think you will agree that everyone suffers from a hurt, habit, or hang-up and so everyone can benefit from our program of Recovery.

“There is good news for the poor, release (pardon, forgiveness) to the captives, recovery of sight to the blind, setting free those who are oppressed (downtrodden, bruised, crushed by tragedy).”

Recovery Ministry Leadership Team needs Volunteers:

  • Setup coffee and refreshments
  • Cleanup after the meeting
  • Facilitator for women’s discussion group
  • Announcements
  • Computer screen projector technician

Please contact Pastor Dan Elliott by email:, or by phone 818.321.5014 to volunteer as members of the Recovery Ministry leadership team.

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Where to Find Meetings

Faith Based Meetings
R2R Tuesday Nights at 6:30pm @ Parkside
12 Step Wednesday Nights @ 6:30pm at Parkside
Wednesday Nights 7pm Celebrate Recovery @ 180 Church in Rocklin
Thursday Freedom Recovery at 6:30pm at Freedom Church

NA & AA Meetings
New Hope (NA) Sunday – Saturday: 12pm & 7pm @ Overlook Park
Sunday women’s meeting at 5:30pm

Wayside (NA) 7 nights a week at 7pm @ Parkside
7am Monday-Friday, 6pm All Week, FRI SAT SUN @ 12pm

AA MeetingsNA Meetings; Freedom Recovery
at Freedom Church; Road2Recovery; Faith Fueled Recovery
at Gold Country Church

The sooner that we start asking ourselves the right questions and giving ourselves honest answers, the better our lives will be. The sooner that we begin working the steps, then the sooner that we can see the 12 Step principles come about in our lives, like numerous others before us.