SMART Recovery uses tools based on scientifically tested methods for addictive behavior recovery, such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy, and Motivational Interviewing.

SMART Recovery advocates for choice, so that those seeking recovery can choose what works best for them from a toolbox of methods and strategies. The goal of SMART Recovery is for you to move on when you feel confident your addictive behavior is behind you, rather than remaining a permanent participant in the program.

Four Point Program

1. Build and maintain motivation

2. Cope with urges

3. Manage thoughts, feelings and behaviors

4. Live a balanced life

Local Meeting Information

Connecticut College
Student Counseling Services

SMART Recovery for Students
Wednesdays, 4-5pm (during academic year)

SMART Recovery Family and Friends
Tuesdays, 4-5pm (during academic year)

National Office
SMART Recovery
7304 Mentor Avenue, Suite F
Mentor, OH 44060
Tel: 440-951-5357
www.smartrecovery.org

 

SMART Recovery conducts free face-to-face meetings around the world, and also online. Click the 'Meetings' link at www.smartrecovery.org.

 

Alcoholics Anonymouse Meetings in the Area

Sunday10:00 am

0.2 mi

Eye Opener Group

eye

Online

Reservoir St

New London

Monday9:00 am

8.8 mi

Just in Time Group

Quiambaug Fire House

In-person and Online

50 Old Stonington Rd

Stonington

Monday9:00 am

8.8 mi

Quiambaug Virtual

1111

Online

50 Old Stonington Rd

Stonington

MondayNoon

7.2 mi

Noank Firehouse Promises Group

Noank Firehouse

In-person and Online

10 Ward Ave

Noank

Tuesday9:00 am

8.8 mi

Quiambaug Virtual

1111

Online

50 Old Stonington Rd

Stonington

TuesdayNoon

7.2 mi

Ten at Twelve Group

Noank Firehouse

In-person and Online

10 Ward Ave

Noank

Tuesday7:00 pm

1.8 mi

LGBTQ Group

120993

Online

19 Jay St

New London

Tuesday7:30 pm

4.5 mi

Zbierski House Group

Zbierski House/Eastern Point Beach

In-person and Online

1 Beach Pond Rd

Groton

Wednesday9:00 am

8.8 mi

Quiambaug Virtual

1111

Online

50 Old Stonington Rd

Stonington

WednesdayNoon

7.2 mi

Noank Firehouse Group

Noank Firehouse

In-person and Online

10 Ward Ave

Noank

Thursday9:00 am

8.8 mi

Quiambaug Virtual

1111

Online

50 Old Stonington Rd

Stonington

ThursdayNoon

7.2 mi

As Bill Sees It Group

Noank Firehouse

In-person and Online

10 Ward Ave

Noank

Friday9:00 am

8.8 mi

Quiambaug Virtual

1111

Online

50 Old Stonington Rd

Stonington

FridayNoon

7.2 mi

Steps At Noon Closed Group

Noank Firehouse

In-person and Online

10 Ward Ave

Noank

Saturday9:30 am

8.8 mi

Sobriety First Group

Quiambaug Fire House

In-person and Online

50 Old Stonington Rd

Stonington

 

 AL-ANON Meetings in the Area

 

 

New London(using mask & social distancing protocols)

 

Friday - also Via Zoom

7:00 PM 

All Souls Unitarian Universalist Ch

19 Jay Street
Mtg ID: 884 6761 3472
Pwd: 451536

 

Groton  (using mask & social distancing protocols)

Wednesday - Also via Zoom

7:00 PM

St. Andrew Presbyterian Church

310 Fort Hill Rd
Mtg ID: 850 5247 4021
Pwd 027427

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Niantic (using mask & social distancing protocols)

Wednesday - Also via Zoom 

6:00 PM

Baptist Church

443 Main St
Mtg ID: 891 5943 8558
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89159438558

One Hour

Norwich

Saturday - Via Zoom

12:00 PM

Lee Memorial United Methodist Ch

294 Washington St
Mtg ID: 831 4696 6744
Pwd: 121212

 

 

 

Free Hotline Resources

The following hotline resources are free, confidential, and available 24/7:

Al-Anon and Ala-teen hotline line: 800-356-9996 – Counselors provide support to teens and adults who are negatively impacted by alcohol addiction and provide resources to group therapy nearby for ongoing support.

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA): 1-800-662-4357 – English/Spanish speaking counselors provide referrals to treatment facilities, support groups, and community-based services.

National Suicide Prevention: 800-273-8255 – Support to help those in crisis process their emotional distress and prevent suicide.

Drugfree.org: call 855-378-4373 or text 55753 – Counselors provide support and education and guide you to the best course of action.

Free Information Resources

https://alcoholscreening.org/
AlcoholScreening.org is an online screener that helps individuals assess their own alcohol drinking patterns to determine if it is likely to be harming their health or increasing their risk for future harm.

 https://www.moderation.org/bac/bac-men.html

https://www.moderation.org/bac/bac-women.html

http://www.clevelandclinic.org/health/interactive/alcohol_calculator.asp

Tables to help you estimate the Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) you would reach when drinking over a variety of time periods and a (BAC) Calculator.

https://www.collegedrinkingprevention.gov/ParentsandStudents/Students/FactSheets/factsAboutAlcoholPoisoning.aspx

Signs of alcohol poisoning/overdose.