6:00 am



7:00 am



9:00 am


10:00 am


12 noon


5:30 pm


7:00 pm


7:30 pm


8:00 pm
7:30 am
Westside 
Eye-Opener
Discussion
Meeting

9:30 am
Knuckleheads
Open 
Discussion
Stepping Stones  
Group  
 
Big Book
Study
(open discussion 
meeting)


Back to Basics Group
(open)

Noon Discussion
Meeting
(open)

Al-Anon
Discussion
Al-Anon
Beginner's
Meeting
(open)

Westside 
Eye-Opener
Discussion
Meeting

Pre-Dawn
Meditation
Meeting

Pre-Dawn
Meditation
Meeting

Westside 
Eye-Opener
Big Book Study
Open  Meeting
Noon Discussion
Meeting
(open)

Don't Worry
Be Happy
Group
Open 
Discussion

Living Sober
Book Study
(open)
Noon 
Discussion
Meeting
(open)


Westside 
Eye-Opener
Discussion
Meeting

Pre-Dawn
Meditation
Meeting

Pre-Dawn
Meditation
Meeting

Westside 
Eye-Opener
Step Study
Open Meeting
Noon 
"One Step 
at a Time"
Open Discussion
Dusty S.

Back to 
Basics Group
(open)

Down by 
the Creek
Talking Circle
(open)
CMA
Discussion
Meeting
(open)
Don't Worry
Be Happy
Group
Open 
Discussion
Noon Discussion
Meeting
(open)


Westside 
Eye-Opener
Living Sober
Discussion

Pre-Dawn
Meditation
Meeting

Westside 
Eye-Opener
Discussion
Meeting

Don't Worry
Be Happy
Men's Group
Open 
Discussion
10:30 am
Women's
Group
Discussion
(open)
Noon Discussion
Meeting
(open)
Saturday 
Evening 
Speaker's 
Meeting
Al-Anon is an international "fellowship of family members and close friends of the alcoholic in their lives, who  practice the twelve steps, in order to learn to cope with the problems associated  his or her drinkin and to understand and encourage the alcoholic". They try to help other families and close friends of alcools by sharing their experience, strength and hope with them. Alateen is part of Al-Anon and is their Twlve-step program of recovery for young people, generally ages 13 to 19, who are affected bythe alcoholic in their lives. Alateen groups are sponsored by Al-Anon members.                 

Al-Anon was formed in 1951 by Lois Wilson, wife of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) co-founder Bill Wilson. She recognized the need for such an organization as family members living with AA members began to identify their own diseases associated with their family members' alcoholism. 
1769 South Eighth Street . Colorado Springs . Colorado . 80905
Clean Slate Weekly Meeting Schedule
All meetings at Clean Slate Meeting Place are meetings of Alcoholics Anonymous, except Al-anon and CMA (referenced below the meeting schedule).  All AA meetings are open to anyone who wishes to attend, except those designated  as  "closed". Closed meetings are for alcoholics and/or alcoholic-addicts ONLY.
The Clean Slate Meeting Place web site is not endorsed by AA, NA, CA, or any other 
12 Step recovery program but is guided by their principles. Please visit our 
"Links & Info"  page to find official 12 Step web sites.

Crystal Meth Anonymous (CMA) is an organization that follows a twelve-step program for recovered and recovering methamphetamine addicts, in order that they may help others recover from their addiction. At present, there are two CMA meetings a week at Clean Slate, It is suggested that methamphetamine addicts refrain from using alcohol, inhalants, or any other drug not taken as prescribed by a doctor. While CMA is not affliated with Alcoholics Anonymous, many members use Alcoholics Anonymous' "Big Book" as a guide for their program, while others use  the "Basic Text" of Narcotics Anonymous, or that of other 12-step programs. 
1769 South Eighth Street . Colorado Springs . Colorado . 80905

Pre-Dawn
Meditation
Meeting

Pre-Dawn
Meditation
Meeting
Beyond Belief
Discussion
Meeting
(open)