• Meeting Information

    Monday, to 8:30 pm

    • In-person

    Open / Co-Ed Group

    Chainbreakers Steps of Faith is a fellowship of men and women who have been affected either directly or indirectly by the use of any mood-altering chemical and/or compulsive behavior. We believe that as we look to a loving God for help, and put into practice those principles for living, which He has given us in His Word, we shall find both the strength and freedom that we need to live productive and happy lives. We strongly believe that our "Higher Power" is Jesus Christ, our Savior and Lord.

    Our five-fold purpose, based directly upon the Word of God is set forth as follows~ 1. To provide fellowship in recovery 2. To be and live reconciled to God and His Family 3. To gain a better understanding of alcohol, any mood-altering chemicals, addictions, and compulsive behaviors.
    4. To be built up and strengthened in our faith in Jesus Christ.
    5. To render dedicated service to ALL others who are suffering as we once suffered.

    We hold no corporate opinions concerning politics, economics, race, philosophy, science, or any other matter not immediately bearing upon our recovery. While we do believe that Jesus is the Christ, the resurrected and living Son of God, we hold no corporate views concerning any denominational preference. Again, ALL are welcome! We practice the suggested 12-Step recovery program of Alcoholics Anonymous, Al-Anon, and various other 12 Step groups. We believe these to be a practical application of these life changing principles, which are so clearly set forth in the Scriptures.

    We welcome anyone who has a desire to stay clean and sober; anyone who has a desire to rise above the pain and turmoil engendered by the addiction of themselves or a loved one; anyone wishing to break the bondage of compulsive behavior; anyone who is not opposed to our general method of recovery. We are here to share our experience, strength and hope with one another. The loving support and genuine caring of fellow members, coupled with daily prayer, meditation and the reading of Scripture, prepares us to experience total freedom and serenity in Jesus Christ, no matter what our outward circumstances might be.

    Attendance at additional 12-Step groups is encouraged. We are dedicated to the principles of anonymity and confidentiality. We guard the anonymity and confidences of other members zealously. Nothing said in these discussions will leave this room in any form. Gossip has no place among us, nor will we share these discussions with outside prayer lists. Our common welfare must come first. Our leaders are chosen not to govern but to serve. We ask everyone to remember, there is only one authority in our group-Jesus Christ, us He expresses.

    Contact: Robyn Newberry

  • A Hope Station (AlcoAides)

    2206 E 3rd St
    Dayton, OH 45403


  • Contact Information

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  • Updated June 4, 2024