The Bridge Behavioral Health is open to AA/NA/Nar-Anon Meetings again, starting Saturday, December 19, 2020. A few guidelines to keep in mind:
- No shared coffee. (Attendees may bring their own thermos.)
- Masks are required.
- No shaking hands or hugging.
- Chairs will be placed six feet apart.
- Alcohol-based hand sanitizer will be provided in each meeting room for use by attendees.
Research shows that clients who get involved in continuing care after treatment are more likely to remain clean and sober. The Bridge helps people stay sober through a variety of special programs and community events.
For graduates of The Bridge’s outpatient and residential treatment:
- The Continuing Care Group meets weekly in the evening. For more information about the Continuing Care Group, contact Katie Kimmerling, at 402-477-3951 or kkimmerling@TheBridgeNebraska.org
The Bridge sponsors social events like Tailgate Safe and Soberoke, which are alcohol-free and open to the public. In addition, self-help groups, such as AA, NA and Al-anon meet regularly at The Bridge.
Self-Help Groups Open to the Public
Following is a list of meetings held at 7th and K Street at The Bridge Behavioral Health. Please enter through the west doors and take the elevator to the third floor. For additional groups in Lincoln, visit the Lincoln Area AA website.
AA refers to Alcoholics Anonymous. NA refers to Narcotics Anonymous. Both of these groups are for individuals who desire to stop using alcohol and/or drugs or who desire to stay sober. Al-Anon provides support for families and friends of alcoholics.
|Weekday||Meeting Time||Meeting Type||Group||Meeting Place|
|Morning Hope (Speaker)|
Yoga for 12 Step Recovery
|Monday||8:00 PM |
|Host of Friends|
|Tuesday||6:30 PM||NA||Nar-Anon||Gathering Room
|Wednesday||6:30 PM (Zoom Only)|
|Honest Desire (Women's Only)|
|Thursday||7:30 PM||NA||NA Meeting||The Loft|
|Friday||8:00 PM||AA||AA Meeting||Gathering Room|
|Saturday||9:30 AM||AA||Saturday Morning Hope (Men's Only)||The Loft|