About This Meeting for Professionals in Recovery

Embarking on the path to recovery from drug and alcohol addiction might seem difficult, but that doesn’t mean you need to sacrifice your professional or personal life. At Mountainside NYC, we create a warm and welcoming environment where working professionals can come together and share their successes and challenges with a supportive network of peers on a similar journey. Led by our experienced facilitators, we host weekly group discussions on a range of topics including creating professional boundaries, prioritizing self-care, and overcoming setbacks to assist you in developing the necessary skills to manage daily stressors, while achieving a work-life balance in recovery.

The Professionals in Recovery addiction support group is free and open to everyone, no matter what stage of recovery you are in. Join us in person at Mountainside NYC and discover a friendly, sober community focused on wellness and clean living!

Registration is encouraged but not mandatory. Register to attend via Eventbrite.

Where Does the Professionals in Recovery Support Group Meet?

  • Mountainside NYC
    Every Tuesday
    243 W. 18 Street
    New York, NY 10011
    6:30 pm – 7:30 pm (Eastern)

**To maintain the privacy and safety of our community, attending this addiction support group for educational or research purposes is not permitted. However, you may find helpful information through our drug glossary and blog.**

Helpful Articles For Maintaining Sobriety

Recovering from a substance use disorder is not a quick and easy process: it is a lifestyle change that requires dedication and patience. Below are articles that can help you create goals and set you up for a successful recovery journey.

Support Groups

It is often said that the opposite of addiction is not sobriety, but connection. Having a strong support system is paramount to your sobriety and recovery journey. At Mountainside, we offer a wide range of in-person and virtual support groups for individuals in recovery and friends and families with loved ones in recovery. These groups are designed to help you stay connected to like-minded individuals regardless of where you are.

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