Contact NAMI at 719-315-4975 for current information about support groups in the Southeastern Colorado region. 
The Harbor is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt nonprofit organization, your contribution may be tax deductible. 
Donations to the Harbor to support our programs may be addressed to: 
Board of Directors 
Friendly Harbor Community Center 
2713 N Grand Avenue 
Pueblo, CO 81003 

The Friendly Harbor is thrilled to be partnering with other community agencies to provide the best possible resources for people in recovery or seeking recovery from mental health and substance use challenges. Some of the agencies we are working with to provide new mental health and substance use recovery groups include Young People in Recovery’s All Recovery Group, Crossroads SMART Recovery Group, NAMI Southeast Colorado Peer to Peer support groups, and the PCA Clubhouse  ( Below is a calendar of our pre-COVID-19 support groups and events.  We are working on getting all of these groups and more up and running virtually, but the following are the ones that are ready to go.  We hope you will join the groups.  If you have difficulty making the online connections, please call the group facilitator well ahead of the scheduled group.


In addition to offering support groups, you can arrange to meet virtually, just talk on the phone, or make an appointment for a COVID-safe face-to-face meeting with one of our peer specialists by calling our Warm Line (719-621-7815).  Or maybe you just want some entertainment to break the monotony of Safer at Home.  Try one of these links:

 The Hilarious World of Depression is funny, serious, and will assure you that you are not alone. (Click here to visit the website)

The next link was designed by and for adolescents, but it offers some fine stuff for adults as well.


Struggling with depression, or had it at some point? Join us for the Beating Depression group on Tuesday’s at 11:30 am Mountain Time to learn skills to help you or teach skills that have worked for you. To join, click the link below or call in on your phone at the number below and enter the meeting ID. Having trouble getting on? Call Jonathan at 719-299-1544 for help.

Phone number:  +1 301 715 8592 US

 Meeting ID: 369 225 8778


Join us for the Rescue Mission DBT-S Skills Group on Monday’s and Friday’s. The group will address for substance recovery skills and life skill’s to help you handle stress and the hard situations in life. The link can be found at and can be sent to individuals who want to join. We hope to see you there!

If you want to meet with Jonathan outside of group time for peer support, please contact him by calling 719-299-1544 or emailing him at, and he will set up a time to meet with you. We hope to see you there!

Topic: Monday’s Rescue Mission DBT-S Skills Group

Time: Monday’s at 09:30 AM.

Where? On zoom, click the link below to join. 

Meeting ID: 867 5689 8774


Topic: Friday’s Rescue Mission DBT-S Skills Group

Time: Friday’s at 2 PM.

Where? On zoom, click the link below to join. 

Meeting ID: 851 8302 2460

How to Stay Motivated at Home Group

Struggling to stay motivated at home? Join our zoom group How to Stay Motivated at Home Group Monday’s at 11 am Mountain Time. We have some skills to share with those that join. We encourage others to share the skills that have helped them as well! To join the group, click the link below or call the number below and enter the meeting ID. Having trouble getting on? Call Jonathan at 719-299-1544 for help.

Phone Number:    +1 301 715 8592 US

Meeting ID: 369 225 8778

Click to download the FH Activities Calendar – March 2020


Friendly Harbor Group Descriptions

Mental Wellness Support Group: This group involves a check-in session focused on individual’s mental health and/or concerns they need to discuss. There is a light topic for discussion followed by goal setting for the week.

Anxiety and Depression Group: This group involves a check- in session focused on the topic of anxiety and depression. It explores coping mechanisms to manage symptoms followed by a light topic for discussion.

Coping Skills Group: This is a DBT skills guided problem-solving group that is focused on teaching skills for managing mental health symptoms or issues that arise in daily life. Each week a Dialectical Behavioral Therapy skill is presented, taught, and discussed.

Stress Management Group: This group explores relaxation techniques and coping skills for managing stress. Participants are welcome to discuss recent stressors and discuss ways to cope with each stressor.

Skills for Trauma Survivors: This is a peer supported group that teaches skills such as meditation and grounding exercises for dealing with trauma. Shared ideas for coping is welcomed.

Perinatal Support Group: Support for pregnant women and parents with infants up to 1 year. Topics include postpartum mood disorders, family support, parenting skills, and transition from pregnant to parenthood.

Double Trouble in Recovery Group: This group is for persons active in and recovering from co-occurring substance use and mental health issues.

Music Group: This is a social group that explores expression through music.

Cooking Group: Planning, preparing, and enjoying a shared meal. *will involve clean up afterwards.

All Recovery Group: All Recovery group is peer facilitated and focuses on substance use recovery. The philosophy behind All Recovery is meeting you where you are at in your recovery process.

Art Group: Join us for exploring art with a variety of mediums. This is a group activity that can include time to share while creating beautiful art. No experience required.

Community Meeting: This is a meeting for harbor staff, volunteers and community members to discuss updates and/or concerns regarding the Friendly Harbor.

Labyrinth Group: is a group aimed at new ways to use walking meditation to add to your insight into yourself based on being asked to think about something and applying it to yourself.

Circle of Parents: At the Friendly Harbor, it’s a branch of a statewide effort to connect struggling parents to share tips and resources, focusing on protective factors and parental resilience.

Philosophy Group: is an opportunity to explore ideas of different ideologies in relation to the study of the fundamental nature of knowledge, reality and existence.

Channeling Positive Vibes: takes a look at the many skills we can add to our lives in order to lead better and more positive lives. Such skills are journaling, gratitude lists, changes in body chemistry when you smile and much more.

SMART Recovery: “a science-based addiction support group where we learn self-empowering skills and support each other in our recovery.”-SMART Recovery. A Friendly Harbor Community Partnership with Crossroads Turning Points, Inc.