• 3 Point Club meetings as normal call 542-6347 for meeting times.

  • Great Escape limiting meetings to the first 10 who show up.

  • World of Spirit (Monday) is meeting as normal.

  • Young People’s Group (Tuesday, Friday, and Sunday) has changed its name to “Not My Homegroup” and is meeting in person outside (weather permitting).

  • Primary Purpose Wednesday meeting as normal.

  • Rocky Mountain Big Book Study has moved to Tuesday night at 6:30 pm at the Assembly of God Church, 2000 Troy Ave. They are meeting in person.

  • Primary Purpose Saturday Meeting (Closed) is meeting at the Divine Science Church, 115 E. Routt at 9:00 am.

  • There is a new in person meeting at the Pueblo Rescue Mission (728 W. 4th St.) Saturday evenings at 7:00 pm.

  • Joyful Journey is meeting as normal.

  • Recovery Room (Pueblo West) limiting meetings to the first 10 who show up but have a zoom meeting (information below).

  • Sisters in Serenity (Pueblo West) is limiting meetings to the first 10 who show up.

  • Canon City Brownbaggers meeting as normal.


  • 20/20 Vision for you Sunday 6:00 PM meeting #72240075563 password 386123.

  • Recovery Room Monday thru Saturday 6:45 AM meeting# 562 162 276 password 745924.

  • Young People’s Alternative 5:30 PM on Tuesday, Friday, and Sunday.  Meeting# 830 0849 8480 password 370576.

If you are aware of any other meetings that are meeting and/or have restrictions, please contact the CSO so we can update our list.  Contact by email (csopueblo@gmail.com) or phone (719) 546-1173.


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The Central Service Office of Southern Colorado (CSO) is a service branch of Alcoholics Anonymous including Districts 8,6,& 3 and will be referred in this charter as “CSO”. Its primary purpose is to serve in support of Southern Colorado Groups of Alcoholics Anonymous in their common purpose of carrying the message to the alcoholic who still suffers. The CSO operations are assisted by volunteer personnel whom are guided by the Steering Committee, the Twelve Traditions of Alcoholics Anonymous, and the Twelve Concepts for World Service.