EmbarkRECO cultivates powerful, healthy lives by providing peer emotional support and development services to the El Paso County Recovery Community and its allies. We are active members of the Association of Recovery Community Organizations (ARCO).

FEATURED SERVICES: (Spanish Language Friendly)

"Bust A Move"

Recovery Engagement -

Relapse Prevention


1 hour - Thursdays 6p

Medicaid Accepted


Recovery Engagement group involves the development of a schedule of recovery activities that will help patients recognize and manage warning signs as they develop a life of recovery.

Seeking Safety

for Women

1 hour - Fridays 11a

Medicaid Accepted

Have you suffered from a traumatic event and/or do you struggle with substance use? 

Seeking Safety Support Group might be just what you are looking for.


DUI Level I and II


2 hours

Medicaid Accepted

Level II Education

Monday 7p. Saturday 10a.

Level II Therapy

Monday 5p. Saturday 8a.

Level II Alcohol Education

Request additional information about these programs.

Recover The Fun


2 hours - Wednesdays 7p


Recover the Fun groups are centered on the creative arts and are designed to remind us that fun can be had without the use of substances.

Youth Recovery

2 Tracks

1)  Club 180°

Young Adults 18-24


2)  Pivot 

Teen Recovery

High School Ages

3x weekly

Engagement & Fun


Leadership Development

The Clubhouse

Various Times Weekly

At least 12 Colorado Counties have joined to offer recovery support meetings to all of Colorado. Over 70 meetings weekly including 12 Step, Yoga, All Recovery, Medication Assisted Recovery Anonymous, Meditation, women's groups, men's groups, re-entry, and Wellbriety.

Request additional information about these programs.


We engage in co-creative community work with women and transwomen to build new pathways to the higher quality of lives they seek to build for themselves.



1Voz is a ground breaking bi-lingual RCO, focused on serving the Spanish speaking communities, by offering Telephone Recovery Support and Recovery Coach Trainings.

Promotores de Esperanza delivers bilingual resources and services, designed to enhance physical and behavioral health in the Latino communities of Colorado.


We promote racial/ethnic health equity through the provision of culturally and linguistically competent services, designed to minimize barriers in the Latino communities. 

Program Leadership:


Rica Rodriguez, Certified Peer Counselor & Trainer

Lisa Carlson-Ortiz, Certified Peer Counselor & Trainer


Contact us for assistance or to become a volunteer.

Phone:  800-604-8978



Telephone Recovery Support is an innovative, peer to peer, recovery support service. TRS provides weekly phone calls to people in recovery; helping reduce relapse and enhancing the recovery experience. Volunteers are trained to provide support, encouragement and information about recovery resources.


Application for Recipients: If you would like to receive check-in calls from our Telephone Recovery Support volunteers, please fill out the following form. You will be matched with a volunteer and contacted as soon as possible!


Interested in making calls? If you are interested in becoming a Telephone Recovery Support volunteer, please apply for our Volunteer & Intern Program using the link below.


EmbarkPCA has partnered with Colorado-based Recover Simply, to provide in-person recovery coaching services, and virtual TeleHealth recovery coaching for programs, providers, or individuals seeking additional support.


To learn more about Telehealth Services contact Rachel Fowler at:


Phone:  719-398-1317

1102 South 21st Street

Colorado Springs, CO 80904

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