Loyola Marymount University offers a number of support groups including Alcoholics Anonymous, Refuge Recovery, Al-Anon, SMART Recovery and more. Meeting times and places for support groups are as follows:
Alcoholics Anonymous/Narcotics Anonymous
- Mondays: 8-9pm; Malone 455 (Dean's Boardroom) A student-led, 12-Step Fellowship for those whom may have had, or have had, a drinking or drug misuse problem. Narcotics Anonymous uses the traditional 12-step model that has been adapted for people with varied substance misuse issues. Attendance is open to anyone who wants to do something about his or her drinking or drug misuse problem.
Women for Recovery
- Tuesdays: 6-7pm; Journey to Emotional Sobriety; Leavey 5, Room 307 Women only. Leavey 5, Room 307. A student-led, women-only group, focused on self-compassion and skills-building to cope with the uncomfortable feelings and expectations unique to women.
- Fridays: 4-5pm; Leavey 5, Room 307 A confidential, clinician-led meeting based on the principles of harm reduction. This innovative, informative, and science-rich approach is open to any student who is seeking to cut back on the frequency or intensity of their marijuana use.
- Thursdays: 12-1pm; Leavey 5, Room 307 Medical doctor-led meeting for those seeking support to help cope with someone else’s drinking or drug problem.
- Thursdays: 7:30-8:30pm; Leavey 5, Room 307 Student led, science-based approach empowering people to achieve independence from alcohol or drug problems by, 1. Enhancing motivation. 2. Learning to cope with urges. 3. Managing life’s challenges in a more sensible and effective way. 4. Developing a more positive, balanced, and healthy lifestyle.
Eating Disorders Anonymous
- Wednesdays: 9-10pm; Leavey 5, Room 307 A student-led recovery group for all people who have struggled, or are struggling with, disordered eating and/or negative body image. Meetings are loosely based on the Alcoholics Anonymous 12-step process.
Alcohol & Drug Education
E-Chug is a completely confidential, self-diagnostic survey that will provide you with insight into your relationship with alcohol.
E-Toke is a completely confidential, self-diagnostic survey that will provide you with insight into your relationship with marijuana
LMU Heads Up!
LMU Heads Up! is a campus-wide responsible drinking project at Loyola Marymount University.
Marijuana Anonymous is a fellowship of people who share our experience, strength and hope with each other that we may solve our common problem and help others to recover from marijuana addiction.
Local Standing Marijuana Anonymous Meetings
Learn more about Marijuana Anonymous and other meetings.
1334 Post Ave - Center
1350 N. Cherokee Ave - Park
Redondo Beach, 6:30pm
2603 Matthew Ave - Church
West LA, 7:30pm
1835 Stoner Ave - Rec Center
Culver City, 8:00pm
5875 Grand View Blvd - Church
3333 Skypark Dr - Center
1125 N. McCadden Pl - Center
Culver City, 8:00pm
6666 Green Valley Circle
Sherman Oaks, 8:00pm
14115 W Magnolia Blvd
West Hollywood, 8:30pm
9021 Melrose Ave
7929 Melrose Ave - Center