Meetings in Wisconsin

All Regions ⇒ Wisconsin

Subregions:
BrookfieldKenoshaLa CrosseMadison

Meetings:
RD – Rooted in Mindfulness Online
Sunday 9:30 AM - In-person and Online
Types: Language - English, Recovery Dharma, Online Meeting
(11:30 AM CT) RD @ Solutions Recovery Club
Sunday 11:30 AM - In-person
Types: Language - English, Recovery Dharma
(1:00 PM CT) RD Milwaukee Alano Sangha
Sunday 1:00 PM - In-person
Types: Language - English, Recovery Dharma
(7:00 PM CT) RD Open Air @ Madison Perennial Yoga Studio
Sunday 7:00 PM - In-person
Types: Language - English, Recovery Dharma
(6:00 PM CT) RD Fox Valley @ Genesis Club
Monday 6:00 PM - In-person
Types: Format - Book Study, Language - English, Recovery Dharma
(7:00 PM CT) RD Waukesha Sangha – Inquiry Circle/Book Study
Monday 7:00 PM - In-person
Types: Format - Book Study, Format - Inquiry Study, Language - English, Recovery Dharma
(8:00 PM CT) RD Waukesha Sangha – Candlelight Meditation/Open Share
Monday 8:00 PM - In-person
Types: Language - English, Recovery Dharma
MARS is a weekly virtual Meditation and Recovery Space – CT
Tuesday 5:30 PM - In-person
Types: English
Refuge Recovery Kenosha, WI – Wednesdays – 12pm
Wednesday 12:00 PM - In-person
Types: English, Open, Wheelchair Access, Refuge Recovery
(6:00 PM CT) RD Waukesha Sangha – Topic Discussion
Wednesday 6:00 PM - In-person
Types: Language - English, Recovery Dharma
(6:00 PM CT) RD Sheboygan @ Lighthouse Recovery Community Center
Wednesday 6:00 PM - In-person and Online
Types: Language - English, Recovery Dharma, Online Meeting
(6:30 PM CT) RD Milwaukee – Pink House
Thursday 6:30 PM - In-person and Online
Types: Language - English, Recovery Dharma, Online Meeting
Refuge Recovery of La Crosse
Saturday 8:00 AM - In-person
Types: English, Open, Wheelchair Access, Refuge Recovery
(12:00 PM ET) RD @ See Change Incorporated
Saturday 12:00 PM - In-person
Types: Language - English, Recovery Dharma

Our disclaimer!

While the Buddhist Recovery Network will attempt to vet the meetings listed, we cannot officially endorse any meeting, and encourage you to conduct your own due diligence to determine its suitability for your needs. The meetings are potentially a great source of additional support. Whether a meeting is appropriate for your needs, or whether it has the potential to become a key source of support, is a decision only you can make. Please also note that meeting participants or facilitators do not have the authority to speak on behalf of the Buddhist Recovery Network. If you have a negative experience at a meeting, which was related to the way the meeting was conducted, please contact us.