Sober holiday events, Laguna Hills

Sober Holiday Activities in Mission Viejo, Aliso Viejo, Lake Forest and Laguna Hills

Holiday Clean and Sober Events 2022
Living more Fully in Recovery

Holidays can present you with triggers, remind you of times when drugs and alcohol were expected, and cause you to fear your new freedom from drugs and alcohol. Try to avoid the people and behavior which accompany drug and alcohol use. This is a time to find activities and relationships which are more fulfilling and long-lasting.

To maintain your physical and emotional recovery and well-being, build a weekly activity plan and take your posse/ supportive others. Avoid slippery places and people. Bring a sober friend or supportive family member and bookend with a meeting if you have to attend slippery holiday events.

Ask other sober people what has helped them and what they do for the holidays. Take sober friends and bookend slippery places and events with a meeting.

When you feel a craving or feel upset or down, talk about it with someone who will appreciate your confidence. Find something nice to do for someone or something constructive to contribute.

Following are some ideas to have a great sober holiday around Laguna Hills, Mission Viejo, Lake Forrest, Aliso Viejo. Bring a supportive or sober friend and contribute to making their holiday nicer!

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Sober Holiday Activities in Mission Viejo, Aliso Viejo, Lake Forest and Laguna Hills

Part of engaging in recovery is building clean and sober relationships and participating in sober activity. Strengthen your recovery by participating:

NOV 19 – DEC 19, 10am – 7pm, Laguna Beach, Sawdust Art Festival, Laguna Canyon Rd., Sawdust Winter Fantasy

NOV 25 – DEC 18, San Juan Capistrano, Camino Real Playhouse, A Christmas Carol

NOV 25 – JAN 1, Costa Mesa, Orange County Fair Grounds, Winter Fest OC

DEC 2 – 24, Costa Mesa, South Coast Repertory, Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol

DEC 9 – 22, 6:00 – 9:00pm Corona Del Mar, Sherman Library and Gardens, Coast Hwy, Annual Nights of 1000 Lights

DEC 9 – 10, 6:00 – 7:00 pm Dana Point, Harbor, Annual Boat Parade of Lights

DEC 10, 10:00am, Laguna Niguel, Crown Valley Pkwy, Holiday Parade

DEC 10, 7:30 – 9:30pm  Los Alamitos- UCC Church Katella Ave.- Twin Town Treatment Centers Alumni Association Holiday Party

DEC 13, 8:00 – 9:30 pm, Los Angeles, Disney Concert Hall, A Chanticleer Christmas

DEC 14, 5:30 – 8:00pm, Newport Beach, Pier, Christmas Boat Parade

DEC 15, 12:00 – 4:00pm, Newport Beach, 1600 W. Balvoa Blvd., Newport Holiday Market

DEC 21, 9:30 – 10:30am Costa Mesa, Barn Life Recovery, 16th St., Trauma Release Wednesday

  • South Orange County AA CENTRAL OFFICE: Laguna Niguel 92677, 949-582-2697 (24 Hours) email:, Office Hours: Weekdays: 10am – 5pm
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  • Secular Organizations for Sobriety,
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  • Orange County Crisis Line: (800) 273-8255
  • AL ANON = Al-Anon, Alanon Los Angeles Office   760.7122
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  • CEA HOW = Compulsive Eaters Anonymous Los Angeles Office   549.5331
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  • CODA = Codependents Anonymous Los Angeles Office   969.4995
  • DA= Debtors Anonymous California Office 310.822.7250
  • MA = Marijuana Anonymous Los Angeles Office        310.943.9228
  • NA = Narcotics Anonymous Los Angeles Office   933.5395 NA (310) 372-9666
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  • SCA = Sexual Compulsives Anonymous Los Angeles Office 570.2659
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  • UA = Underearners Anomyous Los Angeles Office