Prescott Arizona Retreat

Discover the Original ‘Why’ and ‘How’ of our Addiction Recovery

“The Steps are like a medicine capsule with 12 ingredients —you take them ALL when you want to get well. How long do you want to stay sick?” Clarence Snyder, one of the first 40 members of A.A.

Experience the Twelve Steps as the A.A. Founders practiced and taught — in a matter of hours! Clarence Snyder and friends reclaimed this process in 1966 when they started weekend retreats. The retreats now number over 35 per year in the world. Early members of AA, such as Dr Bob and Clarence S, took people through the 12 Steps as early in their recovery as possible and in a matter of hours, and that’s what you can experience at this retreat. Clarence’s story is in the first three editions of the Big Book (#11, “The Home Brewmeister”). Using the AA Big Book, the 12 Steps, and the life-changing principles of the Oxford Group, the retreat shows you the way we have recovered from a seemingly hopeless state of mind and body and are now living in freedom from addictions. “…pick up the simple kit of spiritual tools…” as described in the A.A. Big Book, page 25.

July 16th-July 18th

Chapel Rock Conference Center

1131 Country Club Drive
Prescott, Az 86303

  • Multiple housing options available (single, double and bunk beds)
  • Delicious Food: over 5 Meals (Friday dinner through Sunday)
  • Space is limited. Registration and deposit ($75 minimum) to be in by June 16th
  • No refunds after July 2nd
  • Full Payment due by July 16th
  • Check-in begins at 5:00 PM Friday July 16th.

Need a Spiritual Awakening? Take your Steps as the A.A. founders taught!

For questions or to apply for tuition assistance, please contact

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For questions about registration please contact Sara at

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Jul 16 - 18 2021


Check in Begins at 5pm Friday
All Day

Local Time

  • Timezone: America/Denver
  • Date: Jul 16 - 18 2021
  • Time: All Day




Taren Price

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Jolie M.
{928} 669-8470
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