Al-anon Family Groups is a 12step program to provide help with experience, strength and hope for friends and families of problem drinkers. Most physical meetings are canceled except Thursday night and Sunday morning. There are online meetings available at https://alanon.org/al-anon-meetings/ electronic-meetings. Call 970-6178456 for information.
Alcoholics Anonymous, a free 12-step program normally meets seven days a week at various locations around Loveland. Members are advised to call 224-3552 or visit northcoloradoaa.org to learn more.
The Alzheimer’s Association has developed a free, live webinar to help families anticipate and prepare for the legal and financial challenges that come with an Alzheimer’s diagnosis. Scheduled for 10-11:30 a.m. April 28, it is one in a series of free webinars offered throughout April. The webinars are offered at no charge, but registration is required. To register, see https:// bit.ly/3m6qsy4 or call the free Alzheimer’s Association Helpline at 800-272-3900.
Depression/bipolar Peer Support Group, a peer drop-in support group that provides a safe place for adults 18 and over with mood disorders, is meeting in person on the first and third Thursday at 6:30-8 p.m. at Zion Lutheran Church, Loveland. Call 970-420-0867 or 970222-4176 for details.
Loveland Lions Club is now meeting in a hybrid format at noon most Wednesdays at the Golden Corral, 1360 Sculptor Drive, Loveland, and via Zoom. On April 14, Dr. Ron Ross will present “Tidbits on Powerful Seniors.” For club details, leave a message at 593-1726 or visit lovelandlionsclubs.org.
Loveland Mountain Club is beginning to plan its upcoming hike schedule, which will follow COVID-19 protocols. Participants must sign the Loveland Mountain Club Waiver of Liability-2020, and must wear masks. Full disclosure of vaccination status is also requested so that hiking and driving in groups can be done safely. Hiking groups will be limited to no more than eight people. Website: lovelandmountainclub.org.
Loveland Rotary Club is meeting in a hybrid format: both by Zoom and in person at noon-1 p.m. Tuesdays at the Mountain View Presbyterian Church, 2500 N. Garfield Ave., Loveland. On April 13 Loveland City Manager Steve Adams will discuss how the city is surviving the pandemic. For details, email Jon Kindschy, club secretary, at email@example.com. Visit lovelandrotary.org.
Narcotics Anonymous, 7 p.m. Tuesday, Unity Club, 102 E. Third St., Loveland. Masks required. A 12-step program for individuals who want to recover from drug addiction. No dues or fees. The only requirement for membership is the desire to stop using. Other meetings are every day of the week in the Loveland area. The local meeting schedule is at otwna.org.
Qualified Listeners, a veteran and family resource hub serving Northern Colorado and southern Wyoming, continues to support veterans and families. Any veteran or family member needing assistance and feeling stuck because everyone else has told them no, is encouraged to call. The group is a resource hub that will listen to individuals’ needs and align them with vetted resources that can assist in both VA and non-va related issues to help reduce stress, lessen anxiety and restore hope. Visit qualifiedlisteners.org/volunteerapp and fill out the form or call 720-6000860. Website: qualifiedlisteners.org.
Rotary Satellite Club of Berthoud will meet via Zoom at 6 p.m. Wednesday, April 14. The Satellite Club is a satellite of the Loveland Rotary Club and meets via Zoom the second and fourth Wednesdays each month. Guests are welcome. For information, contact Jan Grack, secretary/treasurer at firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit facebook.com/berthoudsatellite.
Club Notes runs on Mondays to offer information about area clubs and support groups. Submit information about meetings by the Wednesday before it should run by emailing to email@example.com.