Adult Children of Alcoholics and Dysfunctional Families: Meets in Loveland to share the experience of growing up in an environment with abuse and neglect. ACA provides a safe, nonjudgmental environment that allows members to grieve their childhoods and conduct an honest inventory of themselves and their families to identify and heal core trauma and experience freedom from shame and abandonment. For meeting schedule, visit the Facebook page: Loveland Group of Adult Children and Dysfunctional Families. Al-anon Family Groups: A 12-step program to provide help with experience, strength and hope for friends and families of problem drinkers. Meetings are now in person in Loveland and Berthoud. Call 970-617-8456 or visit al-anon.org/al-anonmeetings/find-an-al-anonmeeting for a complete Colorado meeting list. Alcoholics Anonymous: A free 12-step program normally meets seven days a week at various locations around Loveland. Members are advised to call 970224-3552or visit northcoloradoaa.org to learn more. 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 Thursday at 6:30-8 p.m. at Zion Lutheran Church, 815 E. 16th St., Loveland, and on the third Thursday at 6:30-8 p.m. at Harmony Presbyterian Church, 400 E. Boardwalk Drive, Fort Collins. Call 970-4200867 or 970-222-4176 for details. High Country Handiworkers 4-H Club: Met March 13 at the Mckee Building at The Ranch in Loveland. Members discussed this year’s 4-H Carnival and suggestions for next year, voted on new T-shirt designs and spoke about dog competitions and hunter’s education. Several members attended leader training to become certified shooting sports leaders. Members also offered demonstrations on clay throwing, flowers and bees and on how to make plaster, an air rifle and a rubber egg. The next meeting will be 7 p.m. April 10 at the Mckee Building at The Ranch in Loveland. For more information, visit hch4h.org or search for hch4hclub on Facebook. Loveland Fishing Club: A group that supports a variety of fishing opportunities and improves Northern Colorado outdoor resources is meeting the third Tuesday of each month, 2-3:30 p.m. at the Chilson Senior Center, 700E. Fourth St., Loveland. The next meeting will be March 21. Meetings are free and open to all. For a full list of projects and to confirm meeting dates visit lovelandfishingclub.org. Loveland Lions Club: Meets in person at noon most Wednesdays at the Golden Corral, 1360Sculptor Drive, Loveland. Kathryn Yuma of Hearts & Horses will be in attendance of the March 22 meeting. For club details, leave a message at 970-593-1726 or visit lovelandlionsclubs.org. Loveland Mountain Club: Meets the first Monday of the month at Grace Community Church, 240 Barberry Place, Loveland, located off 14th Street Southwest, east of Taft Avenue and west of U.S. 287. Also, the club is still hosting hikes. Hike participants must sign the Loveland Mountain Club waiver of liability. Full disclosure of vaccination status is also requested so that hiking and driving in groups can be done safely. Website: lovelandmountainclub.org. Loveland Photographic Society: Meets in person from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on the second Monday of every month at Chase Bank Building, 200 E. Seventh Street, Suite 200, Loveland. Meetings start with the results of an intraclub photo competition followed by a presentation. The public is welcome to attend. Website: www.lps.cc Loveland Rotary Club: Meets in a hybrid format both by Zoom and in person 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesdays at Mountain View Presbyterian Church, 2500N. Garfield Ave., Loveland. For details, email Jon Kindschy, club secretary, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit lovelandrotary.org. Narcotics Anonymous: A 12-step program for individuals who want to recover from drug addiction. 7 p.m. Tuesday, Unity Club, 102 E. Third St., Loveland. Masks required. 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. Philo: An all women’s nonprofit service organization meets at 7 p.m. on the second Tuesday of every month, September through April, at Trinity Lutheran Church, 3333 Duffield Ave., Loveland. Visit philoloveland.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. Qualified Listeners needs additional volunteer drivers as transportation needs increase as well as volunteer administrators. Visit qualifiedlisteners.org/ volunteerapp, and fill out the form, or call 720-6000860, or email Resource@ Qualifiedlisteners.org. Website: qualifiedlisteners. org.