Glenwood Springs, Colorado

May 25th - 27th, 2018


An Annual Affair


CCYPAA is the Colorado Conference of Young People in Alcoholics Anonymous. The Purpose of CCYPAA is to carry the message of Alcoholics Anonymous within the young community of Colorado and by hosting an annual conference. CCYPAA provides individuals the opportunity to come together in celebration and share their experience, strength and hope with each other. CCYPAA operates in the spirit of the three legacies of AA: Recovery, Unity, and Service. 

Scholarships are available. The Galaxy is awaiting. Please see the "Attend"  Tab on the Menu above and "Scholarships and Volunteer" to apply. 


Schedule of Events

& Activites

Get ready to be rocketed! With sobriety amounts ranging from 29+ years to counting days and all points in between, our speakers and panelists will inspire while carrying a stellar message of hope! Fill your cup as they let experience, strength, hope flow! And if that isn't enough to get you stoked on this sober thing... Jedi vs. Storm Trooper Capture the Flag, a badass obstacle course and a COSPLAY DANCE. Get your costumes ready and come join us!


Dance Party: Themed...COSPLAY



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Small Meetings


Obstical course

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Enjoy The outdoors




Colorado Mountain College Springs Valley Campus


Our accommodations are part hotel, part college dorm. Feel free to book a room, pick a roommate or let us assign you a life long friend of the same gender.

Welcome to college, you alcoholic you. 

When you arrive, you will be provided a dormitory for the weekend. 

If you're coming alone, we will assign you a roommate of the same sex. The two of you will become lifelong friends. 

If you're coming with friends, please write the name of your roommate. They must also be registered with CCYPAA. 

If you would like to eat in the cafeteria, we appreciate you purchasing a meal plan in advance. There will be a total of (?) meals served over the course of the weekend. Would you like to purchase your meals now? 
If you plan to bring your own food or eat in a nearby town, or if you plan to hunt and kill your meals, so be it.


Slots will fill up fast.

To us, however, it [anonymity] represents far more than a sound public relations policy. It is more than a denial of self-seeking. This Tradition is a constant and practical reminder that personal ambition has no place in A.A. In it, each member becomes an active guardian of the Fellowship.
— pg. 183 Twelve Steps & Twelve Traditions (Tradition 11)