B-12 is a Bible-based, Christ-centered, 12-Step program.  In UCCC’s B-12 meeting. At UCCC’s B-12 meeting, you will find an independent, open, co-educational group meeting for persons afflicted with alcoholism, drug addiction, other substance dependencies, co-dependent issues, or family dysfunction, as well as people re-entering the community from detoxification or treatment facilities.  This faith-based meeting is held every Monday at 7:00 p.m. in UCCC’s Fellowship Hall at 4626 NW 8th Avenue in Gainesville.

B-12 is a resource for those seeking support as they travel the difficult and challenging road of recovery from addiction, co-dependency and alcoholism.  B-12 is not designed to replace counseling, medical care, personal effort, or any other support group or program.  It is designed with one purpose in mind: to provide a safe place where those in recovery can voice their opinions and life experiences without fear of condemnation, rejection or judgment.


B-12 is not a religious organization or counseling agency.  It is not a treatment center.  It does not express opinions on issues outside the confines of addiction and alcoholism recovery, nor does it endorse outside enterprises.

B-12 uses the English Standard Version of the bible along with our own specially created “Recovery Supplement.” We also use other translations of the Bible and 12-step materials and resources as a guideline.  Non-Christians are welcome to attend meetings.

Contact: Ron McQuinn,
Direct Recovery line: 352-301-2604

B-12 Brochure and 12-Step References