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Finding Hope and Support: AA and NA Meetings in College Park, Maryland

College Park
4 Minute Read | Published Oct 12 2023 | Updated Jan 14 2024
College Park, MD is a bustling college town filled with bright minds and endless opportunities. However, like many other cities, it is not immune to the issue of addiction. Fortunately, there is a strong support system in place for those struggling with substance abuse - AA and NA meetings.

AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) and NA (Narcotics Anonymous) are two support groups that aim to help individuals recover from addiction. These meetings bring together people from all walks of life who share a common struggle. They provide a safe, non-judgmental space where individuals can openly discuss their experiences and support one another on their journey towards recovery.

In College Park, attending AA and NA meetings is an easily accessible option for those seeking support. There are numerous meetings held throughout the week at various locations such as community centers, churches, and even on the University of Maryland campus. This makes it convenient for students and residents to participate in these meetings without having to travel too far.

According to a 2019 report from the University of Maryland's Counseling Center, 18% of students reported using marijuana in the past month. Additionally, the National Institute on Drug Abuse reported that in 2017, there were over 2,600 drug-related deaths in Maryland. These statistics highlight the prevalence of addiction in College Park and the importance of having support systems like AA and NA meetings readily available.

Attending AA and NA meetings can also have a positive impact on one's academic and personal life. It has been found that students who participate in these meetings have higher GPAs and are more likely to stay enrolled in college. Additionally, regular attendance at these meetings can lead to better mental health, improved relationships, and a stronger sense of community.

In conclusion, AA and NA meetings in College Park, MD serve as a crucial lifeline for those struggling with addiction. They provide a supportive environment for individuals to connect with others who understand their struggles and offer the necessary tools and resources for recovery. With the high prevalence of addiction in College Park, these meetings play a vital role in helping individuals lead healthier and happier lives.

Find AA and NA Meetings in College Park, Maryland

Find AA meetings in College Park, Maryland to help you on your road to recovery. Our comprehensive directory of AA meetings in College Park, Maryland includes open, closed, speaker, and other specialized meetings, all of which are designed to help you get sober and remain sober.

AA
NA
Time
Meeting Name
Group Name
Address
Meeting Type
12:00 PM EST
Campus Noon
Campus Noon
140 Campus Drive, College Park, MD, 20740
Open Meeting
7:00 PM EST
No Hard Terms
No Hard Terms
4512 College Avenue, College Park, MD, 20740
Open Meeting
7:00 PM EST
Unlovely Creatures
Unlovely Creatures
4201 Guilford Drive, College Park, MD, 20740
Open Meeting
7:00 PM EST
Great Facts College Park
Great Facts
3515 Campus Drive, College Park, MD, 20740
Open Meeting
7:30 PM EST
College Park Step
College Park Step
3515 Campus Drive, College Park, MD, 20740
Closed Meeting
7:30 PM EST
College Park Beginners
College Park Beginners
3515 Campus Drive, College Park, MD, 20740
Closed Meeting
7:30 PM EST
Misery Is Optional College Park
Misery Is Optional
4512 College Avenue, College Park, MD, 20740
Open Meeting
7:30 PM EST
There Is A Solution College Park
There Is A Solution
7744 Regents Drive, College Park, MD, 20740
Open Meeting
7:30 PM EST
College Park Speaker
College Park Speaker
3515 Campus Drive, College Park, MD, 20740
Open Meeting
8:00 PM EST
Hyattsville Discussion
Hyattsville Discussion
4201 Guilford Drive, College Park, MD, 20740
Closed Meeting

Addiction Treatment in College Park

Substance Abuse Ryan Rehabilitation - College Park Office
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Outpatient Treatment
Self-payment options
Substance Abuse Community Outreach Services
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Substance Abuse University Psychological Center - Recovery Network 6201 Greenbelt Road
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Grants and Private Insurance accepted
Substance Abuse Setif
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Private Insurance
Mental Health Institute for Life Enrichment (ILE)
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Outpatient Treatment
Grants and Private Insurance accepted
Mental Health SAFE Counseling Services
6201 Greenbelt Road, College Park, Maryland, 20740
Outpatient Treatment
Private Insurance