Open Door

Cha Cha Cha Group Non-Smoking, Speaker, Discussion/Participation
Sunday
11:00 AM

Open Door

U Better Work Group Gay/Lesbian,
Sunday
6:30 PM

Emmanuel Lutheran Church

Here & Now Group Discussion/Participation
Monday
5:00 PM

Christ Reformed Church

Stardust Ballroom Group Men, Discussion/Participation
Monday
7:30 PM

Open Door

Early Morning Serenity Group IP Study, Discussion/Participation
Monday
7:00 AM

Emmanuel Lutheran Church

We Do Recover Group Topic, Discussion/Participation
Tuesday
12:00 PM

Open Door

Early Morning Serenity Group, Topic, Discussion/Participation
Tuesday
7:00 AM

United Methodist Church

Our Primary Purpose Group Discussion/Participation, Speaker
Wednesday
7:30 PM

Open Door

Early Morning Serenity Group Discussion/Participation
Wednesday
7:00 AM

Emmanuel Lutheran Church

Speak at Ease Group, Tradition, Speaker
Thursday
7:30 PM

Open Door

Early Morning Serenity Group Discussion/Participation, Just For Today Study
Thursday
7:00 AM

Emmanuel Lutheran Church

We Do Recover Group Speaker, Discussion/Participation, Topic
Friday
12:00 PM

Open Door

Early Morning Serenity Group Speaker, Topic
Friday
7:00 AM

United Methodist Church

Real Deal Group Just For Today Study, Non-Smoking
Saturday
7:00 PM

Open Door

Early Morning Serenity Group Topic, Discussion/Participation
Saturday
7:00 AM

You may be able to discover other Narcotics Anonymous meetings near New Brunswick, New Jersey by checking related resources on Better Addiction Care. Simply click the button on this page or search for facilities in other localities near your area of residence.

 Narcotics Anonymous is a mutual aid organization that aims to help individuals for whom substance use disorder has become a problem. Commonly known as NA, Narcotics Anonymous was founded in Los Angeles in 1953 and was patterned after Alcoholics Anonymous, the first program of its kind in the world. Narcotics Anonymous thus follows a similar set of 12 principles for helping people achieve a life free from drug abuse and its consequences. These 12 steps are a collective of concepts aimed at expelling the obsession to take drugs, as well as to help recovering individuals stay clean.

 Narcotics Anonymous is a non-political and non-denominational fellowship, one that is open to everyone regardless of age, gender, race, or social class. The only requirement to join an NA meeting is the desire to stop using drugs.

Your journey to recovery is one that you don’t have to take alone. Take comfort in knowing that other individuals are going through the same challenges as you and that you can serve as a positive influence on one another. Discover Narcotics Anonymous meetings in or near New Brunswick, New Jersey by clicking the button provided on this page.