What Is The N.A. Program?


  • Monday 7pm – Keeping it Green Meeting at Holy Trinity Episcopal church on Main Street Greenport 
  • Monday 7:30-8:45 – Men with the Men meets at St. John’s the Evangelist, 25 Ocean Avenue, Center Moriches NY 11934
  • Tuesday at 6:30-7:30 PM – Recovery by the Barn has a new meeting place and will also be changing the meeting day. They will meet @ 6:30 on Tuesday evening starting January 5th. The new location is 158 West Montauk Highway in Hampton Bays at the Anderson Warner Hall which is right next door to the Methodist Church. The meeting is NOT in the church but in the hall next door. Parking is in the rear of the building and so is the entrance.
  • Tuesday at 7:30-8:30 PM – Miracle women that meets in the old steeple church Tue from 730 830 has moved to the VFW 620 Parkway St, Riverhead, NY 11901  – Its temporary until the church can allow us back in we are on a month to month with them so for at least September and October we will be there.
  • Wednesday 5:30pm and Saturday 8:30am – Amagansett living room is now meeting in person in the back of the First Presbyterian Church. Entrance on Meeting House Lane.
  • Wednesday 7:00-8:30 PM – Imagine meets at St. John’s Church, 25 Ocean Ave, Center Moriches.
  • Wednesday 8:30-9:30 PM – North shore serenity at North Shore United Methodist Church 260 Route 25 A in wading River – hybrid meeting beginning on Wednesday may 19th.  So we will be meeting in person but also be streaming live from the meeting on zoom for those not yet comfortable with meeting in person . Masks must be worn while not seated and social distancing (no hugging, touching etc) . 
  • Friday 7pm -Recovery by the Barn at Red Creek Park in Hampton Bays starting May 7th
  • Friday 7-8 PM – Rareroad to Recovery is currently meeting at 25 Ocean Avenue, Center Moriches
  • Saturday 7-8 PM  – Perpetual Change is meeting in person for their Saturday meeting 25 Ocean Ave, Center Moriches. Monday and Thursday are still on zoom
  • Talking on the topic, meets in Sag Harbor in person Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday 6:30pm at the Christ Episcopal church 5 Hampton Street, Sag Harbor

Announcements and Anniversaries:

-Area will next meet June 6th at 4pm, H&I will be meeting at 3:30pm with orientation at 3pm both will meet on zoom in the clubhouse of quanratineserenity.org

-If your NA meeting needs literature it can be purchased off of the NA world website https://na.org/?ID=literature, if your group cannot use the website call Pauline 631-617-3896. Pauline can fill literature orders before next month’s area.

-If there are any changes to your zoom or in person meeting, please reply all back to the area minutes email thread what the changes are to your meeting (so it can be updated in the appropriate places)

-Open H&I commitments: LICR alternate Tuesday, Monday, Friday, Seafield alternate Wednesdays. Speak to Mike J. if interested

-Events and activities will be hosting an outdoor speaker jam BBQ on May 31st from 11am-7pm at Stotzsky park in Riverhead, please contact Abby to get involved or donate 631-294-4680 **Group donations needed**

-Raw recovery is currently not meeting physically or virtually

-Message of hope will be re-opening May 16 at Stotsky park in Riverhead by the basketball courts 6pm

-E&A will next meet 5/16 4:30pm at Stotzky Park



Message of hope

Sundays 6pm

Stotzsky Park Riverhead


Abby 4 years


Mondays 7:30pm 25 Ocean Ave, Center Moriches


Therese 5 years

Craig 11 years

Neil 17 years

Clutch 21 years

Perpetual Change



David 5 years

Perpetual Change

Saturdays 25 Ocean Ave, Center Moriches


Silky 28 years

Big Mike 20 years

Anniversaries for Simple Minded – Meets Tuesdays at 7p on zoom
May 25 – Vicki 25 years, Amy 16 years  and Sybille 7 years 



The Eastern Long Island Area of Narcotics Anonymous serves the “East End” of Long Island, which includes all of the “five towns” of eastern Suffolk County: Riverhead, Southampton, East Hampton, Shelter Island, and Southold.  ELIANA is part of the Greater New York Region of Narcotics Anonymous.

NA is a nonprofit fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem. We are recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean. This is a program of complete abstinence from all drugs. There is only one requirement for membership, the desire to stop using. We suggest that you keep an open mind and give yourself a break. Our program is a set of principles written so simply that we can follow them in our daily lives. The most important thing about them is that they work.

– Copyright NA World Services.