What Is The N.A. Program?

IN-PERSON MEETINGS OPEN  NOW 

  • 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 7:00 PM – Recovery by the Barn meets Tuesdays at 7pm. 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  meets in the Old Steeple Community Church Aquebogue, Main Road NY 25 at West Lane. Hall entrance in the rear parking lot.   .
  • 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 7:30 PM – North Shore Serenity at North Shore United Methodist Church 260 Route 25 A in Wading River -. Masks must be worn while not seated and social distancing (no hugging, touching etc) . 
  • Thursday 7:30 PM Perpetual Change meets Mondays and Thursdays at 7:30pm 201 East Main Street Riverhead United Methodist
  • Friday 7-8 PM – Rareroad to Recovery is currently meeting at 25 Ocean Avenue, Center Moriches
  • Friday 7:30 pm – Life After Drugs Sacred Heart Church Parish Hall 27905 Main Road Cutchogue
  • Saturday 7-8 PM  –  Perpetual Change meets at 201 East Main Street Riverhead at 7pm. 
  • 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
  • Sundays  6pm Message of Hope Grace Episcopal Riverhead 
  • Sundays 7pm Keeping it Simple 12605 Main Road Mattituck

Announcements and Anniversaries:

-Area will next meet July 3rd at 4pm, H&I will be meeting at 3:00pm with orientation at 2:30pm both will meet at the United Methodist Church in Riverhead

-Open H&I commitments: Seafield alt Tuesday women, Seafield both wednesdays men, seafield alt friday men, seafield alt monday men, wellbridge both wednesdays, wellbridge alt thursdays, LICR alt fridays, Women’s jail both mondays

-H&I will be hosting a learning game day 7/16 (with a rain date on 7/17), speakers, food, fun, fellowship, and games. H&I is asking for donations from groups, please contact Fred for more info or to get involved 631-953-7890

-Rareroad to recovery which meets Friday’s 7pm in Center Moriches at St. John’s RC Church is in need of physical support

-Men with the men will be celebrating its group anniversary 7/11 6pm at St. John’s church in Center Moriches. Food, fun, fellowship

Men with the men

Monday’s Center Moriches 7:30pm

7/25

Rob 4 years

Larry 5 years

Kevin S. 21 years

Recovery by the Barn

Tuesday’s Anderson Warner Hall 

6/7

Shelby 1 year

Recovery by the Barn

Tuesday’s Anderson Warner Hall 

621

Gary 6/21 29 years

North Shore Serenity

Wednesday 7:30pm North Shore Methodist Church

6/29

Pete 7 years

North Shore Serenity

Wednesday 7:30pm North Shore Methodist Church

7/13

Charlie 18 years

Imagine

Wednesday Center Moriches 7pm

6/22

Taylor B. 1 year

Imagine

Wednesday Center Moriches 7pm

6/29

Carolyn R. 20 years

Imagine

Wednesday Center Moriches 7pm

7/20

Melanie 4 years

James 6 years

Rareroad to Recovery

Friday 7pm Center Moriches

6/17

Anthony C. 4 years

Rareroad to Recovery

Friday 7pm Center Moriches

7/15

Diana C. 1 year

Dan C. 26 years

Perpetual Change

Mon Thurs 7:30pm Sat 7pm

6/18

Ian 24 years

Life After Drugs

Friday 7:30pm Cutchogue

6/24

Paul 30 years

Life After Drugs

Friday 7:30pm Cutchogue

7/8

Kenny 4 years

Miracle Women

Tuesday’s Aquebogue 7:30pm

6/7

Debi V. 14 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.