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Meetings and Information 732-933-0462
Helpline 800-992-0401
Helpline Committee helpline@nanj.org

Website www.nanj.org
E-mail recovery@nanj.org or use the form below

Mailing Addresses  
Northern NJ Regional Service Commitee and Member Areas
New Jersey Regional Service Commitee and Member Areas


Other NJ Websites  
Bergen Area
Burlington County Area
Cape-Atlantic Area
Capitol Area
Central Jersey Area
Cumberland-Salem Area
Greater New Brunswick Area
Middlesex Area
Northeast Area
Northwest Area nwnjna.org
Ocean Area
Passaic County Area
Silk City Area silkcityarea.org
South Jersey Area
Suburban Essex Area suburbanessexna.square.site
NJ Regional Convention

Our Neighbors  
New York RSO www.newyorkna.org
Eastern NY Region www.nanewyork.org
Connecticut www.ctna.org
Greater Philadelphia RSO www.naworks.org
Mid-Atlantic Region www.marscna.org
Small Wonder Area NA Delaware www.swanadel.org
Maryland Freestate www.freestatena.org
800-229-7244 or 302-777-0597
Northeast Zonal Forum www.nezf.org


For NA contact information for all other areas around the world, see the Narcotics Anonymous World Services web site at: www.na.org .

For Help Line numbers and Websites listed at NA World Services - www.na.org/meetingsearch .

Other Public Information sites:

Although Narcotics Anonymous is not affiliated with these sites we are providing their information as a public service.

For information about assistance for family members and friends of addicts, please contact Nar-Anon at 877-424-4491 (in NJ) or 800-238-2333 (in NJ) or visit their web site at naranonofnj.org/.

Recovery Contact Form

Recovery @ NANJ.ORG--is a cooperative effort of the New Jersey Regional Service Commitee and the Northern New Jersey Regional Conference. We are directly accountable to both Regions and are responsible to carry the message that recovery from addiction is possible and available through the Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions of Narcotics Anonymous.

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