Peer Recovery Support Meetings

Printable Sussex County Area Meeting Booklet

Please Note: Meeting days, times and locations are subject to change/cancellation.

For people with addiction issues:

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) – If you have a desire to stop drinking

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) – If you have a desire to stop using substances

All Recovery – Open discussion meeting for anyone affected by addiction

Celebrate Recovery – Christ centered program for people with addictions and/or compulsive behaviors

SMART Recovery – Science based program to recover from addiction

Nicotine Anonymous – If you have a desire to stop smoking

Anorexics/Bulimics Anonymous – If you have a desire to stop unhealthy eating practices

Overeaters Anonymous – If you have a desire to stop eating compulsively

Gamblers Anonymous – If you have a desire to stop gambling

Debtors Anonymous – If you have a desire to stop incurring unsecured debt

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) – for people recovering from mental illness

For concerned family/friends:

AL-ANON – If you have been affected by a loved one’s alcohol use

ALATEEN – If you are a teen affected by a loved one’s alcohol use

Adult Children of Alcoholics (ACOA) – If you are an adult whose life was affected by being raised in an alcoholic or other dysfunctional family

NAR-ANON – If you have been affected by a loved one’s substance use

Families Anonymous (FA) – If you are concerned about a loved one’s substance use or behavioral problems

Codependency Anonymous – If you have a desire for healthy and loving relationships

Matters of the Heart – Counselor led codependency group for adults

All Recovery – Open discussion meeting for anyone affected by addiction

NAMI Family Support Group – for families of people with mental illness

Caregiver Support Group – For parents and caregivers of children with emotional or mental health challenges

 

12-step meeting codes included in this listing