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Nar-Anon Family Groups in Central California

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General Agency Information
Name: Nar-Anon Family Groups in Central California
Alternate Name(s): Nar-Anon of California
Nar-Anon of the Central Coast
Contact Information
Primary Phone: 800-477-6291
Secondary Phone: 310-534-8188
Toll Free: 800-477-6291
Description: Nar-Anon Family Groups offer a free 12-step program/support group for friends and families who know a feeling of desperation because they have been affected by the addiction or drug problems of a family member or friend. Nar-Anon members share their experience, strength and hope at weekly meetings.
Mission: Nar-Anon is a world-wide fellowship for those who are affected by someone else's addiction. Whether the addict is using or not, Nar-Anon offers hope and recovery to all people affected by the addiction of a loved one or friend.
Meetings: Locally we have meetings on :

Sundays from 6:30 - 7:45pm at Sutter Hospital on 2900 Chanticleer Ave., Santa Cruz, CA 95065. Called Saving OurSelves (aka SOS), we meet in the Sutter Room. Newcomers, please come 15 minutes early to get acquainted. Walk in the front door and head for the back door - you'll see our sign!

Fridays from 6:30-7:45pm in Scotts Valley at the Bison Center, The Camp Recovery Center, 3192 Glen Canyon Road (park in lower lot and walk up driveway and turn right at sign).

The Cove at UCSC in the Cowell College Trailers - see and type in the zipcode 95064 for the latest day/time.

Find other meetings:
Languages other than English: Spanish
Accommodations for Disabled Persons: Designated Parking
Varies Depending on Location
Public Transportation: Available Within One Block
Available Within Two Blocks
Eligibility: Open to All
Fees: Donations Accepted
Areas Served: California (Central)
Pajaro Valley
San Lorenzo Valley
Santa Cruz County
Scotts Valley
Physical Location: Santa Cruz
Scotts Valley
Funding Source: Donations
Subject Headings
Subject Headings: Families/Friends of Drug Abusers
Families/Friends of Drug Abusers Support Groups
Families/Friends of Individuals With a Drug Use Disorder Support Groups
Health Related Support Groups
Mutual Support Groups
Substance Abuse Counseling
This agency was last updated on August 12, 2019.