New York Substance Abuse Recovery Resources

Narcotics Anonymous Nassau County

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1533 Mineola NY 11501 Contact Phone: (516) 827-9500 Website:

Addiction Resource Overview

If you’re addicted to drugs and need a support system, there are twelve-step programs that can help. Did you know that Narcotics Anonymous is the best effective and successful twelve-step support program when it comes to staying clean from drugs? It’s a non-profit fellowship of men and women for whom drugs have become a major problem. Together, Narcotics Anonymous in Nassau County holds meetings regularly to help members stay clean, one day at a time. While there are many challenges when it comes to drug addiction, Narcotics Anonymous in Nassau County helps those that struggle with cravings and triggers. If you’re unsure if NA will benefit your recovery, it’s worth it to try a meeting so you can see how it works for you or your loved one.

Narcotics Anonymous in Nassau County

There are many benefits that come from going to twelve-step Narcotics Anonymous meetings.

Shared experiences, strength, and hope.

Help when you need it.

A place to listen and learn.

No judgment.

NA helps many people in maintaining and growing their personal sobriety. If you’d like more information about Narcotics Anonymous in Nassau County, please don’t hesitate to contact us around the clock. All calls are free and 100% confidential.

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