WEEKLY GROUPS AND MEETING SCHEDULE

***ALL MEETINGS ARE FREE TO ATTENDEES***

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS PLEASE FEEL FREE TO REACH OUT US AT

(888) 360-7788 OR

info@recovery-advocates.org

SUNDAY

CONVERSATIONS WITH CAROL/ 9 AM - GROUP DISCUSSION (FACILITATOR- CAROL FELDMAN LCSW, CAS)

WOMEN'S NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS MEETING/ 7:30 PM - NA MEETING FOR WOMEN

BROKEN HEARTS MEETING/ 11 AM - ON THE 1st & 3rd -SUNDAYS- GROUP THERAPY FOR THOSE WHO LOST LOVED ONES TO ADDICTION (FACILITATOR- CAROL FELDMAN LCSW, CAS) Meeting Flyer

MONDAY

REFUGE RECOVERY MEETING/ 7 PM - BUDDHIST RECOVERY MEETING BASED ON THE BUDDHIST PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES

TUESDAY

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS NOON SERENITY MEETING/ 12 PM - ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS LUNCH MEETING

NARANON MEETING/ 7 PM - MEETING FOR THE LOVED ONES OF THE ADDICT

WEDNESDAY

WOMEN'S SPIRITUAL BOOK STUDY/ 7:30 PM - OPEN DISCUSSION MEETING (WOMEN ONLY)

THURSDAY

OPIATES ANONYMOUS FROM DOPE TO HOPE MEETING/ 7 PM - OPEN SPEAKER/DISCUSSION MEETING

FRIDAY

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 24 HOUR SOLUTION GROUP/ 7 PM - OPEN SPEAKER/DISCUSSION MEETING

SATURDAY

NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS MEETING/ 7 PM - NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS OPEN MEETING

BROKEN HEARTS

BROKEN HEARTS

Group therapy for those who lost loved ones to addiction. Facilitated by Carol Feldman (LCSW, CAS)

Meetings are held every second and third Sunday of the month at 11:00am.

CONVERSATIONS WITH CAROL

CONVERSATIONS WITH CAROL

There is help! There is hope!

Conversations with Carol (CWC) is a different kind of group in that we have both addicts (recovering and active) and codependants (mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers, and friends.) There is an opportunity to ask some of the questions you might never get to ask, and hear answers you never thought you would hear. We look at the roots of the pain and try to learn other ways of coping.

Meetings are held every Sunday 9:00 AM.

Where: Recovery Advocates: 2117 Hwy 33, Suite 1 Hamilton, NJ 08690

Refuge Recovery Meeting

Refuge Recovery Meeting

Refuge Recovery believes that training our hearts and minds to see clearly and respond to our lives with understanding and non-harming can free us from addiction. In the beginning, some of these practices may seem confusing or counter-instinctual, and indeed some of them are, but we believe they provide a clear path to freedom. Whether this path is familiar to you or new to you, we all benefit from the support of a community of peers who share this journey. For that reason, Refuge Recovery seeks to support those on this path by building an extensive and comprehensive network of Refuge Recovery meetings and communities that practice, educate, and provide Buddhist-inspired guidance and meditations for anyone seeking recovery from addiction

Meetings will be held every Monday at 7pm