San Jose, California Narcotics Anonymous Meetings

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Alano Club
1122 Fair Avenue
Number of Meetings: 4
Calvary United Methodist Church
729 Morse Avenue
Number of Meetings: 4
Central Christian Church
2555 Meridian Avenue
Number of Meetings: 1
Do or Die Group
1077 North 5th Street
Number of Meetings: 1
Foundry School
258 Sunol Street
Number of Meetings: 1
Grace Baptist Church
484 East San Fernando Street
Number of Meetings: 9
Jovenes Latinos en Recuperacion
1600 Las Plumas Avenue
Number of Meetings: 1
Queen of Apostles Church
4911 Moorpark Avenue
Number of Meetings: 1
Saint Edwards Church
15040 Union Ave.
Number of Meetings: 1
San Thomas Park Recreation Center
4093 Valerie Drive
Number of Meetings: 2
Various parks around the San Jose Area
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Number of Meetings: 1
Almaden United Methodist Church
1200 Blossom Hill Road
Number of Meetings: 3
Camden Lifetime Activity Center, Room 118
3369 Union Avenue
Number of Meetings: 4
Divine Science Community Center
1540 Hicks
Number of Meetings: 3
Emergency Housing Cons
2011 Little Orchard
Number of Meetings: 2
Gardner Family Health Center
160 East Virginia Avenue
Number of Meetings: 2
Heart of the Valley Church
1397 West Hedding
Number of Meetings: 1
Once A Month Speaker Group
199 East St James Street
Number of Meetings: 1
Road to Recovery Group
2010 Monterey Road
Number of Meetings: 1
Saint Francis Episcopal Church
1205 Pine Avenue
Number of Meetings: 1
United Methodist Church
30 Kirk Avenue
Number of Meetings: 1
Vida Nueva Recovery Program
2212 Quimby Road
Number of Meetings: 1

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