Durham, North Carolina Narcotics Anonymous Meetings

Find NA (Narcotics Anonymous) Meetings locations in Durham, North Carolina.

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Basic Recovery Group
102 E. Main Street
Number of Meetings: 2
Carr United Methodist Church
107 Driver Street
Number of Meetings: 2
Durham Co. Health Dept.
414 E. Main Street
Number of Meetings: 1
Glendale Heights Methodist Church
908 Leon St
Number of Meetings: 1
Hayti Heritage Center
804 Old Fayetteville Street
Number of Meetings: 2
Our Way Out Group
138 Chapel Hill Street
Number of Meetings: 1
Saint Johns Baptist Church
917 Onslow Street
Number of Meetings: 1
Southside Church Of Christ
800 Elmira Avenue
Number of Meetings: 1
Triangle Empowerment Center
353 West Main Street
Number of Meetings: 1
Victorious Praise Fellowship
2116 Page Road
Number of Meetings: 1
Westminster Presbyterian Church
3639 Chapelhill Road
Number of Meetings: 1
Blacknall Presbyterian Church
1902 Perry Street
Number of Meetings: 1
Community Shelter
412 Liberty Street
Number of Meetings: 3
Durham Correction Center
3900 Guess Road
Number of Meetings: 2
Greater Zion Wall Baptist Church
721 Hopkins St.
Number of Meetings: 1
Northside Christian Church
3901 Cole Mill Rd.
Number of Meetings: 1
Phoenix House
602 Holloway St
Number of Meetings: 1
Sherwood Park Community Center
Cheek Road
Number of Meetings: 1
Tobacco Worker Union Bldg
Gregson Street
Number of Meetings: 1
Trinity United Methodist Church
215 Church Street
Number of Meetings: 1
West End Community Center
1309 Jackson Street
Number of Meetings: 3

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