Raleigh, North Carolina Narcotics Anonymous Meetings

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

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Central Prison
1300 Western Boulevard
Number of Meetings: 2
Cornerstone
220 Snow Avenue
Number of Meetings: 1
First Presbyterian Church
124 Salisbury Street
Number of Meetings: 6
Grace AME Zion Church
1401 Boyer Street
Number of Meetings: 1
Hillyer Memorial Church
718 Hillsburough Street
Number of Meetings: 1
Lincoln Park Holiness Church
13 Heath Street
Number of Meetings: 1
Millbrook United Methodist Church
1712 East Millbrook Road
Number of Meetings: 1
Mount Peace Baptist Church
1601 Martin Luther King Boulevard
Number of Meetings: 1
Saint Ambrose Church
813 Darby Drive
Number of Meetings: 1
South Wilmington Street Center
1420 South Wilmington Street
Number of Meetings: 3
Tupper Memorial Baptist Church
501 South Blount Street
Number of Meetings: 1
Unity Church of the Triangle
217 Georgetown Rd.
Number of Meetings: 1
YWCA
554 East Hargett Street
Number of Meetings: 1
Church of God of Prophecy
1200 South State Street
Number of Meetings: 1
Fairmont Church
2501 Clark Avenue
Number of Meetings: 8
Glorious Church
725 Glascock Street
Number of Meetings: 1
Grace Lutheran Church
5010 Six Forks Rd
Number of Meetings: 1
Lennox Chase Rec Hall
2534 Lake Wheeler Road
Number of Meetings: 1
Living By The Book
509 Glenwood Avenue
Number of Meetings: 1
Milner Presbyterian Church
1950 New Bern Avenue
Number of Meetings: 1
New Community Church
Six Forks Road
Number of Meetings: 5
Saint Giles Church
5105 Oak Park Road
Number of Meetings: 1
The Healing Place of Wake County
1251 Goode Street
Number of Meetings: 2
Tupper Memorial Baptist Church
501 South BlountStreet
Number of Meetings: 2
Wake County Community Services Building
401 East Whittaker Mill Road
Number of Meetings: 1

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