Friday NA Recovery Meetings In Central Ohio

The Central Ohio Hope Line is (614) 252-1700. Call to talk to an addict in recovery. Hope is within reach. You may never have to use again! The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop using (Tradition 3, from NA’s 12 Traditions).

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Friday – Scroll down for meeting definitions (closed, open, rotating, basket, etc.)
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Trinity United Church of Christ
1180 Shanley Dr, Columbus (North)
Open, Discussion, Children welcome
12:00 pm Anonymous Misfits Group
Charles Mill Center – Drug Court location (Door on left)
715 S Plum St, Marysville (Northwest)
Open, Rotating
12:00 pm The Gratitude Group of NA
Chalmers P. Wylie VA Ambulatory Care Center
Room 1 A205, 1st Floor, Behavioral Health
420 N. James Road, Columbus OH 43219
Open, Rotating
12:00 pm Just for Today Group
Maple Street United Methodist Church
438 E. Wheeling St, Lancaster (Southeast)
Open, Rotating
12:00 pm Serenity Group 
Just for Today Drop in Center
1008 E. Livingston Ave
Open, Text Discussion
6:00 pm Recovery Begins With Me Group
Talbot Hall – OSU Hospitals East
1441 Phale D. Hale Drive (Clifton Avenue and Taylor), Columbus (East)
Open, Chairperson, Children welcome
6:30 pm Wecovery Meeting Group Friday
Desert Island Club
501 Josephine Ave, Columbus (West)
Open, Rotating
7:00 pm Free At Last Group
St. Stephen’s Community House
1500 E. 17th Ave., Columbus (Northeast)
Open, Discussion, Literature
First class room on the left; First and Third Open discussion; Second and Fourth Literature; Fifth chairperson choice
7:30 pm Heritage Group
The Woods at Parkside
249 Olde Ridenour Rd., Gahanna (East)
Open, Speaker
7:30 pm The Journey Continues Group (Use the north side entrance.)
Livingston Ave United Methodist Church
200 E Livingston Ave, Columbus (Central)
Open, Literature, Participation
8:00 pm Change or Die Group
St, Andrews Episcopal Church
8630 Refugee Road, Pickerington (East)
Open, Literature
8:00 pm Keep It Simple Group
1791 Alum Creek Drive, Columbus (East)
Open, Speaker
8:00 pm Talking Heads Group
Maynard Avenue Methodist Church
2350 Indianola Ave., Columbus (OSU Campus)
Open, Discussion
Indianola at Maynard. Meeting room is on top floor of church.
8:00 pm The Meeting Up North
Fellowship Lutheran Church
7350 Sawmill Rd., Columbus (Northwest)
Open, Discussion
10:00 pm Better Late Than Never Group
Lower Lights Community Church of the Nazarene
1066 Bellows Avenue, Columbus (West)

Meeting Definitions

Adults only
Children are not allowed at this meeting, adults only

Babysitting available at the meeting

Draw a topic from a basket and shares on that topic

Candlelight meeting

Chairperson’s choice meeting

Children welcome
Children are welcome to attend this meeting

Meeting for addicts only or those who feel they may have a problem with drugs

Topics are brought up and discussed

Gay/lesbian common needs meeting

NA literature is read and discussed

Practice meditation during the meeting

Men’s common needs meeting

Needs support
Meeting needs support from members with experience

Meeting open to the general public

Each addict discusses a topic of his/her choice

Format of the meeting rotates

A recovering addict shares his/her experience

Discussion of steps or traditions

Women’s common needs meeting

Write on topics and share what was written