Monday

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6:30 AM
WHAT A WAY TO START A DAY (NOA)
Monday through Friday
On the Phone Meeting
Call: 712-432-0075
Enter access code: 299757#
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7:00 AM
LAYING the FOUNDATION
MORNING MEDITATION (NOA)
Monday through Saturday
NEW LOCATION
First Evangelist Baptist Church*
1801 Willow Street
New Orleans, 70113
Between Felicity & St Andrews Streets

9:00 AM
AWAKEN SPIRITUALLY (UA)
Also on Wednesday & Friday
Fair Grinds Coffeehouse*
3133 Ponce de Leon Street
New Orleans, 70119
Near corner of Esplanade Avenue
Meeting is upstairs
(Not wheelchair accessible)

12:00 PM
GIVING IT AWAY (NOA)
Monday through Friday
NEW LOCATION
Keller Center*
1814 Magnolia Street
New Orleans, 70113
On corner of St Andrews Street

6:00 PM
NEVER ALONE,
NEVER AGAIN GROUP (IM)
Steps 1, 2, 3 Study & Daily Meditation
Also on Wednesday at different time
Jefferson Parish Human
Services Authority*
5001 Westbank Expressway
Marrero, 70072
Corner of Barataria Boulevard

7:00 PM
STAIRWAY TO LIFE (UA)
Also on Tuesday & Saturday
Second Chance Club*
307 Hickory Street
Thibodaux, 70301
Enter rear of red brick building

7:30 PM
OPEN MIND (NOA)
CLOSED MEETING**
ADDICTS ONLY**
Literature Study & Topic Discussion
Saint Charles Baptist Church*
Fellowship Hall*
583 Broadway Street
New Orleans, 70118
Church is 7100 Saint Charles Ave
Fellowship Hall is on Broadway

7:30 PM
CONSCIOUS CONTACT (UA)
Metairie Ridge Presbyterian*
215 Phosphor Avenue
Metairie, 70005

8:00 PM
YOU ARE NOT ALONE (NOA)
NEW LOCATION
Volunteers of America*
Room 123
3901 Tulane Avenue
New Orleans 70119
Ring bell on wall by office door

8:00 PM
NEW LIFE GROUP (NOA)
Also on Tuesday, Friday & Sunday
at different locations
Easy Does It Club*
111 Munson Drive
Houma, 70360
Enter thru parking lot on Mulberry Rd

*NAMES OF INSTITUTIONS
These are the names of the institutions where meetings are located. The name is listed only as a reference. NA is not affiliated with any institution or organization and pays rent for all meeting space.

**CLOSED MEETINGS
These meetings are for individuals concerned about their own personal problems with drugs (including alcohol). If you are a family member or other interested party, please attend any open meeting. All meetings are open, unless marked as closed.

***GENDER BASED MEETINGS
We also have meetings that specifically address staying clean with a focus on gender related topics. This can include meetings for cisgender men, cisgender women or LGBTQ-inclusive and gender nonconforming persons, (transgender, transsexual, lesbian, gay, non-binary, etc.) Each group will notate its focus. No one is turned away, but these meetings may veer toward discussing problems and solutions in recovery with a focus on gender.

MEETING AFFILIATION
Meetings in the metro area may join one of two NA Service Committees for organizational support. We designate these affiliations as follows:
NOA = New Orleans Area Service Committee
UA = Unity Area Service Committee
IM = Independent Meeting. Not affiliated with any service committee, but uses “The 12 Traditions of NA” as their operating principles.