Resources

Serenity Support Group

The Serenity Support Group is a Fellowship Alliance Chapel pastoral care ministry that meets weekly to give support and encouragement to those who have loved ones with addiction issues.  Meets weekly on Tuesdays 7:00-8:00pm in The Barn.  215 Medford-Mt. Holly Rd. Medford, NJ 08055  visit www.myfac.org/support or call 609-953-7333 x314

Life Focus Center

Life Focus Center, Inc. is a not for profit, 501 (c)3 ministry with a mission to provide a Pastoral Care Ministry to the community and the local church.  This is accomplished by providing Biblical Pastoral Counseling, Support Groups for Emotional and Relational Healing, Mentoring and Therapy Groups. Located at 302 North Washington Avenue Moorestown, NJ 08057. Visit www.lifefocuscenternj.org or call 609-864-9300

National Association for Christian Recovery

The NACR is NOT a treatment center or a counseling center.  It is NOT a support group network.  It's just a bunch of people who are doing the hard work of building a life characterized by sobriety and serenity. All of us learn eventually that it is not a journey we can successfully finish by ourselves.  We need each other. And the NACR is just one way of connecting with other people who understand the joys and terrors of the recovery process.  Visit www.nacr.org where you will find all kinds of resources including several discussion forums, video workshops, articles, links to other helpful resources and a lot more.      

Nar-anon and Al-anon Meetings

Nar-anon is a fellowship of those who are affected by the disease of addiction in a relative or friend .  To find a Nar-anon meeting please visit www.naranonofnj.org  Al-anon is friends and families of problem drinkers finding understanding and support at Al-anon meetings. To find an Al-anon meeting please visit www.nj-al-anon.org/meeting-finder-list

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) & Alcohol Anonymous(AA) Meetings

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) meetings are free and open to anyone who thinks he or she might have a drug problem.  To find a meeting please visit www.nanj.org Alcohol Anonymous (AA) Program related to overcoming an addiction or chemical dependency.  For decades AA meetings have helped countless men and women overcome their dependence upon alcohol and begin (continue) their pursuit of life long recovery. To find a meeting please visit www.aa-meetings.com