due to covid in-person meetings cancelled until further notice
MONDAY 6PM NICO Nicotine Anonymous Meeting
7:30PM BIG BOOK STUDY Open AA
TUESDAY 7:00PM SOBER TODAY Open AA Speaker Discussion
WEDNESDAY 6PM NA WOMAN'S WOMAN'S Open NA
7:30PM NA OPEN NA Speaker Discussion
THURSDAY 12NOON GRAPEVINE Open AA Book Meeting
4PM 3rd THUR NRRC Open Board Meeting
5:30PM Women’s Big Book Big Book Study for Women
8PM PARTICIPATION GROUP Open AA Speaker Discussion
FRIDAY 7PM CREATIVE RECOVERY 1st & 3rd Friday (Women only)
10PM FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS Open NA Meeting
SATURDAY 10:30AM SOS WOMAN'S Closed Woman AA Meeting
6PM UNITY GROUP Open AA Meeting
SUNDAY 7:30AM BEING QUIET Closed Meditation
10AM CAME TO BELIEVE Open AA Book Meeting
1:00PM YPAA Regional Last Sunday of the Month
5PM NAPYPAA (3rd Sunday) Open Young People Business Mtg
630PM PICPC (3rd Sunday) Public Information Meeting
Spanish Language Meetings:
MON/WED/FRI 7:40PM - 9:40PM
VOLVER A CREER SPANISH AA
TUES/THURS 6:30PM - 8:30PM
SPANISH NA SPANISH NA
THURSDAY 3rd Thursday of each month 4:00pm NRRC Monthly Board Meeting (Open, Positions Available)
FRIDAY 1st Friday of each month 6:00pm Creative Recovery, Free Flow Friday (Women Only)
FRIDAY 2nd Friday of each month 7:00pm NA Social Gathering
FRIDAY 3rd Friday of each month 6:00pm Creative Recovery, Project Based workshop - Please RSVP (Women Only)
SUNDAY 3rd Sunday of each month 5:00pm Napypaa meets and PICPC meets immediately after at 6:30pm
Starting in July on Sundays from 1pm to 4pm: Come hear Ben and Tribal band jam and socialize with us! (Through the Summer)
Sunday, September 23rd - 7:00am John Barleycorn 5th annual Golf Tournament and Fundraiser
Our Goal is to keep our doors open 365 days a year.
This year is the beginning of our fundraising campaign to raise funds to secure a permanent home for the NRRC. Our goal is to assure that there will be a safe environment in Napa Valley dedicated to individuals and families in 12-Step recovery for generations to come. The NRRC remains the welcoming door for all people in recovery in Napa Valley, whether you are taking a first step to recovery, or have walked day by day in recovery for many years.
To reach our goal of keeping our permanent home, we need support at every level. Please consider supporting the NRRC through a generous donation or by sponsoring an upcoming event. And, be sure to sign up as a member - for a small monthly donation you'll help keep our doors open for daily operations.
Thank you for considering the NRRC for your donations and support in the coming year. Forr more information, contact email@example.com
Napa Recovery Resource Center is a non-profit, 501c3.
Please remember, while we are blessed to live here in Napa Valley and enjoy all that our community has to offer, many live with the difficulties and brokeness of addiction. You, or someone you know may struggle with it everyday. Your donation will make a difference.
Get Involved. Volunteer!
Looking for a way to serve? We need your help. Whether it's helping to prepare rooms for meetings, working events, cleaning up, or being a friendly face to greet new comers - we would love to have you!
• 1 computer (new or late model)
Your donation to NRRC will help those in recovery have free access to internet job search!