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Events
Faith Matters: Substance Abuse
September 27, 2018 7pm
St. Aloysius Church, 40 Maple Street, Stapleton Hall

Screening: The Anonymous People
September 30, 2018 530pm
St. Mark’s Church, 111 Oenoke Ridge

Monthly
Parent Support:  National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
For parents/caregivers of children with behavioral/emotional issues
Group meets third Tuesday of every month
7-830 pm Silver Hill Hospital, 208 Valley Road, New Canaan
203 984 8329 (Karen) or 203 673 2917 (Catherine)

Family Support:  National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
Group meets second Tuesday of the month
7-830 pm
Silver Hill Hospital, Room 1, Jurgenson Building
203 858 1477

Pathways Series – Addressing Addiction Topics in Our Community
Hosted by New Canaan Parent Support Group

Weekly

Alcoholics Anonymous
There is an AA meeting every single day of the week in New Canaan and most days more than one!

Celebrate Recovery
A Christ-centered recovery program.
Monday’s 730-9 pm
Noroton Presbyterian Church, 2011 Post Road, Darien
Stacy,  cr.darien.ct@gmail.com

Narcotics Anonymous
Saturday’s, 7-830 pm
United Methodist Church, 165 South Avenue, New Canaan
(Back Entrance)

New Canaan Parent Support Group
For parents with loved ones affected by substance use and abuse.
Thursdays, 7-830 pm
Library Room of St. Mark’s Church
111 Oenoke Ridge, New Canaan
203 564 6374 (Paul)

Newport Academy
Mondays,  7-8 pm
36 Old Kings Highway S, Suite 200, Darien