All the meetings on Sunday in the Central Ohio Area are displayed below. After the list of meetings you can find the definition of the meeting codes (open, closed, rotating, etc.)

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For a PDF of only the meetings in the Central Ohio Area click on the link below. You can print it and distribute it at clinics, NA meetings, libraries, recreation centers, etc. It’s designed to be printed on legal size paper (8.5″ x 14″) and folded into a quarter page.

Click to download PDF of Central Ohio Area of Narcotics Anonymous Meeting Schedule, effective 03/24/2018 – NOTE: As of 02/13/2018 the Just for Today Drop In Center at 1008 E. Livingston Ave is closed until further notice. There are many groups that were meeting in that facility; they are now meeting in other locations. This version of the paper schedule has been updated to include those location changes.

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Various times daily; click link for more info  NA by phone
Phone meeting for those unable to attend a meeting in person (while remembering that our fellowship strongly encourages all members to attend meetings in real time).
Open, Rotating
Click on link above to find instructions for meeting by phone.
11:30 am Together We Can Group – Children Welcome
Meeting at the Bell Center starting Sunday, February 18th.
813 Bryden Road, Columbus (Central)
Open, Literature, Participation
Use Rear Entrance
1:00 pm Sunday Saints Group
London Recovery Center
40 S. Walnut St, London (West)
Open, Discussion
4:00 pm Living in the Solution Group
St. Peter’s Episcopal Church
45 W Winter St, Delaware (North)
Open, Rotating
Please use rear entrance
6:00 pm Back to Basics Group
Talbot Hall – OSU Hospitals East
1441 Phale D. Hale Drive (Clifton Avenue and Taylor), Columbus (East)
Open, Literature
Children are welcome to attend this meeting.
6:00 pm Sunday Night Restore To Sanity
Charles Mill Center – Drug Court location (Door on left)
715 S Plum St, Marysville (Northwest)
6:30 pm Recovery in West Jeff Group
West Jefferson United Methodist Church
36 S. Center St., West Jefferson (West)
Open, Rotating
7:00 pm Briggsdale Discussion Group
New Horizons United Methodist Church
1665 Harrisburg Pike, Columbus (West)
Open, Rotating, Children welcome
7:00 pm Hearts 1 Group
New Life United Methodist Church
25 W. 5th Ave., Columbus (Short North)
Open, Chairperson, Children welcome
Please make good use of the “down” stair entrance off the parking lot to the west of the facility; those interested persons encumbered with walkers, wheelchairs, or leg-casts are encouraged to arrive early, and may prefer to ask assistance to ensure safe access!
8:00 pm Dopeless Hope Fiends
North Congregational United Church of Christ
2040 W. Henderson Rd., Columbus (Northwest)
Open, Discussion, Literature, Rotating
8:00 pm The Promise is Freedom Group
Reynoldsburg Church of the Nazarene
1340 Crest Road, Reynoldsburg (East)
Open, Literature
(at S.E. corner of Rosehill and Main behind CVS)
10:00 pm Better Late Than Never Group
Lower Lights Community Church of the Nazarene
1066 Bellows Avenue, Columbus (West)
Group format will be women’s group/men’s group the first and third Wednesday of the month.

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