Medway – Recovery Community Links

Recovery is an ongoing process that will continue long after the end of your structured treatment programme.

By establishing positive recovery routines you can continue to implement the skills you learnt from structured treatment. At Open Road we will help you to build strong and reliable networks with a range of individuals and organisations which will provide you with a safe community to turn to when you feel challenged in your recovery journey.

Open Road has strong links to the wider recovery communities in Medway.

 

NA Meetings

Narcotics Anonymous run a safe and inclusive meeting from our hub on Tuesday evenings between 7.30pm and 9pm.

Other local meetings are available on:

Sunday –  7.30pm – The Salvation Army, 50 Green Street, Gillingham. ME7 1XA

Thursday – 7.30pm – Turning Point, 423 High Street, Chatham. ME4 4NU

AA Meetings

Alcoholics Anonymous run a safe and inclusive meeting from our hub on Thursday lunch time between 12pm and 1.30pm.

Other local meetings are on:

Monday – 8pm – Wainscott Memorial Hall, Holly Road, Rochester ME2 4LG

Tuesday and Friday – 8pm – Chatham United Reform Church, Clover Street, Chatham. ME4 6PU

Wednesday – 12pm – Quakers Meeting House, Northgate, Rochester. ME1 1LS

Saturday – 10.45am – Rochester Friends Meeting House, Northgate, Rochester. ME1 1LS

Sunday – 12pm – St Michaels RC Church Hall, Hills Terrace, Chatham. ME4 6PU

 

 

CA

Cocaine Anonymous run a safe and inclusive meeting from our hub on Monday evenings between 7.30pm and 9pm.

Other local meetings are on:

Tuesday – 7.30pm United Reformed Church, Week Street, Maidstone. ME14 1QU

Wednesday – 7.30pm – St Augustines Church, 192 Rock Avenue, Gillingham. ME7 5PW

Thursday – 7pm – Mill House, Mill Street, Maidstone. ME15 6XH

Friday – 7.30pm – Forward Trust Building, 6-8 Park Road, Sittingbourne. ME10 1DR

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