Chair | Tim R.

CWPASCNA’s Hospitals & Institutions Subcommittee brings Narcotics Anonymous meetings to those in jails, hospitals, and institutions!

From NA IP No. 20:

The purpose of an H&I meeting is to carry the message of recovery to addicts who do not have full access to regular Narcotics Anonymous meetings. H&I meetings, except for those in long-term facilities, are intended to introduce those addicts in attendance to the basics of the NA program. In order to form a clear understanding of an H&I meeting, it is important to learn about our service structure.

An H&I meeting is generally a service provided by an area service committee’s H&I subcommittee. These meetings occur in hospitals, treatment centers, correctional facilities, and adolescent institutions. Rather than being an NA group, it is vital that an H&I meeting always be held under the direction of an H&I subcommittee.


Every Saturday at 8p

Stepping Stones
1034 Grove Street, Meadville PA 16335
(814) 333-5810

Go to security elevator on the first floor, dial 5811 on the phone to request to be keyed up.

Panel Coordinator: Tim R.

Every other Tuesday at 7:30p

Turning Point
4849 US-322, Franklin, PA 16323
(888) 333-1356

Check in at Front Desk.

Panel Coordinator: Open

2nd & Last Sunday at 7p

Freedom Center
847 Allegheny Blvd, Franklin PA 16323
(888) 333-1356

Located to the right of the Knights Inn. Park in rear. Check into office at rear of building.

Panel Coordinator: Sue S.

Every Other Friday at 8p.

Alpine Springs
226 West Erie Street, Linesville PA 16424
(814) 818-0002

Check in at front desk.

Panel Coordinator: Marcell M.

Panel Coordinator: Troy S.


June | 12 Step Unity Weekend Retreat | Oil Creek Family Campground | Titusville, PA 

September | Bicentennial Park | H&I Volunteer Appreciation Day picnic | Meadville, PA


Do you have six (6) months or more clean and would like to be of service?

Are you a facility that is interested in Narcotics Anonymous meetings?

Reach out to the H&I Chair to learn more!

Addicts behind the walls of hospitals and institutions need meetings too! Bring the message to addicts who are currently unable to come to get it themselves.


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