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Narcotics Anonymous
Phone (0251) 382 052 (Joy/Dave)
Fax (0251) 382 053
Office Hours 24 hours 7 days a week
Email

Website: Yakita, Narcotics Anonymous Website

Membership in Narcotics Anonymous:

Open to men, women and children of all nationalities. Current number of members over 100. No membership fees. Membership entitles a person to come to meetings, have a self-support group to assist in their personal recovery. Most activities are held in Indonesian & English

About Narcotics Anonymous:

NA is a fellowship of addicts in recovery. It is a free program. The only requirement for membership is the willingness to stop using drugs. You are a member when you say you're a member. There are no dues or fees. Primary activity of the organization is self-support group meetings.

Regular meetings are held every week at the SOS International Clinic on Jl. Antasari. Free. Open meetings are open for non-members. Information is available on drugs and alcohol and how to stop using harmful chemicals which cause problems in one's life. Regular meetings are also held in Bali.

Notices of meetings are also placed in The Jakarta Post Classifieds.

Yayasan Hati Kita

Our recovery center is the most comprehensive addiction treatment and recovery program available in the country currently using both Indonesian and English in our daily residential programs. Our services range from hotline Service (0809-JUNKIE changes to 0251 243077 / 243069), database, confidential services that cover counseling for addicts and family of addicts, Crisis Intervention, Confidential laboratory services (basic, more in preparation and will be operational in September 2000); Residential recovery treatment center, 6 months peer counseling training program (for recovered addicts who wish to become certified in working in recovery centers), services for addicts with HIV/AIDS and HCV, providing training on addiction, HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis, and general Reproductive Health, Aftercare programs for those who wish to have a support group in Jakarta and learn about addiction (free component) and Hospice for Terminal AIDS & Hepatitis (in preparation).

Regular aftercare meetings are held every Sunday at Jl.Dr. Sumeru 112, Bogor {Changes to - Villa Pandawa YAKITA Jl. Ciasin No 21}, 13.00. No fees, and open to non-members.

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