Below is a list of resources both local and national that can assist you with a variety of needs.
The links below can be used to find local hotline phone numbers, meetings and/or events for that area.
NA World Service Links.
Comprised of 13 Narcotics Anonymous Regions in the Western United States.
Please note that NA does not affiliate with or endorse any of these services, we are simply providing this information to assist with any number of issues that you may be facing.
Al-Anon (805) 495-0270 Bullying Hotline (800) 420-1479 CalHOPE (833) 317-HOPE (4673) or calhope.org Child Abuse Hotline (800) 799-7233 Domestic Violence Services 211ventura.org Drug Crisis Hotline (877) 235-4525 Eating Disorder (630) 577-1330 Emergency Services (County/City/State) 211 Families Anonymous (800) 736-9805 Grief Support (650) 321-3438 Homeless Shelter (local) 211 or (805) 385-1800 Intervention Services (805) 652-6267
Lifeline (800) 784-8433 Mental Health Helpline (800) 442-9673 Nar-Anon (800) 477-6291 or nar-anon.org Painted Brain (800) 854-7771 or paintedbrain.org Poison Control (800) 222-1222 Probation Department (805) 654-2106 Rape Crisis Center (800) 656-4673 Runaways (services for) (800) Runaway (786-2929) Self Harm (800) 366-8288 Suicide Prevention Hotline (800) 273-8255 Treatment Referral Line (National) (800) 662-HELP (4357)
Address: P.O. Box 23596 Ventura, CA 93002 24-Hour Phone line: 1-888-817-7425 Email: email@example.com
Here are some tips to help you understand how to get started:
Simply find a meeting on our meeting directory page.
No need to make an appointment, but maybe show up a bit early, and have a seat anywhere you like.
Have a listen, share, or don’t share.
Mostly just learn you are not alone.
None of us could do this alone, we do this together.
For us drugs had become a major problem.
To help each other stay clean, we recovering addicts meet regularly.
No initiation fees or promises are required.
You are already a member if you have the desire to stop using.
If you want to do something about your problem:
We want to know how we can help.
We all thought we were powerless to do anything about our addiction.
Experience has shown us, if we keep coming to meetings regularly, we stay clean.