Request a Temporary Contact (Professionals Form)

Addicts nearing release from facilities and institutions can experience feelings of fear about re-entering society.  They may worry that they won’t find the support they need to keep their recovery going.  Narcotics Anonymous can help.

Your clients don’t have to go it alone. We “Bridge the Gap” so your clients don’t have to walk alone across that scary gap between the beginning of recovery in treatment or jail and the rest of recovery in NA.

We “Bridge the Gap” so newly released addicts don’t have to walk alone across that scary gap between the beginning of recovery in treatment or incarceration and the rest of recovery in NA.

Shortly after receiving a request for help, an NA volunteer will contact the addict.  In those first critical days, the volunteer will accompany the addict to some NA meetings, make introductions to other members of Narcotics Anonymous, and share their experience of recovery.

If the Bridging the Gap Project Manager has any questions or difficulties contacting your client, the project manager may contact you directly.

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