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Halifax, NS B3K 3P2Narcotics Anonymous:a fellowship of recovering drug addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean.
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Weekly meetings are open for both students and non-students to attend, and may feature various 'theme' nights from fun and games to more serious current event discussions impacting the GLTBQ community.
email: [email protected]: (Group Meets Fridays at pm (subject to change, see webpage for updates)) at University of New Brunswick - Fredericton Campus, Marshall D'Avry Hall, Room 235The UNBSJ Q-Collective, Saint John: A social and support organisation for UNBSJ students, staff and faculty.
506-634-8288email: [email protected] web: meets every Sunday (am) at 215 Wentworth St, Saint John, NBAIDS Moncton, Moncton:offers support to people living with HIV and their families and friends, education and awareness 506-859-9616email: [email protected]: (506-859-4726 fax) 80 Weldon St, Moncton, NB, E1C 5V8AIDS New Brunswick / SIDA Nouveau-Brunswick, Fredericton:committed to facilitating community-based responses to the issues of HIV/AIDS.
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Al-Anon/Alateen:for families & friends of problem drinkers. 466-7077web: Atlantic Canadian Lesbians: Online Group For Lesbians from the Atlantic Provinces Atlantic Poz: A new discussion group is for individuals living with HIV in Atlantic Canada.See a list of upcoming events.) at 702 rue Principale, Petit-Rocher NB.Look for rainbow flag and/or door with pink triangle at rear of parking lot.Cape Breton University Sexual Diversity Centre, Sydney: We provide a welcoming environment for GLBTQ people and their Allies.
902-563-1481email: [email protected](Monday to Thursday -5 or by appointment) at the Students' Union Building, Cape Breton University.Transgendered Peer Support Group, Moncton: Open to all M2F, F2M, Andro and trans-supporters from across Atlantic Canada. Contact group coordinator Rob Sinnott at the number listed, email, or visit the web page for more info. 699-0509email: [email protected]: will aim to hold Chapter Meetings on the third Thursday of each month. John's email: [email protected]: Women's Centre, Wolfville: 585-2140email: [email protected](Acadia SUB Second Level Balcony ) Affirm United, Halifax: GLBT & Friends support, action and worshipping community within the United Church 461-4528email: [email protected] Coalition of Cape Breton, Sydney: Support, advocacy, prevention/education for those infected or affected by HIV/AIDS. Queer Advocacy and Education, Needle Distribrution, Food Bank, Coffee, Safe Space for those infected or affected. Provides direct service and support for people living with HIV/AIDS and also offers various prevention programs across NS.