Narcotics Anonymous Meetings are being run by the Bloods Gang in New Jersey Halfway House called Bo Robinson Treatment Center. They are dealing drugs in the NA meetings and violence is typical in the NA meetings. Some inmates are so scared they ask to go back to jail! There is so much drug dealing going on in the NA meetings, the younger crowd who typically scorn AA/NA meetings attend to get drugs.
These people are in a halfway house to aid in integrating them back into society. Once released and still on probation many are required to attend Narcotics Anonymous meetings or Alcoholics Anonymous meetings. It is this demographic that is co-mingling with minors and young adults in outside meetings. For AA and NA, the more the merrier. Just like the state government and owners of Bo Robinson, AA and NA turn their back on the sexual abuse, drug use and violence in 12 step meetings. Yet they zealously pursue our children to come to these dangerous meetings.
At a Halfway House, Bedlam Reigns
He said Narcotics Anonymous sessions and other counseling sessions sometimes included over 100 inmates and often turned raucous, with inmates shouting, arguing and throwing things, or else sleeping.
At one point, Mr. Watkins said, he discovered that many of the younger inmates who usually scorned these meetings were eagerly attending. When he learned what was happening, he said, he was stunned.
“An older resident comes in my office; he wants to see me,” Mr. Watkins recalled. “He sits down and he says, ‘Mr. Watkins, I’ve got to tell you something, but it’s got to stay between me and you.’ No problem. He said, ‘The Bloods are running the N.A. meetings.’ I said, ‘Excuse me?’ ”
“Instead of drug and alcohol talk, they were talking gang stuff.”