MOA Monthly Meeting

Malden Senior Center, Gymnasium (map)

Please join us for the Malden Overcoming Addiction monthly meeting.

Items to be discussed include:

  • #MaldenStopTheStigma day held on April 10th

  • The 3rd annual MOA #togetherwecan Comedy Night on May 16th

Meeting Location:
Malden Senior Center
7 Washington Street

We look forward to seeing you there!

Author Talk with J. Kelly III

Author Talk with J. Kelly III

Malden Public Library (map)

Author Talk with Jack Kelly III

Sharp Needle is an autobiographical account of Jack Kelly's tragic spiral into heroin addiction, recovery and running for office, in the cutthroat world of Boston Politics.


Malden Public Library
36 Salem Street

Improbable Players

Improbable Players

Malden High School (map)

Improbable Players are coming to Malden for a fantastic, free, and educational event.

Improbable Players Mission Statement: To set the stage for prevention by educating the public about addiction and recovery through dramatic performances and theater workshops -presented by actors who are in long-term recovery from addictions - that help people recognize situations in their own lives and seek the help they need.

Location: Malden High School, Jenkins Auditorium

Thank you to Malden High School, Malden Overcoming Addiction and The City of Malden's Health Department for putting this together. #Freeevent

Comedy Night Fundraiser

Comedy Night Fundraiser

Malden Irish American Club (map)

Have you got your tickets yet?

Malden Overcoming Addiction is having it's 3rd Annual #TogetherWeCan comedy night fundraiser Featuring: Dave Russo and Friends.

All of the proceeds from this fundraiser will go directly to support the work of MOA. In addition to comedy, there will be music, food, silent auctions, raffles and more.

Location: Malden Irish American Club at 177 West Street

Tickets are $25.00 and available for purchase HERE.

Malden Overcoming Addiction has a mission: We seek to connect the community with addiction support and recovery services, remove the stigma of addiction, and fight to eliminate overdose fatalities