Welcome to the NSA Manhattan Site

We have a new location!

Our meetings are held at 519 8th Ave (between 35th and 36th Street), on the 12th floor (Pearl Studios) in rooms K & L – just around the corner from our old location! Once you get to the building, just walk in, show your ID, go up to the 12th floor, and come to the rooms. We’ll be there waiting for you.

You have several options of getting here. You can take the NYCS-bull-trans-2.svg NYCS-bull-trans-3.svg NYCS-bull-trans-A.svg NYCS-bull-trans-C.svg NYCS-bull-trans-E.svg to Penn Station, or the NYCS-bull-trans-N.svg NYCS-bull-trans-Q.svg NYCS-bull-trans-R.svgto Herald Square, and then just walk over.

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We’re a support group for people who stutter. Once a month we come together, hang out, relax and talk about all things stuttering-related. As a chapter of the NSA, our thinking is that one of the best ways to help ourselves is by getting support from one another. This is a very special place for anyone who stutters, regardless of where you are on your journey, to come be part of a very safe and non-judgmental environment. We hope you join us.

Our Monthly Recaps


 

February Recap

We met on Monday night for our last meeting at Aspire Center with a mixture of sadness and great appreciation. We spent the first few minutes expressing gratitude to Diane Brown, a true friend and wonderful SLP at Aspire who made it all possible, and then shifted to... read more

January Recap

We had a great meeting first meeting of 2017 last Tuesday night on January 17th. In total, 24 people showed up, with 7 first- timers and 2 SLP’s. After an hour and a half of sharing conversations, concerns, stories, and laughter within our 3 mini groups, we ended the... read more

December Recap

We had a great December Midtown meeting with 25 people in total, including four first-timers! Thanks to everyone who came out! Afterwards, some of us crossed the street and hung out for a bit at the bar, which is always a good time. Members discussed social anxiety... read more