Narcotics Anonymous Support Groups (NA) evolved from Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) in 1953 and has since grown into a world-wide organization aimed at sharing a way to be happy and live without drugs. Narcotics Anonymous is for anyone suffering from addiction, regardless of the substance used, and membership is free. NA Support Group meetings help people recovering from addiction by using a twelve-step program, sharing personal experiences with addiction and meeting on a regular basis. Encourage someone struggling with addiction to attend the meetings and access their books and information pamphlets, which are now available in 49 languages due to the global presence of support group meetings. The Tennessee NA website features contact information for 12 major areas in Tennessee that can offer assistance with finding a meeting near you. A NA Search app is available in Google Play or the App Store.
How can I do that?
- Visit the NA website to find informational packets such as "Am I an addict?" and "Welcome to NA".
- Read "An Introduction to NA Meetings" to learn how NA Meetings are structured.
- Find a meeting near you by visiting the NA Website or by downloading the NA Meeting Search app, available for iPhone and Android devices.
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