Narcotics Anonymous is a nonprofit, international, community-based organization for recovering addicts, which is active in over 139 countries. Narcotics Anonymous (NA) members learn from one another how to live drug-free and recover from the effects of addiction in their lives. If you have considered recommending Narcotics Anonymous to someone who has a drug problem, you may have a few questions about our organization.
A Resource in Your Community
Anyone who wants to stop using drugs may become a member of Narcotics Anonymous. Membership is not limited to addicts using any particular drug. Those who feel they may have a problem with drugs, legal or illegal, including alcohol, are welcome in NA. Recovery in NA focuses on the problem of addiction, not on any particular drug.
In Time's of Illness
This relied-upon booklet was recently revised to reflect members’
experiences with challenges such as mental health issues, chronic
illness and pain, and supporting members with illnesses. It includes
section summaries in the table of contents.
NA Groups & Medication
Our Twelve Traditions remind us that medication use is a member’s personal decision, and is an outside issue for NA groups. This piece is intended for groups as they consider this issue. It does not address members’ personal decisions,
For Those in Treatment
We offer some suggestions and a basic plan of action to help recovering addicts in the transition from treatment, to continuing recovery in Narcotics Anonymous..
Introduction to NA
A welcoming introduction, and explains practices unfamiliar to those at their first meetings, and provides tips for groups to preserve an atmosphere of recovery.
Narcotics Anonymous & Medically Assisted Treatment
This information is intended for professionals who prescribe medication to treat drug addiction. The service pamphlet NA Groups and Medication listed in the pamphlet contains a broader discussion of NA members and other medications.