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Narcotics Anonymous (NA) in Georgia has a rich history that began in 1975 with our very first meeting in Atlanta, Georgia. Since those humble beginnings, we have experienced remarkable growth, evolving into a thriving community that spans across the state. Today, we proudly serve individuals from all walks of life who are grappling with the disease of addiction.
Our Commitment to Recovery
At GRSCNA, we understand that recovery is not just a personal journey; it’s a collective endeavor. We firmly believe in the principle that “we cannot keep what we have unless we give it away.” This philosophy guides our mission and our commitment to helping others find hope, healing, and freedom from addiction.
Our primary mission is to carry the message of recovery to those who still suffer from addiction in the Georgia region. We are dedicated to creating an inclusive, judgment-free, and supportive environment where individuals can find the strength and courage to embark on their own journeys to recovery.
What We Offer
- Fetching... Registered Meetings: Today, NA in Georgia boasts over six hundred registered meetings across fifteen areas in Georgia. These meetings encompass a variety of formats, including speaker meetings, step study groups, open discussions, and more. There is a meeting for everyone, regardless of where you are on your path to recovery.
- Recovery Resources: We provide access to essential NA literature, pamphlets, and guides that serve as valuable tools on your journey to a drug-free life.
- Community and Fellowship: Join our compassionate and diverse community of individuals who understand the challenges of addiction and the joy of recovery. Here, you will find unwavering support and fellowship.
Join Us on the Path to Recovery
We welcome you to explore our website and discover the wealth of resources and opportunities available to you. Whether you’re seeking a meeting, information about NA, or simply a supportive community, you’ve come to the right place. We are glad you’re here, and we are here to help.