What is Narcotics Anonymous?


Narcotics Anonymous is a nonprofit fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem. Narcotics uses 12 step model that has been expanded and developed for people with varied substance abuse issues and is the second largest 12 step organisation. It was formed in 1953 and it is 65 years old. It was founded by Jimmy Kinnon. NA states that the only requirement for membership is a desire to stop using. Membership in NA is free. According to philosophy of  NA program , most addicts do not realize that they had a problem with drugs until they had none left. Regular meetings hosted by NA groups are the basic unit of NA fellowship. There are two basic types of meetings , open and closed. Anyone is welcome to attend a open meeting while close meetings are limited to addicts. NA is a spiritual program of recovery from the disease of addiction. There are more than 67,000 NA meetings in 139 countries.




7 comments on “What is Narcotics Anonymous?”

    1. Not trash brother….It’s a free nonprofit organization….and if anyone wants to express or share anything anonymously…..it’s a good platform and it has a very wide fellowship across the word.


      1. Sister* lmao and I’m aware.
        Ya girl is almost a year sober.
        NA is for jackasses wearing affliction shirts and making judgments on each other solely based on how big their vape clouds are as they boast about how many times they’ve overdoses. Or “died.”


      2. Congrats on your 1 year soberty…..I myself don’t attend meeting regularly but yaa m connected to many NA members …..the thing is to stay clean in what so manner suits you.😊😊


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