NA Meetings in Safford, Arizona

Narcotics Anonymous is a nonprofit fellowship of men and women who share the common goal of recovering from their drug addiction. The majority of the time, NA meetings are devoted to open sharing sessions, in which attendees share any personal issues, concerns, or worries that they may be experiencing. There are a total of 4 NA meetings in Safford, Arizona, including Arizona State Prison, The Stir and United Methodist Church. The NA program is a set of principles based on the 12-steps of recovery. There are no strings attached in the meetings of NA, as they are not affiliated with any political, religious, or law enforcement organizations. In addition, there are drug and alcohol treatment centers in Safford and Arizona. NA meetings are open to anyone, regardless of age, sexual orientation, creed, race, religion, or lack of religion.

Arizona State Prison

Graham Unit Group

The Stir

Stir It Up Group Speaker, Discussion/Participation
Wednesday
06:00 PM

United Methodist Church

Monday Night Survivors Group Discussion/Participation
Monday
06:00 PM

United Methodist Church

Monday Night Survivors Group Topic, Discussion/Participation
Wednesday
06:00 PM
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