NA Meetings in Boulder, Colorado

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 12 NA meetings in Boulder, Colorado, including Boulder One, Center for Adults with Disabilities and First Baptist 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 Boulder and Colorado. NA meetings are open to anyone, regardless of age, sexual orientation, creed, race, religion, or lack of religion.

Boulder One

Welcome Home Group Discussion/Participation
Monday
07:00 PM

Boulder One

Why Are We Here Group Discussion/Participation
Wednesday
07:00 PM

Center for Adults with Disabilities

Tuesday Night Candlelight Group Discussion/Participation
Tuesday
08:00 PM

First Baptist Church

Retune At Noon Group Questions & Answers
Monday
12:00 PM

First Baptist Church

Retune At Noon Group
Tuesday
12:00 PM

First Baptist Church

Retune At Noon Group
Wednesday
12:00 PM

First Baptist Church

Retune At Noon Group Questions & Answers
Thursday
12:00 PM

First Baptist Church

Thursday Night Candlelight Group, Just For Today Study, Discussion/Participation
Thursday
07:00 PM

First Baptist Church

Retune At Noon Group Speaker
Friday
12:00 PM

First Baptist Church

Progress Not Perfection Group Literature Study, Speaker
Friday
08:00 PM

Mapleton Center

Work Thes Or Die Group Speaker
Sunday
05:30 PM

YWCA

Surviving Saturday Group Discussion/Participation
Saturday
08:00 PM
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