SMLK, Jr. Community Church

Second Chance at Life Group Discussion/Participation, Speaker, Non-Smoking
Sunday
7:30 PM

Grupo Pasos Y Tradiciones

Grupo Pasos Y Tradiciones, Tradition
Monday
10:30 AM

Friends of the Homeless

Life Thes or Die Group, Tradition
Tuesday
7:00 PM

Church in the Acres

Change for the Better Group Non-Smoking, Topic, Discussion/Participation
Tuesday
7:30 PM

Saint Thomas Church

Grupo Un Nuevo Dia Topic, Discussion/Participation
Tuesday
7:30 PM

W W Johnson Life Center

New Attitudes Group Speaker
Wednesday
7:30 PM

Friends of the Homeless

Good as Gold Group Speaker, Discussion/Participation
Thursday
6:45 PM

Brightwood Clinic

Grupo Juntos Podemos Non-Smoking, Discussion/Participation
Thursday
7:00 PM

Church of God in Christ

Women Together in Recovery Group
Thursday
7:00 PM

W W Johnson Life Center

New Attitudes Group Discussion/Participation,
Saturday
7:00 PM

Wesley United Methodist Church

No Pain No Gain Group Just For Today Study
Saturday
9:30 AM

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 Narcotics Anonymous is a mutual aid organization that aims to help individuals for whom substance use disorder has become a problem. Commonly known as NA, Narcotics Anonymous was founded in Los Angeles in 1953 and was patterned after Alcoholics Anonymous, the first program of its kind in the world. Narcotics Anonymous thus follows a similar set of 12 principles for helping people achieve a life free from drug abuse and its consequences. These 12 steps are a collective of concepts aimed at expelling the obsession to take drugs, as well as to help recovering individuals stay clean.

 Narcotics Anonymous is a non-political and non-denominational fellowship, one that is open to everyone regardless of age, gender, race, or social class. The only requirement to join an NA meeting is the desire to stop using drugs.

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