Brightmoore Community Center

Spiritual Bread Group
Sunday
10:30 AM

Christ The King Activity Center

Sunday Morning Surrender Group
Sunday
11:00 AM

Blithesome Hillcrest Home

Reach for the Top Group Non-Smoking
Sunday
1:00 PM

Hillcrest

Reaching for the Top Group Discussion/Participation
Sunday
1:00 PM

Recovery on Mettetal Group

Recovery on Mettetal Group
Sunday
3:30 PM

Northwest Activities Center

Just for Today Group Discussion/Participation, Non-Smoking
Sunday
5:00 PM

Freedom Missonary Baptist Church

Seeking Recovery Group
Sunday
6:00 PM

Pleasant Grove Baptist Church

Recovery on Dequindre Group Non-Smoking, Speaker
Sunday
8:00 PM

Surrender on Sunday Group

Surrender on Sunday Group
Sunday
10:00 PM
Monday
10:00 AM

Ford Memorial

Phonex Group Topic
Monday
10:30 AM

Craig Memorial Church

We Have a Higher Power Group
Monday
11:00 AM

Latino Family Services

Get Real Group Discussion/Participation
Monday
12:00 PM

Sophie Wright Settlement House

Faith not Fear Group Speaker
Monday
12:00 PM

Salvation Army

Welcome To Lilfe Group
Monday
1:00 PM

Conventional Baptist Church

No More Excuses Group Literature Study
Monday
6:00 PM

True Love Activities Building

Shared Hopes Group Candlelight
Monday
7:00 PM

Elmhurst Home

Willingness to Recover Group
Monday
7:00 PM

Grace Hospital

Ties That Bind Us Group
Monday
7:00 PM

Lutheran Church of Epiphany

Miracles do Happen Group Discussion/Participation
Monday
7:30 PM

Truth Lutheran Church

Joyous & Free I Group Discussion/Participation
Monday
8:00 PM

Elyton Missionary Church

Born Again Group
Monday
8:30 PM

Chruch of God

Freedom from Prejudice Group
Monday
8:30 PM

Saint James Presbyterian Church

Alive & Kicking Group
Tuesday
10:00 AM

First Unitarian Church

Recovery on Campus Group
Tuesday
11:00 AM

12 Step Study Group

12 Study Group
Tuesday
11:00 AM

Ebenezer Church

Say Yes to Recovery Group
Tuesday
6:00 PM

Agape House

Recovery with Dignity Group
Tuesday
6:00 PM

Tired Stone Baptist Church

New & Improved Group
Tuesday
7:00 PM

Redford Presbyterian Church

Unconditional Love Group Discussion/Participation
Tuesday
7:00 PM

United Congregational Church

Motor City Recovery Group
Tuesday
8:30 PM

Inner City Alano Club

Keep Coming Group Discussion/Participation
Tuesday
8:30 PM

Eastside YMCA

Positive Input for Recovery Group
Tuesday
11:59 PM

Saint Olaf Lutheran Church

Learn to Love the NA Way Group
Tuesday
9:30 AM

Renaissance Church

New Way Group Discussion/Participation
Wednesday
11:00 AM

Granddale Presbyterian Church

Recovery in Progress Group
Wednesday
12:00 PM

Recreation Center

Been Through the Fire Group
Wednesday
6:00 PM

Veterans Hospital

Help in Progress Group
Wednesday
6:30 PM

Eastside YMCA

Stay Alive Group
Wednesday
7:15 PM

Brightmoore Community Center

New People in Recovery Group Non-Smoking
Wednesday
8:00 PM

Life Goes On Group

Life Goes On Group
Thursday
10:00 AM

Fellowship Chapel

Fellowship Group
Thursday
11:00 AM

Kadesh Baptist Church

Elevator Out...Takes Group Discussion/Participation
Thursday
5:00 PM

Kermeny Recreation Center

Play to Win Group
Thursday
6:00 PM

Gods Way Church

New Way To Live Group
Thursday
6:00 PM

Tired Stone Baptist Church

New & Improved Group
Thursday
6:45 PM

Eastside YMCA

We Grow Together Group
Thursday
7:00 PM

Cross of Glory Lutheran Church

Recovery in the Basement Group
Thursday
7:30 PM

Capuchin Soup Kitchen

Dawn of Growth Group
Thursday
8:00 PM

Russell Woods Church

Listening Is Sharing Group, Tradition
Thursday
8:00 PM

Inner City Alano Club

Simply Recovery Group Discussion/Participation
Thursday
8:30 PM

Must be Friday Group

Must be Friday Group
Friday
11:00 AM

George Evans Recreation Center

Clean Air Group Non-Smoking, Discussion/Participation
Friday
5:00 PM

Kermeny Recreation Center

Tri City Group
Friday
5:00 PM

True Love Activities Building

Recovery Happy Hour Group
Friday
5:30 PM

New Bethel Baptist Church

I Found a Home in NA Group Discussion/Participation
Friday
5:30 PM

Saint Imanuel United Church

A Miracle in the Makes Group
Friday
7:00 PM

Grace Hospital

Freedom to Change Group Discussion/Participation
Friday
7:00 PM

Unity Church

Sharing in the Park Group
Friday
7:30 PM

Just Us Group

Just Us Group
Friday
7:30 PM

Pleasant Grove Baptist Church

Keep Love Alive Group
Friday
8:00 PM

Craig Memorial Church

Rise Shine & Free Yourself Group Non-Smoking
Friday
10:00 PM

Eastside YMCA

Positive Input for Recovery Group
Friday
11:59 PM

Christ The King Activity Center

Midnight Candlelight Group Candlelight
Friday
11:59 PM

Cots

Turning it Over Group
Friday
9:30 AM

Faith Memorial Church

Recovery in Reality Group Discussion/Participation
Saturday
10:00 AM

Tabernacle Community Center

We Do Exist Group
Saturday
12:00 PM

Eastside YMCA

Recovery Gives Life Group Non-Smoking
Saturday
12:00 PM

Conner House

Run Way to Recovery Group
Saturday
2:00 PM

Veterans Hospital

We Do Recover Group Non-Smoking,
Saturday
3:00 PM

Burnette Baptist Church

Signs of Recovery Group
Saturday
3:00 PM

Fellowship Chapel

Through & Meditation Group Meditation
Saturday
3:00 PM

True Love Activities Building

True Love Group Non-Smoking,
Saturday
4:00 PM

True Love Activities Building

Spiritually Together Group Non-Smoking, Gay/Lesbian
Saturday
7:00 PM

Smyrna Missionary Baptist Church

Daily Meditation Group Just For Today Study, Speaker, Discussion/Participation
Saturday
7:30 PM

Cots

Give Life a Chance Group Discussion/Participation
Saturday
8:00 PM

Our Lady Queen of Angels Church Gym

Tired of Losing Group
Saturday
8:00 PM

Elmhurst Home

Before the Lights Go Out Group Discussion/Participation
Saturday
10:00 PM

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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.

Your journey to recovery is one that you don’t have to take alone. Take comfort in knowing that other individuals are going through the same challenges as you and that you can serve as a positive influence on one another. Discover Narcotics Anonymous meetings in or near Detroit, Michigan by clicking the button provided on this page.