NA Resources

Here are several resources that can be downloaded for your convenience

NA Poster

  • A simple message “Drug Problem?  We can help. Narcotics Anonymous 877-767-7676 .”

Meeting Lists 

  • We have several meetings lists filtered by geography, common needs, etc.

Bridging the Gap

  • Request an NA member contact your client and get them to a meeting after they leave your care

NA Membership Survey

  • Contains the results of a biennial survey of approximately 12,000 NA members.

Information About NA

  • Includes facts about the history of NA, organizational philosophy, and membership demographics.

Narcotics Anonymous: Basic Text

  • Our primary recovery text, the first section offers ten chapters on recovery fundamentals, including essays on the 12 steps and 12 traditions of NA. The second half of the Basic Text is entitled, Our Members Share, and contains personal stories from recovering addicts.

It Works: How and Why

  • This is a companion piece to the Basic Text, offering in-depth essays on the 12 steps and 12 Traditions. Each chapter contains the collective experience of members, as well as a section called Applying Spiritual Principles, designed to demystify the basic principles of life in recovery.

In Times of Illness

  • This relied-upon booklet was recently revised to reflect members’ experiences with challenges such as mental health issues, chronic illness and pain, and supporting members with illnesses. It includes section summaries in the table of contents.

For Those in Treatment

  • In this pamphlet, we offer some suggestions and a basic plan of action to help recovering addicts in the transition from treatment, to continuing recovery in Narcotics Anonymous.

By Young Addicts For Young Addicts

  • This pamphlet was developed by young members of Narcotics Anonymous to illustrate the fact that young addicts around the world, speaking many different languages, are getting and staying clean in NA.

For the Parents and Guardians of Young People in NA

  • This pamphlet seeks to address some of the questions parents or caregivers may have when a young person comes to Narcotics Anonymous.

  There are more resources available at NA World Services.