We have provided two sections to choose from. "Am I an addict?" has material focused on persons who think they may have a problem and newcomers. The second section "For professionals" has material focused on providing informaion to professionals and the public who may be in contact with those who have a problem and are looking for information about Narcocitcs Anonymous.
Only you can answer this question.
This may not be an easy thing to do. All through
our usage, we told ourselves, “I can handle
it.” Even if this was true in the beginning, it
is not so now. The drugs handled us. We lived to
use and used to live. Very simply, an addict is
a person whose life is controlled by drugs.
Perhaps you admit you have a problem with drugs, but you don’t consider yourself an addict. All of us have preconceived ideas about what an addict is. There is nothing shameful about being an addict once you begin to take positive action. If you can iden tify with our problems, you may be able to identify with our solution.
-"IP No.7 Am I an Addict?"
Please give yourself a break and take the time to read through the material provided.
With 67, 000 meetings across 139 countries there is no doubt that we are around the world, but more importantly, we are in your communities.
Narcotics Anonymous strives to help suffering Addicts.
From our involvement in Corrections and Rehabilitation centers to Information presentations with the public and Professionals.
We are here to support those who need help, no matter where they come from.