Narcotics Anonymous


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Narcotics Anonymous

a nonprofit, international organization with the goal of assisting members to live drug-free.
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The Narcotics Anonymous group will either need to find another venue for their meetings, or they may be able to use Charles Street again once the centre finds new keepers.
The individuals who took part in our research were members of the Twelve-Step groups of Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous of the Greek cities of Athens, Thessaloniki, Iraklio, Nafplio, Serres and Katerini.
After that day, she went to an outpatient care program, enrolled in Quashen's program and started going to Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous meetings.
Four went to Alcoholics Anonymous (AA); one went to Narcotics Anonymous.
The court entered an injunction, prohibiting officials from considering the prisoner's refusal to participate in Narcotics Anonymous at any point in time, as a basis for denying parole.
On the Parkinson show, to be broadcast tomorrow night, the 34-year-old said she was still fighting her addiction and attends a Narcotics Anonymous (NA) meeting in every country she visits.
Adding to the complexity of such a situation is the fact that the college-age individual in recovery is usually a good 10 years younger than peers in 12-step recovery programs such as Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous, notes Lisa Laitman, director of Alcohol Assistance and Other Drug Programs at Rutgers University (NJ).
Students also pose spiritual questions that may relate to their "inherited" religious belief systems, spiritual concerns about abortion and child-beating, understanding of the spiritual dimensions of Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous, dabbling in witchcraft or devil worship, and their place in the world.
Desmond Browne QC was replying to the supermodel lawyers' claims that there was a breach of confidence which amounted to an invasion of privacy when the Daily Mirror published photographs and a story about her receiving help at Narcotics Anonymous for drug addiction.
listened as her lawyers argued that although the Daily Mirror was entitled to publish the fact she was an addict, details of non-medical treatment and a photograph of her leaving Narcotics Anonymous was a breach of confidence and invasion of privacy.
Examples are small participative religious congregations, regular attendees of Narcotics Anonymous meetings, local participative political caucuses and psychotherapy groups.