Nar-Anon


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Nar-Anon

(nar'a-non?)
A nonprofit organization that provides group support for the family and close friends of drug addicts.
See: Alateen; Alcoholics Anonymous; Al-Anon; 12-step program
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Nar-Anon - (For relatives and friends of addicts) 726-1880 or www.
Skill #4 (support sobriety) can be applied in many ways, including by participating in the family component of treatment, attending 12-Step groups such as Al-Anon, Alateen, and Nar-Anon, and praising the substance abuser for positive changes that are observed.
Nar-Anon is an organization that has been around for many years.
Nar-Anon members learn that they didn't cause the problem, that they can't control the problem or cure it, but they can learn how to cope with it.
We have the privilege of hosting a half-dozen scouting troops (Cubs, Brownies, Girls Scouts, and Boy Scouts), weekly meetings for AA and Nar-Anon, and other community groups.
Nar-Anon is a twelve-step support group for the families and friends of addicts.
Nar-Anon is a 12-step support group for the families and friends of addicts.
Al-Anon Family Groups and Nar-Anon are probably the best known of these 12-step groups, but help is out there for adult children of alcoholics, codependents, co-sex addicts and many others.
This "reality check" is one of the most important benefits of participating in Al-Anon, Nar-Anon and programs like them.