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WHAT WE ARE:

We are a support group for family and friends of
those suffering from addiction.  The Nar-Anon
program is designed to help relatives and friends
of addicts recover from the effects of living with an
addicted person.

We come to find a way out of our despair and to
use tools of the program to regain our lives.  
Nar-Anon is a spiritual program, not a religious
program.  We do not advocate any particular belief
system.
WE MEET TO:

*
 Learn drug abuse is an illness
*  Share our experiences, strength and   
hope at weekly meetings
*  Regain Confidence
*  Improve the Family Attitude
We know what it is like to be alone with this problem, to deal with feelings of panic, frustration and desperation.  In the Nar-Anon
program we learned that the drug abuser's illness affects the lives of everyone close to them, and that we too needed help.

It has been a great relief to learn more effective ways of coping with this situation while at the same time gaining some peace of mind,
hope and help in finding a better way to live
.
Georgia Region Nar-Anon
HELPLINE:  

404-647-2039
For those affected by someone else's addiction
NEXT REGIONAL MEETING:

Jan. 19, 2019
Monroe, GA
Nar-Anon Family Group
Headquarters, Inc.
23110  Crenshaw Blvd., Suite A
Torrance, CA 90505  USA
Phone:  (800) 477-6291

or Email:  wso@nar-anon.org
GA Region Convention VIII
We are a worldwide self-help fellowship without dues or fees which uses a "Twelve Steps" / "Twelve Traditions" / "Twelve Concepts" of
Nar-Anon Service process as our foundation.

The principles they embody are universal, applicable to everyone, whatever his or her personal creed. In Nar-Anon, we strive for an ever deeper
understanding of these steps, traditions and concepts and we pray for the wisdom to apply them to our lives.  
3 Cs of Nar-Anon

We didn't CAUSE it,

We can't
CURE it,

and we can't
CONTROL it.
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