To find a meeting in the San Fernando Valley Area, click on a day of the week on the navigation bar in the left margin to view times, locations or maps.
Download a printable PDF version of the current SFV meeting directory - click on this link
In the spirit of cooperation with our neighbor in the San Fernando Valley, the West End Area, we provide a PDF version of their meeting directory. To download, view or print the West End Area NA Meeting Directory, Updated April 2013
For meetings outside the SFV Area, try the Southern California Regional website of Narcotics Anonymous® at www.todayna.org or download the current printed Regional Directory here (Spring 2013)
For NA Helplines outside the SFV Area and throughout California, click here
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Narcotics Anonymous: A Resource in Your Community
NA’s primary approach to recovery is its belief in the therapeutic value of one addict helping another. Members take part in NA meetings by talking about their experiences and recovery from drug addiction. NA meetings are informally structured, held in space rented by the group, and are led by members who take turns opening and closing the meeting. NA meetings and other services are funded entirely from donations by addict members and the sale of recovery literature. Financial contributions from non-members are not accepted.
Most NA meetings are held regularly at the same time and place each week, usually in a public facility. There are two basic types of meetings those which are open to the general public and those closed to the public (for addicts only). Meetings vary widely in format. Some formats are: participation, speaker, question and answer, topic discussion, and some have a combination of these formats. The function of any meeting is always the same: to provide a suitable and reliable environment for personal recovery.
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NOTE: Our Third Tradition states, “The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop using.” We believe that no addict seeking recovery should be denied access to a meeting. However, some of the facilities in which our meetings are held have their own rules, which may or may not restrict admission to outside visitors. Specifically, some treatment centers require adherence to “Recovery House Rules”, i.e., they restrict entrance to their facility by anyone who is intoxicated.
Narcotics Anonymous has no opinion on outside issues; we do not endorse, finance or lend the NA name to any related facility or outside enterprise. If you need help finding a meeting where you feel welcome, please call our informational Phoneline and speak to a recovering addict for assistance.