Narcotics Anonymous (NA)

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Narcotics Anonymous (NA) is a community of people who support each other to achieve and maintain a drug free life. The only requirement for participation in NA is a desire to stop using drugs. Meetings are online and face-to-face in Cambridge.

The primary service provided by Narcotics Anonymous (NA) is weekly meetings, held online or in person. Each group is autonomous, organising itself according to a series of 12 principles common to the entire organisation. It is a programme based around complete abstinence from drugs. Meetings can be ‘open to all’ (meaning anyone can attend) or ‘open to addicts only’ (meaning only for people who want to address their own drug problems). Meetings are facilitated by NA members. Other members may take part by talking in turn about their experiences of addiction and the recovery, or the strength and hope they’ve discovered through NA. All meetings and events are confidential and anonymous.

Membership is open to anyone with a drug problem seeking help, regardless of what drug or combination of drugs have been used, and irrespective of age, sex, religion, race, creed or class.

There is no membership fee.

Some meetings request a donation in order to cover cost of room hire and refreshments.

How to contact

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Where to go

Available Throughout South Cambridgeshire District

The EDGE Café
351 Mill Road

Bermuda Road Community Room
Histon Road

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