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At Narcotics Anonymous we want to help you remember what it is like to live life with the freedom you deserve. This means without drug or alcohol addiction tearing you down and keeping you from success.
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We are a group of Narcotics Anonymous based out of Fresno, California.
We all know that California is a hotbed of activity. We have quite a few major cities that house celebrities and events, and we also have a huge drug problem. When you pack so many people into one area this can lead to a lot of drug use and problems.
This means that it is more important than ever to have resources available for those who suffer from addiction. We aim to provide those resources.
Narcotics Anonymous main goal is to spread the message of recovery across the world. We aren’t here to judge or to organize we want to help people give themselves up to a higher power and improve their lives without drugs or alcohol.
Admitting you have an addiction is the first step, getting help is the next. Our center is meant to provide a resource for those seeking to begin their recovery journey. We want to make sure you are properly well informed and taken care of.
Group settings are known to improve the success rates of recovery. Stop by one of our meetings to get a feel for how they work and how we can best help you.
For addiction treatment to work, it needs to be designed toward the individual. That means a person’s needs must be evaluated and plans made to fit those needs. A relapse while in recovery shouldn’t be seen as a failure, it is just another stepping stone and means their treatment should be altered. The best treatment […]
People may think addiction is only for the lower class, those who are poor or uneducated. If you have money and a good life, you may think it isn’t possible to become addicted. This isn’t true. Addiction can affect anyone from any background. Addiction does not discriminate. No single reason or action can lead to […]
Stigma can be a barrier between an addict and their recovery. This is because people make assumptions about those with addiction and let that dictate how they treat or talk about others. Stigma is a false negative viewpoint or belief concerning a topic or group of people that is held regardless of what proves otherwise. […]