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238 NA Meetings in Arkansas




Benton, AR

Friday 7:00 PM

Warren, AR

Sunday 7:00 PM

Dardanelle, AR

Monday 7:00 PM

Horatio, AR

Thursday 7:00 PM

DeWitt, AR

Monday 7:00 PM

Bentonville, AR

Tuesday 8:00 PM

Joiner, AR

Thursday 7:00 PM

Fort Smith, AR

Saturday 8:00 PM

Pine Bluff, AR

Tuesday 6:00 PM

Dardanelle, AR

Thursday 8:00 PM
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Learn More About NA Meetings in Arkansas

Thousands of NA meetings take place around the country each day. In Arkansas, NA meetings provide a safe escape for those looking for a supportive environment that is conducive to their recovery goals. Narcotics Anonymous “provides a recovery process and peer support network” which is linked together to offer a full-range community that backs healing and recovery.

In Arkansas, you’ll find NA meetings taking place in most major cities such as Little Rock, Fayetteville, Hot Springs and Jonesboro as well as most small towns. Many people find NA meetings to be a welcome opportunity to work with others in recovery and appreciate the fact that there are no social, racial, religious or economic restrictions that would otherwise hinder the ability for group involvement.

How Much Do NA Meetings in Arkansas Cost?

Are you worried that you cannot afford treatment? NA meetings, in Arkansas and around the world are completely free. You are not required to pay anything to join a meeting, you are not required to pay anything to be involved in a meeting and you will never be required to make payments are part of your involvement in Narcotics Anonymous. Most groups do taken an offering in which members are encouraged to donate to the program, but donations are purely at the discretion of each individual attending the group and are not a requirement.

What is an NA Meeting Like?

Local services provide regular NA meetings which generally have a somewhat cohesive feel from one meeting or group to the next. During a meeting you can expect:

  • An opening statement or sometimes a prayer if a meeting group happens to be religious.
  • Opening introductions of the front speaker as well as sometimes of new members or even all members of the group.
  • Motivational speaking and group speaking.
  • Support from the group and an after meeting talk session in which members can openly share support.

Your membership in an NA meeting in Arkansas is solely based on your desire to quit using drugs. The idea here is complete abstinence, but open meetings welcome those who recently used but are now ready to make positive change in their lives. Don’t be afraid to attend a meeting, even if you only made the decision to get sober mere hours before. There’s no better time than the immediate present when it comes to finding a support community that will help you get well.

Why Choose NA?

Members of NA groups report improved quality of life following their regular involvement in the meetings that take place in Arkansas and in other areas of the world. 92% of NA members report improved family relationships and 88% report improved social connection. Studies further show that being socially connected to others who share similar goals of sobriety can greatly impact the overall ability for a recovering addict to remain sober.

NA helps you to get sober, remain sober and heal from the pain that addiction has caused in your life. People choose NA for help, support and guidance when addiction has taken over their lives.

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  1. Detox Phase

    Many long term drug abusers avoid getting help because they’re afraid to suffer the mental, physical and emotional trauma of the withdrawal process—but there’s no need to fear. When detoxification is monitored by trained, clinical professionals, problems are minimized and comfort is maximized. Now is the best time rid your body of addictive substances once and for all.

  2. Rehab Phase

    After detoxification, you can move on to getting treatment with a clearer mind and stronger body. Rehabilitation structures your life around breaking free of addiction. Group, family, and individual therapy can uncover and address any co-occurring mental health issues that may be contributing to your addiction.

  3. Recovery Phase

    Being honest about yourself is the key to long-lasting recovery. Ongoing attendance at 12-step meetings is a great way to maintain sobriety by helping you continue to work on issues and build a support network to see you through hard times, so you can continue to live a happier, healthier, more fulfilled life.

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