What Happens at a Narcotics Anonymous Meeting?

“If you’re new to NA or planning to go to a Narcotics Anonymous meeting for the first time, it might be nice to know a little bit about what happens in our meetings. The information here is meant to give you an understanding of what we do when we come together to share recovery. The words we use and the way we act might be unfamiliar to you at first, but hopefully this information can help you get the most out of your first NA meeting or help you feel more comfortable as you keep coming back. Showing up early, staying late, and asking lots of questions before and after meetings will help you get the most out of every meeting you attend….

…People have all sorts of reasons for attending NA meetings, but the purpose of each meeting is to give NA members a place to share recovery with other addicts. If you are not an addict, look for an open meeting, which welcomes non-addicts. If you’re an addict or think you might have a drug problem, we suggest a meeting every day for at least 90 days to get to know NA members and our program….”

(excerpts from IP #29“An Introduction to NA Meetings”)

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March 2023 Meeting Directory

Click Here for 7th Tradition Donations to Region

The Cash App and Venmo accounts are active. Region was able to get into the bank and set both apps up. The links are as follows:

Cash App
$RegionalServiceof NA


QR codes are setup for both on the Home of Todayna,org, If a person donating has the app of the QR code they are scanning then it should take them directly to where that person can donate, if a person clicks on the Cash app QR code on the home page from a computer, it will bring up the Cash App page and tell you where you can go to get the app if you don’t already have the app, if you click on the QR code from from your phone and you do have the app it will bring you to the pay screen, if you do not have the app (for Android phones) you can select the Internet as a option and click on Get APP and it should take you the app store depending on your phone (i.e. Android or Apple).  

If a person clicks the QR code on from a computer it will direct you to the Venmo home page, if you have Venmo click the Sign in on the upper right hand corner of the page, if you do not Have Venmo, then click Sign up, also in the top right hand corner of the page, if a person clicks the QR code from a phone and has Venmo it may take you to activity page, so scanning the code may be best or going to your Venmo and putting in the @Regional-Treasury to donate (you may have to add as friend before you can donate). If a person does not have Venmo and clicks the QR code on the home page of it may ask you to download, then sign up.


IEW Area Committee Virtual and In Person Meetings

ASC – Area Service Committee
4th Sunday @ 12:00pm
934 N. Mountain Ave, Upland CA 91786

Public Relations
4th Sunday @ 10:00am
934 N. Mountain Ave, Upland CA 91786

Area Activities
3rd Sunday @ 2:00pm
Virtual: Zoom ID: 642435561 Password: iewna

Hospitals & Institutions
4th Sunday @ 10:30am
Virtual: Zoom ID: 809-170-7655 Password: 577253

& quarterly starting April 2023 in person at 934. N. Mountain Ave, Upland, CA 91786 @10:30am

Labor Day Marathon Committee
3rd Sunday @ 10:00am
934 N. Mountain Ave, Upland CA 91786