Welcome to the Greensboro Area of Narcotics Anonymous

The Greensboro Area of NA exists to serve NA home groups and the public in the cities of Greensboro, High Point, Burlington, Elon, Graham, Kernersville, and Reidsville, NC. We offer freedom from active addiction through the therapeutic value of one addict helping another. Recovery happens in our meetings and all are welcome and encouraged to attend! 

For those seeking recovery, the links below will be your first/best resource on the path to freedom.

Call today or come see us at one of the eighty meetings held in the Greensboro Area.

 

 

 

Area Updates

Meeting updates, website changes, and the like can be found here. Be sure to check here before contacting us if you are looking for recent updates concerning the Greensboro Area. Thanks!

Home Group and Subcommittee Reports

Submit your reports here. If you have any documents to attach to your report or want to submit a scanned/photographed copy of an already filled-out report, please email it to...

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ASC Picnic and COVID Survey

If you have not done so already, please complete this survey. Several items have been discussed at the Monthly ASC that require a group conscience on the matter. You do not have...

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7th Tradition Information

PLEASE NOTEThe treasurer's report is now given at the beginning of the meeting of the ASC. It will reflect all donations made as of that current month's meeting. Any donations...

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Home Group and Subcommittee Reports

Submit your reports here. If you have any documents to attach to your report or want to submit a scanned/photographed copy of an already filled-out report, please email it to...

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ASC Picnic and COVID Survey

If you have not done so already, please complete this survey. Several items have been discussed at the Monthly ASC that require a group conscience on the matter. You do not have...

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Just For Today

September 24, 2021

A growing concept of God

Page 278

"The only suggested guidelines are that this Power be loving, caring, and greater than ourselves. We don't have to be religious to accept this idea. The point is that we open our minds to believe."

Basic Text, p.24

In a lifelong process of coming to believe, our understanding of God will change. The understanding we have when new in recovery will not be the same when we have a few months clean, nor will that understanding be the same when we have a few years clean.

Our initial understanding of a Power greater than ourselves will most likely be limited. That Power will keep us clean but, we may think, nothing more. We may hesitate to pray because we have placed conditions on what we will ask our Higher Power to do for us. "Oh, this stuff is so awful, even God couldn't do anything," we might say, or "God's got a lot of people to take care of. There's no time for me."

But, as we grow in recovery, so will our understanding. We'll begin to see that the only limits to God's love and grace are those we impose by refusing to step out of the way. The loving God we come to believe in is infinite, and the power and love we find in our belief is shared by nearly every recovering addict around the world.

Just for Today: The God I am coming to understand has a limitless capacity for love and care. I will trust that my God is bigger than any problem I may have.

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