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  Welcome to Napa Solano Area of Narcotics Anonymous

Drug problem? Call Napa/Solano Narcotics Anonymous
 24 Hour Automated Helpline:
1-866-642-3848

Para información o ayuda en español

1-855-667-2262  

To become a member of the Helpline please attend  
 the next Public Relations Sub-Committee Meeting.

e-mail us at: webcoordinator@napasolanona.org




IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENTS

AREA NEWS & EVENTS that you can trust


Current Area Service Positions open:

RCM 2,  Literature, Literature  Co-Assistant
Treasurer,  Vice Treasurer

Napa & Solano Counties have changed Tiers, 

Please check the website link below for the modifications required:

https://Covid19.ca.gov/safer-economy/


The Interim Meeting Guide Change Form,  located below needs to be filled out by the GSR's for their groups. The meetings will be posted on the Website and then will be covered by NA Insurance.

                      Interim Meeting Request Change Form: 

PRINTABLE INTERIM IN-PERSON NAPA SOLANO MEETING GUIDE  


 Please take your health needs into consideration when deciding to attend 

"in person meetings."





Via ZOOM:  

Monthly Napa/Solano ASC Meeting

Meets 1st Thursday of the Month

Next Meeting 11/5/2020  @ 7 pm
     Password: AREA 
Dial in by Phone: Meeting ID 818 027 7101
Password : 666330
"all are welcome"

Via ZOOM:
Meets the last Monday of the Month  
Next Meeting  10/26/2020 @  7 pm
"all are welcome"

Via ZOOM:
Napa Solano Activities Subcommittee Meeting
Meets the last Sunday of the Month @ 3 pm
Next Meeting 10/25/2020  
Meeting ID: 836 9637 3750
Password: 1953
"all are welcome"



Groups & Members Can Contribute to Napa/Solano Area of Narcotics Anonymous through Donation Button Below




Please Note: Zoom meetings along with new Hybrid meetings - will continue to be listed below.


 DAY    


 TIME

MEETINGS

Daily

12:00 pm
 



Mon - Sat

9:30 am

Fairfield - "Wake Up for Recovery"



Mon-Friday
 
 
12:00 pm
 
 
Vallejo - "Noon" Meeting"


 Sunday
 
 9:30 am
 
Vallejo - "Easy Does It"


Sunday
 
10:30 am
 
Fairfield -"Sunday Morning Serenity"

 Sunday  
 
  1:30 pm
 
Vallejo - "Getting in Touch"



 Sunday

 6:00 pm

Vacaville - "Topic Tag"

 
Sunday 
 
 8:00 pm
 
Vacaville - "Young and  Dopeless"


 Sunday 

 8:00 pm

Vallejo - "Sunday Night 8 O'Clock"

 
 Monday 
 
 6:00 pm

Fairfield - "Monday Night Men's Stag"


 Monday

 6:00 pm
 
Fairfield - "Monday Night Woman's" 


 Monday 
   
  7:00 pm
 
Vallejo - "Just for Today"


 Monday 
 
 8:00 pm

Vacaville - "Monday Night Miracles"


 Tuesda
y
 
 7:00 pm

Vacaville - "Spiritual Principles"


Wednesday 
 
  6:00 pm
 
Napa - "Women in Recovery" 

 
 Wednesday 

 6:00 pm 
 
Fairfield - "Spin Topic"



 Wednesday


7:30 pm


Vallejo -The Workshop
HYBRID (ZOOM)
 
 
Wednesday
 
 8:00pm

Vallejo - "Topic Discussion"



 Wednesday
 

 8:00 pm

Vacaville - "Living Clean"

 
Thursday
 
  5:30 pm

Vacaville - "Ladies Night Out" 


Thursday 
 
  7:00 pm
 
Benicia - "Women's Changes"



Thursday
   
  7:30 pm
 
Vallejo - "Men's Courage to Change" 

 
Thursday
 
 7:30 pm
 
Vallejo - "The Power of Women"

 
Friday
 
  7:00 pm
 '
Vallejo - "Friday Night NA"

     
 Friday    

 8:00 pm
 
Benicia - "Hooked on Recovery"


Friday 
 
10:00 pm
 
Napa - "Friday Night Lights"


Friday 

10-11:00 pm
 
SPEAKER MEETING


Saturday 

 9:00 am 

Napa - Woman's "Just For Today"
 

Saturday
 
 9:30 am
 

Napa - Men's "Basic Blues"   



 
Saturday
 
  11:00 am
 
Vallejo - "Living Clean"

 
Saturday
 
  7
:00 pm
 
Fairfield - Saturday Nite Music Meeting


Saturday


7:30 pm

HYBRID (ZOOM)

 Saturday

10:00
 pm
 
Vallejo -"Saturday Night  Candlelight" 

   
   




All posted meetings are under the service structure

of the Napa Solano Area

INDOOR MEETING SCHEDULE

DAY/TIME TOWNNAMEADDRESS
Wed Night 12 AM
Thursday
        
VacavilleVacaville 
Nooner 
Andrews Park
near Bathroom
Monday
6:30-7:30 pm
American CanyonMonday Night Grab Bag TD, O, CM, W, 
Children
The Open Door Church
3353 Broadway 
Tuesday
7:30-8:45 pm
NapaNA Speaker MeetingSea Scout Hall
  402 Riverside Dr.
Tuesday
7:00- 8:15 pm
Dixon Dixon Dammit Living Clean BS, LC, O,W 459 Marvin Way
       enter on Porter Rd
Wednesday 
5:00-6:00 
pm

 Napa

Women Living Clean
  O, LC. BS, CW W
      Sea Scout Hall
402 Riverside Dr.
Wednesday
7:00-8:00 pm
NapaNo Matter What
O,W, Children
 
Calvary Church 
3305 Linda Vista 
Wednesday
7:30 - 9:00 pm
VallejoThe WorkShop
BS, O, W, Children
LIMITED SEATING 
HYBRID

Community Presbyterian Church
2800 Georgia


Thursday
7:00- 8:15 pm
Dixon  Dixon Dammit Living Clean BS, LC, O,W459 Marvin Way
enter on Porter Rd
Friday 
7:00-8:30 pm
Fairfield 
Primary Purpose
Group
O, SD, CM, CW
City Church
734 E Tabor
Saturday
7:30-9:00 pm
 Vallejo Saturday Night Standup 
S, W, O, CM Children
LIMITED SEATING HYBRID (ZOOM)
Community Presbyterian Church, 2800 Georgia 
 

Sunday
10:30-11:3 pm
 Napa
Good Morning NA
O, W, BS, CM, CW
Sea Scout Hall
402 Riverside
 Sunday
7:00-8:15 pm 
SuisunWinds of Change
Candlelight  
S, CM, O,  Children
 
United Church of Christ
701 Suisun St 
 Sunday
7:00-8:00 pm 
  Napa
Wheels of Recovery 
       O,TD,W, CM 
Sea Scout Hall
402 Riverside 













Access to Free Literature, Donations to NAWS and Information about NA World Events can be found @ WWW.NA.ORG



History of Narcotics Anonymous

Narcotics Anonymous is a global, community-based organization with a multilingual and multicultural membership. NA was founded in 1953, and members hold nearly 76,000 meetings weekly in 143 countries today


What is Narcotics Anonymous

This is a program of complete abstinence from all drugs. There is only one requirement for membership, the desire to stop using "NA is a nonprofit association or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem. We are recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean".....from the Basic Text

Our name, Narcotics Anonymous, does not signify our involvement or focus on any particular drug. The NA approach does not distinguish between drugs including alcohol. Membership is free, and we are not affiliated with any organization outside of NA, including governments, religion, law enforcement groups, or medical or psychiatric associations. Through our effort in service and our cooperation with others who want to help the addict, we strive to reach the day when all addicts in the world have an opportunity to experience our message of recovery in their own language and culture. 









      

Public Relations Statement:  "Why Public Relations Is Important to the NA Member"

 
   The Narcotics Anonymous message is “that an addict, any addict, can stop   using  drugs, lose the desire to use and find a new way to live.” 

    
    Our relations with the public enable us to share this message broadly so that those who might benefit from our program of recovery can find us. We perform public relations service to increase the awareness and credibility of the NA program. We share our message openly with the public at large, with prospective  members, and with professionals. Maintaining an open, attractive attitude in   these efforts helps us to create and improve relationships with those outside the fellowship. 

    
     We fulfill our primary purpose when we effectively carry the message of recovery  to the addict who still suffers. In order to do this, NA has to be known and respected in the community. When professionals who treat addicts know about NA and have a positive opinion, they are more likely to refer potential members to our program. 

    
    We strive to treat the people outside of the rooms with the same respect, care, and concern we would extend to a fellow member. In our program, we learn how to apply the principles found in the steps to our daily lives. We can make an  effort to translate the honesty, open mindedness, and willingness we have learned  into courtesy and respect for everyone. When we accomplish this, we carry a  powerful and positive message of what NA can offer the still-suffering addict.

    
    Establishing and maintaining a commitment to these relationships, can help us to further our primary purpose. The spiritual principles of our steps, traditions, and concepts guide us in public relations aims and our efforts to enhance NA’s public image and reputation. These principles apply to our community and service efforts as well as to the personal behavior and attitude of individual NA members. Informing Professionals and the Public. 





Instructions for Hybrid NA Meetings

Insurance Information for NA Meetings

Meeting Format Codes:

AO       Addicts Only
BT
BS
  Basic Text
   Book Study
BEG  Beginner/Newcomer
CAN  Candlelight
CW
CM
   2 Concepts
   Chip Meeting

  
DISC   Discussion/Participation
GL    LGBT
IP   IP Study
IW    It Works Study
JFT   Just For Today Study
LIT   Literature Study
LC   Living Clean
M   Men
MED   Meditation
NS
NMS
O
   Non-Smoking
   No Meeting Slips
   Open
 QA        Questions & Answers
 RA         Restricted Access
 SMOK  Smoking
 SPK      Speaker
 STEP    Step
 SWG     Step Working Guide Study
 TOP      Topic
 TRAD   Traditions
 VAR       Format Varies
 W           Woman 
 YP           Young People 















The Napa Solano area of Narcotics Anonymous serves the following cities:

  • American Canyon
  • Benicia
  • Calistoga
  • Dixon
  • Fairfield
  • Napa
  • Rio Vista
  • Suisun
  • Vacaville
  • Vallejo




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This site has been approved by
the Napa/Solano ASC and is maintained by the Public Relations Sub-Committee. 
Last Revision 10/2020