It's never to late, Break the Addiction

Narcotics Anonymous

Drug addiction can ruin lives.

No matter race, religion, age, or gender, drug abuse can lead to addiction. When an addicted person makes it through rehab, the fight may be long from over. Many of the same temptations are there to be found in their everyday life. Abstinence takes effort. The fellowship of Narcotics Anonymous (NA) is there to help its members live a life of sobriety. The only requirement for becoming a member is a strong desire to stop using drugs. The organization’s principles are simple so that everyone can work to follow them in their daily lives.

There are no fees or dues and no strings. The organization is not affiliated with or influenced by any other organizations. There are no pledges made and no promises to anyone. Anyone can join, regardless of age, sexual identity, race religion, or lack of religion. How much a person used or their past connections is not an issue either. The most important person in any meeting is the newcomer. Ultimately, the ones who keep coming to meetings are the ones who stay clear of drugs.

NA Twelve Steps

Everyone in the group is purposed to carry a message of recovery for anyone who is addicted to drugs. When a person first arrives, they are able to relate to the group in an atmosphere of recovery. People there have been through what the new member is going through. They can understand that person’s feelings and experiences.

NA is a very powerful tool to carry and promote the message of hope and that the future can always be brighter. Any addicted person can overcome the desire to use and in the process, can find new meaning in life. Rehabilitated addicts can share their life story with new members. The therapeutic value of one recovering addict helping another is amazing.

An Outlook for the Future

When an addict can experience hope, joy, and gratitude, they are becoming alive. These feelings replace those of loneliness and despair. If you or a loved one are recovering from addiction, find an NA group that you can count on being there for you. It may be just what is needed to keep you on the straight and narrow.


Our Blogs and Articles

Sprout Health New Jersey believes that education is the best tool to help combat addiction. We can only provide so much information on our website, but know that there is still a lot of information out there that can help you or your loved ones understand addiction and how it can be treated. We offer blogs and articles to all our visitors in order for them to gain further insight into what is happening with them or their loved one. We want everyone to be educated on addiction in order to recognize the signs and symptoms, know when to get help and who to get it from, as well as why receiving help is highly recommended.

View All

Bipolar Disorder Treatment Bipolar Disorder Treatment – Facts and Overview October 27th, 2016

Bipolar Disorder Treatment Bipolar disorder is a serious mental illness, and is characterized by mood swings that vary from extreme highs to extreme lows. Quite often, an afflicted person will engage in risky behavior. Careers […]

Read All

Panic Disorder Get the Facts on Treatment for Panic Disorder October 21st, 2016

Everyone experiences feelings of panic on occasion. It is considered normal, and under the right circumstances, it can be life-saving. A panic attack is something more concentrated and acute. A person will experience a pounding […]

Read All

Depression What Everyone Needs to Know About Depression October 19th, 2016

When it comes to negative feelings, everyone has those days of feeling high or low. Negative feelings are quite normal. Low feelings can result from work changes, challenging relationships, or financial concerns. However, when negative […]

Read All

alcohol addiction Suffering from an Addiction? What Can Subacute Rehab Offer? October 14th, 2016

Sprout Health New Jersey is of the opinion that subacute rehab can offer patients a lot—another chance at life for one. Subacute rehabilitation is typically where patients remain in a treatment facility for a specific […]

Read All

Call us 866-667-8960 today for a FREE confidential assessment. Get Started Today!