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Narcotics Anonymous Meetings in Chino Valley, Arizona

Drug addiction can happen to anyone, and it can ruin lives. People who have successfully broken a drug addiction usually had help from a professional recovery program. However, this may not be possible for everyone. Narcotics Anonymous can help people who are trying to break their drug addiction. There are several Narcotics Anonymous meetings each week near Chino Valley, Arizona.

What is Narcotics Anonymous?

Narcotics Anonymous  (NA) is a worldwide reaching community-based fellowship of men and women who have or had drug problems. Membership is open to everyone with a drug problem, not just narcotics. Alcohol addicts are also welcome. NA considers alcohol a drug.

There is no cost to join a NA meeting. The only requirement is the willingness to change their lives and to help other addicts do the same. NA does not have professional therapists or counselors; meetings are peer-led.

Narcotics Anonymous is a 12-step program. They follow the same 12-step process that Alcoholics Anonymous uses. The 12-steps are spiritual in nature, but it does not require belief in a specific religion. People with no religion have also found the 12-step process helps them abstain from drug use.

Narcotics Anonymous has helped many people over the years stop using drugs. It is a one-day-at-a-time approach using the 12 steps. Members encourage one another to not use any drug, including alcohol. People with addictions must stay away from any substance that could start the addictive cycle all over again.

Is There a Drug Problem in Chino Valley, Arizona?

A report from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) shows that there were 70,630 drug-involved overdose deaths in 2019 nationwide. This number has been increasing over the years. In 2010 the number of deaths was 38,329. In 1999 the number of deaths was a little under 20,000.

The 2019 National Survey of Drug Use and Health reports that 57.2 million Americans used drugs at least once in 2019.

Chino Valley is part of Yavapai County. The Yavapai County Overdose Fatality Review Board’s spring 2020 annual report listed 68 accidental drug overdose deaths for 2019. There are many others who have used drugs in Yavapai county.

The Arizona Department of Health lists the number of emergency room visits and hospitalizations by the cause each year. For the year 2018 in Yavapai county there were:

  • 430 emergency room visits because of alcohol
  • 692 emergency room visits because of drugs
  • 360 hospitalizations because of alcohol
  • 290 hospitalizations because of drugs

Get More Information About Drug Addiction Recovery Meetings in Chino Valley, Arizona

At SpringBoard Recovery, our goal is to get help for anyone with drug or alcohol addictions. We know that addiction is a hard thing to face alone. With the right support, people in Chino Valley, Arizona can break addictions. Please contact us today for more information.