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SUNDAY

ALANO CLUB

Times: 3:00 pm

Address: 2102 E 3rd Ave, 86004, Flagstaff, AZ

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MONDAY

EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF THE EPIPHANY

Times: 7:00 pm

Address: 423 N Beaver St, 86001, Flagstaff, AZ

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TUESDAY

FEDERATED COMMUNITY CHURCH

Times: 12:00 pm

Address: 400 W. Aspen Ave. Flagstaff, AZ

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WEDNESDAY

TRINITY HEIGHTS METHODIST CHURCH

Times: 7:00 pm

Address: 3600 N. 4th St. Flagstaff, AZ

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THURSDAY

CHURCH OF THE NATIVITY

Times: 7:00 pm

Address: 16 W. Cherry Ave. Flagstaff, AZ

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FRIDAY

EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF THE EPIPHANY

Times: 7:00 pm

Address: 423 N Beaver St, 86001, Flagstaff, AZ

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SATURDAY

EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF THE EPIPHANY

Times: 7:00 pm

Address: 423 N Beaver St, 86001, Flagstaff, AZ

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Narcotics Anonymous Meetings in Flagstaff, Arizona

Drug addictions affect many people every year in the United States. People who become addicted can end up with relationship, money, and even legal problems. an addiction can also create problems at work or school. It is easy to find a meeting in Flagstaff, Arizona for people who want to stop using drugs.

What is Narcotics Anonymous?

Narcotics Anonymous  (NA) is a global fellowship of men and women who have or had a drug addiction. Created in Los Angeles, California NA was started in 1953. There are over 70,000 weekly meetings in 144 countries.

Narcotics Anonymous considers alcohol a drug. Alcoholics are welcome to attend NA meetings. NA follows the same 12 steps as Alcoholics Anonymous. The only requirement to be a member of NA is the willingness of a person to change their lives and to help other addicts do the same.

Members follow a one day at a time approach using the 12 step process. In the groups, members encourage one another to not use any drugs, including alcohol. People with addictions must not use any substance that could start the addictive cycle all over again.

Narcotics Anonymous is not connected to any other organizations. This includes government programs, hospitals, or other 12-step groups. NA does not provide medical services like detox or professional therapy. The mission of NA is to provide support for addicts to help each other stop using drugs and find a new lifestyle.

Is There a Drug Problem in Flagstaff, Arizona?

Flagstaff is part of Coconino County in Arizona. The population of Coconino county in 2019 was 143,476. Just over half of the people in the county live in Flagstaff. It is likely that a large number of people in Flagstaff are facing drug problems.

The Coconino county health department has an Opioid crisis response program. On the website for the program, there are statistics for hospital visits because of opioids. These statistics are for 2010-2016:

  • 2010 inpatient visits 60, emergency department visits 111
  • 2011 inpatient visits 116, emergency department visits 116
  • 2012 inpatient visits 145, emergency department visits 142
  • 2013 inpatient visits 182, emergency department visits 149
  • 2014 inpatient visits 163, emergency department visits 218
  • 2015 inpatient visits 183, emergency department visits 305
  • 2016 inpatient visits 264, emergency department visits 339

The Arizona Department of Health Services lists additional statistics for drug and alcohol-related hospitalizations:

  • 2017 inpatient visits because of drugs 371, emergency room visits 188
  • 2018 inpatient visits because of drugs 847, emergency room visits 922
  • 2017 inpatient visits because of alcohol 110, emergency room visits 190
  • 2018 inpatient visits because of alcohol 290, emergency room visits 1060

Get More Information About Addiction Recovery Meetings in Flagstaff, Arizona

At SpringBoard Recovery, we want to help people connect with addiction recovery groups. There is a Narcotics Anonymous meeting every day in Flagstaff, Arizona. Please contact us today for more information.