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Welcome

Welcome

Welcome to the website for the Volunteer Region of Narcotics Anonymous. The Volunteer Region serves the groups in the state of Tennessee. Some of our areas also include meetings just over the border in Arkansas, Mississippi, Kentucky, and Virginia.

Our Message

Our Message

“Our message is that an addict, any addict, can stop using drugs, lose the desire to use, and find a new way to live. Our message is hope and the promise of freedom.” -Basic Text

Feedback on New Website

Feedback on New Website

Please take a minute to give us feedback on our new website. We have recently redesigned our site to be responsive on your cell phones and tablets.  We’ve also added a regional meeting list.

  • What do you like?
  • What is missing?
  • What is difficult to find?
  • What changes would you like to see made?

Please use the “Contact Us” link to report incorrect meeting information.

Our Symbol

Our Symbol

Simplicity is the key to our symbol; it imitates the simplicity of our Fellowship. All sorts of occult and esoteric connotations can be found in its simple outlines, but foremost in the minds of the Fellowship are easily understood meanings and relationships.

The outer circle denotes a universal and total program that has room within it for all manifestations of the recovering person.

The square, whose lines are defined, is easily seen and understood, but there are other unseen parts of the symbol. The square base denotes Good will, the ground of both the Fellow-ship and the members of our society. Good will is best exemplified in service; proper service is “Doing the right thing for the right reason.” When Good will supports and motivates both the individual and the Fellowship, we are fully whole and wholly free. Probably the last to be lost to freedom will be the stigma of being an addict.

It is the four pyramid sides that rise from the base in a three-dimensional figure that represent Self, Society, Service, and God. All rise to the point of Freedom. All parts are closely related to the needs and aims of the addict who is seeking recovery, and to the purpose of the Fellowship which is to make recovery avail-able to all. The greater the base, (as we grow in unity in numbers and in fellowship) the broader the sides of the pyramid, and the higher the point of freedom. -Basic Text

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