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NA In Your Community

Narcotics Anonymous in New Hampshire is always reaching out to the community to ensure that our lifesaving message is available to all who need it.

Local New Hampshire: 603-645-4777
Toll Free 888-NA-HELP-U (888-624-3578)

To contact a recovering addict or receive information about Narcotics Anonymous, please call or email us by using this online form..


Narcotics Anonymous was formed in 1953 as a fellowship of men and women who get together regularly to share their experience, strength and hope. It is a spiritual, not religious, program that comes from the 12 steps and 12 traditions of Narcotics Anonymous (adapted with permission from Alcoholics Anonymous).
Our third tradition states that the only requirement for membership is the desire to stop using.

Narcotics Anonymous is a program of recovery from the disease of addiction, the obsessive, compulsive behavior, not the disease of a specific drug.

We carry the message of recovery, that an addict, any addict, can stop using drugs, lose the desire to use and find a new way to live.
That never again an addict need die of active addiction.

More facts about NA can be found on the NA World Services website
located at this link.


The Narcotics Anonymous fellowship in New Hampshire has been in existence since the early 1980’s and is continuously growing. New Hampshire has two primary NA Areas - the Granite State Area and the Seacoast Area. In both areas there are over 45 NA meetings a week, with additional meetings being added all the time. Some meetings along our state borders are not included in this number, as other areas, such as the Green Mountain Area of Vermont, publish those meetings on their meeting lists.
The Granite State and Secoast Areas are both members of the Northern New England Region of NA.


The Granite State Area Outreach Subcommittee is a group of NA members that help overcome the isolation which hinders the growth, survival, and unity of our local groups and individual NA members.


The Granite State Area Public Information (PI) Committee is available to carry the NA message of recovery to the still-suffering addict and to the community in general.

The PI committee offers:

- Meeting lists printing and distribution

- Presentations to faculty, students, rehabilitation centers, and other institutions.

- Various recovery literature samples

- Professional and fellowship learning days

If you are a professional and would like to add your name to our periodic newsletter mailing list, please email us by using this online form..

If you would like to inquire about an NA presentation at your facility,
you can read more details about it at this link.



The purpose of the Hospitals & Institutions (H&I) Committee is to carry the NA message of recovery to addicts who do not have full access to regular Narcotics Anonymous meetings. H&I meetings and presentations (except for those in longer-term facilities) are intended to simply introduce attendees to the NA Program.

The Granite State Area H&I Committee currently has a number of ongoing commitments within New Hampshire.

Hospitals and Institutions interested in having members of Narcotics Anonymous come for a presentation or regularly scheduled meeting should contact H&I Chairperson by using this online form.


The following resource was developed by the Granite State Area of NA Public Information Committee as a guide to assist anyone interested in starting a new NA meeting within a New Hampshire city or town.

Click here for the resource


The GSANA 24 hour help line and website information is currently listed in a number of New Hampshire resource publications. If you or your organization publishes such a resource, please include our information in it:

The Granite State Area of Narcotics Anonymous
24 Hour Helpline (603) 645-4777, or Toll Free 888 NA-HELP-U,

Please do not include our email address along with this information, as it is subject to change periodically.

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Some more information about the what the Narcotics Anonymous program offers can be found here.

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