We in NO way endorse or promote online meetings and fellowship as a substitute for local Narcotics Anonymous meetings.NA is not a social club, it is addicts coming together with a unity of purpose - to help each other stay clean.- Tradition Four - "Each Group should be autonomous, except in matters affecting other Groups, or N. as a whole." Unlike some "Recovery" chatrooms and websites that spend money to advertise and ask for donations to keep their website and chatroom open - this NA Group is fully self-supported by its regular members.We would suggest that if you wish to donate to Narcotics Anonymous - Please donate directly to Narcotics Anonymous World Services or to your local Area Service Committee - so the money donated by you goes to spread the message of recovery to the still suffering addict.
We are simply a group of addicts who have come together to find recovery, just like every other NA group in the world.To check your time for meetings around the world, on the World Clock. Though The e-AA Group of Alcoholics Anonymous has no opinions on outside issues, individuals often do, and most likely you will hear a few.If a meeting is in progress when you enter the chat rooms, please take a few moments to become oriented. We neither endorse nor oppose other recovery sites.Usually, a greeter will contact you privately and will inform you of the topic being discussed and the basics of using the chat rooms. Please do not refer to named sites or provide links to specific sites in our Fellowship Room.Meeting Protocol is in place until the Chair announces Open Chat. The following approved link may be helpful: following are chatroom-specific examples of inappropriate content.They have been used by what we currently call "monitors" and passed along informally until now.