General Guidelines

Our 1st Tradition tells us that ‘Our common welfare should come first; personal recovery depends on NA unity’ and it is our collective responsibility to ensure that all our meetings maintain an atmosphere of recovery. We remind our members that disruptive or abusive behavior that threatens that unity and the safety of the meeting place will be addressed in as loving and caring way as possible.

Anonymity Statement:- Tradition 12; Anonymity is the spiritual foundation of all our traditions, ever reminding us to place principles before personalities. Tradition 12 tells us that anonymity is one of the core principles of our program and we would ask that when attending our meetings we all do our best to remember that gossip can be very damaging to our fellowship and individual members.

We recommend that groups consult with the Disruptive Behaviour in Meetings information pamphlets when considering their own virtual meeting place.

Please also take the time to read Revision 3 the Our Virtual Presence IP

Northwest Area of Narcotics Anonymous

NA Meetings Pikesville, Eldersburg, Reisterstown, Taneytown, Maryland Carroll County, Baltimore County.