Chippewa Valley Area Of Narcotics Anonymous

Serving: Black River Falls, Chetek, Chippewa Falls, Cochrane, Cumberland, Durand, Eau Claire, Menomonie, New Richmond, Rice Lake, Spooner

Helpline 1-888-543-0924

The Narcotics Anonymous Program

Group of diverse hands in a circleThe Twelve Steps of Narcotics Anonymous, as adapted from A.A., are the basis of our recovery program. We have only broadened their perspective. We follow the same path with a single exception; our identification as addicts is all-inclusive with respect to any mood-changing, mind-altering substance. Alcoholism is too limited a term for us; our problem is not a specific substance, it is a disease called addiction. We believe that as a fellowship, we have been guided by a Greater Consciousness, and are grateful for the direction that has enabled us to build upon a proven program of recovery.

The only requirement for membership is “a desire to stop using,” and members “meet regularly to help each other stay clean,” where “clean” is defined as complete abstinence from all mood and mind altering substances (including alcohol). Membership in N.A. is free, and there are no dues or fees. The foundation of the Narcotics Anonymous program is the twelve steps and twelve traditions.

Narcotics Anonymous “has no opinion on outside issues,” including those of religion, politics, science, or  medicine, and does not endorse or oppose any outside organization or institution. The fellowship does not promote itself, but rather attracts new members through public information and outreach. N.A. groups and areas supply outside organizations with factual information regarding the N.A. program, and individual members may carry the N.A. message to hospitals and institutions, such as treatment centers and jails.

N.A. Meetings

Regular meetings, hosted by N.A. groups, are the basic unit of the N.A. Fellowship. Meetings are held virtually online as well as physical locations such as church meeting rooms, libraries, hospitals, community centers, parks, or any other place that can accommodate a meeting. Please refer to our meeting page for the most up to date meeting information.

Meeting Formats

There are two basic types of meetings, “open” and “closed”. Anyone is welcome to attend an open meeting, while closed meetings are limited to addicts and to people who think they may have a problem with drugs.

Special Events & News

Next Area Hybrid Service Committee Meeting

When: March 6
Where: Central Lutheran Church, 28 East Columbia Street, Chippewa Falls, WI 54729
Time: 9:30 AM
Zoom Meeting ID: 381 119 5767

Nightly Online CVA NA Meetings

Every Night at 7:00 PM
Please join us for a nightly  topic meeting. Please click below. Join Zoom Meeting https://zoom.us/j/3811195767

Noon Online CVA NA Meetings

Every Thursday at Noon
Please join us for an Narcotics Anonymous meeting. Please click below. Join Zoom Meeting https://zoom.us/j/3811195767

Local Meetings

Our local meetings page

For Professionals

Information about NA for professionals

CVA Meeting Minutes

Chippewa Valley Area Committee Meeting Minutes

CVA Policies & Procedures

Chippewa Valley Area's Policies & Procedures document and other important documents

Local Events

Our local meetings page

NA Literature

Online literature from the world Narcotics Anonymous site

Just For Today

Just for today reading

H&I Meetings

Information about local service opportunities in Hospitals and Institutions

Narcotics Anonymous

“So that no addict seeking recovery need ever die from the horrors of addiction”

Contact Us

Chippewa Valley Narcotics Anonymous
P.O. Box 524
Chippewa Falls WI 54729
Phone: 888-543-0924

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