BROWNWOOD MEETINGS


  MEETING NAME DAY OF THE WEEK START TIME LOCATION FORMAT * MAP
MONDAY            
  New Way Group Monday Noon 1610 Brady St.   MAP
  New Way Group Monday 7:00 PM 1610 Brady St.   MAP
  Women’s Group Monday 5:30 PM 1610 Brady St.   MAP
  Women’s Group Monday 7:00 PM 1610 Brady St.   MAP
             
TUESDAY            
  New Way Group Tuesday Noon 1610 Brady St.   MAP
  New Way Group Tuesday 7:00 PM 1610 Brady St.   MAP
             
WEDNESDAY            
  New Way Group Wednesday Noon 1610 Brady St.   MAP
  New Way Group Wednesday 7:00 PM 1610 Brady St.   MAP
             
THURSDAY            
  New Way Group Thursday Noon 1610 Brady St.   MAP
  New Way Group Thursday 7:00 PM 1610 Brady St.   MAP
             
FRIDAY            
  New Way Group Friday Noon 1610 Brady St.   MAP
  New Way Group Friday 7:00 PM 1610 Brady St.   MAP
  Women’s Group Friday 5:30 PM 1610 Brady St.   MAP
  Women’s Group Friday 7:00 PM 1610 Brady St.   MAP
             
SATURDAY            
  New Way Group Saturday Noon 1610 Brady St.   MAP
  New Way Group Saturday 7:00 PM 1610 Brady St.   MAP
             
SUNDAY            
  New Way Group Sunday Noon 1610 Brady St.   MAP
  New Way Group Sunday 5:30 PM 1610 Brady St. Step Study MAP
  New Way Group Sunday 7:00 PM 1610 Brady St.   MAP
 
* Format Types
  O Open Meeting
  D Discussion
  NS No Smoking

WHO IS AN ADDICT?


Most of us do not have to think twice about this question, we know! Our whole life and thinking was centered in drugs in one form or another—the getting and using and finding ways and means to get more. We lived to use and used to live. Very simply, an addict is a man or woman whose life is controlled by drugs. We are people in the grip of a continuing and progressive illness whose ends are always the same: jails, institutions and death.

 

WHAT IS NA?


Narcotics Anonymous provides a recovery process and peer support network that are linked together. One of the keys to NA’s success is the therapeutic value of addicts working with other addicts. Members share their successes and challenges in overcoming active addiction and living drug-free, productive lives through the application of the principles contained within the Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions of NA.

WHY ARE WE HERE?


Before coming to the Fellowship of NA, we could not manage our own lives. We could not live and enjoy life as other people do. We had to have something different and we thought we had found it in drugs. We placed their use ahead of the welfare of our families, our wives, husbands, and our children. We had to have drugs at all costs. We did many people great harm, but most of all we harmed ourselves.