We come to the weekly meetings to learn how to live a new way of life through the program of Nar-Anon.  The foundation of the program rests
on the 12-Steps and 12-Traditions, along with the Serenity Prayer, slogans, literature, weekly meetings, telephone and personal contacts and
living the program one day at a time.  We do not come for another person, we come to help ourselves and to share our experiences, strength
and hope with others.
"You change for two reasons:  Either you learn enough that you want to, or you've been hurt enough that you have to."  -- Unknown
Last updated:  Dec. 6, 2017
-   No one is required to speak.  
-   You may come and simply listen and take back that which helps the most.
-   A newcomer packet with resource material is available to anyone attending.
Each group, within the scope of Nar-Anon's Principles and Traditions, is autonomous.  Although some groups are not actively involved
with the Georgia Region, as part of our tradition of outreach, we encourage other groups to inform us that they are available for the sole
purpose of ensuring that all those who seek help will find the resources needed throughout the State of Georgia.
This is a centrally compiled list of meetings in Georgia obtained from individual group contacts.  
There may be other resources available in your specific locality.
Unless otherwise noted, meetings are "Open" -
Newcomers Welcome!
C = Closed
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comprehensive and
current meetings list
throughout the State of GA
to reach all those seeking
help.
HELPLINE

404-647-2039
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Border State Meetings:

AL, FL, NC, SC, TN
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Georgia Region Nar-Anon
Meetings
      CANCELATIONS:

Lawrenceville - 12/26


McDonough -  12/24
                          12/31