Fetching... Submit meeting changes to the MSO or Webservant at: MacombWebPage@Gmail.com WeekdayCityChesterfieldClinton TownshipEastpointEastpointeHarrison TownshipMacombMount ClemensMt. ClemensNew BaltimoreRomeoRosevilleSt. Clair ShoresSt.Clair ShoresSterling HeightsWarrenWashington townshipA New BeginningAll in the FamilyChanging TimesCloser to the HeartCoffee Shop RecoveryDaily MaintenanceEarly RizersFreedom Seekers IIFriends in RecoveryGet A LifeGetting Right On Wednesday NightGimme ShelterGo For ItGo Tell it on the MountainGood Morning RecoveryI Luv LucyIt Must Be FridayIt WorksJust for TuesdayLet's Get Better TogetherLiving CleanLost Dreams AwakenMonday Night LiveNew HopeNew LifeNo Matter WhatNothin' But HopeOne for All, and All for OnePlease Don't Use DammitPrimary PurposeRecovery ZoneSerenity On SundaySidetrackedSpiritual ConnectionSpiritual FireSpiritual JourneyStep By CandellightSunday Night CandlelightSurrender to FreedomThe Ties That BindTime to ChangeToday We Live 2Today We Live ITogether We CanTogether We GrowUnited We StandWe Get BetterWhite FlagWillingness is the KeyBethlehem Lutheran ChurchChrist Lutheran ChurchChrist the King ChurchChrist the King Lutheran ChurchChurch of Christ - NortheastEastside AlanoEastside Alano CenterEastside Alano ClubFirst Congregational ChurchFirst United Methodist ChurchGrace United Methodist ChurchHenry Ford Macomb FacilityHenry Ford Macomb Health Ctr.Henry Ford Macomb HospitalLake Shore Presbyterian ChurchMacomb Alano CenterMacomb Alano ClubMetropolitan Church of NazareneMetropolitan Church of the NazareneMetropolitan Church of the NazereneMt. Vernon United Methodist ChurchNortheast Church of ChristRenaiss UnityRenaissance Unity ChurchSalvation Army M.A.T.T.SSt Marks ChurchSt. Barnabus ChurchSt. Ephrems ChurchSt. Hubert's ChurchSt. Johns Lutheran ChurchSt. Lucy's ChurchSt. Luke AME ChurchSt. Margaret's Catholic SchoolSt. Paul United Church of ChristSt. Peter's Lutheran ChurchSt. Peters LutheranSt. Thomas Lutheran ChurchThe Dove Tail Coffee ShopTrinity Lutheran ChurchTrinity Lutheran churchTriumphant Cross Lutheran Churchfaith harvest church48021480364803848042480434804548047480574806548066480804808848089480914809348313Children under SupervisionClosedDiscussionMeditationNo ChildrenNo SmokingOpenRotating FormatStepWheelchair Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday What do the meeting format codes mean? B Beginners – Focused on the needs of new members of NA. BL Bilingual – This meeting is conducted in both English and another language. BT Basic Text – Focused on discussion of the Basic Text of Narcotics Anonymous. C Closed Meeting – A closed meeting in Narcotics Anonymous is for those individuals who identify themselves as addicts or for those who are uncertain and think they might have a drug problem. A closed Narcotics Anonymous meeting provides a freedom that is necessary for more personal and intimate sharing by Narcotics Anonymous members. It does so by providing an atmosphere in which addicts can feel more certain that those attending will be able to identify with them, and share their own experience, strength, and hope. CS Children under Supervision – Well-behaved, supervised children are welcome. D Discussion – This meeting invites participation by all attendees. F Farsi language meeting GLBTI Focused on Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgender Intersex JT Just for Today – Focused on discussion of the Just For Today text. LC Living Clean – Focused on discussion of the Living Clean text. M Men’s Meeting – Focused on Men NC No Children – Please do not bring children to this meeting. O Open Meeting – An open meeting is an NA meeting that may be attended by anyone (e.g., judges, probation officers, professionals, family members) interested in how we have found recovery from the disease of addiction. Verbal participation, however, is limited to NA members only. An open meeting in Narcotics Anonymous allows people from outside of the fellowship to observe what Narcotics Anonymous is and how it functions. This can be very helpful to those individuals who are striving to reach a decision regarding their personal status as an addict. An open meeting in Narcotics Anonymous is one method our groups use to achieve their primary purpose of carrying the message to the addict who still suffers. Some groups also have open meetings as a way of allowing non-addict friends and relatives of NA members to celebrate recovery anniversaries with them. SD Speaker/Discussion – Lead by a speaker, then opened for participation by attendees. SG Steps Working Guide – Focused on discussion of the Step Working Guide text. St Steps – Focused on discussion of the Twelve Steps of NA. SC Spiritual Concepts – Focused on discussion of the spiritual concepts of the 12 Steps. W Women’s Meeting – Focused on Women WC Wheelchair accessible. YP Young Persons – Focused on the needs of younger members of NA. VE Both Vietnamese and English are spoken at this meeting.