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Freedom Group will no longer be meeting on Washington Street.
The new location is at the corner of Fair Street and Titus Avenue.  
Freedom Group now meets Mondays @ 7:00p.m. at 430 Fair Street Traverse City, MI


Come join us for Friendsgiving 2018 at 5/0
Saturday, November 24th 2-6p.m.
Friends of the Light Church
206 S. Oak Street Traverse City, MI
Bring your Thanksgiving leftovers for a potluck, some fellowship
and for those interested a trivia challenge!
We hope to see you there.


Coming up in December…Game Night and Taco Bar
Saturday, December 1st 6-10p.m.
Church of the Nazarene
1023 S. Division Traverse City, MI
Come fellowship and enjoy some Tacos.
Please bring a game to share if you are able to.
$5 fee…however no addict will be turned away.


Narcotics Anonymous members: please use the following link to complete our membership survey. We are asking that all members take a few minutes to help us compile this information to pass on to professionals and others to help reach still suffering addicts! All responses are completely anonymous.  Fill out the NA membership survey by clicking here. Thank you for your service!


MRCNA XXXV 2019 has decided on the theme:
“The Promise of Freedom”
Feeling Artistic, send a t-shirt design to MRCNA’s email.


 For a specific Area Trusted Servant, click the contact link on taskbar (menu for cell phones) at top of page and click name beside the Trusted Servant/position you would like info from.

The Northwest Michigan Area of NA, at group level, provides a forum for addicts to share their experiences of their plight and what they did to overcome the problems they encountered on the way. The concept of sharing one addict’s experience with another helps to provide solutions for those seeking answers to the day to day problems encountered with our disease.

NA’s organization is based upon people helping each other. Within NA’s structure lies several different levels of service which allows for the creation of service committees responsible for extending the arm of NA to the local communities. These service committees are made up of recovering addicts who want to get more involved in helping to provide solutions and resources beyond their own group, to other Groups and Area’s within Michigan’s 2 Regions of NA.

NA Michigan Region Map showing all Michigan NA Areas

Map overview of the 14 NA Areas in Michigan Region of NA and the counties they are in

The 9 NA Area/counties in Michigan’s Northwest Area of NA 

Area Service & Subcommittees

Area Service meetings are held at Munson Hospital Conf. Room 1 & 3 in  Traverse City, on the third Sunday of every month at 4:00 p.m.

Meetings are held on the second Sunday of every month at the Munson Hospital basement at 5:30 p.m. This subcommittee is responsible for planning, booking and facilitating activities that offer a drug free means of social interaction for addicts and foster clean & healthy experiences for those seeking a new way of life.

Meetings are held on the first Sunday of every month in the Munson Hospital basement at 5:30 p.m. PR conducts recovery meetings in jails, prisons hospitals and institutions for those seeking recovery but are unable to attend regular NA groups in the community; published information via schedules and the website; maintains the phone lines, and reaches out to medical and law enforcement professionals to provide accurate and reliable information about our programs and services.

Meetings are held on the third Sunday at fifth and oak at 3:00 p.m. ,right before Area. This subcommittee is a resource to members and groups in their efforts to distribute supplies, information and literature necessary to carry the N.A. message of recovery.

Order your group’s supplies ahead of Area meeting and beat the wait in line. Simply print the form, fill it out and email it to Literature with “literature order” as the subject line. Or you can just print it, fill it out and bring it to Area.

Meetings are held on the fourth Sunday at the Munson Hospital basement at 6:00 p.m. This subcommittee deals with all aspects of planning, fundraising and facilitating the NWACNA retreat held in Traverse City in August.