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Allardt, TN
Freedom Group
Allardt First Presbyterian Church
1700 Pennsylvania Ave.,
Corner of Rt. 296 at Hwy. 52
Monday - 7:00 PM (CD, NS)
Friday - 7:00 PM (BT, NS)



Crossville, TN
Crossville N.A. Group
Fourth Dimension Club
2229 West Ave.
(8/10 mile past K-Mart on left)
Monday - 6:30 PM (CD, NS, H)
Wednesday - 6:30 PM (CD, LT, NS, H)
Friday - 6:30 PM (OD, NS, H, S)
Saturday - 6:30 PM (0D, CT, NS)


New Way To Live Group
Fourth Dimension Club
2229 West Ave.
(8/10 mile past K-Mart on left)
Tuesday - 6:30 PM (CD, LT, NS, H)
Sunday - 6:30 PM (CD, BT, NS, H)


Unity Group
Fourth Dimension Club
2229 West Ave.
(8/10 mile past K-Mart on left)
Thursday - 7:00 PM (CD, T, NS, H)


Getting Started Group
Fourth Dimension Club
2229 West Ave.
(8/10 mile past K-Mart on left)
Monday - 8:00 AM (CD, NS, H)
Wednesday - 8:00 AM (CD, NS, H)


We Got Today Group
Fourth Dimension Club
2229 West Ave.
(8/10 mile past K-Mart on left)
Tuesday 12:00 PM (OD, NS, H)
Thursday 12:00 PM (CD, 12, NS, H)


Oneida TN                                            
New Beginnings Group
St. Jude Church
13067 Scott Hwy. (Hwy. 27)
Helenwood, TN 37755
Monday 7:00 PM EST (CD)
Tuesday 7:00 PM EST (BT)
Thursday - 10:00 AM EST (CD)


First United Methodist Church
(Basement, Side Door)
234 North Main St.
Oneida, TN 37841
Saturday 9:00 AM EST (OD)


Pikeville, TN
Who Are You Group*
Southeastern TN State Regional
Correctional Facility
1045 Horsehead Road
Friday - 1:30 PM (CD, NS)
*Must have State approved Volunteer Status to attend regularly. Visitors may attend
with advance notice. Send e-mail to:
nauca.outreach@gmail.com


Free & Clean Group*
Southeastern TN State Regional
Correctional Facility (Annex)
1045 Horsehead Road
Wednesday - 6:00 PM (CD, NS)
*Must have State approved Volunteer Status to attend regularly. Visitors may attend
with advance notice. Send e-mail to:
nauca.outreach@gmail.com



Meeting Codes
(OD) Open Discussion
(CD) Closed/Addicts Only
(ST) Step/Traditions
(12) Step Study
(BT) Basic Text Study
(LT) Literature Study
(S) Speaker Meeting
(CT) Candlelight Meeting
(M) Men’s Meeting
(W) Women’s Meeting
(H) Handicapped Accessible
(SW) Childcare Special Workers
(NS) Non-Smoking
(SM) Smoking
(T) Traditions
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A Narcotics Anonymous meeting, whether it is open or closed, is an addict
sanctuary. It is the one place where a drug addict can go and hear about and
participate in recovery from the disease of drug addiction.

1. A Narcotics Anonymous meeting, whether it is open or closed, is a refuge for
addicts. It is intended to be a safe and beneficial place where an addict can hear
about and participate in recovery from the disease of drug addiction. As much as
we might like to, we cannot be all things to all people.

2. 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 close 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.

3. 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.



Note: Definitions are from World Service Bulletin #15.
NAUCA serves
the following
communities:

Allardt, TN
Crossville, TN
Pikeville, TN
Oneida, TN
Cookeville, TN