For Professionals

We strive to have open communication with professionals in the addiction field, clergy, medical and correctional/criminal justice fields. This page will give you a sense of what NA does, our international fellowship and how we would like to cooperate with you.​

What is NA?

We are a group of addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean. We have found a simple and effective method of recovery from the disease of addiction. As a world wide program of recovery we are present in 139 countries and hold approximately 70,000 meetings a week.

To gain more in-depth knowledge you can download the Information about N.A. or our Membership Survey pamphlet.

The Borderline Area of Narcotics Anonymous service committee maintains this website, the collective meeting directory for meetings in the south-east Charlotte area including Matthews, Monroe, Waxhaw, Fort Mill, and more. 

Our area does not currently have a formal Public Relations committee like some larger areas might have, however, we can point you in the right direction for some resources.

The Borderline area is part of the Carolina Region of Narcotics Anonymous. They provide support to their member area’s public relations efforts, act as a conduit of communication between the public (people who might think they have a drug problem & those looking for help), professionals in the addiction and medical fields, public health professionals, Departments of Corrections and more. If you would like to have contact with the Carolina Region, please email or – they will be glad to offer additional information regarding NA to you.

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