Welcome to the Borderline Area of Narcotics Anonymous

Our mission is to fulfill our primary purpose of carrying a message of experience, strength and hope to the addict who still suffers. To accomplish this, several NA groups joined to create a structure which develops, coordinates, and maintains services on behalf of the Borderline Area of Narcotics Anonymous as a whole.  This Area includes but is not limited to: Union County, NC, South Charlotte, NC, Fort Mill, SC and surrounding areas.


Groups are meeting in-person, via Zoom, or a hybrid of the two

For virtual or hybrid meetings, download the Zoom app or go to Zoom.us/join

Meeting format is indicated on the right-hand side of the meeting search. You will see “Meets Virtually” or “Meets Virtually and In Person.” If there is no call-out, the meeting is in-person only.  If a group is not listed, it means the group is neither meeting in person nor virtually.

Looking for a virtual meeting outside of the Borderline Area, any time or day? Visit 

New to NA?

Welcome and we want to help. Many of us have been exactly where you are and hope we can help. View this page to find meetings and more about NA.

For Members

In this section you can find meetings, find events, view the calendar, and find ways to be of Service in Narcotics Anonymous.

About Us

Learn more about the Borderline Area Service Committee, what we do, and who does it

This website is for people who might think they might have a drug problem, those who want help because they have admitted they have a drug problem, professionals who want to know more about NA in NC & SC and members of Narcotics Anonymous. Our hope is that this site helps further carry the message that no addict seeking recovery need ever die from the horrors of active addiction. We cannot change the nature of the Addict or Addiction. We can help change the old lie – Once an addict, always an Addict by striving to make recovery through Narcotics Anonymous more available. ( pg 25 NA Basic Text )  

What is Narcotics Anonymous?

Narcotics Anonymous is a global, community-based organization with a multilingual and multicultural membership. Today, NA members hold more than 58,000 meetings weekly in 131 countries. We offer recovery from the effects of addiction through working a twelve-step program, including regular attendance at group meetings. The group atmosphere provides help from peers and offers an ongoing support network for addicts who wish to pursue and maintain a drug-free lifestyle. Additional information about Narcotics Anonymous and a selection of NA literature is available through the NA World Services website at www.na.org.

Check out the Carolina Region of Narcotics Anonymous App

The Carolina Region of Narcotics Anonymous has created an app that features: a full, up-to-date meetings list, a map of meeting locations and driving directions to each meeting, clean time calculator, upcoming Events in the Carolina Region, today's Just For Today, and Contact details (telephone, email and websites) for each of the areas in the Carolina region.