If you're a
newcomer and want to
attend a meeting, check the Schedule page for a list of
meetings near you.
The Questions and Answers
page is a great way to get answers to common
questions. You are welcome to attend a meeting
while you are still using nicotine, as long as
you have the desire to quit using nicotine in
check out the Intergroup Events
page, Intergroup page,
Service page and
explore other parts of the Web site.
Especially, check out the
newly updated Service page for a link to a
great new Outreach brochure that you can
download and use to help reach other
still-suffering nicotine addicts. This can be
an easy way to be of service while helping to
grow the fellowship.
The Foundation Of Nicotine
Is Built On The Twelve Steps & Twelve
The Twelve Steps are the heart of our program and encompass the spiritual aspects of our program of recovery. Newcomers are especially encouraged to study, understand and make use of the benefits of the
first three steps. The Steps are a process of self-discovery and a journey toward spiritual peace. Everything in the program is suggested; nothing is required except having the desire to live nicotine free. The fellowship supports recovery, it does not demand it.
As the Twelve Steps provide a spiritual approach to living life in a way that can support ongoing freedom from nicotine, The Twelve Traditions provide a framework for our fellowship, creating a safe space for members to interact with each other in our groups, and guide us in our dealings with other groups and Nicotine Anonymous as a whole.