Narcotics Anonymous Meetings in Iowa

Narcotics Anonymous meetings are just as effective as Alcoholics Anonymous. These groups are critical in helping recovering addicts maintain sobriety. Drug Rehab Services provides a comprehensive directory of NA meetings in Iowa. Maintaining a connection to other sober people is vital. We want to help you or your loved one stay sober and live a happy, drug-free life.

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List of NA Meetings in Iowa

Below is a list of the different NA meetings in Iowa. Each listing provides information on the types of services provided and the payment options available. You can also find accreditations and certifications to help you determine if the meeting is trusted and meets your needs. The list can be incomplete so please do not hesitate to contact a treatment specialist at 1-800-304-2219.

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601 2nd Ave SE (enter through alley), Cedar Rapids, IA

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3322 East 25th Street (enter through south west door), Des Moines, IA

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600 North Ridgley Street, Algona, IA

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2826 Myrtle Street, Sioux City, IA

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1166 1/2 Main Street, Dubuque, IA

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1166 1/2 Main Street, Dubuque, IA

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1415 Villa Ave, Sioux City, IA

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1424 27th Street (southeast door), Sioux City, IA

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434 Baltimore Street (basement), Waterloo, IA

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1166 1/2 Main Street, Dubuque, IA

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Yes, individuals and families can find meetings for all addiction types. Alcoholics Anonymous is the most recognized. Other options include Narcotics Anonymous, Cocaine Anonymous, and even Pills Anonymous.

Yes, they have been proven effective for countless people. The primary reason is the ongoing support from and connection with other sober like-minded people. Many recovering addicts have found this type of support effective and practical. However, like any other form of treatment, it is essential to know if it is the right fit for your individual needs.

Yes, family members can attend 12-step meetings, and it is often encouraged. Family members can benefit from attending because they better understand the healing process. In addition, they can also access family support.

No, you are not required to have a sponsor to attend a 12-step meeting. Most meetings are open to anyone who wants to attend, and you would become connected with someone who volunteers to sponsor and guide you through the process.

No, not every peer support group utilizes 12-step methods; this is generally specific to addicts and treating addiction. There are essentially peer support groups for every type of trauma or difficult situation. A group of people comes together to support one another and share similar experiences.

The questions from Addicted.org’s “Ask a Professional” are answered by Michael Leach, CCMA. If you need further clarification on any of the questions above or have any other questions you can contact him directly at [email protected].

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