Nar-Anon Family Groups - for friends and families of addicts

Golden Gate Area: San Francisco and Marin Counties, California

Welcome to the Golden Gate Area of Nar-Anon Family Groups

» top Who is Nar-Anon for?

Is some­one else's drug use driving you crazy?

Do you spend too much time or lie awake at night, wor­ry­ing about some­one who you sus­pect may have a drug prob­lem?

Does some­one you know have un­pre­dict­able ups and downs – often im­pos­si­ble to please?

Are the life style and friends of this per­son changing? Do you ever think they may be using drugs?

Has a fam­ily mem­ber or friend started recovery for sub­stance abuse, but things are not getting back to "normal" like you hoped?

Do you find your­self making ex­cuses, lying or cov­er­ing up for some­one?

Has it become dif­fi­cult to be­lieve his/her ex­pla­na­tions?

Have money, val­u­ables, or house­hold elec­tron­ics gone miss­ing with­out a rea­son­able ex­pla­na­tion?

Do you keep try­ing to make things bet­ter, but noth­ing seems to help?

If you can iden­ti­fy with a few of these ques­tions, you might be able to find help in Nar-Anon.

(Some of the ques­tions above are from Nar-Anon Offers Hope[1].)

» top Recent News

April 24, 2018

First Tues­day - New­com­er's Session
The No­va­to Tues­day Group invites new­com­ers to come a half hour early for an in­tro­duc­tion to Nar-Anon, at 6:30 pm on the first Tues­day of each month (the next meet­ing).

» top What is in this website?

For the sched­ule of meet­ings in our area, see our Meetings page. That also lists any tem­po­rary changes to the meet­ing sched­ule.

We are twelve-step sup­port groups for friends and fam­i­lies of drug ad­dicts and per­sons sus­pect­ed of having chem­i­cal de­pen­den­cy prob­lems. We share our ex­per­i­ence – how we have learned to deal with an­other per­son's sub­stance abuse. For more in­for­ma­tion on who we are, see our About Us page.

We have a Contact-Us page tell­ing how to reach us and a Links page to find re­lat­ed web sites.

» top Mission Statement of Nar-Anon World Service[2]

The Nar-Anon Fam­ily Groups are a world­wide fel­low­ship for those af­fect­ed by some­one else's ad­dic­tion. As a twelve step pro­gram, we offer our help by shar­ing our ex­per­i­ence, strength, and hope.